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Rotating dual-grade laser

Code 15286
Price Price on application

Details

Remote control unit
Rotates vertically
Self-levelling with tilt function
Range (m)
  • 675
Drainage gradient
  • automatic 2-axle tilt range
Tripod mounting (")
  • 5/8
Rotates horizontally

All prices excl. 27% VAT and exclude costs for maintenance, fuel, oil, wear and tear, transport, cleaning, accessories and various attachments, any environmental taxes and surcharges for damage waiver and fire/theft schemes.

Daily rates are based on hire/use of maximum 24 hours, and the weekly rates on hire/use of maximum 168 hours, excluding machines with an hour counter; in such cases the daily rate is based on 8 operating hours and the weekly rate based on 40 operating hours. An surcharge applies for additional operating hours.

The weekend rate (Friday to Monday) is based on hire/use of maximum 72 hours (Sunday is not calculated in the price).

Key Features

  • ability to work fast and accurately
  • large reach
  • tilt alert function
  • delivered with battery and charger
  • universal tripod connector 5/8"
Optional accessories

These can be selected during the booking process

Code 13413
This universal tripod is suitable for use with levelling instruments, theodolites and lasers. It allows you to quickly and easily stabilize all these instruments on various surfaces. Thanks to the lightweight construction, the tripod is easy to take everywhere.
Code 15274
This height-adjustable tripod provides a stable base for rotary lasers. Thanks to the height adjustment facility, the laser can easily be mounted at a fixed height, thus preventing errors.
Code 12463
Suitable both for setting up the visibly rotating laser at ceiling height and for setting up the (double-grade) laser for ground surveying. The solid construction guarantees a high degree of stability, even in the highest setting.
Code 15280
You can attach almost every kind of handheld receiver to this laser levelling staff. You can easily measure height differences by setting the staff's zero point to that of the laser’s plane.
Code 15294
Digital hand-held receiver with mm readout for receiving signals from the rotating laser.