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Leica

Built with cast-aluminum housings, the new Leica Piper 100 and 200 pipe lasers are designed for use in storm sewer, sanitary sewer and gravity-flow pipe installations.  A large, easy-to-read display provides grade, line position, battery status and level indication.

March 01, 2007

Leica pipe laserBuilt with cast-aluminum housings, the new Leica Piper 100 and 200 pipe lasers are designed for use in storm sewer, sanitary sewer and gravity-flow pipe installations.  A large, easy-to-read display provides grade, line position, battery status and level indication. The Piper’s bright, visible beam is focused to maintain a crisp, clear spot and large size over long distances. According to Leica, the new pipe lasers have an automatic grade-compensation feature that identifies and corrects grade errors, and it automatically self-levels over a full grade range. The Piper also incorporates Leica’s Alignmaster function, a patented automatic targeting system that searches and finds the target to facilitate second-day setups.

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