OUR MAIN GOAL IS TO FIND AND HELP RECOVER POSSIBLE TREASURE ON YOUR PROPERTY.
ARCHEOLOGY, SINK HOLES IN FLORIDA AND OTHER STATES,
CAVES DETECTION, LOST PROPERTY FINDINGS, MAP DOWSING
WE HAVE HELPED HUNDREDS OF PROPERTY OWNERS IN PROJECTS INVOLVED IN TREASURE SEARCH AND RECOVERY.
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE.
TOP PROFESSIONALS IN THE FIELD OF TREASURE SEARCH AND RECOVERY.
THE BEST ON LAND EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE.
PROFESSIONAL APPROACH TO EVERY PROJECT.
100% PRIVACY ASSURED - WE DO NOT SHARE ANY INFORMATION ON PROPERTY OWNERS WITH ANYONE.
DUE TO GOOD FINDINGS HISTORY WE HAVE BEEN HIRED BY MANY INVESTORS AND CORPORATIONS NEEDED OUR SERVICES.
GROUND PENETRATING RADAR - GPR,
COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR GPR,
COMPUTER DATA ANALYSES FROM GPR
LONG RANGE LOCATORS,
DOWSING OF MAPS BY PROFESSIONAL MAP DOWSERS,
COMPUTER GENERATED MAPS AND DIGITAL IMAGES FROM GPS
OUR MOST FAMOUS EQUIPMENT WE USE IS GROUND PENETRATING RADAR SYSTEM
Ground penetrating radar (GPR, sometimes called ground
probing radar, georadar, subsurface radar, earth sounding radar or
terrestre penetrant") is a noninvasive electromagnetic geophysical
for subsurface exploration, characterization and monitoring
It is widely used in locating lost utilities, environmental site
and monitoring, agriculture, archaeological and forensic investigation,
unexploded ordnance and land mine detection, groundwater, pavement and
infrastructure characterization, mining, ice sounding, permafrost,
cave and tunnel detection, sinkholes, subsidence, karst, and a host of
other applications. It may be deployed from the surface by hand
vehicle, in boreholes, between boreholes, from aircraft and from
It has the highest resolution of any geophysical method for imaging the
subsurface, with centimeter scale resolution sometimes possible.
Resolution is controlled by wavelength of the propagating electromagnetic wave in the ground. Resolution increases with increasing frequency (shorter wavelength). Depth of investigation varies from less than one meter in mineralogical clay soils like montmorillonite to more than 5,400 meters in polar ice. Depth of investigation increases with decreasing frequency but with decreasing resolution. Typical depths of investigation in fresh-water saturated, clay free sands are about 30 meters. Depths of investigation (and resolution) are controlled by electrical properties through conduction losses, dielectric relaxation in water, electrochemical reactions at the mineralogical clay water interface, scattering losses, and (rarely) magnetic relaxation losses in iron bearing minerals. Scattering losses are the result of spatial scales of heterogeneity approaching the size of the wavelength in the ground (like the difference between an ice cube and a snowball in scattering visible light). Delectability of objects in the ground depends upon their size, shape, and orientation relative to the antenna, contrast with the host medium, as well as radio frequency noise and interference's. This is representative but greatly oversimplified: see tutorial.