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Frequently Asked Questions
What are laser levels used for?
What are the different types of laser levels?
- Point laser level - projects one or more reference points; commonly available in 3-point and 5-point models
- Line laser level - projects a straight 180-degree reference line, horizontally or vertically
- Cross line laser level - offers a cross-line projection of a horizontal line and a vertical line
- Combination laser level - offers a combination of lines and points; users can use the lines and points simultaneously or switch between them depending on their task
- Grade laser level - designed for tasks that necessitate a precise grade
- Rotary laser level - projects a 360-degree laser beam that allows for a more efficient work
What are the advantages of self-leveling laser levels?
Are all laser levels suitable for both indoor and outdoor use?
How & When to Use a Laser Level
Laser levels play multiple functions in construction jobs. Professionals use them in creating site layout plans, shooting grades, installing pipes, framing decks, doors, and window panels, and in many more tasks that require efficient and reliable alignments.
This video explains how laser levels work and demonstrates how they are actually used in small construction sites. It also briefly explains the difference between the two modes most of lasers, namely indoor mode and outdoor mode.
No matter how specific your leveling needs are, Engineer Warehouse has all kinds of laser levels, detectors, and other accessories that you can easily choose from. These products have been carefully selected based on their quality, features, and performance, so you won’t have to tediously look through webpage after webpage of low-grade laser levels.
Each kind of laser level offers specific features that are ideal for leveling, plumbing, square alignment, and slope applications. These laser levels can projects lines, points, or 360-degree planes in either horizontal or vertical mode to serve as benchmarks for accurate leveling. When working indoors, red laser levels can generate adequately visible beams. On the other hand, green laser levels are ideal for outdoor use as they can produce brighter beams. Laser levels of the self-leveling type are also available for easy calibrations and setups.
To boost these laser levels’ working ranges, use laser detectors when leveling in brightly lit outdoor settings. You can also check the status of laser levels and collect information from afar with the use of laser sensors. Aside from this, other accessories can improve the performance of laser levels for added efficiency and convenience when working on construction projects.