How to solve the mineralization reaction？
About the mineralization reaction, I checked the encyclopedia, and the metal buried in the underground is detected by thick soil. It is bound to be influenced by the geological structure. There are all kinds of minerals in the strata. They will also produce signals for metal detection. Some mineral signals will hide the signals of metal and cause the illusion. People who used old metal detectors have this experience. With the probe approaching the earth heap, stones and bricks, they will send out alarm sounds, which is called "mineralization reaction". ]
When we are still using the old underground metal detectors, the most hate problem is the impact of the ground, why, because of changes in the old underground treasure ground plate and the metal detector distance will lead to the change of the instrument signal caused by this situation, when the detection plate encountered uneven ground, the change is even greater, the searchers heard everywhere signal sound, don't know where is the real buried metal, in fact, this phenomenon is called the mineralization reaction caused by mineralization reaction is due to a variety of soil minerals and the instrument signal constitutes a complex where soil mineralization, the response was very strong, it caused the larger signal than the metal signal, this time the searchers will be difficult to judge the accuracy of the azimuth signal.
Suzhou aoteng electronic according to this kind of phenomenon developed underground metal detector AT6068, the instrument is a new generation of metal detector based on minimum technical research, AT6068 metal detector has a greater depth of detection and accurate recognition ability, is a professional type super depth detector, detecting operation is especially suitable for deep.
AT6068 metal detector is arranged in the horizontal transverse line, influence, can overcome all the mineralization reaction only in the detection signal will be issued when the metal plate encountered, thereby greatly improving the detection depth and accuracy