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K&H Industries Wins Second Government Contract for NightRay Wireless Spotlights
K&H Industries announced today it was selected by the Defense Supply Center Philadelphia to supply its American-made NightRay Wireless Remote Control Spotlight to the United States Army.
”K&H is pleased that the NightRay spotlight was once again selected and that our military will be outfitted with the most durable and dependable remote control light on the market.” explains John Herc, K&H Industries’ vice president of sales and marketing.
NightRay Wireless was introduced in February 2009. This is K&H Industries second government Award for the made in the USA NightRay Spotlight.
NightRay Wireless is a vehicle-mounted remote control spotlight. The full lamphead rotation of 370º of motion on horizontal axis and 350º vertical tilt can be controlled by a wireless key-fob up to 100’ away. The open yolk design allows full range of motion in any weather condition and does not compromise light output.
K&H Industries offers its Buffalo Blizzard Tuff™ design to protect against extreme weather protection on lamphead, base, and remote control. NightRay's internal components and housing are constructed of materials chosen for their ability to provide long lasting durability in extreme environments, including snow, ice, and salt-water. NightRay is made in the USA.
Headquartered in Angola, New York, K&H Industries, Inc., celebrates its 50th year in 2010. K&H is a leading supplier of temporary, portable lighting and power solutions for a variety of commercial and industrial applications in the aviation, fleet, auto-aftermarket, construction, chemical, petroleum and marine industries. K&H’s product line includes the popular NightRay™ and StarBeam™ remote-controlled, vehicle-mounted spotlights, as well as the wide area Quad™ Light.
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K&H Industries is a leading manufacturer of temporary lighting and power solutions for the utility, aviation, fleet, construction, chemical, petroleum and marine industries. Including the popular NightRay® and StarBeam® remote-controlled spotlights.