Construction lasers and levels have changed the construction industry by providing higher levels of accuracy and efficiency. They offer a convenient means of measuring everything from distances and angles to levelling, aligning and more for a host of construction needs. Construction laser levels are also finding increased usefulness in the controlling of machinery, efficient excavation work and accurate erection of buildings. In this way, laser survey equipment is becoming an essential component in competitive performance for construction businesses.
Types of construction lasers
Construction lasers come in a variety of types, each suited to performing specialised or required tasks. Among our construction laser survey instruments, the most widely used types include rotary and grade lasers.
Suitable for both indoor and outdoor decoration and construction work, rotary lasers emit a 360° laser level line. Depending on the model, rotating laser levels can be used to provide excellent orientation references across horizontal, vertical and slope applications. These are excellent for aligning and levelling railings around a room, for instance.
Grade lasers, also known as slope lasers, are used to calculate the slope of a hill or rise. These construction laser levels are available in either single or dual slope options, with single slope reading a slope on one axis while dual slope machines provide readings on two slopes on separate axes. Also, since the Leica survey equipment we supply is capable of doing automated work, you can simply let this construction laser do the work accurately for you.
Afgen stocks a wide range of construction lasers and levels across various brands, such as those included in our Pentax, Laisai and Leica survey equipment offerings.