Laser grading eliminates the need for an on-site survey crew. The accuracy of the laser grading box reduces overages by giving precise material estimates. This technology will accommodate your project requirements with your budget in mind. Laser grading eliminates the need for an on-site survey crew. The accuracy of the laser grading box reduces overages by giving precise material estimates. This technology will accommodate your project requirements with your budget in mind.
Deliver more accurate grading results while spending less time and less labor on the job with laser-guided grading. When equipped with the laser control system, grading attachments can achieve near-perfect precision. All it takes is the push of a button! Just one operator can eliminate the use of grade rods and transits to continually check grading progress. Laser-guided grading does the work of an entire survey crew.
When connected with the laser control system, the blade moves up and down automatically to keep the base materials on grade. Setting the unit to cut and fill on grade is as simple as setting the desired slope on the transmitter and adjusting the height of the receiver. Laser transmitters – along with hand-held laser receivers – quickly determine the amount of material that needs to be added or removed from the site. The laser control system delivers not only more accurate finish grading, but also more efficient rough grading, maximizing production while increasing the versatility of grading attachments.
The laser grading box utilizes lasers, machine control technology, and a digital proportional valve to dramatically increase grade accuracy. Using this technology, our operators can reach grade faster and easier. The laser grading box’s accuracy allows for more precise material estimates which reduces overages and saves time.
How It Works
As our operators grades, the laser sensor is mounted on the box’s mast pole to receive the laser beam from a tripod mounted, laser beam,. The pole mounted laser sensor determines the location of the laser beam and transmits the information to the control panel located on the frame of the grading box. The control panel reads the data and sends signals to the hydraulic valve mounted on the grading box. The valve directs the oil to the cylinder, adjusting the box according to the predetermined grade. This process takes place numerous times a second ensuring precise grade consistently level within 1/8″.
- Eliminates subgrade material overages.
- Reduce your concrete waste factor.
- Increase your performance & schedule
- Eliminate a 5 man crew for fine grading.
- No more string lines, rakes, and grade checker
- Achieve flatter, more consistent grades while accelerating your fine grading process
- Increase your profits!
Laser Grading Features:
- Automatic Laser Control: Requires less operator input and provides better accuracy, less operator fatigue and faster travel speed, delivering maximum ease of use and superior production.
- Blade Control: For both the box blade and grader attachments, blade control is offered with either a manual or automatic control option.
- Fingertip Controls: Mounted on the carrier’s steering levers, fingertip controls provide quick and easy access to make elevation changes or switch the automatic function on or off, delivering precise and accurate results with maximum operator comfort.
- Laser Receivers: Provide visible indication of where the blade is relative to the ground.
- Quick Attachment: For ease of use around the jobsite, the laser control system is quickly attached and removed as necessary to complete other worksite operations.