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Laser levels can give you what you need to get the job done, so stop wasting time and money on low-tech measuring tools that can’t give you precise results. Engineer Supply has a variety of laser measuring tools that can withstand the wear and tear that comes from regular use. All of them are built to last, while they give you accurate results in a more efficient manner. Be sure to look at what we have in stock, so you can find a tool that will meet your specific needs.

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HOW TO CALIBRATE A LASER LEVEL


You want to set up the laser level on a tripod at about 100 feet from a wall, and you need to rotate it so the laser is pointing toward it. Turn on the detector as well as the laser level. And when the detector gives you a signal that indicates levelness, make a mark on the wall. Rotate the laser 180 degrees, and make a level mark by using the detector again. Measure the distance between the two marks. And if it’s within the device’s specified accuracy, it’s at the correct setting. Rotate the laser 90 degrees, and make a mark by using the detector. Measure the distance between this point and the previous one. And if it’s within the device’s specified accuracy, it’s at the correct setting. If it’s outside this range, the device will need to be professionally calibrated.


HOW TO USE A LASER LEVEL


You want to set up the laser level on a tripod or a flat surface. And if it’s not a self-leveling laser, you need to make sure the bubbles show level. Turn on the device. And if it’s a self-leveling laser level, give it a moment to level itself. The unit will emit a laser that will show a level point either on a wall or across an outdoor surface, and the mark it leaves will depend on the type of laser level you’re using. You can use a detector to intercept the laser if there’s no wall to “catch” the beam, which is common for outdoor applications. Attach the detector to a measuring tool, and move it up or down until you hear it beeping. Secure the detector to the rod, and make measurements as necessary.


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SELF-LEVELING LASER LEVELS THAT CAN GIVE YOU ACCURATE RESULTS

A self-leveling laser level can make things easier for you, because it will automatically find a level point so you can get accurate results more quickly. And at Engineer Supply, we have a broad selection from some of the best manufacturers in the industry. We know that every construction or surveying professional needs to have the right tools, which is why we pride ourselves in providing quality tools at a reasonable price. Feel free to look at what we have in stock, so you can browse through the many types of laser levels we have in our inventory.


A VARIETY OF LASER LEVELS FOR A VARIETY OF APPLICATIONS

Whether you need to level a floor space or plumb a wall, you can find a laser level that can do the job. And at Engineer Supply, we have a variety of laser levels that come from some of the best manufacturers in the industry. All of our products are built to last, which is why you can count on us to provide quality tools that are built for the working professional. Be sure to look at what we have in our inventory, so you can find the tools you need to get the job done right!


Frequently Asked Questions

How accurate are laser levels?

A good laser level has an accuracy of plus or minus 1/16 of an inch per 100 feet. This is ten times more than that of a spirit level, which has an accuracy of over 1/2 of an inch per 100 feet. This type of accuracy can’t be perceived by the human eye and can only be achieved through a laser diode, which emits a highly focused beam of light.

Can a laser level damage your eyes?

A laser is a highly-focused beam of light, so it has enough power to cause severe retinal responses that’s even higher than what you would experience if you stared into the sun without proper protection. If you stare directly into a laser beam, it will affect the integrity of your eyes and could result in permanent blindness.

Can I use a laser level outdoors?

While laser levels can be great for hanging pictures on a wall or performing a ceiling installation, it can also be an effective tool for outdoor applications. Some of them include but may not be limited to:
  • Checking land elevations.
  • Aligning posts, fences, and porches.
  • Masonry alignment.
  • Measuring slope or grade.
  • Ensuring the proper installation of drainage systems.
Whether you’re looking for a self-leveling laser or some other product, you can find what you need at Engineer Supply.

How do laser levels work?

A laser level is a control tool with a rotating laser beam projector, and it can be used in both surveying and construction. It projects a fixed beam of either red or green along a horizontal or vertical plane, and its accuracy will depend on how the device is configured.

What types of laser levels work best for tiling?

There are many types of laser levels that are great for tiling. And at Engineer Supply, we have a broad selection of tools that can be used in a number of applications. Feel free to look at what we have in stock, so you can find a product that will meet your specific needs.

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