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White Coloured Coils

Post  the-A-man on Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:14 pm


Can anyone tell me if they use a white coloured coil such as a minelab coil or nugget tech coil instead of a darker colour because they find it works better?

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Re: White Coloured Coils

Post  peterinaust on Mon Jun 09, 2014 5:30 pm

Razorback has a white coil, keeps cooler. Not sure of any others.

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RE: White colored coils

Post  the-A-man on Mon Jun 09, 2014 5:59 pm

How do you know it runs cooler? By external coil temp?

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Re: White Coloured Coils

Post  peterinaust on Mon Jun 09, 2014 6:12 pm

Only going with a dark colour against a light colour in the sun. Not sure of all the facts in it.

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Re: White Coloured Coils

Post  the-A-man on Mon Jun 09, 2014 6:16 pm

peterinaust wrote:Only going with a dark colour against a light colour in the sun. Not sure of all the facts in it.

I have heard the same,just wondering if had any personal exerience?

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Re: White Coloured Coils

Post  peterinaust on Mon Jun 09, 2014 6:38 pm

This is were I got it. But have read more about it.




This 9 x 14 is one of the new Razorback coils that is designed for the White's TDI series detectors. The line is called the Razorback Australian "Longreach" TDI series. These coils have 5 foot cables, setback shaft connection ears, advanced shielding, and available in white only for better heat protection. Tests have shown that these coils are very stable and sensitive over the tough soils encountered in Australia. Weight with cable 1 lb. 2 oz..

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