Rental provides equipment rental owners and managers with the information they need to effectively manage their assets for maximum profitability. With this focus, Rental speaks to the one thing that unites all rental businesses, big and small, and that is the equipment itself. Rental also touches on the issues which are not related to equipment, but instead, relate to personnel, finances and more.
To effectively serve the mobile power market, it's imperative that rental companies create the right size fleet and mix of equipment. Too few units and business is quickly lost to the competition, too many units and profitability is gone.
The new HB-P827 low-level scissor lift from Custom Equipment gives contractors and maintenance crews a lightweight lift with a zero turn radius for damage-free use over delicate floors and easy maneuverability around tight corners.
For decades, mobile generators have proven themselves indispensable at off-grid sites, using conventional fuels such as gasoline and diesel to produce electricity like miniature power plants. The market for these machines continues to grow as they’re...
When renting generators, it's important to know about OSHA requirements units on constructions sites. There are two specifications, one dealing with grounding the generator the other with bonding the neutral to the frame.
The 40-horsepower Kubota EFI gas engine offers a number of benefits — as compared to conventional carbureted engines — such as lower fuel consumption, easier maintenance, improved starting due to the elimination of the choke and cleaner emissions.
The only machine in its category with four-wheel drive and 45-percent gradeability as standard design, the Skyjack SJ6832 RTE provides end users with a zero-emission scissor lift built with low running costs and high uptime.
The 69-in. BE69 bi-energy (BE) hybrid rough-terrain scissor lifts include an onboard integrated generator to charge the batteries and supply power to the platform and chassis.
26-, 33- and 40-ft. models featuring 5-ft. slide-out decks and the...
Browsing the displays at industry trade shows this spring, it was easy to spot the predominant trends in aerial product designs. Two in particular stand out: boom lifts with working heights over 180 feet, and hybrid scissor and booms.
The smallest compact track loader in the Terex lineup, the PT-35 works on soft or sensitive surfaces with minimal damage or impact.
4-ft. wide profile
Pilot-operated joystick controls
11-in.-wide general purpose tracks standard on Terex...
The HT67 RTJ boom lift, part of Haulotte's diesel telescopic platform range, takes only 56 seconds to reach full height.
Optional Dual Load Capacity for lifting capacity up to 1,000 lbs.
48.9-hp Kubota engine
Single control for both steering...