Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2017’

Delaco Steel Orders a New AGT400

Delaco Steel (Dearborn, MI), has ordered a new AGT400 to upgrade an obsolete GR200 thickness gauge.  This system will be used to measure various steel alloys on a 72” Pro-Eco Slitting Line.  Shipment is scheduled for early May 2017.

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AGT400 Thickness Gauge To Measure Automotive Parts

An AGT400 isotope thickness gauge has been installed at an automotive plant in Smyrna, Tennessee to monitor tight tolerances of steel. This gauge is located on a 1,900 mm. blanking line and will be measuring steel with a thickness range of 0.5 to 1.4 mm. Non-contact gauges are adding value and even higher quality standards to the automotive industry.

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Measuring Aluminum Coils

Isotope thickness gauges are actually transmission gauges.  This means they transmit radiation through the material to be measured.  Physics blessed us with an isotope (Am241) that emits constant gamma radiation at an energy level (60 keV) ideal for measuring steel.  Thin steel blocks a little of the radiation, and thicker steel blocks most of it.  We use a detector on …

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AGT400 Ships

Advanced Gauging has shipped an AGT400 isotope thickness gauge to Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation in Tennessee. This gauge will be installed on a 1,900 mm. blanking line and measure steel with a thickness range of 0.5 to 1.4 mm.  Startup and commissioning of the gauge is scheduled for later this month.

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