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Level Measurement Devices At Prices You Can Afford

Industries of all kinds rely on the accurate measurement of levels to ensure safe and efficient operations.

The accuracy required in any sort of build or project is critical for structural integrity and safety. The old line or string level technique cannot always be guaranteed as not enough tension, or movement caused by external forces can provide wrong results and jeopardise the job at hand.

Save yourself measuring twice and get accurate and easy to use equipment built for your job needs. At Junction Tools Supplies, we have the best measuring tools on the market that suits all needs, big or small.

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Dial Indicators

Dial indicators are precise measuring instruments used to accurately measure small linear distances or angles.

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laser levels

Laser levelling devices are a tool used in a range of industries who are required to take accurate measurements.

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Ideal for all trades and industries, levels provide accurate, consistent measurement of distances With a bubble of air inside a vial of encased liquid, the level will determine whether a surface is horizontal (level) or vertical (plumb).

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Markers & Crayons

Perfect for builders, landscapers, tilers, concreters and many more trades, industrial markers, crayons and pencils are designed to be durable and resistant to wear and tear.

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Marking Paints, Dyes & Inks

Our Marking range provides solutions for all marking needs through high quality products that offer a professional finish for both permanent and temporary markings every time.

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Measuring Equipment

Measuring equipment is anything used to take a count of quantitative data, such as weight, length, time, depth, pressure, voltage or temperature.

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Safety & marking Stencils

Reusable stencil sets are a cost-effective way to maintain facilities, signage and important safety messages around worksites and buildings.

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Tape Measures
Tape Measures

Tape measures are a staple in everyone’s toolbox. This portable tool has marks, which provide you with imperial or metric measurements or both as its gauge.

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Our Range Of Measuring Devices Includes

  • Levelling devices
  • Levelling laser
  • Self-levelling laser
  • Measuring tape
  • Digital measuring tool
  • Angle measuring tools
  • Dial Indicators
  • Hand Measuring Tools such as engineer’s levels, combination sets, callipers, rulers, depth gauges
  • T squares
  • Drill gauges
  • Vee Blocks
  • Bore gauges
  • Protractors
  • Measuring wheels
  • Tape Measures


You may have the finest cutting and shaping tools money can buy, but if you don’t measure and mark precisely, your project will run the risk of not being up to scratch. This wastes valuable time and money.

Understanding how to measure and mark-out materials, and which tools to use to do it with, is a crucial early step. We have a range of carpenter’s pencils and tip makers to make your project more precise.

Carpenter’s pencils – These pencils always create a sharp, crisp line. With the exception of some metals and polished or glazed surfaces, almost any material can be marked out. The pencil leaves a clear visible line irrespective of material or grain.

Tip Markers – Markers, also known as Sharpies, has many uses from writing labels on paint cans and boxes, to drawing on tile, glass, metal, or rough lumber. The ultra-fine point is about the thickness of a ballpoint pen line and is used when accuracy counts. Fine point markers are thicker than ultra-fine point markers. Fine point markers are most useful for making permanent notes on your project or labelling objects.

Whether you are measuring distances with laser measurers, or finding the right angle with levels we have a reliable product for your measuring needs. We understand a wide range of industries and applications, so if you need help finding the right levelling devices for your job don’t hesitate to contact us. We have a wide range of products at your doorstep.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you read measurement tape?

From DIY projects to professional jobs, learning how to read a tape measure is invaluable. There are imperial and metric units, with some containing both. Whether counting in whole inches or splitting them into fractions, it’s simple to keep track. Two marks define one inch: the first and last denote exact measurements, while those placed halfway between on either side mark 1/2″, with further fractional lengths slotted in-between at quartered intervals.

What is the difference between a measuring tape and a tape measure?

A tape measure is invaluable for any project requiring precise measurements. A measuring tape is a flexible ruler that allows you to accurately measure between two points – whether it’s something around the house or distance in nature. Tape measures provide an easy and efficient way to accurately measure objects or spaces, making them important tools for DIY enthusiasts looking to craft with precision.

What is a digital tape measure?

A digital tape measure is a revolutionary tool that makes it simpler than ever to get precise measurements. With readings accurate down to1.5mm, you can be sure your projects are coming together with precision and accuracy without the hassle of traditional measuring methods.

What is a measuring dial indicator?

A dial indicator is an instrument with either jewelled or plain bearings, precisely finished gears, pinions, and other precision parts designed to produce accurate measurements. It is possible to take measurements in micron range.

How to use a Laser Level.
  1. Set up the laser level on a tripod or flat surface.
  2. If it is a manual level, you must ensure the bubble vials show level. Find the small screws near the vial. Adjust them until the bubble’s vials show level.
  3. Turn on the laser level.
  4. If it is a self-leveling model, allow it a moment to self-level itself.
  5. The unit emits a laser showing level either on a wall or across an outdoor workspace (depending on the type of laser level, it could be a dot, multiple line or rotary laser showing level at 360 degrees horizontally or vertically).
  6. You may use a laser detector to intercept the laser if there’s no wall to “catch” it (typically outdoors).
  7. Connect the detector to a measuring rod.
  8. Adjust the detector up and down the rod until you hear beeping. This means the detector has found the laser.
  9. You have found level. Secure the detector to the rod and make measurements as necessary.
What is a Caliper used to measure?

A caliper is a type of measuring tool that measures the distance between two opposite sides of an object. Calipers are meant for measuring thicknesses and internal or external diameters inaccessible to a scale.

What is a depth gauge used for?

A depth gage is a very common hand tool used to inspect the depth of holes, slots, counterbores, recesses or the distance from one surface to another.

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