Reviews for All Pulse Induction (PI) Metal Detectors

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Pulse Induction Metal Detector Reviews

The main chracteristic of PI metal detectors is their ability to ignore both nonconductive and conductive mineralization in the environment simultaneously while maintaining high sensitivity to all metal targets. The Pulse Induction detectors are not affected by highly mineralized salt water, coral, rocks with a high iron content, or magnetic (black) sand - all of which drive conventional detectors crazy.

Another main feature of pulse detectors is that their detection range is unaffected by the medium between the metal detector and the metal target. Performance does not change whether detecting through air, water, silt, sand, or solid coral.

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