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All posts tagged cst/berger

CST Berger 5″ Digital Theodolite 56-DGT10

September 10, 2012

The CST Berger 56-DGT10 5″ Digital Theodolite serves in the emetics engineer industry as it  collects and assists in spatial data infrastructures. Geomatic engineers commonly use a wide variety of technologically advanced tools, which are employed to distance meter a total station. The theodolite 56-DGT10 is designed to assess directional controls throughout tunnel excavation, precise marking, and  alignment in ...

CST Berger Electronic LCD Dial-In Horizontal/Vertical Self-Leveling Interior/Exterior Rotary Laser 57-ALGRPKG

August 27, 2012

CST/Berger is known for its superior leveling and precision technical equipment throughout the construction and tool industry. This packaged kit is no exception to the high standards CST/Berger has always strived to maintain. The  CST Berger 57-ALGRPKG Electronic LCD Dial-In Horizontal/Vertical Self-Leveling Interior/Exterior Rotary Laser is an electronic self leveler, which showcases the products ability to ...

CST/Berger: Today

July 10, 2012

The union between Berger Instruments to Chicago Steel Tape came when CST acquired Berger specifically for its precision optical instruments. The owner, Dennis Nardini, an Italian kid from a Chicago Heights neighborhood known as Hunger Hill, was responsible for engineering the acquisition. Years later, he would be there to announce Stanley Tool’s acquisition of his Chicago ...

C.L. Berger: A History

July 1, 2012

There were many great men that initially came to America in pursuit of an opportunity to reach out and grab something, that something being success, and it was an opportunity that they would never be offered in Europe where dreams of owning property or intellectual property seemed hopeless and futile. Many of these immigrants had ...

Chicago Steel Tape: A History

June 26, 2012

Daniel M Wheeler was born in Massachusetts in 1846 and grew to be a civil engineer who designed various bridges and railroads. While working on a survey team he began to use women’s hoopskirt wire as a survey tape. This led to the creation of the Chicago Steel Tape Company in the later 1800’s, for ...