What’s the difference between Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals? The simple answer is that ferrous metals contain iron and non-ferrous metals do not. Non-ferrous metals are non-magnetic and have higher conductivity, which is important for many electronic and wiring applications. Ferrous v Non Ferrous mineral detection

Norway is known to have significant geological potential for hosting nickel deposits, particularly in certain geological formations in the country.

With the increasing global demand for electric vehicles (EVs), nickel has become a critical component for lithium-ion batteries. Norway's exploration efforts are partly driven by the need to secure a domestic supply for this growing industry.

Norway's exploration for nickel aligns with its broader goals of supporting sustainable technologies and reducing dependency on imported minerals critical to modern industries like electric vehicles and renewable energy storage.

Adrok survey summary in Norway - ferrous v non-ferrous