Located in the heart of Northern California's Sonoma wine country, Rayteq manufactures advanced, energy-saving electric melting furnaces for the light metal casting industries, writes and supplies software that effectively reduces utility demand charges, and produces new, high power density heating elements for higher melting rates and longer operating life.
RAYTEQ's high-powered, compact electric furnaces with new hybrid digital/analog controls slash energy costs by melting right at the die casting machine or molding line, eliminating wasteful energy losses from hot metal transporting, launders and holding furnaces in central melt systems. Additional advantages include higher energy efficiency, less metal loss, fewer scrapped castings, no operator heat stress, no noise, all while virtually eliminating air quality issues.
RAYTEQ's Fleet Commander Interactive Demand Management System (IDMS) achieves additional utility cost savings by minimizing electric furnace fleet kW demand without impairing production rates or casting quality. Operates with all Rayteq melters, and can be retrofitted to many existing electric furnaces including Dynarad* and StrikoDynarad*.
RAYTEQ high power density heating elements with new life-enhancing materials technology achieve higher melting rates while virtually eliminating internal stresses for increased strength and shock resistance. Exact replacements featuring this new technology now available for Dynarad* and StrikoDynarad* furnaces in all sizes, wattages and voltages, with either stranded or twisted leads.
Company Management Rayteq LLC's President & CEO is Frank B. Smith, founder and former owner of Dynarad Corporation*. Matthew Smith is Executive Vice President and Engineering Manager, and his responsibilities include software development, digital electronics design, and 3D modeling.
Windsor Electronics Division - Rayteq's wholly-owned Windsor Electronics Division designs and manufactures custom programmable logic controllers (PLCs), printed circuit boards, integrated electronics such as Rayteq's retrofit control panels, 3D component printing, 2D CNC controlled machining and engraving, and supplies all firmware for Rayteq's Furnace Director PLCs and retrofit control panels as well as Fleet Commander interactive demand management software.