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NEL Coils for Metal Detectors

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15 Item(s)

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There are several type NEL-Coils available from small to large, for different purposes, different ground composition and personal preference. The Nel coils are fully submersible, body is filled with epoxy resin and additionally has a black protective coating that is used for the protection of marine boats, making it possible to use the coil without coil cover.

  • NEL Sharp: small, circle, 5 inch (13cm) in diameter, 250g. The Sharp Coil is designed to search on land heavily littered with iron, and other debris. The shape of the coil helps to separate nonferrous metal from iron. The coil is light and has excellent manoeuvrability, it is recommended for use on the beach, foundations of destroyed buildings, attics, and walls of abandoned houses, wells and tunnels. The coil has good sensitivity to large, medium and especially small targets. Very easy to use and excellent pinpointing targets. It is recommended as an additional coil.
  • NEL Sharpshooter: oval, 9,5 inch x 5,5 inch (24 cm x 14 cm) 350g. The Sharpshooter coil is designed to search on land heavily littered with iron and other debris. The shape of the coil helps to separate non-ferrous metal from iron. The coil is light and has excellent manoeuvrability, it is recommended for use on the beach, foundations of destroyed buildings, settlements littered with debris. The coil has good sensitivity to large, medium and especially small targets. It is recommended as an additional coil.
  • NEL Hunter: oval, greater depth, 12,5 inch x 8,5 inch (31,7 cm x 22 cm) 450g. The Hunter coil is designed to search on land heavily littered with iron. The coil is unusually light for its size, only 490 g, which makes it easy to searching for a whole day. The coil has excellent manoeuvrability and sensitivity to large, medium and small targets especially on land heavily littered with iron such as habitation sites, beaches and parks. The coil is superior to standard coil in depth by 5%- 30% (depending on the model of the metal detector) and in ground coverage of between 25%- 50% (depending on the model of the metal detector). It is recommended as a replacement for standard coils.
  • NEL Tornado: almost round, greater depth, 12 inch x 13 inch (30,5 cm x 33 cm) 560g. Tornado is the most famous NEL coil. It is “golden” in finding coins, treasures and artefacts in the field of military battles in any territory. The coil is unusually light for its size, which makes it easy to search for a whole day. Working with a slow swing weigh less than 1g as well. The coil is superior to standard coil in depth by 18% - 40% (depending on the model of the metal detector). It is recommended as a replacement coil. The Tornado Nel coil copes excellent with high and medium soil salinity.
  • NELAttack 15 inch x 15 inch (38 cm x 38 cm) 720g. Nel Attack Coil is excellent for finding large targets as well as for small targets which weigh 1g and more at 25 cm deep. This coil is superior to standard coil in depth by 25%- 50% (depending on the model of the metal detector) and in ground coverage of between 50% - 80% (depending on the model of the metal detector). The Nel Attack coil is recommended for use in open terrain. The Attack coil copes excellently with high and medium soil salinity.
  • NEL BIG 15 inch x 17 inch (38 cm x 45,7 cm) 920g. Nel Big Coil is recommended to use as a coil for deep searching. Coil is excellent for finding large targets as well as for a small targets which are 1g and more at 25 cm depth. This coil is superior to standard coil in depth by 30% - 60% (depending on the model of metal detector) and in ground coverage of between 50% - 80% (depending on the model of the metal detector). The Nel Big Coil is recommended for use in open terrain. The Big coil copes excellently with high and medium soil salinity.

 

 

 

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