Bosch Power Tools launches its new range of survey tools in India under the brand CST/berger.
Bosch Power Tools has launched its new range of survey tools under its brand CST/berger, which was acquired by Bosch Power Tools globally in 2008. The acquisition is a unique combination of American invention and German reliability that has helped Bosch Power Tools strengthen its existing range of products in the surveying and measuring tools market. The newly launched products include rotary lasers, theodolites, total stations and magnetic locators, which compliment Bosch Power Tool's existing range of laser levellers, range finders and line lasers.
Used for levelling work, ranging between Rs 50,000 and Rs. 100,000, rotary lasers such as ALVH and ALGR enables dual-slope setting up to ±10 per cent and accurate to 1/100 per cent. Optical levels like PAL22D and PAL24D priced between Rs 15,000-20,000 and theodolites like DGT10, priced at Rs 100,000, cater to solving the requirements of surveying and levelling while total stations like CST 302 R and CST 305 R, priced at Rs 500,000 are ideal for stake out, for data collection on construction sites and for cartography and topographical applications. The tools also comprise pipe lasers priced at Rs 300,000 that offers an accuracy of ten arc second.
The new range comes along with a comprehensive range of accessories, including tripods, rods and prisms, measuring wheels etc, that assist surveyors all over the world with their work. These accessories are available between Rs 5,000 and Rs 40,000. The tools and accessories are available across BSS centres, select retail outlets and shop in shops of Bosch Power Tools.
According to Vijay Pandey, Vice President, Bosch Power Tools India, “The new products represent precision and accuracy - the key strengths of Bosch Measuring Technology. The new tools further compliment our existing range of 300 measuring tools and 700 system products, and have been introduced to optimise efficiency and productivity in the surveying segment. These tools considerably increase Bosch Power Tool's expertise in the construction and land survey sector.”