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Compact device which is suitable for the location of voids.


OKM Emirates and GDI Trading were participating at the annual Builders Pavilion in Lebanon from 24th - 27th August 2017.


Our 3D software is designed in that way, that even less experienced users can work with it. Often it is not sufficient to know that an hidden object has been located. For further plans to recover these objects the determination of the exact position and depth is necessary - no problem with our software.


Those antique objects have been found by a treasure hunter in Lebanon with the OKM ground scanner eXp 5000. This historical find contained different miniature statues of a size of 15 – 25 cm, as well as several coins and rings with inscription. These artifacts are probably from the 17th or 18th century. At this time the today's Lebanon still belonged to the former Ottoman Empire. Elaborations are not known.


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The OKM Gold Labor Au 79 is a supportive and handy tool for gold seekers, miners and prospectors to determine the gold content of placers and minerals. In some easy steps you fill in your sample, start your measurement and read the results. You simply follow the instructions on the detector's screen and at the end you know how many grams per tonne of gold your sample consists of. This gives a good indication whether the place is worth for gold panning or not.


Geoelectric methods are used to explore groundwater resources. These methods are also applied in engineering geology and archeological investigations for the detection of caves, voids, caverns, fractured zones and metallic objects.


Beneath historic foundations of an old church in north west of Iran a wonderful treasure has been detected with OKM's long range gold detector Bionic X4.


A treasure hunter found this metal object with his Evolution 3d ground scanner, which is used for the search of precious metals like gold and silver. The hunter did not give any information about where the item was found, the possible age or the intended use of the artifact. Supposedly it's a sort of musical instrument, probably a double-rattle. There are similarities with a Brazilian percussion instrument called "caxixi" which is usually made of rattan. The treasure is made of two hollow pieces, each similar to an egg. They are connected with a curved metal handle. A seal on one of the "eggs" can be an indication that the cavity is maybe filled with little stones or beads. A band wrapped around the handle is probably added for better handling (bearing area for the thumb).


An amateur actress uncovered the entrance to a 500-year-old secret chamber, which had been hidden for centuries, when she accidentally stamped her shoe through one of the floor tiles at St. Mary's Church, in Redgrave, Suffolk. Just weeks before, a geophysicist had used state-of-the-art ground scan detectors (eXp 4000, Rover C II) to locate the long-forgotten vault. There was just one last thing to do ... finding the entrance.



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