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Bosch Power Tools

The Bosch GPL5 point laser provides everything you need to execute horizontal, vertical, and corner alignment with precision and efficiency. Its horizontal, vertical, and right-angle beams help you confidently execute plumb alignments, corner alignments, and more. This durable, long-lasting laser level comes with its own protective carrying case and has a convenient self-leveling feature to ensure accuracy every time.

CST Berger Rotary Lasers

For outdoor projects that require extended range, entrust your precision and accuracy to RL25H and RL25HV Rotary Lasers from CST Berger. These rotary lasers can be mounted to a tripod and turned 360 degrees to cover the full area of your construction site from all angles. These tools have pinpoint accuracy in measuring distances up to 100 feet, and their extended range feature can cover up to 2000 feet in diameter.

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With Laser Distance Measuring Tools, one can achieve more accurate measurement readings especially at extended lengths and in a shorter period of time. The longer that a measuring tape measure is extended, the harder it is to get an accurate measurement. You have to worry about slack in the line or applying too much tension on the tape and stretching or possibly even breaking it. You have to line up the marks directly with the starting point. Even temperature can affect your measurement when using traditional measuring tapes. Laser distance measuring tapes are one of the fastest and most accurate ways to collect measurements, especially if you have multiple measurements to take during the same job or day.

Self Leveling Laser Level

It’s not uncommon, but it does surprise some newcomers to carpentry to learn that self-leveling is an option. Models that can do this start at about $80, and they can typically change back and forth between self-correcting to project a level cross line and giving you the plumb line for the device’s current resting position. This lets you see how far from level the surface it rests on is as well.

The laser levels 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 construction job site tasks. We carry top brand names like CST/Berger, David White, Johnson Level, Northwest Instrument Laser Levels, Pacific Laser Systems, Skil Tools, Spectra Precision, Sokkia, Stanley Tools, and Topcon. Whether you're looking for discount laser levels, the best outdoor laser level, lazer level, laser levels for construction, laser level reviews, interior laser levels for installing drop ceilings, measuring long distances accurately, or laser levels for grading land, we have what you need.

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.

Laser Detectors (aka Laser Receiver) are used to detect a laser levels beam when the human eye cannot. Typically used outdoors, laser detectors are usually attached to a grade rod and used to pick up a rotary laser levels beam for grading purposes.

Machine Control Laser Detectors are mounted to heavy equipment such a skid-steers, trackhoes, or bulldozers. They are the same as a regular laser detector only much larger so they the laser beam is easier to detect during the movement of heavy equipment, and they usually have a magnetic or clamp mount system for mounting to your blade, backhoe, or skid-steer.

Machine Control Systems are used to monitor the elevation of various point on heavy equipment from the cab. Mostly used for grading excavation jobs where time saving and accuracy is paramount.

Laser Level Accessories are used to hold or mount a laser level better, or laser level glasses that enhance a laser beam.

Laser Level Tripods are used to mount or hold a laser up high in a sturdy manner. Mostly used with rotary laser levels for jobsite use or in big open work areas.

Laser Level Jamb Poles are used to hold a laser level in the middle of a room by being jammed between floor and ceiling.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a construction laser?

Construction lasers can be used in a variety of jobs that require layout work and where an accurate level reference is needed. This can include any of the following:
  • Installing ceiling tiles.
  • Installing chair railings in a dining room.
  • Installing power conduits and receptacles for a home that’s under construction.
A construction laser can also be used to hang pictures across a living room wall or to install a sewer pipe. It can even be used to come up with a grading plan for a new building.

How do laser levels work?

Construction laser levels use a focused beam of light that has been amplified from a solid-state device (called a diode). The light-emitting diodes (LED’s) can be found in many different devices, and the same technology is used in a construction laser. It projects a beam of light that can be used as a visual straight-line reference, but the size of the beam depends on the size of the diode. In this application, a smaller beam is better because it’s more precise. With a wider beam, the actual level point can be anywhere within the width of the beam.

How accurate are laser levels?

Construction lasers can give you a point of line that you can use as a level or square reference for most job sites, and they’re usually accurate up to 250 feet. Contractors once needed to use a bubble vial (also called a “water level”) to make accurate level or square measurements. Now, construction laser levels can give you both horizontal and vertical lines that can be used for a variety of tasks (such as aligning light fixtures or leveling cabinetry), and many of them are self-leveling.

What is a self-leveling laser level?

A self-leveling construction laser will automatically find and maintain a level point within a specific range, and some models even have a bubble vial so you can make rough adjustments before the device takes over. Some construction lasers require you to set up the device to where it’s somewhat level before it can make the final adjustment, and others will continue to level themselves if it has been accidentally bumped or jarred. And many of them will shut off automatically if it gets out of level by 3-5 percent.

What is a rotary laser?

Rotary laser levels shoot a 360-degree horizontal or vertical beam around a room, which can be used for indoor applications. But they can also be used with a laser detector and grade rod for outdoor excavation projects. You can choose from a variety of rotary laser levels. Some are manually adjusted by mounting a bubble level or with an electronic pendulum system, while other models can level themselves through the use of electronics and gears.
Be sure to look at the broad selection of construction lasers we have at Engineering Supply.
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