Empire Level debuts self-calibrating level series

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Empire Level, a division of Milwaukee Tool, introduced the new e105 Series auto-calibrated True Blue Digital Box Levels in January.

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The series features six levels, available in 16”, 24”, 48” and 72” lengths. There are magnetic and non-magnetic versions to choose from.

“Whether the user is double checking that an angle is within code before an inspection, or using the audible indication for hands-free operation, a digital level is in almost every professional’s arsenal of tools because of their incredible versatility and accuracy,” Empire Level senior vice president and general manager Rick Gray said in a statement.

They feature seven measuring display modes, including in degrees, tenths of an inch, and hundreds of an inch. There are also rough-in and inspect modes, helpful for code-specific applications such as ADA ramps or entrances. Traditional liquid vials are incorporated.

All levels feature an audio indicator that sounds a continuous tone when level, dual backlit displays and a hold function that allows the user to lock measurements in position for verification.

The levels run on AA batteries and are IP65 rated for dust and water protection. A lifetime warranty backs the frame and vials.

Prices for the e105 series range from $99 to $199.

For more, visit www.empirelevel.com.

This article originally appeared in the February 2017 issue.

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