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Lasers

Some of the innovative features seen in Topcon construction lasers have their beginnings as a direct result of breakthroughs in products developed outside of the Construction Laser division. Many others were developed as a direct result of recognizing a need, and dedicating the resources to overcome it. We intend to continue on the path of innovation. And if you're thinking of purchasing a construction laser, we hope you recognize this fact and become a part of the Topcon revolution.

Rotating Lasers

Using infrared beams, general construction lasers are short to medium range (500' to 1000' radius) lasers used for exterior applications. Setting concrete forms, checking grade on flat pads, checking depth of footers and trenches, and even providing elevation indication for laser receivers mounted on excavators, backhoes, and the like are common applications for these lasers.

Interior Lasers

Using visible beams, Interior Lasers are used to hang ceiling grids, align and mount floor/ceiling brackets for walls, align studs and more.

Pipe Lasers

One of the earliest application of lasers in the construction industry occurred in the pipe laying market. Unlike the lasers in the previous categories, Pipe Lasers emit a stationary (non-rotating) beam of circular, visible laser light.

Slope Lasers

Perhaps the most advanced of all rotating construction lasers, Slope lasers use high power infrared or barely visible beam lasers that "broadcast" over long distances (1500' to 2500' or more) at extremely exacting slopes.

 
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