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3.2m_elevating_tripod.jpgSo you need a big tripod? Or a small one? 0.9m to 3.2m!                      

 

TRP-58F Aluminium Survey Tripod

 

Most commonly used for Autolevels 

Light to carry and suitably sturdy

5kg's or 4kg's 

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Heavy Duty Wooden Tripod

 

Most commonly used for Total Stations and Theodolites

Very strong and sturdy design

7.5kg's

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Medium Duty Wooden Tripod

 

Most commonly used for Autolevels

Excellent for working in windy conditions.

8kg's

CURRENTLY ON SPECIAL! PHONE FOR EXCELLENT RATES!

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Elevating Tripods 0.9m, 1.5m, 2.3m & 3.2m - Heavy Duty

 

Most commonly used for Laser Levels

Excellent for moving up and down to your datum line for transferring lines around a room or building, or building site, no awkward extending of legs.

Extends to 0.9m, 1.5m, 2.9m and 3.2m 

Heavy duty and excellent quality.

5kg's - 8.5kg's

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Elevating Laser Tripods

 

Most commonly used for Multi Line Lasers & Laser Distance Meters.

New and improved sturdy design

Also available, a tilting head Tripod for Laser Distance Meters and cameras.

Comes with free carry bag for your convenience

2.5kg's

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Please have a look below or email us if you require further information on this range of products and survey instruments Western Cape.

 
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