Find Buried PVC/PE Pipes Using GPS & Advanced Digital Patented Technology

AML Pro & AML+The All-New AML PRO™ & AML+™ Series “All Material Locators” are scientific instruments that utilize ultra-high radio frequencies to find differences in subsurface densities. This offers the best method for locating PVC & PE pipes and nearly any other subsurface object that has an edge. The AML will locate subsurface materials indiscriminately – plastic, metal, wood, cable or pipe. Unlike the deficiencies of GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar), the AML will work in clay, wet soil, snow or even standing water. Lightweight and durable ABS housing construction, advanced microprocessor intelligence technology, USB and headphones connectivity, and a high arrange of sensitivity levels to eliminate any unwanted and inaccurate readings, are some of the features that make the AML Series the trusted and proven All Material Locators through out the world.

 

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