All Powerhouse rental boilers are completely portable and can be on your site within hours. With mobile boiler units stocked in every size range, your mobile boiler rental needs can easily be met with our 24/7 delivery and support. Your rental boiler package includes our expert boiler services: start-up service, operator training and turnkey installation.
Why Rent a Boiler?
Powerhouse leads the market in pre-planned and emergency mobile boiler rental. Our expert knowledge will ensure a smooth start to every project and can have you up and running in a fraction of the time it would take for a boiler replacement. Powerhouse Boiler Equipment makes the process of renting a mobile boiler easy and convenient with:
- Dozens of Mobile Boiler Rental Units ready to ship
- Easy hookup
- Complete installation included
- 24/7 Expert guidance and support
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Portable Boiler Rooms
A Portable Boiler Room, or PBR, contains all the necessary components to start, run and maintain high capacity steam and hot water service. This includes a packaged boiler with burner, feedwater treatment, storage and pumping, fuel handling equipment, electrical switch gear. All connections are made on the outside of the unit, allowing for easy hookup.
Trailer Mounted Boilers
Trailer-mounted Rental Boilers are offered from 100 hp to over 80,000 pph. Powerhouse custom matches firetube and watertube boilers with trailers for easy shipping, setting and leveling. Most units can be combined with fuel storage, feedwater treatment or other boiler auxiliaries including deaerators or heat exchangers, for the complete package.
Powerhouse supports our fleet of rental boilers with a full line of auxiliary boiler equipment – and boiler parts – in multiple sizes and configurations that are ready to ship to you immediately.
“Powerhouse displayed professionalism and a quality of workmanship that can only come from experience and a pride in what they do, from a coat of paint here and there, a clean project and the area around it, down to the little bits of knowledge that your crew shared with our mechanics.”Michael Billetta, HVAC Supervisor Montgomery County Community College,