The McGARF Wall/Back-Mounting Alignment Laser MK4 has been designed for use in drives/drifts that extend beyond the scope of the McGARF Alignment Laser.
- Size 150mm long x 34mm diameter
- Anodised Aluminium Housing
- 3 x Class 3A Lasers
- Remote control on switch
- Timed off switch
- Dust & water resistant
- Coarse/fine adjustments
- Lightweight; ~ <800g
The instrument can be fixed either on the back, on a curve or on the side wall, preferably at least 3 metres off the ground to protect it from being damaged.
The instrument has a coarse adjustment and a fine adjustment facility which makes it very easy to set up the line and grade.
It also has two lasers which are used for auditing purposes. One laser points to the back and the other to the opposite wall. Where they strike, the surfaces are marked by the surveyor and can then be used as a check to make sure that the instrument has not been knocked off line.
The main beam is set to come on for approximately 6 minutes and it will automatically turn off, the other two beams come on for 60 seconds, thus saving battery life. It can be easily reactivated if still needed.
The battery can be replaced when flat without removing the instrument from the wall.
The McGarf Wall/Back-Mounting Alignment Laser is remotely controlled by a hand-held transmitter with a range of up to 60 metres.
The advantage of this instrument is that it can be relocated easily and does not require the use of a cumbersome 12V car battery.
Carry case included.
Available for use in Australia.
Price (including Remote Control and angle bracket) POA
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