Cost-effective industrial boiler installation, operation and maintenance with our industrial boilers
Temporary boiler hire with a small footprint
Our industrial boilers are housed in a canopy casing with a small footprint for ease of transportation. This also makes them ideal for confined spaces, such as service yards, compounds and plant rooms.
Installation is easy, with Camlock connectors that link straight into your site’s hot water system. In addition, easy-access compound parts and an external secondary circuit pump make servicing and maintenance simple and cost-effective.
The glycol fluid system prevents freezing during periods of inactivity and allows start-up from ambient temperatures as low as -20⁰C, for use in cold climates. Because primary and secondary fluid systems keep fluid flows separate, cross contamination and blockages are reduced for improved reliability.
And for further peace of mind, our industrial boiler hire service comes with remote monitoring technology, that allows 24/7 monitoring by our team of engineers.
Temporary boiler rental that offers optimum energy and const effieciency
Industrial boiler hire when you need heating and hot water - fast
We understand that if and when your business needs emergency heating solutions, time is of the essence. The last thing you need is a delay, that's why we've built reliable industrial boiler systems that are flexible and can be deployed within hours. Our 250 kW and 500 kW industrial boilers utilises an advanced dual stage burner, 3-way valve system and smart controls to optimise temperature control and minimise fuel burn and emissions.
With an integrated 3-way valve, our temporary boiler hire equipment quickly achieves its operating temperature and maintains tight control over temperature. Even at part load, the dual stage burner ensures your site’s fluctuating heat requirements can be met with optimum efficiency.
Industrial boiler hire that has advanced controls
Our temporary boiler rental equipment offers a number of capabilities including:
- The ability to link into building management systems
- Close regulation and stabilisation of temperatures
- Advanced fault-finding capabilities
- Load-on-demand functionality, with multiple boilers controlled centrally and firing in and out to meet a site’s load demands.