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New Pipe Laser from AGL Fits the Tightest Inverts
March 10th, 2009
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Jacksonville, AR The new GradeLight 2700 introduced by AGL is the shortest pipe laser available. Its 10.5 (265mm) length makes it ideal for fitting tight inverts and small pipe jacking pits. Applications include sanitary and storm sewers, tunneling, and pipe jacking.
The GradeLight 2700 will self-level over its wide +40% to -10% grade range. It can be powered by its Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack, alkaline batteries, or from a 12V DC source with an optional power cord.
For strength, the housing components are aluminum die casts and extrusions. The inner mechanism also has die cast parts, reducing the number of components and adding to its precision and reliability.
Besides its durable construction, the GL2700 is similar to past GradeLight models by having the broadest range of set-up accessories, as well as adapting to those from previous models.
The new AGL pipe laser has several exclusive features: one set of slide legs that cover multiple pipe sizes, and an accessory target with a unique design. The target panel is mounted at the front of the base, not in the center, allowing the user to view it easier at the front of the pipe. The target also has a magnetic base for conveniently attaching to trench box side walls, allowing for better airflow to minimize refraction. Also the Grade display is color coded (green for positive grades, red for negative) to reduce setup errors.
AGL invented the first pipe laser over 40 years ago and continues to manufacture lasers for underground, site preparation, and general construction at its US factory in Arkansas. AGL Construction Lasers & Machine Control Systems, 2202 Redmond Rd., Jacksonville, AR, phone (800) 643-9696, fax (501) 982-0880, www.agl-lasers.com.