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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.


Today 3 people from our Turkish distributor DEPAR took part on an intensive training course to learn advanced operating techniques about our 3d ground scanners, metal detectors and ground penetrating radars. Furthermore they were taught how to interpret 3d scan images. Thus they are able to support Turkish customers with manufacturers knowledge.


In 2010 the eXp 5000 again shows its agility for being a truly professional detector. During a customer training in Sulaymania, Iraq, a mummified cat was found. This discovery was found at a depth of about 1.5 m. In addition to the mummified animal a few coins were discovered.


On 13th June 2017 our General Manager Andreas Krauss joined the invitation of the Bundesforum Mittelstand and took part to the 5th Foreign Trade Day in Cottbus. In addition to specialist lectures on the subject of cross-border cooperation, we took this opportunity to present our water detector GeoSeeker to the participants, which is used to locate underground water deposits.


Why should you buy a metal detector from OKM? There are a lot of good reasons, here are a few:


An incredible discovery has been made with the Future I-160 in the city of London, near to Buckingham Palace! With presence of pilot Sgt. Ray Holmes scientist Malcolm Weale, managing director of Geofizz LTD., discovered the engine of a hurricane fighter plane crashed during the Second World War. Channel Five programme reported live that Malcolm's geophysical measuring instrument was so accurate that the hole dug for the crashed plane was not even one foot out.



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