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Borrow a state-of-the-art laser level to make design easier

THE LDC project  has a state-of-the-art laser level to help landholders plan and design surface water management structures.

Managing the flow of water is integral to minimising erosion and enhancing grazing land management, and the laser level will help achieve that.

The laser is an Extreme A3 Mk II Rotary model (pictured).

The manufacturers claim millimetre accuracy at 30m and it has a range of up to 800m.

It can be operated remotely, recharged from a vehicle cigarette lighter point, and tilted to provide automatic grade control (9 degrees either way).

The level can be used by landholders to help them design fencing, gully rehabilitation work, earthworks and surface water management tools.

The LDC team at the Bowen office also has a dumpy level suitable for basic jobs.

Contact a member of the Bowen-based team to arrange to borrow either of the levels.

Rodger Walker

Rodger Walker

Land Management Support Co-ordinator

0408 828 276

 

Brendan Smith

Brendan Smith

Senior Grazing Support Officer

 

0417 408 587

Adrienne Hall

Adrienne Hall

Senior Grazing Support Officer

 

0428 158 859

Matt Miles

Matt Miles

Landscape Remediation Officer

 

0401 552 992

Lisa Hutchinson

Lisa Hutchinson

Senior Project Officer

 

 

0427 594 192

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