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A field test about the 'Rover UC' metal detector and 3d ground scanner written by Andy Sabisch in the 'Lost Treasure' magazine.


A small team from OKM has been asked to search for a lost Nazi treasure. According to the initiator of the treasure hunt some art treasures from a nearby lime works are buried in a forrest.


An exciting adventure of the OKM treasure hunting team searching for the hidden gold of the guerillas.


POWER, the HELUKABEL Group customer magazine, has published an informative article about OKM from Altenburg, Germany. The main topic of this report is the geophysical water detector GeoSeeker, that is used by well drillers to detect underground deposits of fresh water.


Mexico is well known for its hidden treasures. Besides the famous ruins of Tenochtitla, an ancient aztec-city, or Chichen-Itza, a historic mayan-city, there are a lot of gold and silver treasures buried deep under the Mexican ground. The search for the lost treasures was a big adventure for one of our customers too, which was worth the trouble. The treasure hunter detected an ancient treasure chest with valuable contents by using the eXp 4000 ground scanner and 3d metal detector. The coin treasure which was hidden in the chest has been detected in a depth of about 1.5 meters. A highlight for every treasure hunter.


A company profile about OKM GmbH from Germany written by Andy Sabisch for the Lost Treasure Magazine.


Report about finding a lost Nazi gold cache in Greece.


In June 2000 our general manager Mr. Krauß introduced one of his new 3d ground scanners at a treasure hunters meeting in Germany. The Future 2001 (as the metal detector was named) has also been demonstrated in a live field test, that was observed by German television. All interested treasure hunters, gold seekers and archaeologists took the opportunity to get as much information as possible about the new metal detecting device, which is also able to visualize the measure values of the scanned underground in graphical 3d representations.


The news channel EuroNews reported that a French archaeologist, who was using a Rover C II discovered a new underground chamber in the Incan city of Machu Picchu in Peru.


Report about an amazing gold treasure from World War II in Greece.



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