Level Best Laser Grader

Updated Sep 29, 2010

The Level Best laser grading box utilizes lasers, machine control technology, and a digital proportional valve to dramatically increase grade accuracy. Using this technology, operators can reach grade faster and easier. The Level Best laser grading box’s accuracy allows for more precise material estimates which reduces overages and saves time.


How It Works                                                                                                                          The laser machine controls are easy to learn and use. As the operator grades, the system’s receiver detects laser light from a rotating beacon and transmits a signal to the Level Best hydraulic controls. The proportional hydraulic valve uses the signal from the receiver and automatically lowers or raises the grader box to the required grade. Precise finish grade is attained when the on-grade light remains illuminated. The finish grade elevation is consistently level to within 1/4″ or 1/8″, depending on the laser system used and the deadband setting.


The Level Best Advantage                                                                                                                                                                          The Level Best system can grade up to 50,000 square feet in an eight-hour day without need for costly motor-graders, dozers, or tractor-loader backhoes. Other laser techniques require two to three people to achieve finish grade–the Level Best system requires only a single operator.
The laser-controlled hydraulic system is also unique to the Level Best grading system. This hydraulic system utilizes digital-proportional valve bodies for greater accuracy and reliability than other systems on the market.

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