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Pacific PLS480 PLS Plane Laser

    Pacific PLS480 PLS Plane Laser
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    ITS Order Reference: PACPLS480
    £479.99SAVE £180.00
    £299.99 ex VAT (£359.99 inc VAT)
    In Stock Order within 16 Hours and 36 Minutes for earliest standard delivery on: Thursday, 25th of May
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    Product Description

    Model Number: PLS480

    Self levelling Pacific PLS 480 plane laser with square and horizontal layout and plumb bob.

    Accuracy: +/- 3mm over 18m
    Range: 61m (200ft)
    Levelling range: 6 degrees
     

    Includes:

    Pouch
    Magnetic wall bracket
    Floor stand
    Carry case
    Batteries

    Specification

    • Laser TypeMulti-Line
    • Working Range30m
    • Indoor Visibility Range30m
    • Exterior Visibility Range60m (with detector)
    • Accuracy Range+/- 0.16mm/m
    • Number of Lines Generated3
    • Number of Dots Generated1
    • Protection ClassIP54
    • Operating Temperature Range-18°C - 50°C
    • Self LevellingYes
    • Self Levelling Range+/- 6°
    • Lines AxisHorizontal
      Vertical
      Cross
    • Line ColourRed Line Colour
    • Internal/ExternalSuitable for Internal Use & External Use (With Detector)
    • Laser Class635-670Nm Class II
    • Detector CompatibleYes
    • Batteries3 x AA Batteries
    • Run Time (approx)+25 Hours
    • Tripod Mount Thread1/4"
    • Case TypeIncludes Carry Case
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    Warranty

    3 year manufacturer’s warranty from date of purchase 

    There is no need to register.

    PLS warranties are handled by PLS themselves. Please contact a member of their team on: 01256 320 205

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    Pacific PLS480 Reviews

    5/5
    (3 customer review/s)
    1. Merik London
      05 September 2016
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      "Fully self leveling square, level and plumb reference designed for concrete, foundations, walls, square on slope and horizontal-level benchmarks. Great tool for every job!"
    2. Michael Heathrow
      23 August 2016
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      "The Bottom Line The PLS480 makes for speedy and accurate layout, and I would recommend it to anyone does concrete formwork, framing, remodeling, finish work, or flooring (like tile)."
    3. Danny London
      23 August 2016
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      " I work for a building company and our crew forms foundations, frames, and does exterior finish—and we use the PLS 480 all the time. We don’t use it to square footings (long tapes are fine for that) but we do use it to shoot square layout for the stem wall. The tools is fast and accurate, and a time saver on stepped foundations, where we can place the laser on a tripod at the lowest step, mark our way up along the projected line, and then connect the dots. The PLS 480 is good for producing square on foundations for mudsills. It speeds up the work and makes for a squarer frame and better looking finish floors—we’ve had flooring contractors remark on how square our layout is. The tool comes in handy for framing walls up to vaulted ceilings. We can align a vertical beam with the snapped floor layout and follow the beam up to where it hits the rafters. The projected beam across the rafters will be a straight and directly above (plumb) the floor layout. There’s no need to transfer layout to the ceiling. We can get up there and nail the plate so it aligns with the edge of the beam. We use the horizontal beam to project level: for installing windows, shooting in deck posts and porch columns, and getting stud heights on uneven concrete. "

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