David White Automatic Levels

David White is a leading provider of precision equipment for the surveying, construction and civil engineering markets. David White has a well deserved reputation for designing and manufacturing full-featured and affordable surveying instruments and tools. David White automatic levels are well known for their advanced features, accuracy and reliability. Some of their features and advantages include wire-hung magnetically dampened compensators for superior leveling accuracy, precision controls, sighting scopes, lock-out functionality, bubble vials, infinite tangent screws, and rugged construction that allows them to safely weather the elements. If you're looking for top quality tools you can't go wrong with David White as they manufacture some of the highest quality auto levels that are available on the market today. David White auto-levels are used on job sites every day around the world because they consistently produce the accurate and reliable results that engineers demand.

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David White has over a century of expertise in providing precision instrumentation for the construction and surveying markets. The U.S. based company is recognized worldwide as a leading supplier of top-quality measurement, leveling and layout solutions. David White has earned a well deserved reputation within the surveying and construction industries for their highly precise and cost-effective laser and optical instruments and other related equipment and accessories. Check out the rest of our site to find the lowest prices on more David White equipment including David White total stations, David White theodolites, David White rotating lasers and David White pipe lasers.