Milwaukee® Empire® 581-36 580 Magnetic I-Beam Level, 36 in L, 3 Vials, Aluminum, (1) Level, (2) Plumb Vial Position, 0.001 in Accuracy

20221103 MFG #: 581-36
  • Type: Magnetic, Magnetic Tradesman's
  • Series: 580
  • Accuracy: 0.001
  • Length: 36
  • Width: 1, 2-1/4
  • Height: 2-1/2
  • Number of Vials: 3
  • Vial Positions: (1) Level, (2) Plumb
  • Vial Material: Acrylic
  • Vial Type: Top Read, Top-Read
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Color: Blue
Milwaukee® Empire® I-Beam Level, Magnetic, Series: 580, 0.001 in Accuracy, 36 in Length, 2-1/4 in Width, 3 Vials, Vial Positions: (1) Level, (2) Plumb, Acrylic Vial, Top Read Vial, Aluminum, Blue
  • Advanced frame design assures accuracy
  • Durable acrylic vial
  • Advanced frame desig
  • Top read window for better viewing
  • Top read window for
  • Impact resistant endcaps protect frame and vials
  • Beveled end caps protect vials from shock
  • High strength magnetic edge for hands free use on pipe and other materials
  • Beveled end caps pro
  • Magnetic edge for hands-free work on ferrous surfaces
  • Magnetic edge for ha
  • Ergonomic, grip zones enhance comfort and portability
  • Hang hole for ease of storage
  • V-Groove for stability when working with pipe and conduit
  • Top read window provides clear overhead viewing
  • All metal frame to survive harsh jobsite conditions
Advanced frame design assures accuracy
Durable acrylic vial
• Advanced frame design assures accuracy
Top read window for better viewing
• Top read window for better viewing
Impact resistant endcaps protect frame and vials
Beveled end caps protect vials from shock
High strength magnetic edge for hands free use on pipe and other materials
• Beveled end caps protect vials from shock
Magnetic edge for hands-free work on ferrous surfaces
• Magnetic edge for hands-free work on ferrous surfaces
Ergonomic, grip zones enhance comfort and portability
Hang hole for ease of storage
V-Groove for stability when working with pipe and conduit
Top read window provides clear overhead viewing
All metal frame to survive harsh jobsite conditions