The company name “CST” stands for Cheltenham Technology Corporation, which was founded in 1878. The company’s main business is laser light sources (LL) such as lasers, fluorescents and LEDs. Other products include ballasts, controllers and other related technologies.
In 1999 the company acquired the German firm Enercon GmbH & Co KG from Siemens AG. Since then, the company has been expanding its range of products and services.
The company was established in Cheltenham, England in 1878 by William C. Cheltenham and John R. Berghahn. They were joined by another American businessman named Henry M. Curtis in 1903 to form a new company called Enercon Corporation based out of San Antonio, Texas.
Enercon had developed a line of industrial lighting systems. The company was bought by General Electric Company in 1974 and later sold to Westinghouse Electric Corporation in 1987. By 1989, the company was renamed Enercon Corporation and changed its name to GE Lighting Systems. In 2000, it merged with Sylvania Corporation. Today, Enercon is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of industrial lighting equipment and maintains headquarters in Norcross, Georgia.
LL20 – A direct replacement for the old LL15. This unit has a slightly altered spec with a wider laser and longer battery life.
With the same small size this unit is perfect for all general purpose layout tasks.
LL30 – This unit has an extremely long run time of 6 hours and a double sided clamping system (Pipe/Conduit Clamp). The unit also features a keyhole slot on the back for easy wall mounting.
LL32 – This unit has a double sided clamping system (Pipe/Conduit Clamp) and a 6 hour run time. It is perfect for larger layout tasks or where longer run times are needed.
LL33 – The latest in the series of the longest running, best selling laser levels on the market, this unit has an 8 Hour run time and a stick and spin function for vertical layout tasks.
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What should I know about cst/berger laser level?
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When do I need to replace the battery and how to do that? Sebastian says:
Our cst/berger laser levels are perfect for all layout tasks, especially in industrial environments.
Because of their ease of use and long lasting reliability, we have become market leaders in this area.
We manufacture and supply a wide range of cst/berger laser levels. All units are highly durable and come with a carrying case and battery. Batteries are easily replaceable by the user, and we even supply a convertor for mains operation in emergences.
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What is the best laser level on the market right now?
The ll20 is one of the most popular models that we sell, It’s a great tool for all layout tasks.
I don’t really know anything about these things, can you help?
We have experts available to talk you through everything you need to know and supply advice on which unit is best for you.
I’ve used a laser level a few times, what are the main differences between your models?
The main difference between our units and those sold by our competitor is battery life. While other brands need to be charged after only 50-100 hours of use, our models can work for up to 500 hours on just one set of batteries.
What is the “stick and spin” function?
This is a unique feature of our units which enables the laser to be attached to any smooth, solid surface. Then it can be angled to the required position.
How does “multi-level” differ from “vertical”?
Our vertical units can be used on a single, flat surface, such as a wall.
Our “multi-level” units can be used to level anything from a single item, such as a shelf, to an entire room of items.
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