Whether you’re pouring a floor, a sidewalk, a foundation or a ramp, a good level is essential to doing the job right. In fact, there are so many uses for levels you’ll probably want to have several in your toolbox.

Spirit Levels

The workhorse is the familiar spirit level with vials that indicate level and plumb and can be ordered with options like a 45° indicator, magnets for extra convenience when working with metal components like studs, beams or piping, and added durability features for heavy-duty use. Spirit levels are made from a variety of materials including aluminum, plastic, wood, cast iron and composite materials.

Electronic Digital Levels for Slope Accuracy

Many, if not most concrete and masonry work requires setting a certain amount of slope for drainage or other needs. That’s when a level with an inclinometer comes in handy. Some spirit levels have slope markings, but for real accuracy you can’t beat an electronic digital level. Their readout takes the guesswork out of setting a slope. Extra features include magnets for hands-free use and backlit LCD screens for use in low light areas.

Crick Spirit Level

Ace Cutting Equipment and Supplies has contractor-grade levels for all your building needs. The Crick 3-piece level is a rugged spirit level for everyday use. Hardened 16-gauge steel bindings and end caps stand up to the roughest working conditions and its thick, chemically-tempered lenses are easily replaced if the need arises. These American-made levels are guaranteed accurate to .015” over the length of the level. They’re available in 2, 4 and 6 foot lengths.

SmartTool Digital Level

When the job calls for 100% accuracy of level, plumb, or slope, the SmartTool Digital Level is the choice of pros in all contracting fields. Its simple design and ease of use make working with it a breeze. It has an angle sensor inclinometer module and both level and plumb spirit levels built into a nearly indestructible aluminum frame with durable plastic end caps for extra protection against drop damage. Extra features include freezable display readings, audible level and plumb indicators, and selectable display readings in inches, feet, degrees and percentage. It’s available in 2 and 4 foot lengths and comes with a rugged nylon carrying case.

Stabila Digital Level

For precise measurement like that needed for ADA ramp slope compliance, the Stabila Digital Level is the perfect choice. Its dual illuminated front and top screens are easy to read from any angle and in any light conditions. Five display modes instantly convert measurements to any scale to determine rise and run, percent and degree of slope, and other essential specifications. It has simple one-button calibration and audible indicators for sight-free use. 24 and 48 inch models come with a carrying case for safe, easy handling.

Conclusion

Whatever your leveling needs may be, equipment and tools from Ace Cutting Equipment are your choice for top-quality preparation and finishing. Our people know how to match tools and products to your project’s needs. We have over 100 years’ combined work experience at your service to help in choosing the right tools for your job. Give us a call at (888) 283-2597 or email steve@acecutting.com and we will gladly help with any questions you may have.

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