Agr International, Inc. to feature the OmniLab® sampling system with new Thickness 360™ gauge at Glassman Europe

Agr International, Inc. will be exhibiting at Glassman Europe, Stand C03 in Warsaw, Poland.  Agr will feature its OmniLab®system, a complete automated laboratory concept that incorporates two of Agr’s powerful sampling machines, the Dimensional Sampling Gauge and the Sampling Pressure Tester.

The OmniLab system performs consistent, reliable dimensional measurements and internal pressure strength testing in one location, with hands-free operation.  Agr will also feature its newest part of the OmniLab system, the Thickness 360™ gauge.  This gauge works in conjunction with the Dimensional Sampling Gauge and incorporates non-contact, vision-guided confocal technology for fast and accurate thickness measurement of round and non-round containers.   In addition to these products, the Agr booth will also feature American Glass Research, a division of Agr International.  Staff from Agr and American Glass Research will be present to discuss Agr’s extensive line of equipment to the glass container industry as well as the latest portfolio of services including all-new training programs, design and testing services and expanded analytical test offerings.

As an industry leader for 85 years, Agr is committed to provide the glass container industry with the most technologically advanced products available for quality control and productivity improvement.  

For further information, contact: Karen Marcellus, , Agr International, Butler, PA, USA, Phone +1 (724) 482-2163 or email

600450 Agr International, Inc. to feature the OmniLab® sampling system with new Thickness 360™ gauge at Glassman Europe
Date: 27 March 2013
Source: Agr International, Inc.

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