Boost for compressor rental fleet

29 March 2019 | Web Article Number: ME201914010

Engineering Supplies
Hydraulics & Pneumatics

GOSCOR Compressed Air Systems (GCAS) has bolstered its rental fleet of compressors to provide customers with a bigger range to choose from, specific to their requirements.

As part of its turnkey service offering the company had previously offered its customers some rental units. GM Warren Schultz said GCAS had since acquired additional units, especially in the portable range and downstream equipment, to bolster its rental offering and provide its customers with an even bigger range to choose from, specific to their requirements.

The company distributes two global brands, Ozen and Sullair, and offers a range of compressed air solutions such as compressors, vacuum pumps, air dryers, air tools and value-added products.

Boost for compressor rental fleet

“As a business that provides world-class compressors and downstream equipment, including a full turnkey solution to our customers on all their compressor needs, it is imperative that we are also in a position to supply them with a more relevant and complete rental solution,” said Schultz.

“Our new and improved rental offering has been meticulously considered in order to provide all customers with air, from the small home owner, to the big mining and industrial companies. No matter the size or the requirement, we are now in a position to supply these customers with air.”

GCAS is now able to supply rental units on portable compressors, ranging from 185 CFM to 1 600 CFM. On electrical (stationary) units, the company is now able to supply customers with units from 2,2 kW to 250 kW.

“We will also be able to provide rental equipment to customers on downstream equipment such as air dryers, desiccant dryers, vacuum pumps and pneumatic tools. Due to our extensive range, we will be able to cater for the whole market, no matter the application or requirement.

“Renting is a good option when a customer has unexpected equipment failure, needs equipment for planned maintenance, outages or seasonal peak demands. If a customer needs to upgrade or replace the equipment, they can simply make a small adjustment to their regular payment rather than invest a lump sum upfront.,” Schultz said.

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