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Rockpile Detector/Coil Question

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13 years 10 months ago #1354 by Gollum
Rockpile Detector/Coil Question was created by Gollum
Hey Folks,

Some of the places I am researching are covered in large rockpiles. So far, I have been using a small Joey coil on my SD2000. It is still too large to fit in many of the deep crevices. What I need though, is something like a LARGE pinpoint probe, with a detecting radius of about 18-24 inches in diameter. The piece needs to be about 4-6 feet in length, in order to get down deep in the crevices.

My question is; Is there anything currently on the market that would work as a coil for the SD2000, or even as a standalone device (like a big pinpoint probe). I know about Pole Magnetometers, but don't want to spend that kind of money.

I know about the Coiltek cl130P. It may work, but I don't know what the detecting radius is though. I could cobble up an extension if I needed longer than 30 inches.



Any Ideas?

Best,

Mike

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