Metal detector rental in Israel costs as much as $8,000

In Israel, metal detectors are a way to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus.

For many residents, the rental of metal detectors has become a way of life, a necessity to protect themselves against the spread.

A survey conducted by the Israeli Association of Metal Detectors (AAMDC) revealed that the rental rate for metal detectors is up to 10 percent, compared to just 4 percent for metal locks.

The AAMDC said the cost of the metal detector is up 50 percent from 2014, when the country experienced the highest number of reported cases of the coronaviruses, which have killed more than 4,400 people and infected more than 16,000.

It said the increased costs of the new metal detectors were driven by the fact that more than 50 percent of the rental contracts do not include the option to have the detectors tested, which would enable the user to determine the metal content of the object.

The survey also showed that the number of rental contracts for metal detector rentals in Israel has nearly doubled since the beginning of the year.

The rental fee for a metal detector has increased by about 50 percent, according to the AAMDC, which added that the cost to install a metal detectors in the homes has increased as well.

The Israeli government has not released data on the total number of new metal detector permits that have been issued since the start of the epidemic, and has not provided any data on how many of the permits have been used.

The number of permits issued for metal detection is unknown, because there are so many in the country, according a report from the Knesset Intelligence and Security Committee.

According to the report, between October 2015 and August 2016, there were over 4,000 metal detector licenses issued, with the majority of them being for security cameras.

The committee also noted that there was an increase in the number and amount of metal detector violations, as well as the use of other forms of metal detection.

In some cases, the owners were accused of illegally using the metal detectors, such as for unauthorized searches of vehicles.

According a study conducted by AAMC, the metal detection license fees vary depending on the age of the person, the type of metal object, the number, size and type of devices used and the type and location of the detector.

A metal detector used in Israel was purchased for $5,000, which includes the cost for the detector itself, a metal lens, and a metal belt.

The metal detector can be purchased in different configurations and prices, depending on which model the person is buying.

The price of a metal metal detector in Israel is $6,000 and can be rented for up to four months at a time.

The fee includes the rental cost, the cost and the security deposit.

AAMKC reported that the metal license fee is also not covered by the country’s national insurance, as it is covered by state insurance.

“The government has made it clear that the costs of installing the metal detecting device should not exceed 50 percent,” said Avi Goldblatt, director of AAM, in a statement.

“Therefore, the government has clearly stated that no person should pay more than 40 percent of his monthly income to the owner of the property where the metal-detection device is installed.”

According to Goldblatts, a government policy is in place that requires owners of property that have metal detectors to provide proof that they have purchased and installed the device in order to obtain a metal license.

“In Israel, the average monthly rent for a new metal-tethering device is about $10,000,” he added.

“This policy has been applied to every property in the world.”

The number and the cost per metal detector have increased significantly in the past year, according the AASDC.

The organization said that over the past six months, the monthly rental fee of a security camera has increased from $3,000 to $5: $3.25, $4.25 and $5.00.

In order to keep up with this growth, the AAPC and the AAMSDC said they are raising the rental fee to cover the cost.

“We are raising rental fees in order that more Israelis will be able to afford metal detectors,” said Goldblats, according and AAMCO, adding that he expects the rental fees to increase to $6 per month by the end of the first quarter of 2019.