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Samuel Adds Laser Gauge

Samuel, Son & Co. – Columbia, Tennessee is the home of a new AGT800 laser thickness gauge. This gauge is installed on an 84” Alcos slitter and will measure thickness of steel up to .160.” This is Samuel’s sixth A.G.T. thickness gauge.

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First AGT600 Compact Laser Thickness Gauge Ships to WAVE

Agt600 Slider

Advanced Gauging’s first AGT600 compact laser thickness gauge has been shipped to Worthington Armstrong Venture (WAVE) in North Las Vegas, NV.  This new portable gauge will be used to measure structural steel with a thickness range of .009” to .030” and material widths of 1.65” to 5.00”.   With its small footprint and unique “plug & play” design, the AGT600 is …

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Delaco Adds Another AGT400

An AGT400 was commissioned at Delaco Steel in Dearborn, Michigan. This isotope gauge was installed on a 72” slitting line and replaced an outdated GR200.  This is Delaco’s second AGT400.

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We Are Growing!

We are looking for a Field Service Technician to join our growing team. Please apply via LinkedIn or send your resume to MeLisaW@AdvGauging.com.  

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Steel Technologies Adds Another Gauge

An AGT400 was commissioned at Steel Technologies in Crawfordsville, Indiana. This isotope gauge was installed on a 72” slitting line. Steel Technologies has 30+ A.G.T. gauges at 17 different Steel Technologies locations.

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Delaco Gauge Ships

An AGT400 is making its way to Dearborn, Michigan’s Delaco Steel. This isotope thickness gauge will replace an outdated GR200 and be installed on a 72” slitting line.

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Mill Steel Orders Two More AGT400s

Two additional AGT400 thickness gauges have been shipped to Mill Steel.  Both gauges are upgrades to obsolete Weston and ESC brand thickness gauges and will be installed on slitting lines in Grand Rapids to measure various steel alloys.

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