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Hire and leasing

  • Emergency Hire – For today, tomorrow or forever
  • Contingency Planning – Prepare for the unexpected, minimise downtime
  • Research and Development – When you need to test the waters
  • Planned Shutdown – Short-term support for long-term gains

Whether you require emergency hire or long-term solutions, our hire service has you covered. We offer fast and efficient hire and leasing of air compressors, vacuum pumps, nitrogen generators and other machinery, to keep your production schedule on target.

We can help when you need:

  • Emergency crisis cover for a compressor that has broken down
  • Hire machines following a fire, flood or other disaster
  • Additional capacity during a busy period/increased workload
  • Cover when you are moving premises or during a factory renovation
  • Try before you buy to test a machine

We can also remove old equipment for you and either repair or dispose of it as required.

Our packages are clear and transparent, and all installations come with a final quality check and sign off for your peace of mind.

Short-term and long-term air compressor hire and solutions

For short and long-term solutions, we can offer a site visit to assess your specific needs, followed by a quotation and a fast and efficient installation of your hire equipment.

If you have won some new business but are unsure whether it will be over the short or long term, a hire machine can help you handle the increase in production until you have a clearer picture of your future capacity requirements.

If you are considering purchasing a new air compressor, a hire machine will allow you to test the capacity and operation with your existing system. This can be particularly useful with the latest Atlas Copco variable speed drive (VSD and VSD+) machines, which provide a high air flow for much less energy than older fixed-speed models.

Hire machines can also provide useful on-site back-up if your current machine is ageing and you have been experiencing frequent breakdowns.

If you are moving premises or refitting or expanding your current factory, a hire machine can keep production running while you move your air compressor or commission new equipment. Alternatively, you can use a hire machine to test newly installed production lines before moving your existing compressor to a new site.

Future proofing your air supply

Our hire and leasing options will ensure that your compressed air supply meets your current demand and is future proof.

In an emergency situation, we would provide a like-for-like replacement for a broken-down fixed-speed 45kw air compressor. However, data logging might show that you could save money on your energy bills by switching to a 22kw variable speed (VSD) compressor with a fast payback time.

Experts in compressed air hire solutions

You can trust in our experienced professional team to provide you with expert advice and a bespoke solution, with the right hire equipment for your needs.

Emergency hire is all in a day’s work for us. We can provide a quick fix to help you out of a tight spot – and then advise on longer term solutions to suit your needs and budget.

After a site visit from our engineers, we will supply you with a quote, followed by the smooth, efficient installation of your hire equipment.

Air compressor hire – keeping our customers happy

“We hired the Atlas Copco compressors to try before we bought and they have been brilliant. When they were first put in, we were taken aback about how little energy they used and how quiet they were. You don’t have to be an expert to realise you’re saving a lot of energy and you can tell by the layout that a lot of thought has been put into the compressor design, with energy savings in mind.”

Mick Hogg, previously Works Engineer at Plasmor’s Knottingley site, now Operations Manager at the company’s Heck site