Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2017’

AGT400 Goes To Charter

An AGT400 has been shipped to Charter Steel to upgrade their obsolete GR200 thickness gauge. This system will measure the thickness of various steel alloys on their 72” Braner Slitter.

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AGT400 Installed In University Park

A new AGT400 has been installed at Esmark Steel’s University Park (Chicago) facility. IT is an upgrade to an obsolete BSK thickness gauge located on a 72” Braner Slitter and will be used to measure various steel alloys with a maximum thickness of .250”. This is Esmark’s fifth AGT400 thickness gauge.

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Greenpoint Metals, Inc. (Franklin, OH) has placed two new thickness gauge orders with Advanced Gauging Technologies, L.L.C. (Plain City, OH).  One order is for two new AGT400 gauges which will replace obsolete x-ray gauges currently located on two 72” slitting lines at their Franklin, OH facility.  The second order is also for an AGT400 which will be used to upgrade …

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Charter Steel Upgrades To AGT400

Charter Steel is adding an AGT400 upgrade an obsolete GR200 thickness gauge. It will measure the thickness of various steel alloys on their 72” Braner Slitter.

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Tarkett Orders First Two AGT800’s

Tarkett (Florence) has ordered two AGT800 laser thickness measurement gauges for their 60-inch tile line that processes material with thickness range of .012 up to .160.  These systems were specifically designed to automate their calendaring and embossing processes.

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AGT400 Installed At Thomas Steel Strip

Thomas Steel Strip (Warren) is now home to a new AGT400, replacing an obsolete LFE thickness gauge. Our AGT400 will measure gauge of HSLA, copper, brass, nickel and nickel-zinc alloys with a thickness range up to .079”.

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First AGT600 Commissioned at WAVE

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The first ever production AGT600 compact laser gauge has been commissioned at Worthington Armstrong Venture (WAVE) in North Las Vegas, NV.  This newest edition to the A.G.T. family of gauges was installed on a Dallan rollformer and will be used to measure structural steel with a thickness range of .009 to .034”.    

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