Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2014’

Startup Completed At Mill Steel

A successful startup of an AGT400 is complete at Mill Steel in Indiana. John Fearing upgraded an obsolete BSK gauge with a modern AGT400 electronics system.  This thickness gauge is featured on a 72” Pro-Eco slitter and measures steel with a range of .010” to .250”.

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Harnessing Light

Article by Gretchen Salois and appears in Modern Metals Magazine, September 2014 Above: A view of the AGT400’s C-frame from behind. Optical sensors offer alternative to nuclear-based methods for thickness gauging September 2014 – When talking radiation, red flags often pop up. News of reactor meltdowns and toxic leaks resulting in proverbial ghostlands like Chernobyl in Russia or seaside pollution in …

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A.G.T. Awarded Contract For HRE Sparrows Point Project

A.G.T. was recently awarded a contract by HRE Sparrows Point, LLC for a major source disposal project at the former Bethlehem Steel / Severstal / RF Steel mill in Sparrows Point, MD. Surprisingly, it has nothing to do with new gauge orders or service on existing gauges. We will be responsible for the removal and storage or disposal of 113 …

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