John Fearing, our Senior Field Technician, completed the startup this week of a new AGT400 at MISA – National Metal Processing, S.A. de C.V. in Guanajuato, Mexico. This gauge, located on a 72” Braner Slitter, is an upgrade to an obsolete Gamma Ray GR200. It is MISA’s second AGT400 at this location and their fifth […]
Field Service Engineer, Craig Walkup, just completed a two week service trip for our Mexican customers. A.G.T. supports customers in Mexico on a semi-annul basis during the months of April and October. We also have a sales representative, Daniel Bortoni (Maquina) who is always happy to help with any inquires about our thickness gauges or […]
A new AGT400 was recently shipped to MISA – National Metal Processing, S.A. de C.V. in San Jose Iturbide, Guanajuato, Mexico. This gauge will upgrade an obsolete GR200 located on a 72” Braner Slitter. It will be A.G.T.’s second thickness gauge at this location and the fifth gauge overall that we’ve sold to MISA.
Misa-National Metal Processing in San Jose Iturbide GTO, Mexico has placed an order to upgrade their GR200 Isotope Thickness Gauge. The AGT400 will be located on a 72” Braner Slitter and will measure material with a thickness <.200”.
Advanced Gauging Technologies is pleased to introduce Maquina as our new sales representative in Mexico. Daniel Bortoni is the owner and will be our primary contact for all sales and marketing activities throughout the country. Daniel and his staff have over 100 years of combined experience in the Mexican metals market. They are located in […]
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 […]
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.