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Advanced Gauging Technologies believes in giving back to the community. We show our gratitude by donating to various charities each year. In 2016 we sent contributable donations to the Honor Flight Network, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Mid-Ohio Food Bank, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Mount Carmel Outreach and Operation Gratitude.
An AGT400 has been shipped to Heidtman Steel in Butler, Indiana to upgrade an obsolete GR200. The upgrade will be installed on a 60” Pro-Eco slitter and measure steel with a thickness range of .050” to .250”.
An AGT400 has been shipped to Atlas Steel Products in Twinsburg, Ohio. This is an upgrade of a 1992 GR200 thickness gauge located on their 60” Chicago slitter. Installation is scheduled to be completed this winter.
A new AGT400 has been shipped to The Universal Steel Company of Cleveland, Ohio. This thickness gauge will replace an outdated Loral 3500, and will measure steel and be installed on their 72” slitting line.
A.G.T. is thankful for our outstanding employees and loyal customers. Happy Holidays!
Esmark Steel Group in Chicago Heights is continuing their trend of updating obsolete equipment. Another AGT400 Isotope Thickness Gauge has been shipped to this location and will replace an older model gauge. Installation is scheduled for the first quarter of next year. This is the fifth gauge Esmark has upgraded this year.
Our revolutionary laser thickness measuring equipment has recently been installed at a pole and pipe manufacturing plant in eastern Ohio. This system is complete with two gauges that will work in sync with one another to measure the wall thickness of long length pipes and poles. This puts McWane Ductile at the forefront of precision and quality in the industry.
Another AGT400, which will replace an obsolete GR200, is up and running in Chicago Heights. This is the fourth A.G.T. gauge that has been commissioned at Esmark Steel this year. This thickness gauge has been installed on a 60” Stamco slitter and measures steel <.100”.
A new AGT400 has shipped to Thomas Steel Strip Corporation located in Warren, Ohio. This gauge will be used to process low carbon steels, HSLA steel, along with copper, brass, nickel and nickel-zinc alloys with a thickness range of .008 to .079”. It replaces an obsolete LFE gauge on a temper mill. Thomas plans to take advantage of the AGT400’s networking …