Extension Aluminum 5Kg Survey Instrument Tripods 1020mm Prism Pole Tripod

Place of Origin China
Brand Name Leosurvey
Certification ISO
Model Number ATT-R3
Minimum Order Quantity 10 Pieces
Price 30USD~35USD
Packaging Details Box Carton
Delivery Time 10~20 Work Day
Payment Terms T/T
Supply Ability 500pcs per month
Product Details
Model ATT-R3 Material Aluminum
Color Red Type Round Head Dual Lock
Closed Height 1020mm Extension Height 1650mm
Head Diameter 167mm Lock Type Twist And Quick Clamp Lock
Net Weight 5Kg Used For Total Station Or Heavy Duty Instruments
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Aluminum 5Kg Instrument Tripods


1020mm Instrument Tripods


Aluminum prism pole tripod

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Product Description

Heavy Duty Total Station Instrument Aluminum Tripods Round Head Twist and Quick Clamp Lock


Model: ATT-R3



Model ATT-R3
Color Red
Material Aluminum
Type Round Head Tripods
Closed Height 1020mm
Extension Height 1650mm
Head Diameter 167mm
Locking Type Twist and Quick Clamp
Net Weight 5Kg
Package 1pc/Carton


Aluminum Tripods Highlights:

1. Twist and Quick Clamp Dual Lock

2. Standard 5/8"X 11 core screw

3. Round Head

4. Aluminum body

5. Ideal for Theodolites and total stations.

6. 102cm~165cm

7. Shoulder Strap Included

8. Color is optional

9. Electrostatic powder-painted casting for a durable and long lasting finish


 Wood, Fiberglass or Aluminum?

When purchasing a Construction or Surveying Grade Tripod there are several different options to chose from, the material, the head, the clamps, and these are just standard options. The type of surveying tripod you need to buy will depend on the instrument it will support and the work conditions or environment. With this article, we have put together helpful information to assist in deciding what the best options are to meet your needs.


The most common materials for surveying tripod legs are aluminum, wood, and fiberglass.

Wood is the most traditional material for tripods and is also the most stable, as wood is not highly affected by temperature changes. Make sure to get a wooden tripod with a good protective coating. Plastic coating is preferred, but both plastic and paint coatings will work well. Wooden tripods are most ideal for extended setups, and will have the least variance over the course of the set up.

Aluminum tripods are usually inexpensive and lightweight, making it ideal for light use when set-ups are often changed. Aluminum is not affected by humidity. Being a metal, aluminum can slightly expand and contract due to temperature changes. Aluminum tripods provide the most ideal for setups that only last a short period of time, say an hour or less. Aluminum tripods are more economical, light-weight, and also long-lasting. They are ideal for leveling applications.

Fiberglass is one of the most popular choices of surveying tripods. Fiberglass tripods are fiber reinforced material that has minimal variance due to temperature changes. Fiberglass is resistant to the elements and provides a very strong and long-lasting surveying tripod.


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