Survipod Boltfix Surveying Device Platform / Monopod Setting Out Tool

    By Survipod | Mfr#: | Tiger#: TS94659
    • Survipod Boltfix Monopod Setting Out Tool SURBOLTFIX
    • Survipod Boltfix with Mounted Theodolite
    • Top Thread of the Survipod Boltfix

    Highlights

    • More stable and secure than traditional tripods
    • Bolts to concrete and steel surfaces
    • Made of extremely durable mild steel
    • Weighs only 24 lbs (11 kg)
    • Height: 1.45 meters (57 in)
    • Outside Diameter Tube: 76mm
    More Product Details What's Included
    List Price: $721.50
    $555.00
    You Save: $166.50 - 23%
    Ships Out Within: 10 - 14 Business Days

    Overview for Survipod Boltfix Surveying Device Platform / Monopod Setting Out Tool

    The Survipod Boltfix Boltfix Surveying Device Platform / Monopod is an increasingly popular mounting tool that lets you directly bolt surveying instruments like total stations and theodolites to any horizontal steel or concrete surface. 

    Why Survipod Boltfix: Designed as a more secure and stable alternative to traditional tripods, the Survipod Boltfix is virtually impossible to knock over, protecting your expensive equipment from damage. Unlike tripods, it’s not susceptible to small movements that can affect surveying quality. It also lessens the chances of instrument theft in busy public areas.

    How to Use: The Survipod Boltfix is less complicated to set up than traditional tripods. Once you have a good spot for mounting the instrument, bolt the Survipod Boltfix on flat steel or concrete surface using bolt screws (not included). Then tightly screw the instrument to the stainless steel upper thread. The monopod design of this surveying pole also makes it a lot easier than tripods to carry from one area to another.

    The Survipod Boltfix Boltfix Surveying Device Platform / Monopod provides tremendous value to the overall construction project. With it, your team can cut back on setup time, ensure consistency in results, and keep surveying instruments secure. It's a great investment for surveying companies, formwork and shoring contractors, steel erectors, railway monitoring engineers, and anyone who needs a stable and durable setting out tool.