Dreamfinder Detection offers specialized detecting equipment for the research of relics, antiques, metal objects and lost war material. You don’t have to live in areas of historic military battlefields to be a relic hunter as relics can include virtually anything ranging from everyday household items to mining equipment, military gear, wagon parts, knifes, cannon balls and so on. Anywhere – and that means anywhere – people have been, lost relics are just waiting for detectorists to find, recover and preserve their story. Nevertheless we also offer professional detecting instruments to locate underground tunnels, galleries, bunkers, shafts, running trenches or metal items like crashed airplane parts or wrecks.
Please take a look at these professional detectors and ground scanners from OKM and contact us for any questions or to get your individual offer:
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eXp 4500 is the newest treasure detector from OKM. This unique combination of technologies beats all records regarding performance and easy handling for every user (professionals or beginners).
The 3d ground scanner eXp 5000 is the highest performing 3d metal detector of its kind. It offers high resolution 3d scans of the underground and has superlative detection technology integrated such as live streaming, multi sensors, video eye wear or GPS navigation.
The Black Hawk is a powerful metal detector for finding all type of metals and relics under the ground. With the 150x150cm deep search coil you can detect the larger and deeper metal objects.
The Evolution can be used to easily locate metal objects in a depth range up to 8m. Find artifacts, war material or antiques quick and effective with this unit. The Evolution has a touch screen display, bluetooth data transmission and a telescopic antenna.
The Rover C is the most basic and so most easy to use 3d ground scanner. Anyway, it is very effective for detecting metallic objects in low and high depth. With a configured tablet PC with 3d software you can easily determine position, approx. size and depth of metal objects and see them in a three-dimensional graphic.
The Future I-160 offers 3d ground scans of high definition with professional analysis in a 3d software program. The Future I-160 has been used in various metal detecting projects such as the discovery of the hurricane fighter plane crashed during WWII in London, the excavation of the crashed Mosquito aircraft and numerous war material near Norfolk, UK or the World War I dugout located near to Ypres in Belgium.