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TIME OF URGENT NEED

Servco has a proven track record in providing emergency assistance to dozens of customers in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming. With minor modifications, Servco can transport, install and tie-in a rental boiler with your existing system.  It is not uncommon for us to receive calls from companies needing rental boilers with only a few hours notice. We are staffed to meet any rental need. Ask us about our Rental Contingency Program where we prep your facility with rental connections, allowing for quicker rental installation when you need it most.

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Boilers for Rent

WHY WOULD YOU NEED A RENTAL BOILER?

WHY WOULD YOU NEED A RENTAL BOILER?

  • Unplanned outages for emergency repair
  • Planned outages for either maintenance, repairs, or equipment upgrades
  • Need to increase capacity to handle a peak or increased load
  • Testing of a new process
  • Cleaning lines following a new installation
  • Delays in bringing on a new boiler system
  • Limited or No redundancy going into peak operating seasons
Rental Boiler

IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT WHAT TYPE OF RENTAL EQUIPMENT DO YOU NEED?

At Servco we pride ourselves in offering the highest level of customer service and support so you can get your operations up and running as quickly as possible.  The following steps will help you through the rental process and guide you to what information is crucial for selecting the right equipment to meet your needs.

Identify your system requirement

  • System Type – Hot Water or Steam
  • Capacity
  • Operating Pressure and Temperatures
  • Fuel Type and Pressure
  • Electrical Source (Amps @ Voltage/Phase/Hz)

Determine your delivery schedule

  • How quickly do you need the boiler
  • Is this on a weekend – if so, can it wait until a weekday
  • What time of year is it – winter months can take longer for delivery

Determine how long you need the rental

  • 1 Month or longer
  • 6 Months or longer
  • 12 Months or longer

Identify all your utility tie-in points

  • Fuel
  • Softened Water
  • Chemical Treatment
  • Steam / Hot Water
  • Blowdowns
  • Electrical

Identify all permitting required

  • Emissions Permits – DEQ
  • Construction Permits
  • Operating Permits

Other items to consider

  • Do you need supporting equipment for the boiler (i.e. deaerator, pumps, etc.)
  • Where will the boiler be located during the rental period – outside or inside?
  • Will the equipment be left on a trailer or set on a foundation/pad on site?
  • What type of weather protection will be required for the equipment?
  • Request copies of equipment drawings and descriptions from your supplier.
  • Ensure that there is a rental agreement in place between the Lessor and Lessee.