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INTRODUCTION TO LEVELS

Every year, construction rework costs the industry millions in time and materials, which underlines the importance of getting the job done right the first time. In many cases achieving good results is a matter of accuracy. For instance, if a mason's level measuring the trueness of 100ft. wall is off just a fraction of an inch, the inaccuracy will be exponential and significant in the end. Empire realized how important accuracy is, and that's why they are the industry leader in accurate levels. No other manufacturer uses ACM™, and can guarantee their vials to be accurate to within 0.0005''. When accuracy matters, Empire is the obvious choice.

BOX LEVELS
Preferred by carpenters, masons and tile setters, these levels are great for rugged everyday use. When cut in half, you can see where the box level gets its name from.
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DIGITAL LEVELS
A digital laser level is used when you need to accurately extending your level capabilities. The Empire Digital Viewing System allows for best industry accuracy on the job site.
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MASONRY LEVELS
These solid levels are chosen by concrete professionals and masons everywhere and have proven to be tough and more accurate than standard wood levels.
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I-BEAM LEVELS
Strong and durable levels built for light to medium applications. The ''I'' beam gets its name due to its shape. When cut in half the body forms an ''I''.
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TORPEDO LEVELS
Compact and strong, these levels are ideal for working in tight places on any job site. Because of their size, they are easy to carry and store.
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POST LEVELS
Specialty levels for establishing plumb or level on decks, fences and support poles.
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BOX LEVELS

 

DIGITAL LEVELS
  • SOUL OF A BUILDER SINCE 1919
    • 1919
    • 1922
      1922
      Adjustable level
      invented by Empire
    • 1935
      1935
      First torpedo level
    • 1956
      1956
      Empire introduces
      Extruded Aluminum levels
    • 1965
      1965
      Empire invents the
      Magnetic level
    • 1967
      1967
      Mono Vial
      revolutionizes
      the industry
    • 1978
      1978
      Empire develops
      Polycast® levels
    • 1994
      1994
      Titan Box level
      is introduced
    • 2004
      2004
      Empire introduces
      True Blue®
    • 2005
      2005
      e70 is
      introduced
    • 2006
      2006
      em71 is
      introduced
    • 2007
      2007
      e50 is
      introduced
    • 2009
      2009
      True Blue® e100
      is introduced
    • 2013
      2013
      True Blue® Second Generation e2G Introduced