Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2016’

McWane Ductile Orders Two Laser Thickness Gauges For Cast Pole/Pipe

McWane Ductile out of Coshocton, Ohio has purchased two AGT800s. The laser gauge measurement application is for the manufacturing of various cast pipe and pole, 18’ 6” in length with a thickness range of .220 to .700” and diameters between 6 and 36”.

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AGT400 Certification Awarded To Mike Collier

Mike Collier, our production and inventory specialist recently earned his AGT400 certification.  This certification means that Mike has comprehensive knowledge of our AGT400 Thickness Gauge as well as the ability to service it.  The AGT400 certification is part of our overall education program which helps our associates give customers the best service possible.  We congratulate Mike and look forward to …

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Two Year Fitness Anniversary!

We are celebrating two years of our in house health and fitness program. Every Tuesday and Thursday our employees enjoy an exercise regimen with Personal Trainer Greg Jasnikowski. Employees have seen great results and look forward to getting more in shape and flexible each week.

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AGT Laser Gauge Measures Any Alloy

Whole Gauge With Sticker

Article appears in Metal Center News Magazine, March 2016. March 2016 – Advanced Gauging Technologies, Plain City, Ohio, offers its patented AGT800 laser thickness gauge, designed to measure any alloy processed in coil, sheet or strip form.  The AGT800 is an optical-based measuring system that uses high-precision Keyence laser senors.  Each sensor emits a Class II laser beam and receives the beam …

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Custom Fit C-frames

Did you know A.G.T. customizes each thickness gauge to meet the needs of every customer? No matter how big or small your processing line is, we build and design C-frames to order to ensure a perfect fit.

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Motorcycle Safety

Spring is in the air and that means a lot more motorcycles will be on the road. Take an extra second to look at your surroundings. If you’re in the Columbus area, you might even see our Senior Field Service Engineer John Fearing riding.

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