Spectra Precision Pipe Lasers
- Widest automatic self-leveling range available
- Patented Target Lens transfers the beam up at an angle for easy viewing by the pipe layer
- Industry's largest display
- Armor-plated housing
- Rubberized front bumper
- Line Alert*
- Line Set-Check*
The Spectra Precision DG711 and DG511 pipe lasers feature the largest automatic leveling range in the industry, providing quick, easy setups, regardless of the grade. Unlike traditional pipe lasers, there is no need for rough leveling thus minimizes crew training. Simply set up the laser in the pipe, manhole or open cut, set the proper grade and start working.
The DG711 and DG511 Pipe Lasers are built tough for long lasting performance and reliability. The DG711 and DG511 pipe lasers are completely waterproof and designed to ensure easy cleanup. Setup is fast with a full range of mounting accessories available, and easy to use with straightforward, "no-instructions-required" controls. In addition, through the Service Alert feature, they keep track of their own maintenance needs, indicating at pre-set intervals when it's time for a check-up.
The DG711 has two additional features: Line Alert and Line Set-Check. Line Alert is a unique feature that is ideal for working in high-vibration or wet conditions where the pipe lasers may be disturbed. The beam flashes to notify you that the setup line has been disturbed, eliminating the necessity of rework. The Line Set-Check capability of the pipe laser allows you to raise the beam outside of the trench for fast line setup or checking. Raising the laser beam out of the trench to an above-ground stake saves you time- instead of having to move the excavator off line during setup of the pipe laser; you can just get on with your job. In addition, Line Set-Check feature is ideal for rechecking the line in pipe jacking pits after each push. Spectra Precision pipe lasers feature a very rugged design and a variety of unique technological capabilities. These pipe lasers stand up to corrosion from acids, chemicals, salts and other destructive underground elements as well as to the physical abuse typical in the construction industry.