TopFloor floor lasers are specially developed laser beamers for the projection of virtual, abrasion-resistant line markings on industrial floors, in warehouses or other buildings.
Depending on the installation and structure, TopFloor lasers are specified in laser class 1 or 2 and are therefore harmless to the eye and skin.
The laser unit is mounted overhead on a hall ceiling or wall and draws a clearly visible, wide line of light onto the floor. A TopFloor Laser thus marks walkways, driveways, stop lines or danger areas safely, abrasion-proof and permanently, even in very dusty and dirty environments. Different colours can be used to mark any type of area. Hazardous areas are simply shown in red, footpaths or driveways in green, while blue can be used for markings in buildings, museums or other attention areas.
Application areas of the TopFloor line laser from MediaLas
- Marking of entry bays
- Parking place marking
- Marking of footpaths and driveways
- Prominent representation of escape routes
- Display of pallet locations
- Marking of safety areas
Safety in handling line lasers for floor marking
Surely you have many questions about the application of a line laser. We have put together numerous questions and answers for you. Question not found? You are welcome to contact us.
Frequently asked questions about floor markings with line lasers
Surely you have many questions about the application of a line laser as floor marking. We have put together numerous questions and answers for you. If your question should not be included, please contact us!
Is the length of the laser line adjustable?
In the factory yes, on site no. The line length is determined by the optics used, which are installed and aligned in the factory. Unfortunately this is hardly possible on site.
Who is responsible for the installation?
As a manufacturer of laser devices, we do not carry out industrial installations, nor do we have the necessary personnel for this. The installation of our TopFloor laser units is kept extremely simple: Screw on, plug in, align, finished. If you still need an installation, we offer this service through partner companies
Do I need a laser removal?
If installed correctly (sufficient height), a classification in risk class 2 or less is made. Laser equipment of this laser class requires neither acceptance nor a laser safety officer for operation.