As the name suggests, pipe lasers are designed to deliver improved efficiency, accuracy, and reliability in projects that involve laying pipes. Here at SEP Geospatial, we stock quality instruments from one of the UK’s leading manufacturers – namely the Spectra Precision DG613 pipe laser, and its upgraded variant, the DG813. Spectra Precision are well-respected in the industry for the efficiency accuracy and reliability of their products and the DG613 pipe laser is no exception.
The Spectra Precision DG613 pipe laser is built to the highest specifications. It utilizes infra red light to ensure reliability when laying pipes. It is fully self levelling (even the cross axis) allowing an accurate set up of drainage pipes during groundwork projects and more. Its compact design lets you fit it into all but the smallest of spaces, while its bright visible beam ensures you can confirm the entire grade range by sight. The DG813 model shares these features, as well as several advanced functions for an even more impressive performance.
Both the Spectra Precision DG613 pipe laser and its DG813 variant are designed with ease of use in mind. Benefiting from a separate battery pack, these devices can be used remotely without access to a power supply. When using the battery, you retain full function control, including the the same graphical user interface and access to advanced functions. This reliable device can be used for hours with alkaline batteries alone, but can last even longer with the additional car charger.
The Spectra Precision DG613 pipe laser requires little or no training to operate. It is easy to set up and provides full function control either manually or by remote control. Its short learning curve and large graphical user interface makes it simple, safe, and effective to use by anyone on your crew.
Whether you favour the DG813 or DG613 pipe laser, both are available for immediate purchase from our online store. For more information regarding these devices, or to enquire about equipment hire or accessories, contact SEP Geospatial today.