Cheap price self-leveling laser level with 12 green lines: 4 vertical line and 8 horizontal line, 360° rotation. The laser level measuring tool can be tilted self-leveling within ± 3 °, mounted on a tripod or attached to most metal surfaces using magnetic brackets, so it can be used in more scenes.
- Fully enclosed lens design, waterproof, drop-proof and dustproof.
- Aluminum alloy thickened chassis, the body can be leveled by adjusting the tripod knob.
Thickened TPU body
- Engineering ABS material base film, simulated moisture-proof.
- Magnetic damping technology and non-leveling alarm system to improve leveling accuracy.
- Precise positioning of vertical lines, reducing errors and improving efficiency.
SISCO high-intensity laser level is a common measuring tool for measuring angles. The high-precision green light level can be widely used in metallurgical steel plate cutting, stone cutting, wood cutting, machine vision and other fields.
Q1: Is a green laser level better than red?
A1: Yes. Green lasers are much more efficient and visible in areas of broad daylight and direct sunlight. They are also able to travel longer distances, which is why they are so popular on construction sites.
Q2: What are green laser levels used for?
A2: A green line laser level tool is a construction tool that uses a laser to detect the vertical position of the object. It's used for measuring distances and heights, as well as for aligning objects on different levels.
Q3: Why are laser levels green?
A3: Lasers emitted by the green diode provide a solid line that can be seen at a longer distance without requiring a detector. Clearer to see by the human eye than any other color and four times more visible than red. Green Laser Levels provide a great edge in interior jobs.
Tips: How to use a laser level to measure verticality?
When measuring the verticality of large parts, use a level to roughly adjust the reference surface to a horizontal position. Use a level to measure step by step on the reference surface and the measured surface, and use the graphic method to determine the reference orientation, and then calculate the perpendicularity error of the measured surface relative to the reference.
When measuring the verticality of small parts, first place the laser level on the reference surface, read the value of one end of the bubble and then use the side of the laser level to stick to the surface to be measured. The first reading value of the bubble deviation from the reference surface is The verticality error of the measured surface.
When using a laser level meter, ensure that the working surface of the laser level meter and the surface of the workpiece are clean to prevent dirt from affecting the accuracy of the measurement. When measuring the horizontal plane, in the same measuring position, the level should be adjusted to the opposite direction before the second measuring. When moving the level, the working surface of the level is not allowed to rub against the surface of the workpiece, and it should be lifted and placed.
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