Trimble recently introduced the Spectra Precision Laser LL300 laser level, a laser designed to handle a wide range of general and concrete construction applications. In rain, snow or extreme heat, the LL300 delivers performance, enabling users to dramatically increase productivity. The announcement was made at the World of Concrete.
The self-leveling LL300 is a contractor-grade laser rugged enough for any general contractor to use. With its tough composite material housing, it is capable of surviving a drop of up to 1.0 meters to a hard surface, giving it unmatched durability.
The LL300 is for a variety of general construction and concrete applications, including elevation control across the jobsite, excavations, basic slopes, leveling forms and footers, concrete pours, and 1-meter marks.
Users of the LL300 can customize the laser to their specific needs by choosing between the Spectra Precision Laser HR300 receiver and the Spectra Precision Laser CR600 receiver. The HR300 can be used either as a handheld or rod-mounted unit and is especially suitable for basic elevation control applications. The CR600 is also for longer range leveling and basic machine control applications, with its ability to be used as a handheld, rod-mounted or machine-mounted unit.
The new Spectra Precision Laser LL300 laser level will be available late March 2004 through Trimble’s Construction Instruments distributor network.