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Our standard device for locating all metals, ores, meteorites and voids.


Our water detectors utilizing geoelectrical measurement methods to locate underground water resources like fresh water, drinking water or ground water level. By measuring the ground resistivity the water detectors can calculate if potential water resources are located beneath the earth's surface.


Recently we welcomed our longtime distributors Katerina Vardaka and John Karathanasis in our factory in Germany. Both are well known for their reliable cooperation and fair dealings with customers. Beside their business in Athens (Greece) they run another metal detector shop in Sofia (Bulgaria).


One of our esteemed customer detected historic objects with his Rover C II ground scanner in the Middle East. The treasure find contained a beautiful statue, several coins, a bracelet and a bowl which date back to the first centuries B. C..


The professional OKM detectors are especially made for professional usage in archeology and industry.


The cavity detectors are special detectors to locate hidden cavity like caves, grave chambers, voids, tunnels, catacombs, crypts and bunkers.


At certain times, we can offer well priced second hand metal detectors and demonstration units in mint condition.


Like its big brother OKM GeoSeeker, the water and cavity detector OKM GeoSeeker Mini can detect underground water resources to support well builders and drilling companies. The search for fresh drinking water is an essential part of life. With the OKM GeoSeeker Mini we offer a water detector with easy touch operation and maximum penetration depths of up to 100 m (328 ft).


Some of our customer's latest treasure finds demonstrate the versatility of his powerful 3d ground scanner Rover C II. While treasure hunting in Morocco and conducting several measurements, he discovered a significant coin treasure that dates back to the 11th century. The age of the copper coins could be reconstructed because of its inscription "480 Hijri". On another site the treasure hunter was successful in finding several fragments of an old meteorite.


For each of our metal detectors, 3D ground scanner, ground penetrating radars and geoelectrical instruments we are offering the right training. A training course takes place in the OKM headquarter in Germany. During the training, you have the opportunity to ask your questions at any time, so that our trainers can respond to your specific wishes and needs and adapt the training to your individual requirements.



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