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Midwest Tube Mills, Inc in Madison, Indiana recently commissioned a new AGT400. This isotope thickness gauge is installed on a 60″ Braner slitter and measures carbon steel up to .160″ thick.
Voss Industries in Taylor, Michigan recently commissioned a new AGT400. This isotope thickness gauge is installed on a 72” pickle line and measures the thickness of various steel alloys up to .250”. This is Voss’ second AGT400.
Nova Steel, Inc. in Stoney Creek, Ontario has purchased another AGT800 laser thickness gauge. This non-contact thickness measuring system will be installed on a 72” Athader slitter and measure steel with a thickness up to .380.” This is Nova’s third AGT800.
A.G.T. stays up to date on safety regulations and radioactive material handling procedures by completing an annual radiation training course. Every employee attends the one day seminar, giving all of us additional tools to handle hazardous material properly as well as answer questions or address concerns that customers have regarding topics on radiation.
A new AGT400 thickness gauge has been shipped to Midwest Tube Mills, Inc in Madison, Indiana. The gauging system will be used on their 60” Braner slitter and measure carbon steel up to .160” thick.
Greenpoint Metals in Franklin, Ohio is now home to two new AGT400 isotope thickness gauges. The gauges are installed on 72” Pro-Eco and Stamco slitters and measure various steel alloys with a thickness range of .014 to .250”. They replaced obsolete Global x-ray gauges.
Another AGT800 laser gauge was recently shipped to Bridgeport, CT. This gauge has a custom C-frame specifically designed for use on an 18” Chicago Rolling Mill and will be used to measure various steel alloys with a thickness range of .020 to .250”.