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  1. Jan 18,  · A rod (sometimes known as a pole) is a measurement of feet. Each rod is comprised of 25 links. A two-pole chain is twice the length of a rod, or feet. Likewise, a four-pole chain, which is also known as a surveyor’s chain, measures 66 feet (or links). Originally, these measurements were based on the equipment used by surveyors.
  2. How Do Surveyors Measure Property Lines? In addition to measuring distance, land surveyors also identify and measure property lines. The first step in the process is to obtain the initial property survey from county municipalities – it should show the dimensions of the original plotting of land derived from survey monuments or rebar placed in the ground (usually at the corners of the property).
  3. Surveying Units and Terms Units of Measure. A square mile is acres. The Scottish acre is English acres. The Irish acre is English Standard Surveying Terms. A Frame- A measuring device built in the shape of an A. The distance between the legs is Surveyors' Slang. Surveying.
  4. Surveyors typically do the following: Measure distances, directions, and angles between points on, above, and below the earth's surface Select known reference points and then determine the exact location of important features in the survey area using special .
  5. Good surveyors will keep track of any circumstance on the path that can influence the accuracy of the distance measured and either measure that portion with an alternative, such as a surveyor's tape or measuring tape, or make a reasonable estimate of the correction to apply. Surveyor's wheels are used primarily for lower accuracy surveys.
  6. surveyor to measure distance can be a steel tape of lengths of up to ' and the modern electronic distance measuring devices that can measure distances in excess of several miles with the use of reflector prisms. In fact, the first men to.
  7. Aug 26,  · You will need a method of ensuring that you are correctly following the heading towards the next marker and effectively measuring your progress. Most surveyors choose to use a compass and a very long tape measure for this purpose. You should also make sure to bring your maps and documents with you%(86).
  8. Mar 29,  · A map’s scale connects the distances listed on a map to their actual size. For example, your survey may state that every inch on the survey equals 20 yards. You need to understand this relationship to confirm the size of your property. A legend is Views: K.
  9. The two pieces of survey equipment that surveyors use most are a transit level and a theodolite are used by the surveyor to measure both horizontal and vertical angles. While the purpose of the two surveyor tools is similar, as a general rule a theodolite is more accurate than a transit level.

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