Radon Watcher With Well Manager

removes radon and increases water pressure and volume

Removes 96 to 99% of Radon Present in Water

Features | Specifications | Warranty | Brochure

Already leading the industry in low-yield well solutions, Well Manager has partnered with Radon Environmental to introduce the first low-yield system that integrates a radon mitigation process able to remove 96-99% of radon present in well water. The energy consumption of this patented design uses approximately that of a standard 60W light bulb. Combined with the power of Well Manager’s low-yield solutions, the Radon Watcher protects your family from the harmful effects of radon found in your well water. 

Our Radon Watcher is the only radon mitigation system that works in tandem with your low-yield system, providing radon-free, boosted water pressure throughout your home.

In addition to mitigating radon from your water, the Radon Watcher also removes methane and sulfur, including the associated smell! No more rotten egg smell from your sulfur water!

Radon Watcher Equipment

Radon gas remediation is the only way to ensure that your family is protected. Injecting air directly into the water strips previously trapped gasses. This process of aeration is one of the most straight-forward and chemical-free methods for removing radon and other harmful contaminants from the water.

Radon Watcher Features

This is a complete turnkey system that is backed by over 30 years of water experience.

Here’s a brief look at some of the critical features of the Radon Watcher system:

  • 96-99% radon reduction
  • Comes complete and ready to install
  • Performs methane and sulfur mitigation in addition to radon mitigation
  • Is virtually maintenance free
  • It boasts a compact size and is easy to maneuver into place
  • The unit works with existing filtration or water conditioning equipment
  • It also increases house water pressure and volume
  • Will never over pump your well again when purchased for a low-yield well
  • Purchased from a company that has a proven track record of quality products and great customer service
Weight 300 lbs
Length 45 inches
Width 26 inches
Height 74 inches
Horsepower 1/2 hp
Voltage 120
Max Amps 11
Hertz 60
Max Flow Rate 10 gpm
Min. Incoming Pressure n/a
Max. Output Pressure 50-70 psi / 60 psi constant
Gallons Per Minute 10 gpm
Inlet Diameter 1 inch
Outlet Diameter 1 inch


This product is warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase. Individual components may be warranted by each component manufacturer for periods longer than one year.

Well Manager’s “Got Radon in Your Water?” Brochure
Scan of the Water Radon Mitigation Radon Watcher Brochure

Still Have Questions?

Our experts are ready to answer any questions you have about our well management systems. Get in touch and let us know how we can help:

Phone: 800-211-8070

or use our Get Water Help Form

A representative from Well Manager will respond in a timely manner. 

Learn More About Radon In Well Water, Its Remediation, And Our Radon Watcher Product

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Radon Gas and Its Impact on Human Health

Radon is a radioactive gas that is odorless and invisible to the naked eye. This naturally occurring substance is easily inhaled and considered a hazard to human health. Radon is the byproduct of the decay of radium and is most commonly found in basements and water sources, depending on geographic location. Radon has been linked to incidents of lung cancer in those that have been exposed to the substance and is the second-leading cause of lung cancer after tobacco smoking. According to EPA estimates, in individuals who have not smoked cigarettes or other forms of combustible tobacco, radon is the leading cause of lung cancer.

Unfortunately, concentrations of ground-based radon are at their highest in large portions of the northeastern United States and Midwest. Other regions within the country also have high concentrations, including along the Appalachian Trail and the northern parts of the continental United States. Homeowners that have basements and/or wells need to be especially cautious when it comes to radon, depending on their regional location.

Due to the prevalence of this hazardous gas and its potential impacts on human health, it is vital that homeowners take the right steps to protect themselves and their loved ones. If your home utilizes a well for your water, Well Manager has the answer to radon reduction in your water source.

Competitor Radon Well Water Mitigation Systems

Although some of our competitors now offer radon well water mitigation systems, they lack a key component in their product, management of their water system. The radon mitigation systems they offer do not protect your well from over pumping.

Other companies provide a radon mitigation system that works with a low-yield well water system. This means that if you need to boost your water volume and pressure while making sure it’s radon free, you’d need multiple systems.

With the Radon Watcher from Well Manager, one system boost your water volume and pressure AND mitigates radon from your water supply!

Radon Remediation with Well Manager

Well Manager has integrated Radon Environmental’s state-of-the-art Airwell radon reduction system into our Well Manager system. Now, you can conveniently add a Well Manager system to boost your water pressure and volume, while also ensuring the water you use is free from hazardous radon gasses.

The Airwell technology introduces aeration during the water collection process before it reaches your home. The gasses present are stripped from the water and carried up through an installed vent pipe, which releases radon gas and other harmful gasses into the atmosphere outside your home. The entire process is hands-free and does not adversely affect the well water in any way. Additionally, the Well Manager Radon Watcher also removes methane and sulfur iron from your water supply.

Radon Well Water Remediation

To ensure the health and safety of your home’s occupants, a radon well water remediation system is essential to prevent exposure to radon and other harmful elements that can be present in your well water. Our Well Manager system with built-in Airwell radon mitigation is the only system on the market that boosts water pressure and volume from low yield wells, as well as ensures hazardous gasses are eliminated from the water you use on a daily basis.

Our unit is affordable too! With it, you can avoid the excessive radon mitigation costs that come with carbon-based systems and the yearly expense of filter replacement.

Radon Gas Remediation

Mitigation of radon gas from your well water is a way to take steps to protect your family against harmful radon gas. By injecting air directly into the well water, previously trapped gasses are allowed to escape outside the home. This process of aeration is one of the most straight-forward and chemically free methods for removing radon and other harmful contaminants from your water.

Airwell’s patented design eliminates 96-99% of radon from well water. Airwell, combined with the power of Well Manager’s low-yield well water solutions, provides the ultimate security for any home that utilizes a well for their water supply.

Homeowners will discover that the cost of radon mitigation is surprisingly affordable. Available NOW from Well Manager.
Get a quote!

"The main difference with the Well Manager is water pressure. We get more pressure with longer use of water from many outlets."

Joe B. Stevens
Sourland Mountains, New Jersey

Background: A large home under ten years old. Wells in the neighborhood were suffering.

"Before Well Manager, we couldn't run the dishwasher and the washer at the same time! Now, we can wash clothes, run the dishwasher and have plenty of water! We even installed a sprinkler system for our lawn. This has been possible only with the Well Manager."

John E. Warren
Northern New Jersey

Background: Tom lives in an area notorious for poor wells. The neighbors run out of water if they are not careful.

"Under heavy demand, the well would run dry. The recharge rate is 1/2gpm. The Well Manager provides all the water that we need daily and always has lots of extra water on hand. our tanks are usually always full."

Thomas Thompson
Binghamton, New York

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