The Thompson Meter is a specialty electronic calculating device with integral related equations and algorithms specifically used in layout, alignment, and construction of foundations and footers.
Inventor Matthew Thompson, a skilled laborer from Red Bank, NJ has created a specialty electronic calculating device with integral related equations and algorithms specifically used in layout, alignment, and construction of foundations and footers.
Constructing large buildings or even a modest home requires numerous calculations to ensure that it is properly built, aligned, stable and structurally sound so it will last for many, many years. However, calculations are complicated and tedious with multiple opportunities for errors. While computers can help, they arent ideal for checking calculations or making adjustments to suit local field conditions. Additionally, calculations such as the amount of concrete needed for such foundations are left up to the contractor who often has nothing more than a simple calculator for help. In turn, Inventor Thompson created the Thompson Meter. This compact, rechargeable electronic system saves time, manpower, and repeated measurings!
The invention will calculate every line up to a 16th of an inch. It performs complicated calculations in seconds! It reduces costly mistakes on construction sites. Its touch operated LCD screen resembles a tablet computer. It is lightweight, sturdy, and durable for use in outdoor construction environments. Act now!