When you need to determine the true horizontal and vertical of a fixed structure, DEWALT® levels are important tools. There are several different types of levels we offer, including box beam, transit and laser levels. Each has their benefits and can be used to help you keep your projects level, whether you're a DIYer or a professional.
Box beam levels have several benefits, including the capability of being magnetic or non-magnetic. Magnetic levels work well in environments where stability against magnetic materials is essential. If, for instance, you need to obtain the true horizontal of the top of a metal door frame, a magnetic box beam level lets you place the level where you need it, and it will hold there. If you don't often work with magnetic materials, however, having this type of level isn't necessary.
Another benefit of box beam levels is their ability to withstand an abusive work environment. These levels can take a beating because of their over-mold caps, metal exterior and die-cast vial holder. This means that you can drop box beam levels over and over again and these DEWALT hand tools will still be accurate within 0.0005 inches.
There are other types of levels besides box beams, including laser and transit levels. Laser DEWALT levels help you measure the true horizontal or vertical of a surface using a red or green laser beam. They can attach to a tripod for stability. Transit levels are used for precise measurements when constructing new buildings and structures.
Whether you want to keep your plumbing level, check the true vertical of a wall or verify the true horizontal of a door frame, DEWALT levels are the tools you need to get the job done right. We offer a number of durable and accurate levels that can help you with different types of jobs.