Construction Lasers are extreme accuracy and time-saving tools. The Lasers we represent and sell are rugged, durable, and user-friendly professional-grade tools. Many construction professionals are finding they need laser tools just to stay competitive in the industry. These laser leveling tools are used for leveling, plumbing, machine control, excavation work, landscaping, swimming pool construction, measuring elevation, measuring distance, alignment, site-prep grading, construction stake out, concrete leveling, home building, and many various site tasks. We carry top brand names like Acculine Pro, CST/Berger, David White, Johnson Level, Northwest Instrument Laser Levels, Pacific Laser Systems, Stabila, Spectra Precision, Sokkia, Stanley Tools, and Topcon. If you need help selecting a Laser, consider contacting the EngineerSupply Product Team. Additionally, you might consider reading our document Construction Laser Levels Explained. Lasers are known as Distance Laser Measuring Tools, Laser Measuring Tools, Laser Measuring Equipment, Laser Distance Meters. Laser Measurement, Laser Measuring, Construction Tools, Distance Measuring, Distance Measuring Instrument, Measuring Tools, Laser Levels, Laser Measuring, Liquid Level Gauge, and Level Lasers.
Laser distance measuring tools, (also known as "Electronic Tape Measures", "Laser Distance Finders" or "Digital Measuring Devices") are not used as a reference tool like the lasers listed above. Instead the laser distance measuring tool employs a laser beam to automatically measure distance at the push of a button.
Rotary laser levels produce a 360 degrees level laser line around a work space. Some models are for indoor use only, and some models will handle indoor and outdoor use. Rotary lasers have a greater range than line generators and are more ideal for larger and exterior work sites.
Line laser levels, also known as "Line Generators", are used primarily for single site interior work, such as a wall or ceiling. Most line generators project cross-hair lines. Depending on the model some will project different patterns including cross-hair, single lines, and even combination of both.
Plumb lasers or Dot Lasers produce a solid reference dot on the wall or work surface. These are usually used when you want something plumb or level but do not need a laser line produced. They come in a variety of dot patterns for plumb and square configurations.
Pipe lasers are used to align pipe and assist in setting grade. They produce a single dot towards the front of the laser and usually include brackets and hardware to clamp onto pipe or manholes for alignment purposes.