Advanced Gauging Technologies was mentioned in the March 2015 issue of American Metal Market as a pioneer in the transition from isotope to laser based thickness gauging. Bill Beck’s article highlights the various ways that the metal industry, and its service centers, are using technology to enhance productivity in ways not thought possible even a decade ago.
You can find the whole article “Technology centers” over at the American Metal Market website but here is an excerpt with our mention:
Perhaps no segment of the metals service center industry has experienced more technological change in the 21st Century than metals testing. Waltham, Mass.-based Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. provides its service center customers with sophisticated handheld alloy analyzers. And Plain City, Ohio-based Advanced Gauging Technologies LLC has helped pioneer the transition of measuring the thickness of coil, sheet or strip metal from isotope gauges to laser gauges, eliminating the use of radioactive material and giving operators a measure of precision that is hard to surpass.