BOMAG Heavy Equipment from MAY-RHI
MAY-RHI is proud to offer sales, rental and service of a full line of heavy equipment from BOMAG across North Carolina and the northern two-thirds of South Carolina. From asphalt paving and compaction to rehabilitation, MAY-RHI is now a one-stop shop for new BOMAG heavy equipment. Whether you need tampers, paving equipment, rollers, recyclers or soil compactors – BOMAG is the brand that will have it. And May Heavy Equipment is a construction equipment dealer that carries Bomag at our locations in North or South Carolina.
Our inventory offers a wide variety of BOMAG equipment/machinery to rent or buy including:
- Vibratory Plates
- Tandem Rollers
- Combination Rollers
- Pneumatic Tired Rollers
- Paving Equipment
- Soil Compactors
- Milling Machines
- And More
BOMAG: The Road Equipment Brand of Choice for NC & SC Contractors
MAY-RHI’s new road building equipment line, which includes Cedarapids commercial and mainline paving equipment, as well as BOMAG’s industry-leading compaction equipment, gives paving contractors what they need to achieve bonus-level smoothness and mats compacted to spec densities.
For the rehabilitation contractor, our BOMAG line includes a selection of high-performance utility and half-lane milling machines in a variety of cutting widths, with power classes ranging from 125 to 590 hp (92 to 440 kW). Regardless of whether you need a machine that excels in road reclamation or soil stabilization, MAY-RHI offers a solution with the CMI RS and BOMAG MPH Series of reclaimer/stabilizers that feature a vast range of power ratings, cutting widths, and depths.
MAY-RHI is also proud to provide a wide range of BOMAG parts to clients in NC and SC.
For more information about our selection of SC and NC heavy equipment from BOMAG, contact us today. A May Heavy Equipment sales representative is available to speak to you about our BOMAG sales, rental, parts and service capabilities.
MAY-RHI is proud to offer BOMAG heavy equipment sales, parts, service and rental to clients in South Carolina and North Carolina.