Advanced Gauging Technologies, LLC, Plain City, OH, introduces the AGT800 laser thickness gauge—an online noncontact device equipped to measure any strip material 0.040 to 0.750 in. thick. The first production system, say company officials, went to a 96- by 0.750-in. Butech stretch leveler-CTL line that shipped in mid-September 2013. The thickness gauge and its accompanying […]
Senior Field Service Engineer, John Fearing, started up an AGT400 at Aguascalientes Steel Coil Center. This isotope thickness gauge, located on a 72” Sonada Slitter, will measure Hot Rolled, Cold Rolled, Galvanized and Pickled Steel with a thickness range of 0.4 to 6.0 mm. Aguascalientes is a sister company of Kentucky Steel Center, which already […]
Advanced Gauging Technologies LLC, Plain City, Ohio, offers a new noncontact laser thickness gauge that can measure any strip material ranging from 0.040 to 0.750 inch in thickness. There is no radioactive source and no federal or state licensing requirements. The AGT800 Laser Thickness Measurement and S.P.C. Reporting System is designed for measuring metals and […]
In Chicago, National Processing Company experienced a fire, but that did not stop them from upgrading an obsolete Gamma 200 to an AGT400 on a 72” Pro-Eco Pickle Line. Fortunately, no one was injured during the mishap.
John Fearing performed a startup at Ferrous Metal Processing (Brooklyn, Ohio) on an AGT400 upgrade of a GR200 thickness gauge located on their 72” Stamco Slitter.
Fulton County Processing in Delta, Ohio has ordered a new AGT800 Laser Thickness Gauge for use on a Butech Bliss / Nelson Steel 74” Pickling Line. The application is for the processing of various steel alloys with a thickness range of .050” to .500”. This is Fulton’s fourth AGT thickness gauge order.
In coordination with Kentucky Steel Center, Aguascalientes Steel Coil Center in Mexico has opened its doors for hot rolled, cold rolled, galvanized and pickled steel on a 72” Sonada Slitter. Today, an AGT400 Isotope Thickness Gauge was shipped to complement this line. This will be the company’s fourth AGT400 system.
An AGT400 was shipped to Ferrous Metal Processing in Brooklyn, Ohio to upgrade a 1994 Gamma Ray 200 located on their 72” Stamco Slitter.
We started up our first AGT800 at Jemison Metals located in Trinity, Alabama. This gauge was sold to Butech Bliss and included as part of a 96” Stretch Leveler/Cut-To-Length line installed at their new facility. The AGT800 Laser Thickness Gauge will measure steel with a thickness range of .060” to .750” on this line.
Heidtman Steel has purchased an AGT400 Isotope Thickness Gauge for the 78” Alcos slitter at their East Chicago location. This is in addition to the AGT400 in use at their plants in Butler, Indiana; Cleveland, Ohio; Erie, Michigan and Granite City, Illinois.
Lee Steel is staying up to date with modern technology, purchasing our state-of-the-art AGT800 Laser Thickness Gauge, which nicely compliments their two AGT400 Isotope Thickness Gauges at this facility. The newest gauge will measure .055”- .375” steel on their 74” Red Bud EPS pickle line.
Our Senior Field Engineer, John Fearing, traveled to Canada over The New Year’s Holiday at the customer’s request to start up a brand new AGT400 Isotope Thickness Gauge at Taylor Steel in Ontario. This system replaced an obsolete Harshaw brand thickness gauge from the eighties. It was installed on their 72” Herr-Voss slitter and it’s […]