Zircon end-users really appreciate that they can call or email us with their questions and quickly get answers from someone who really knows the products very well. One day when I was covering a shift on Zircon’s end-user help desk, I got a call from the crew who were building the Devil’s Slide tunnel.
They were having trouble using the Zircon MT6 to locate rebar in the ceilings of the mechanical room. They needed to miss the rebar to install ventilation. The problem was that the tool seemed to indicate metal everywhere.
Because Devil’s Slide is such a large infrastructure project, and in earthquake country, a massive amount of steel exists compared to a typical concrete wall or floor. I decided to go to the site to see if I could help them. Please see photos and captions for the solution we found.
The Devil’s Slide project is a great example of showcasing the ease of use, functionality, and performance of Zircon’s tools. Whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer or a professional tool user, we’re happy to answer your Zircon tool questions. Please also follow us @zircontools or like us on Facebook,.
Published by Kurt Stauss
One of Zircon’s long-time consultants, Kurt Stauss works with the pros who need and use Zircon tools on the job. A seasoned tool and industry expert, Kurt travels across the globe to demonstrate how Zircon tools is the solution to everyday problems.
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