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Keson Releases New Line of Laser Tools

October 1, 2001
Keson Industries, Naperville, Ill., released a new line of laser tools: The Keson Infiniter Laser Genus 6150, the Keson Infiniter Laser Genius 3210, the Keson Infiniter Laser Edge 100, the Keson Infiniter Laser Edge 50 and the Keson Infiniter Remote Controlled Level Mate.

The Keson Infiniter Laser Genius 6150 rotates 360 degrees to project red laser lines from two separate laser diodes onto any surface, which allows for precise horizontal and vertical alignment.

The Keson Infiniter Laser Genius 3210 projects a red laser line to allow precise vertical alignment and features a 45 degree laser module that can project laser lines to a roof while automatically compensating by as much as four degrees. It is also self-leveling.

The Keson Infiniter Laser Edge 100 is a laser torpedo level equipped with a magnetic base to hold it securely to any ferrous surface. Three vials angled at 0, 45 and 90 degrees measure slopes at an accuracy to within ¼ inch at 100 feet.

The Laser Edge 50 is an aluminum sub-compact torpedo level with two vials (at 0 and 90 degrees.) The Keson Infiniter Remote Controlled Level Mate features all-directional 360-degree rotation with no offset during rotation.

To learn more about any of these products, visit www.keson.com.