SmartTool 93975 Gen2 ADA Digital Level Slope Walker with Case - 16"

    By SmartTool | Mfr#: 93975 | Tiger#: TS91671
    • ADA Digital Slope Walker with Carrying Case SMA93975


    • High accuracy up to 0.3% or 1/10 of a degree  
    • Consistent readings when rotated 
    • Design saves back and knees 
    • For people with or without disabilities 
    • Two-pivoting feet with 12-inch spacing 
    • Audible beep at any angle 
    • 500 hours run time 
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    Overview for SmartTool 93975 Gen2 ADA Digital Level Slope Walker with Case - 16"

    The SmartTool Gen2 ADA Digital Slope Walker with Case is a highly accurate digital level specifically designed for ADA applications. The SmartTool is the only digital level with many years of historical use when accurately gauging ADA compliance. 

    Accuracy Above All The SmartTool ADA Slope Walker is exceptionally accurate to 0.1 - far superior to other digital levels that can be 1% off or more when rotated 180 degrees. Readings are displayed in the auto-flip LCD screen in degrees, percent slope, or inches per foot. Its two pivoting feet are set 12 inches apart to provide stable readings. 

    Multiple Benefits Aside from being accurate and consistent, this digital level is designed for everyone. Primarily used when standing, you can also use the SmartTool from a wheelchair or by people with disabilities. Thanks to its removable handle, this SmartTool also protects the user's back and knees by eliminating the need for bending and kneeling when measuring slopes. 

    The SmartTool ADA Digital Walker with Carrying Case has a track record of more than two decades of national historical use on ensuring ADA compliance of important building structures. These structures include ramps, pathways within facilities, entrances and exits, floor surfaces in restrooms, and parking spaces. Because of its precision and accuracy, the DOJ, ADA, and FHA court cases accept results taken by the device.