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Box, I-Beam & Torpedo Levels

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Box, I-beam, and torpedo levels set their flat base against surfaces and indicate in spirit-filled bubble vials whether surfaces are horizontally even (level) and vertically straight (plumb). An air pocket moves within each vial to take a reading and will settle in the center if a surface is level or plumb. Their frame resists impacts and protects the vials from damage.
Vial Readability (Level)

Standard Box Levels

Standard Box Levels
Standard box levels have a long frame with flat ends and square edges that provide better protection of the spirit vials, greater durability, and more resistance to twisting and bending than I-beam levels. Their frame length allows more accurate readings across longer distances than the shorter frame of torpedo levels.

24 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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48 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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58 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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72 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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78 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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96 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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Magnetic Box Levels

Magnetic Box Levels
Magnetic box levels stick to steel, cast iron, and other ferrous metal surfaces to provide readings while keeping hands free to reposition components and materials. They are commonly used when leveling metal pipe, ducts, studs, doors, windows, and shelves. Their frame is long with flat ends and square edges that provide better protection of the spirit vials, greater durability, and more resistance to twisting and bending than the flanged frame of I-beam levels. Its length allows more accurate readings across longer distances than shorter frame of torpedo levels.

24 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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48 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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59 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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72 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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78 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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Standard I-Beam Levels

Standard I-Beam Levels
Standard I-beam levels have a long, flanged frame that makes them lighter and easier to grip than box levels. Their frame length allows more accurate readings across longer distances than the shorter frame of torpedo levels.

12 in Length

Level, Plumb & 45° angle Vials

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24 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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Level, Plumb & 45° angle Vials

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48 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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Level, Plumb & 45° angle Vials

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72 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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Magnetic I-Beam Levels

Magnetic I-Beam Levels
Magnetic I-beam levels stick to steel, cast iron, and other ferrous metal surfaces to provide readings while keeping hands free to reposition components and materials. They are commonly used when leveling metal pipe, ducts, studs, doors, windows, and shelves. Their flanged frame makes them lighter and easier to grip than box levels, and its length allows more accurate readings across longer distances than the shorter frame of torpedo levels.

24 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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Level, Plumb & 45° angle Vials

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48 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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78 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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Standard Torpedo Levels

Standard Torpedo Levels
Standard torpedo levels have a short frame with tapered ends to take readings in spaces that are too small for box and I-beam levels. Their compact size also allows storing them in tool boxes and tool bags for transport and protection.

8 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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Magnetic Torpedo Levels

Magnetic Torpedo Levels
Magnetic torpedo levels stick to steel, cast iron, and other ferrous metal surfaces to provide readings while keeping hands free to reposition components and materials. They are commonly used by plumbers and electricians when leveling metal pipe and conduit. Their frame is short with tapered ends to take readings in spaces that are too small for box and I-beam levels. Its compact size also allows storing in tool boxes and tool bags for transport and protection.

6 in Length

Level, Plumb, 45° angle & 30° angle Vials

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6-1/4 in Length

Level, Plumb, 45° angle & 30° angle Vials

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6-1/2 in Length

Level, Plumb, 45° angle & 30° angle Vials

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7 in Length

Level, Plumb & 45° angle Vials

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9 in Length

Level, Plumb & 45° angle Vials

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Level, Plumb, 45° angle & 30° angle Vials

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10 in Length

Level & Plumb Vials

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Level, Plumb & 45° angle Vials

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Level, Plumb, 45° angle & 30° angle Vials

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12 in Length

Level, Plumb & 45° angle Vials

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Extendable Plate Levels

Extendable Plate Levels
Extendable plate levels have an extra-long frame and a slide-out rail for additional reach to plumb walls, doors, windows, and cabinets and to level planks, floor boards, and forms. Also known as plate-to-plate levels, they have removable standoffs to work around braces, framing, uneven lath, and surface irregularities. Their frame is reinforced, their vials are bonded to the frame, and their rails lock into position to maintain accurate measurements.

Aluminum

Side Read Only

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Top & Side Read

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Level Sets

Level Sets
Sets include multiple levels in different lengths to accommodate a range of jobs. Shorter levels fit into tighter spaces and are more portable than longer levels, which provide more accurate leveling and plumbing of longer surfaces.

Aluminum

Top & Side Read

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