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Ray-Tech Infrared Corporation Appoints BKBC Machinery New Authorized Dealer

Fri March 16, 2018 - Northeast Edition #6
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BKBC Machinery will now be carrying Ray-Tech Infrared products, including the 2-ton trailer-mounted combination unit.
BKBC Machinery will now be carrying Ray-Tech Infrared products, including the 2-ton trailer-mounted combination unit.

Ray-Tech Infrared Corporation, located in Charlestown, N.H., recently appointed BKBC Machinery as its authorized dealer for northern and central New Jersey, all five boroughs of New York City, and Westchester, Rockland and Orange counties in New York.

Ray-Tech Infrared manufactures more than 40 models of infrared machines. These models include walk-behind heaters, both trailer- and truck-mounted reclaimers and heaters, and combination machines. Wes Van Welsor, owner and president of Ray-Tech, was one of the owners of Poweray Infrared Corp, which introduced infrared heating of asphalt in 1964.

BKBC Machinery is one of the Precision Companies, which are located in Oak Ridge, N.J. Bart Rhea, owner and president of the Precision Companies, has close to 35 years of experience in the New York City and New Jersey construction industry.

“Ray-Tech Infrared is a natural fit for our business, as many of the paving contractors, utility companies, and municipalities are already established customers with us for machinery, painting/sandblasting, rentals, new and used parts and attachments, and both in-shop and field service repairs,” said Rhea. “Ray-Tech is well known for their quality, and the fastest and most even heats in the industry. We have already taken delivery of a 4-ton reclaimer, a 2-ton trailer-mounted combination unit, and several walk-behind models. We have several more models, including a 3-ton trailer-mounted combo unit, on order. It is our intention to both sell and rent the full lineup of Ray-Tech models in our territory.”

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