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This video gives a short introduction for the gold detector Gold Labor Au 79, which is used to determine the gold content of a soil sample. So it is a very helpful tool for gold seekers, prospectors and even gold miners for small scaled mining projects. It's also a meaningful supplement to the gold panning process.
An ambitious treasure hunter found an ancient silver ingot in China with his OKM Rover UC. With his powerful 3D detector he located the valuable target in 5 meters depth. The object is a 500 year old sycee which was a former currency used in China since the 3rd century BC until the 20th century AD.
About 300 pieces of these valuable precious coins have been found by a lucky Iranian treasure hunter. The coins have been located near Zanjan, about 300 km from Tehran, Iran. The Rover UC gold detector detected this hoard of coins in a depth of approx. 4.70 m under the ground.
The VLF emitters influence metal objects under the ground that you are able to detect it much better.
Both, OKM GeoSeeker and OKM GeoSeeker Mini, are geoelectrical detectors used to detect underground water deposits and hidden cavities. In this comparison matrix we show you the differences between both detectors. This will help you to decide which one is best suited for your tasks of finding fresh water or hidden caves and tunnels.
Our water detector OKM GeoSeeker, that we handed over in December 2017 to "Aktion Pro Afrika e.V.", a nonprofit organization, has arrived in Mali and already provides successful measurement results during the search for underground water resources. Thanks to OKM GeoSeeker and its deep water detection technology, the water scarcity in Africa is a thing of the past.
A treasure hunter from Iran detected a fabulous treasure by using his long-range gold detector Bionic X4. He recovered a hoard of gold and silver coins, that were buried in about 1.10 m (3.6 ft) under the ground surface. The first detection signal received by the treasure hunter came from a distance of about 400 meters (1312 feet).
This complete instruction video consists of seven chapters to explain the usage of the geoelectrical water and cavity detector GeoSeeker from OKM. Even after watching this video instructions, we encourage you to read the user's manual as well.
This is part 7 of a series of 7 video tutorials about the geoelectrical water and cavity detector GeoSeeker from OKM. Even after watching this video instructions, we encourage you to read the user's manual as well.
This is part 6 of a series of 7 video tutorials about the geoelectrical water and cavity detector GeoSeeker from OKM. Even after watching this video instructions, we encourage you to read the user's manual as well.
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