Whether you are lining up cabinetry or installing fixtures, self-leveling lasers are essential tools for faster alignment. Discover the top applications for PLS products in this handy comparison chart:
|APPLICATION||Line Laser Level||Line / Point Laser Level||Rotary Laser Level||Optical Level||Laser Distance Meter|
|Acoustic ceiling installation||PLS 180 & PLS 360||HVL 100, PLS 4 & PLS 480||HDR 1000, HR505 & HR1000|
|External excavation||PLS 24X||PLS 1|
|Electrical ceiling installation|
|Electrical chase, strut, conduit|
|Finish carpentry||PLS 180 & PLS 360||HVL 100, PLS 4 & PLS 480|
|Floor / Tile installation||FT90||PLS 1|
|HVAC / Mechanical layout & install|
|Interior / Exterior painting|
|Setting / Leveling foundation||PLS 24X||PLS 1|
|Steel / Wood stud framing|
The right laser tools can help you determine existing conditions and lay out cabinetry fixtures, backsplash, mirrors, lights, tile, windows and more.
How to use PLS laser tools for metal stud and wood framing layout projects. With the PLS 5 and our unique pendulum target or our PLS 480 with universal adapter, you can layout 90-degree angles in a fraction of the time. No more 3-4-5. Place your PLS laser directly over the outside edge of your bottom and top track.
With a PLS laser tools and a little thought, you can reduce your layout time dramatically. Use your PLS 3, PLS 4, or the PLS 180 laser to determine reference points and lines down and up for each light, per dimensioned plans. How much time would it take you to lay out 50 lights in a vaulted ceiling with two people and a plumb bob? Install conduit, raceways, fixtures, and more.
Use our PLS 360, HVR 505 Red or Green Rotary Lasers or our PLS 180 to lay out T bar and grid. One button gives your self-leveling laser a complete level laser line or reference all around the room.
Get a perfect square for floor and tile layout by using PLS laser tools. With a lightweight and durable cast aluminum housing, the PLS FT 90 gets the job done! Also, consider our PLS 180 and HVL 100 for floor and wall layout.
PLS tools measure vertical heights far easier than traditional tapes. HVAC contractors can easily take volume measurements and drywall contractors can estimate board feet to eliminate waste materials.