Laser level

The L97 mini-magnet laser level can project a beam of light more than 80 yards to help align objects. The level makes a variety of applications easier for electrical contractors and plumbers. Tasks such as bending conduit, aligning an electrical panel box or plumbing metal cabinets can be done faster with this level.

01/01/1970


The L97 mini-magnet laser level can project a beam of light more than 80 yards to help align objects. The level makes a variety of applications easier for electrical contractors and plumbers. Tasks such as bending conduit, aligning an electrical panel box or plumbing metal cabinets can be done faster with this level. The company also offers the L77 mini-torpedo magnetic bubble level and the L107 electrician’s torpedo level. The L97 features a four-vial design with anodized aluminum for displaying 0, 30, 45 and 90-degree angle ports that provide easy viewing from all sides. The V-groove on the top of the level also adds to the easy viewing of the vials. There are four rare-earth magnets that allow for hands-free use on metal surfaces. The L97 mini-magnet laser level is machined from aluminum alloy and anodized to aircraft standards. The bending offsets and calculations are permanently laser-engraved onto the level allowing for better sight recognition.

Greenlee

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