The American Society of Civil Engineers has been reviewing how the new high-tech metal detector could be used in the U.S. It’s not clear how it will be operated, but it is expected to detect ferrous and non-ferrous metals, including lead, chromium and zinc.
The new detector will measure levels of various metals that are present in the environment, including in the air, water, soil and in soil that is contaminated with lead, copper, zinc and chromium.
The new technology is being developed by a private company called M-Lab, which specializes in detecting lead and copper.
M-lab has developed and tested several types of metal detectors for use in homes and businesses, and is the world leader in the production of such detectors.
“The world has been using lead and chromite detectors since the beginning of time,” M-LAB president Peter Kuehn said in a statement.
“We have demonstrated the safety and efficacy of these detectors with a number of other technologies, including those that use metals such as lead and arsenic.”
M-Lab has been testing the new detector in the laboratory of the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the past few years.
It has tested several different types of the new M-Pen, and has produced several other types of detectors in other labs.
It has been the subject of a wide-ranging scientific review by the American Society for Testing and Materials, a non-profit that researches safety, reliability and performance of the various types of equipment used in testing.
It is expected that the review will examine M-Pad, which M- Lab purchased last year from a German company, to determine if it is safe and effective.
When testing the M-Pads, it is common to take a piece of metal and test the M.I.T.S., a metal-detection system designed to detect metallic particles in the atmosphere, in a lab environment.
Pads are designed to be attached to the ceiling and tested with an M. I.
T, which has a metal detector and a laser scanner.
A metal detector does not have to be in a certain place in order to detect a particular metal, but the M1 and M2 versions have a magnetic-detecting mechanism in them, and the M3 and M4 versions have an electromagnetic-detector.
The M2 and M3 models are designed for use at the lab.
In addition to detecting lead, the M2 detector is designed to test for other metals such in the soil and water, and for metal oxides such as zinc.
M2 is also designed to function as a detector for chromium, and it is being used by the military and other organizations around the world.
M2s also detect lead and other metals, and M1s can detect arsenic.
M1 is designed for people who live in cities, and uses a laser and an electromagnetic detector.
But the M4 and M5 versions of the M Pen are also being tested by the public, and there are reports that they are able to detect copper.
An M-Pod is a device that can be attached and tested on the floor and that can detect metals, such as copper.
An M- Pen is a metal detecting device that uses a magnet and a metal scanner.
This is a video from M- Labs website showing how it works, and a video by M-pad.
M Labs has been selling a series of metal detecting devices since 2006.
Metal detectors were first introduced in the 1960s by the National Security Agency and the Defense Intelligence Agency, and were used by U.N. personnel to detect and track enemy nuclear weapons.
The devices can be difficult to use and have been controversial.
During the Cold War, the U,S.
and Soviet Union both tested the devices and tested them on people.
The U.K. and the U:s also developed their own devices, and they were not as effective as the U’s, and are more commonly used today.
Despite the problems, metal detectors have remained popular with many Americans.
The new M2, M3, M4, and more have been tested and are widely used in U. S. homes and other businesses.
As part of the American Safety Council, the group representing manufacturers and dealers of metal detection equipment, issued a call for public comment on the new detectors.
They are expected to be released this fall, but they are not expected to have a wide impact on public safety.