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An ancient wine cellar has been located on an old french castle by using the geophysical instrument Grailfinder. This old cave which is estimated from the 15th century by experts and so has an unexpected high historical value, has been located in a depth of 21 meters. Planete Detection IDS has led this professional underground research and located the entrance of this void. By presence of the first french channel TF1 they demonstrated the metal detector Grailfinder, found the cellar and finally went down with the cameramen and discovered 4 big rooms. "It was just wonderful!" so IDS.
A sensational discovery has been made by hobby archeologists in an area of the former Ottoman Empire. With the metal detector Walkabout Deluxe, comparable with the current detector Rover Deluxe, a golden wreath (crown) has been located. The metal detectorists confirmed that next to the crown much more items has beed found. However the golden wreath is the most valuable relict of the dig. Because of the integrated metal discrimination they could find out that the located object was made of gold.
Introduction and Field Test about the Grailfinder in the French treasure hunting magazine "Le Prospecteur".
Because meteorites consists mainly of silicate minerals or iron nickel alloy they can be located by using a metal detector. With the Localizer 3000 such a small piece of meteorite has been found.
This piece of copper rock was found with the metal detector Rover Deluxe. The user informed us that he located the copper rock in a depth of 50 cm, with the Rover Deluxe and its activated discriminator.
By using the metal detector Walkabout Deluxe, comparable with the current device Rover Deluxe, a collection of Byzantine coins has been discovered. The coins were in an excellent condition because they were embedded in a small pottery.
Gold panning is the process of extracting gold from placer deposits. For gold seekers, prospectors and miners this technique is one of the cheapest and simplest methods to get the gold out of the ground. The goal of this panning process is to separate the gold from the sand and gravel mixture of the river bed material. This technique was also used in several of the big gold rushes in North America (e.g. Klondike).
Some of our 3d ground scanners transfer recorded measure values by using an usb cable. Therefor it is necessary to install appropriate usb cable drivers that can be downloaded here.
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