Finish Floor Markers for Construction Sites
Protect your work and avoid costly mistakes on the building site.
Do finish floor levels (FFL) or axis give you trouble on construction sites?
These points, marked with pencil or nails can be hard to find, be confused by other markings or can disappear.
When this happens serious problems can arise such as:
- Workers coming after the surveyors, can no longer find the finish floor level.
- Screeding (or subfloor) laid too low or too high.
- Windows and doors can be hung at the wrong height.
- Various installations are not built in where they belong.
In construction, a datum point is a known point of reference on the basis of which further measurements or analysis can be made. The point can be based on the finished floor level, an existing building or a benchmark.
Rothbucher Systeme’s RS11 Finish Floor Markers are the best way to maintain precision through any project’s entire life cycle
Rothbucher Systems Finish Floor Markers offers a solution for these issues to document, verify and protect the work on the construction site and avoid costly mistakes. Millions of these markers are already in use around the world and brought a new standard to construction sites.
To create a clear over view for Finish Floor Level (FFL) we recommend fixing a network of reference points on following places such as staircases, elevator shafts and several on each floor.
From these permanent reference points the Finish Floor Level (FFL) can be transferred to any point where it’s needed.
For accurate transfer of Finish Floor Level (FFL) with levels our Finished Floor Markers has the option of placing a rule on the ledge of the benchmark.
Construction Finish Floor Marker
- For construction without plaster work.
- To ensure the security of the surveyed measurements.
- To ensure the security of established height ratios.
- For use in door and window frames.
- To ensure the security of axes.
- Mounted in the form work with negative imprint in the concrete.