Rapid Energy’s packaged boilers are available to hire in three different fuel types: Gas, Oil and HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil). HVO fuel can help businesses reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90%.

Not every HVAC plant hire business offers HVO as a fuel option but we believe it’s important to provide our clients with a sustainable alternative to industrial heating oil. We’re also committed to ensuring our boilers have the highest possible energy efficient rating too.

All of our engineers are GasSafe and OFTEC approved and registered, so they are fully qualified to install and commission our packaged boilers in the fuel type of your choice.

Within our fleet of boilers, we also provide trolley mounted electric boilers.

Gas
Gas

Boilers available to hire using gas include the 150kW, 300kW, 500kW, 600kW, 1200kW, 1300kW and the 2000kW.

Heating Oil
Heating Oil

Boilers available to hire using industrial heating oil (IHO) include the 150kW, 300kW, 500kW, 600kW, 1200kW, 1300kW and the 2000kW.

HVO
HVO

Boilers available to hire using HVO include the 500kW, 600kW, 1200kW and 1300kW.

Electric
Electric

Boilers available for hire in electric are the 15kW, 22kW, 36kW and 40kW trolley mounted boilers.

Planned Boiler Hire
Temporary Boiler

Are you working on a project that requires a temporary boiler? Arrange your free, comprehensive site survey and estimate today.

Emergency Boiler Hire
Emergency Boiler Hire

Do you need urgent heating and/or hot water for your building or facility? We can be onsite within hours of receiving your call.

Call today for Emergency Boiler Hire 0800 464 7025

Available 24/7

Heating and Cooling Hire Calculators

Not sure what type or size of equipment you need? Find what you need in under 60 seconds. We’ve produced heating and cooling calculators to help you find the perfect hire solution for your building or facility. Use our step by step guide and we will quickly return the type of equipment, the capacity and volume of portable units required.

Heating Hire Calculator

Cooling Hire Calculator

Heating Hire Calculator

What is the length, width and height of the space you require to heat?

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1. We need to calculate the heat load required for your building or facility. A crucial part of calculating the heat load, is to first understand the area of the space you require heating for.

1. We need to calculate the heat load required for your building or facility. A crucial part of calculating the heat load, is to first understand the area of the space you require heating for.

What is the current temperature and your desired temperature of the space you require to heat?

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2. We now need to understand the difference between your current and desired temperature. Enter these values above and the temperature difference will automatically be calculated for you.

2. We now need to understand the difference between your current and desired temperature. Enter these values above and the temperature difference will automatically be calculated for you.

What type of building or structure do you need to heat?

3. Adjustments will need to be made to the heat load based on the type of building you need to heat. This is due to the different levels of heat loss for each type of building or structure.

3. Adjustments will need to be made to the heat load based on the type of building you need to heat. This is due to the different levels of heat loss for each type of building or structure.

Is the building old or new?

4. We also need to know if the building is old or new. We define ‘new build’ as a property that has been built, converted or refurbished within the last two years.

4. We also need to know if the building is old or new. We define ‘new build’ as a property that has been built, converted or refurbished within the last two years.

Cooling Hire Calculator

What type of building or structure do you need to cool?

1. We need to calculate the cooling load required for your building or facility. In order to do this, we need to understand what type of building you are looking to cool. This will allow us to make adjustments to compensate for additional heat and other factors that will affect the cooling load required.

1. We need to calculate the cooling load required for your building or facility. In order to do this, we need to understand what type of building you are looking to cool. This will allow us to make adjustments to compensate for additional heat and other factors that will affect the cooling load required.

What is the length, width and height of the space you require to cool?

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2. A crucial part of calculating the cooling load is understanding the size of the area you need to cool.

2. A crucial part of calculating the cooling load is understanding the size of the area you need to cool.

What is the current temperature of the area that you require to cool?

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3. We now need to understand the current temperature of the space that requires cooling. A guide for this is Warm (around 21°), Very Warm (around 23°), Hot (around 25°) and Very Hot (27°+).

3. We now need to understand the current temperature of the space that requires cooling. A guide for this is Warm (around 21°), Very Warm (around 23°), Hot (around 25°) and Very Hot (27°+).

Is the building old or new?

4. We also need to know if the building is old or new. We define ‘new build’ as a property that has been built, converted or refurbished within the last two years.

4. We also need to know if the building is old or new. We define ‘new build’ as a property that has been built, converted or refurbished within the last two years.

Are there any close/open window(s) in the area that requires cooling?

5. Knowing whether the area you require to cool, has windows that open and close, will help us to better evaluate the cooling load and cooling equipment that you will require.

5. Knowing whether the area you require to cool, has windows that open and close, will help us to better evaluate the cooling load and cooling equipment that you will require.

Results based on your answers:

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All of the details listed above in your calculator result, will be submitted to Rapid Energy alongside your contact details. This helps us speed up the process of producing a quote.

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