Laser Levels

What you need to know about Laser Levels


Laser Levels emit plane beams which project straight, exactly vertical or horizontal lines onto walls or other surfaces. They are used to aid in painting, laying tiles, wallpapering or other tasks in which precision is required. If necessary the beam can be angled manually, for instance in order to match the incline of a staircase. All Laser Levels include a built in spirit level or plumb bob. Some need to be adjusted by hand until the level indicates that they are set up correctly; others will do this automatically. Many Laser Levels come with an attachable tripod which allows them to be set up in the centre of a room; these can also be purchased independently. If not fitted with a tripod, Laser Levels are fixed to or laid against a flat surface before use. Working ranges average between 10 & 20 meters, but models are available for use over distances as far as 50m. Most Laser Levels run off AA or AAA Batteries.


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