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The key to building stud walls is precision
When you’re putting up stud walls, setting out is the first step.
The measurements are crucial for the next stage and must be precise so you can lay the frame perfectly. To do that, you may use a chalk line or builders' line, a rafter square, or a level which can lead to human error and frustrating mistakes that take you back to square one.
Say goodbye to manual solutions and meet the PM 30-MG multiline laser, perfect for rapid and precise placing of timber studs or metal tracks for drywalls on floors, masonry or concrete.
This easy to use, compact line laser offers:
- Precise 360° squaring, levelling and aligning
- Micro-adjustment for easy squaring and fast configuration
- Maximum operating distance: 40 metres (up to 100 metres when connected to the PMA 31G sensor)
- Rechargeable battery (Up to 1.5 days of continuous use)
- Single operator
The PM 30-MG multiline laser is also compatible with many accessories so you can vertically align pipes and cables, line up electric sockets, radiators, suspended ceilings and much more.
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