Lasers

The ARROW 2 pipe laser provides the utility contractor with a rugged, reliable tool that stands up to the demands of tough jobsite conditions and has the features required to lay pipe fast and accurately.

The GL2700 pipe laser is ideal for sanitary and storm sewers, pipe jacking and tunneling.

The A710S automatic dual grade laser is designed to work on any job site. It’s ideal for machine control, site work, leveling, alignment and layout.

The RL-VH4 Builder Laser Series for use in interior and general construction incorporates GreenBeam technology, providing the most visible lasers on the market.

The EZ Dig Pro is a real-time depth control system for excavators and backhoes.

Don Rea loves a challenge. In fact, he goes looking for them everyday; some just show up on his doorstep – but for good reason. Rea is the president and owner of Clay Hill Boring located in Lake Park, GA.

“Make More Money with Construction Machine Control”, published by TrenchSafety and Supply Inc., provides equipment and services to help contractors and utilities work safer, more productively and more profitably.

Topcon Positioning System’s (TPS) new expanded series of high-quality, affordable machine control laser sensors – the LS-B100, LS-B110, LS-B110W and the RD-100W - offer modern new designs and increased functionality.

The new GradeLight 2700 introduced by AGL is the shortest pipe laser available. Its 10.5 inch length makes it ideal for fitting tight inverts and small pipe jacking pits.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Vermeer is introducing a new laser-guided, grade-control pipe installation system that the company says has several design features not available on other on grade equipment currently available in North America.

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