If you have From Fisher Labs, ITC is proud to offer both the M-101 and M-97 metal detecting devices. Both are specifically designed to find reinforcing bars and other metal objects embedded conduits, PK nails, wiring, wall studs and other metallic objects.
In addition, the M-101 also can effectively locate small metal items carried on a person and is even more sensitive than the average metal detectors used at airports. Both are affordable and simple to use while providing maximum performance. Click on the links below for more information on the metal detectors we offer. If you have questions or we can assist you in any way, please call ITC at 800-519-1998.
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M-101 Metal Detector
The Fisher M-101 metal detector was designed specifically for finding reinforcing bars and other metal objects embedded in concrete, conduits, PK nails, wiring, wall studs and other metallic objects. Users may expect accuracy to 1/4" of the centerline of the rebar. Turn the instrument on and only the penetration control need be adjusted for most operations, allowing maximum penetration depth for metals.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
M-97 Metal Detector
The Fisher M-97 is designed for finding buried or paved over valves, boxes, or manhole covers, and any other metallic objects. With its easy design, the Fisher M-97 features push button tuning for reliable pinpointing as well as a manual sensitivity selector and ground balance controls for optimal performance. The M-97 is tough metal detector, but simple to use. At an afforable price, you can count on the M-97 providing the maximum performance you need.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Ferrous Metal Detector
Valve and manhole covers are often lost after ground work activities, re-surfacing or after heavy snow falls. Buried boundary markers can also be difficult to find.
Most of these items are manufactured using magnetic or ferrous materials. These can be detected using the VM-880. As it detects only ferrous materials, aluminum cans, bottle caps, etc. are rejected.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION