Laser levels replaced the chalk lines in the work place. They save time and manpower on the job.
The laser level market has much to offer yet you need to know what best suits your needs and what advances and new technologies are available to you. We hope these explanations will help you do just that.
With new technology comes new terminology.
These are some of the terms you will come across and should understand to best chose the laser level for you.
WHICH LASER LEVEL WILL BEST SUIT YOUR NEEDS?
The decision of which laser level to invest in depends on whether you’re a professional contractor and will use the laser tool on an on-going basis or if you’re doing a one-time job. For home improvement jobs, investing in a simple multi-purpose laser product can be a money saver and make your work more professional. In some situations, such as working in confined spaces and “up close” level and plumb readings, a traditional level may be a better choice. For professional applications, a laser level saves time and money because it allows one person to do layouts and take measurements that used to take at least two people to do and increases the accuracy of the overall work.
FIELDS OF APPLICATION
Whether you are doing and indoor or outdoor project, the right laser level will be invaluable.
These are Kapro’s recommendations for some of the possible projects you might embark on.
What does a laser distance calculate and how?
A Laser Distance Meter sends a pulse of laser light to the target and measures the time it takes for the reflection to return. On-board processing allows the device to add, subtract, calculate area, distance and volume as well as triangulate.