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Part Number: 58594 UPC:Weight: 2



• Automatically differentiates between magnetic metal (such as rebar) and non-magnetic metal (such as copper pipe)

• Shows the depth of metal from the surface in both inches and centimeters

• Easy-to-read LCD screen identifies the location of metal objects to the nearest inch and depth to the nearest 1/2 inch (13 mm)

• Helps map out the grid of metal through any nonmetallic construction material, including concrete, tile, and marble

• Indicates when you are approaching a metal object with a large plus (+) sign on the display. When the plus becomes a minus (-), you have crossed over the target and are now moving away.

• Locates both ferrous and non-ferrous metal up to 6 inches deep in concrete and other non-metallic surfaces

• Differentiates between ferrous and non-ferrous metal targets and indicates the target depth in inches and centimeters


• Dimensions: 8.87" H x 3.84" W x 2.23" D (225 mm x 98 mm x 57 mm)

• Weight: 10.1 oz (286 g) without battery

• Battery Type: 9V Alkaline (Not included)

• Positition Accuracy: Center of #4 (1/2") rebar or 1/2" (13 mm) copper pipe at a minimum grid spacing of 6" (152 mm) typically within 1/2" (13 mm)

• Depth: Up to 6" (152 mm) ± 1" (25 mm)

• Operating Temperature: 20° to 120°F (-7° to 49°C)

• Storage Temperature: -20° to 150°F (-29° to 66°C)

• Humidity: 80% RH (noncondensing)

• Water Resistance: Splash and water resistant, not waterproof


• Find metal in concrete before coring. 

• Find metal studs. 

• Find conduit. 

• Find copper piping. 

• Find electrical lines. 

• Find rebar. 

• Find telephone lines. 

• Find cable lines. 

• Find metal electrical boxes. 

• Find inner wall exhaust vents. 

• Find inner wall ducting. 

• Security searches. 

• Medical metal detection. 

• Find nails in studs on lath & plaster walls. 

• Scan for nails in used lumber. 

• Scan trees before milling. 

• Differentiate between wood and metal studs. 

• Find survey markers. 

• Trace metallic sprinkler pipes. 

• Locate metal on archaeological digs. 

• Find termite traps and sprinkler boxes (tagged with metal). 

• Trace underground wiring. 

• Find tension cables before drilling/cutting. 

• Find metal radiant heating pipes and cables. 

• Find metal plumbing pipes in concrete/dirt.

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