Milwaukee® is an industry leader in pneumatic, corded and cordless power tools. Complementing this line of equipment are several Milwaukee hand tools that enhance the company's reputation for quality, precision and reliability.
The company's layout tools include Milwaukee box levels and torpedo levels with precision-milled edges for long-lasting accuracy, as well as high-contrast bubble vials that are visible in any alignment position. The box levels come in several lengths appropriate for any layout, whether squaring up kitchen cabinets or aligning roof trussing. Milwaukee box levels have ALL-METAL BACKBONES™ to maintain their precision over time and to keep bubble-vial housings secure. The company uses SHARPSITE™ Vial technology to manufacture impact-resistant bubble-vial windows that retain their clarity over time. All box levels have dual-end vials so you can read vertical alignments whether you're standing at the top or bottom of a ladder. Many Milwaukee box levels also have measuring surfaces containing rare earth magnets for maximum holding power.
Milwaukee levels also include billet and reamer-style torpedo levels, with horizontal, vertical and 45-degree bubble vials. These torpedo levels give electricians and plumbers added convenience besides precision and are ideal complements to more inclusive Milwaukee hand-tool sets. Billet-type Milwaukee torpedo levels have grooves milled into their top and back sides so they can rest on either large or small-diameter pipe. Laser-etched, ruled edges allow for hands-free measurement. Some billet torpedo levels have 360-degree adjustable vials so you can mark any layout angle for alignment. Reamer-type Milwaukee torpedo levels have milled-edge and integrated deburring channels for reaming PVC pipe up to six inches in diameter. All torpedo levels have magnetized measuring surfaces for maximum holding power on steel conduit.
Milwaukee levels are the essential first step in most project work. They provide the layout accuracy and reliability that let all Milwaukee tools do their job correctly on the job site. One look at the specs and design of box-beam and torpedo levels from Milwaukee will convince you to add them to your tool arsenal.