There are several model variations to choose from; two are light-weight walk through metal detectors, useful for temporary events or in places where a conventional bulky detector will not be practical.
What does WTMD stand for?
WTMD stands for Walk Through Metal Detector
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It is nice not to have to walk through metal detectors every morning.
CEIA has also been awarded the supply of the Walk Through Metal Detectors which are going to be employed for security purposes in the Vatican City during the Year 2000 Jubilee celebrations.
Additionally, the contract calls for small quantities of walk through metal detectors and hand-held metal detector wands.
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As of February 24, 1997, Metorex has installed four Metor(R) 200 walk through metal detectors and provided 10 battery-operated, handheld Metor 22 metal detectors.