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FAQ’s About Metal Detectors
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In short, yes, because gold is a metal, and metal detectors can detect any metal,
whether ferrous or non-ferrous. There are also devices that contain
special features for detecting gold in particular.
Metal detectors can be classified according to several classifications,
and most popular classification is according to the search system
or search technology in the device, and classified into the following types:
1 – Electromagnetic metal detectors
2 – 3D imaging system
3 – Long-Range metal detectors
You can review the following article to learn more: Types of Metal Detectors
The 3D imaging metal detectors are the most accurate in their results when searching for metals.
These devices give a three-dimensional image representing the structure
of the ground scanned by the measurement probe. It is easy to know
the depth and position of the target buried accurately through a special
application or program installed on a tablet or computer undled usually with these devices.
The maximum depth that a metal or gold detector can detect depends on
several factors, including the type of the device’s search system.
For example, the maximum depth of electromagnetic devices is about 2-3 meters,
while up in the long-range devices to 30 – 40 m and in the 3D imaging metal detectors about 20 – 25 meters.
Knowing that the maximum depth of the discovery of any target depends on
the length of burial of the object, its orientation, its size and dimensions, type of metal and several other factors.
The idea of a metal detector was invented by inventor Alexander Graham Bell
(inventor of the telephone) in 1881.
The first metal detector, in its current form, was designed in 1925 by Gerhard Fischer,
the founder of the US company Fisher Labs, which was put up for sale in 1931.
The metal detectors are operated according to one of the two search technologies using a search coil that contains electrical coils.
The first technology is called very low frequency or VLF, here two coils are used, one search coil to transmit electromagnetic signals and another to receive signals reflected from the buried target.
The second technology is Pulse Induction and uses one coil to send electromagnetic impulses to the ground and then receiving the reflected signal.
Yes , it can detect all types of metallic objects including non-ferrous metal
such as Iron, Steel and non-ferrous metal like Silver, Gold, Platinum, Copper …
In most countries, metal detector user may be in violation of the law if artifacts are recovered during metal detecting
, or if archaeological sites are disturbed during metal detecting activities.
Artifacts and archaeological sites on federal, state, and local jurisdiction-controlled properties are protected by law.
In some countries it is illegal completely to buy a metal detector, and in some countries, it is allowed to use
but with need for permission of land owner.
see your lawyer for laws in your country about metal detection