Stud Finder

Stud Finder

Stud Finder

  • Juan L. Guerrera,SR.
  • Patent Pending

Abstract

A stud finder for detecting ferrous objects hidden within a wall, such as nails and screws, comprising a tray having at least one cavity, a magnet, and a cover. The magnet placed within the cavity and secured by the cover. The magnet is free to move within the cavity when a force, such as gravity or magnetic, is applied.

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Address: C Building, Orico Power Industrial Park, No.24 Tangjiao Road, Changping Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, 523578,China

Detailed Description & Features

A stud finder for detecting ferrous objects hidden within a wall, such as nails and screws, comprising a tray having at least one cavity, a magnet, and a cover. The magnet placed within the cavity and secured by the cover. The magnet is free to move within the cavity when a force, such as gravity or magnetic, is applied. As the stud finder is slid across a wall, a magnet will move within the cavity when it comes into proximity of a ferrous material such as a screw or nail. The movement is caused by magnetic force. The presence of the magnetic force indicates the presence of a screw or nail which also indicates the presence of a stud.