TREASURE DETECTORS

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Treasure detectors are considered as members of the general metal detectors category. Treasure detectorss the general name used for detectors capable of spotting and identifying gold, bronze, silver, and copper masses, as well as hollow structures in depth. As noted earlier, there are detectors of distinct types and uses. Treasure scanners are also included in the general category of "detectors". However, treasure detectors not only are sensitive towards metals and able to spot the target, but also thanks to a "gap" function provided in some of the high-end Treasure Devices, can discriminate the variations in the soil underneath.

This feature makes these devices special. Ability to discriminate variations in the structures below, spotting passages, holes, wells, soil chambers, tunnels, or streams, and the function to report these to the user, make these detectors unmatched.

Each detector has its strengths in its own segment. The user should establish his/her requirements well, and choose the person or firm to provide required support.



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