Pipe Lasers: Equipment Spotlight

November 2011, Vol. 66 No. 11
AGL Construction Lasers GradeLight 2700 and 3000

Apache Technologies
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. Almost 5 milliwatts produces a bright red spot. The pipe laser is accurate on grade to ±1/16 inch at 100 feet. All metal construction is rugged with heavy-duty cables and accessories. For remote line control, set line from either end of the pipe. Self-leveling throughout the entire grade range does not require help to get to the higher grade settings. ARROW 2 is totally waterproof as it is purged with nitrogen. Quick charging keeps users and running on 24 hour use on four hour charge. The ARROW 2 system contains the pipe laser, infrared remote line control, universal target, base extensions for 8 and 10 inch pipe, a heavy-duty 12-volt power cable, 110-volt charger and a carrying case. 937.482.0200, apache-laser.com

AGATEC Construction Lasers
The A710 automatic dual grade laser is designed to work on any job site. It’s ideal for machine control, site work, leveling, alignment and layout. It can be used as a pipe laser for runs up to 100 feet and grades up to 10 percent. The handle is detachable for us in 6-inch pipes. LCD on keypad displays laser functions and status. Other features include: one-touch fully automatic leveling, single or dual slope grade control, rugged waterproof metal housing, automatic and manual modes, H.I. Alert to prevent errors, and electronic field calibration that saves trips to the repair shop. It has an electronic left and right adjustable visible beam for layout and short-run sewer connections. 800.643.9696, agatec-na.com