This comparison chart provides a visual overview of our article which compares the Goldak 720 versus 7200XP Valve locators in greater detail.
Goldak's valve locators are designed to pinpoint the exact location of buried valves,
water meters, curb boxes, manhole covers, and other critical metallic fittings used in water, sewer, gas, electrical, and communications systems.
With simple operation and no delicate adjustments necessary, the locator can be put
into operation nearly instantly with accurate results. The Goldak 600 can be used in
either peak or null mode. Readings can be viewed on the built-in meter or via
monitoring the 60 Hz buzz using the included headphones plugged into the
Lightweight and easy to use, the Goldak 720 is ready to use
instantly, even for inexperienced operators. The simple controls
consist of just a single knob for sensitivity and power and a
push-button battery tester. It is lightweight, durable,
economically priced, and already in use worldwide by
water and gas utilities, contractors, maintenance
professionals, and more.
The Goldak 7200 XP simplifies the location and pinpointing
of valves and other metals using computer generating signals.
The device easily distinguishes between iron objects, like valve
lids, from other metals, like aluminum. The locator offers two
modes, a motion mode to identify objects and a pinpoint
mode that zeroes in on the object and determines whether
it is ferrous or non-ferrous. It is self-tuning for quick and
What the Goldak 720 Valve Locator and Goldak 7200 XP Valve Locator have in Common
1 Single knob to control sensitivity and "on-off" functions
2 Weight: less than 4 lbs
3 Detection head swivels to permit locating operation in any instrument position
4 Push-button switch for an instant battery test
5 Headphone jack: 1/4 stereo
6 Battery: One - 9V