Installing Contractor Responsibility:
The installing contractor is responsible for installing the AirFRAME plumb, level and at the correct height in relation to finished floor (keeping in mind that concrete slabs are not usually level nor at finished height when AirFRAME installation usually occurs). Additionally, the installing contractor is responsible for verifying that AirFRAME Unistrut is level across all individual pieces and within tolerance of the imaging equipment manufacturer (usually perfectly level and within a 6mm difference in height across all strut pieces).
A magnetic-tip tape measure and laser level is the best means to ensure all strut pieces are level and within height tolerance.
Ensure lowest strut piece is in tolerance with floor-to-strut requirements of imaging manufacturer as it is much easier to lower Unistrut Embeds as it is to raise the entire AirFRAME system or grind the floor down to meet tolerance.