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Carrier Rental Systems is a highly specialized provider of rental chillers, air conditioners, generators, and more.
Responding to our customer’s emergency needs is first and foremost in our approach to the market place.
Whether it’s to respond to an emergency chiller failure, supply portable power to a building or provide emergency dehumidification after a natural disaster, Carrier Rental Systems provides the HVAC equipment and application expertise to design & implement the project to your standards.
In order to meet your emergency needs, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to ensure fast and reliable delivery of your temperature control and power generation equipment.
When it comes to planned projects or emergency response, Carrier Rental Systems is the company to call. We have numerous locations throughout the United States that can bring the equipment you need directly to you. To learn more about Carrier Rental Systems call 1-800-586-8336 or contact us for more information.
Just think, what would be the result if your building’s HVAC system was inactive for a prolonged period of time?
Whether you operate a manufacturing facility or healthcare center, a broken down HVAC could lead to lost revenue and even injuries or death.
For this reason, many businesses and organizations have developed a contingency plan to help them minimize risk through managing the consequences of a system failure or natural disaster. With a contingency plan in place, your organization will be ready for any situation and can prepare the facility for a temporary HVAC system. Read on for some helpful tips for developing an HVAC contingency plan.
Determining the potential causes of system failure allows you to assess the level of risk. Factors that may cause system failure include equipment malfunction, unexpected seasonal demand, natural disasters, power outages or sabotage.
Analyze your building systems and equipment and determine which are the most critical. For instance, think about what the result would be if your equipment shut down for an hour, a day or a week, or if it failed completely. If an equipment failure would result in lost revenue or a life or death situation, then it is a critical piece of equipment. Once you’ve identified your critical equipment, have a third-party expert conduct a critical equipment audit. The auditor will analyze your equipment’s current condition, confront any performance issues, and record potential points of failure.
Consider your organization’s top priorities and critical processes when creating your contingency plan. This allows you to focus your plan on the building areas that are most crucial to your operations and would have the highest impact on your bottom line if an unexpected situation were to arise.
Develop a list of the portable equipment that will be used to replace the functions of failed critical equipment, such as temporary Carrier chillers, air conditioners, cooling tower, boilers, air handlers, or dehumidifiers. Identify the best place to install the temporary equipment at your site and how it will be connected to the facility. Don’t forget to factor in any accessories the equipment needs, such as pumps, cables, valves and water hoses. You should also determine any potential challenges and make the necessary preparations and building modifications in advance.
Partner with Carrier Rental Systems so that we can provide you with the equipment you need and fast. At Carrier Rentals, we provide a wide range of rental HVAC equipment including Carrier heaters , air conditioners, cooling towers, dehumidifiers and generators, and can conduct detailed site evaluations for your facility’s critical areas. We will help you create an emergency response plan that will allow your organization to not miss a beat if an emergency were to occur.
For more information about HVAC contingency plans and rental HVAC equipment, contact us at 1-800-586-8336.
Carrier Rental Systems supports all temperature control and power generation applications with expertise which is unmatched in the industry.
We sustain our customers and equipment rental fleet with a highly specialized support organization located throughout the United States.
Carrier Rentals offers a variety of system configurations to meet your site conditions. Providing superior service is only one function of Carrier Rental Systems.
Our role is to evaluate every job from the customer’s perspective…that means focusing on more than just renting equipment.
We offer equipment rentals for every scenario. For information on our other services, such as contingency planning, please read our case studies.