All of our gauges are manufactured in the great state of Ohio. In honor of the National Championship Advanced Gauging Technologies would like to say GO BUCKS!
Every year, as a company, Advanced Gauging Technologies celebrates Christmas together. We believe the holiday season is a special time of year to reflect on the year’s journey and spend time with those you love. This year, we enjoyed each other’s happiness over dinner. While mingling, many memories were made and shared and laughter filled the air. […]
With new employees comes training, which can sometimes be stressful for the employer as well as the employee. To make training simple, it is always best to offer some sort of hands on learning. Hands on can mean a lot of different things for different industries. At A.G.T. we pride ourselves on having high […]
Metals Testing Transformed By 21st-Century Technology While larger companies dominate a significant portion of the testing equipment market, some breakthrough technologies still come out of tiny mom-and-pop companies, reminiscent of the computer technology that came out of California garages a half-century ago. For much of the past few decades, the thickness of coil, sheet or […]
The newest member of the A.G.T. family is Mike Collier, our new Production and Inventory Assistant. His responsibilities include quality control, shipping, purchasing and receiving. Mike’s previous experience in the Army and in the food distribution industry gives him many of the tools necessary to perform these tasks, and he is capable of assisting in […]
Tiffany Rea is the newest addition to the Advanced Gauging Technologies family. A recent graduate of Wilmington College with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Marketing, she is responsible for advertising, organizing market research, along with responding to sales requests and inquiries. A former preschool teacher of two years, she is a big people […]
We want to welcome our newest Field Service Technician, Jim Russell. Jim has actually been with A.G.T. since August of 2013 and many of you have probably already had the opportunity to meet Jim as he has spent much of the past year working with John Fearing and Craig Walkup. A graduate of DeVry University […]
John Fearing, A.G.T.’s Senior Field Engineer, completed the startup of an AGT800 laser thickness gauge at Lee Steel in Romulus, Michigan. This state of the art technology will be featured on Lee’s new 74” Red Bud EPS pickle line.
Last week we shipped an AGT400 to Chicago, Illinois. Today, John Fearing started it up as an upgrade to an obsolete GR200. This gauging system is located on a 72” Pro-Eco Pickle Line at National Processing Company. They also have AGT400 systems at their Indiana, Pennsylvania and Nuevo Leon, Mexico facilities.
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 […]