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Tripods, Rods, and Accessories

A selection of sturdy quality poles, tripods, rods and adaptors for your surveying equipment. If you are not sure about compatibility with equipment please contact our helpful staff who will be able to advise on the correct adaptor/stand.

  1. LaserLine Laser Rod 10' + inches cut/fill only - GR1000ICF

    LaserLine Laser Rod 10' + inches cut/fill only - GR1000ICF

    $189.00

    The Direct Reading or True Elevation (also known as Lenker style) is a grade rod with a movable tape face allowing you to set the actual benchmark elevation, or any elevation, above or below the bench into the rod. The actual true elevation above sea level is read on these rods, thus eliminating errors caused by adding or subtracting. Since NO math is involved, grade shots are much faster than conventional style rods. Learn More
  2. LaserLine Laser Rod 3 meter + cut/fill - GR1000MCF

    LaserLine Laser Rod 3 meter + cut/fill - GR1000MCF

    $189.00

    The Direct Reading or True Elevation (also known as Lenker style) is a grade rod with a movable tape face allowing you to set the actual benchmark elevation, or any elevation, above or below the bench into the rod. The actual true elevation above sea level is read on these rods, thus eliminating errors caused by adding or subtracting. Since NO math is involved, grade shots are much faster than conventional style rods. Learn More
  3. LaserLine Laser Rod 15' + 10ths w/Cut & Fill - GR1450

    LaserLine Laser Rod 15' + 10ths w/Cut & Fill - GR1450

    $265.50

    The Direct Reading or True Elevation (also known as Lenker style) is a grade rod with a movable tape face allowing you to set the actual benchmark elevation, or any elevation, above or below the bench into the rod. The actual true elevation above sea level is read on these rods, thus eliminating errors caused by adding or subtracting. Since NO math is involved, grade shots are much faster than conventional style rods.

     

    Laser Version - has track for detector

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