At Cross Rental Services we manufacture all of our boiler hire plant rooms in house at our Head Office in Andover. We use the highest specification parts from Riello and Ferolli; compliant with all of the latest legislation. Using high quality parts from such suppliers means we can customise each one to our customers’ specific needs. Cross Rental Services will provide our customers with the most innovative, reliable and efficient boilers in the market, all built by our own team of experienced technicians.
We have a large fleet of ancillary products to allow us to tailor our builds to client specifications
Flue Dilution Units
All of our boilers can be modified to include Flue Dilution – to ensure that whatever the application and location of our temporary boilers meet high environmental standards
Our team of expert engineers enable us to supply our customers with the most innovative and efficient boilers available on the hire market
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Contact us with your specifications and we can put together a bespoke package that meets your requirements
Cross Rental Services boilers range from electric 22kW Boilers to containerised 100kW, 300KW, 500kW, 600kW, 1200kW & 2000kW oil or natural gas Boilers and come in 10 foot, 20 foot as well as low footprint formats.
Reliability and Expertise
The strength of our supplier relationships allows us to access high quality parts and spares swiftly. This enables us to manufacture our plant onsite increasing our capacity to maintain and where necessary; repair our boilers is second to none.
Flue Dilution Units
All of our boilers can be modified to include Flue Dilution – to ensure that whatever the application and location of our temporary boilers we can ensure that you are meeting Environmental Protection & Clean Air Act regulations; putting your clients minds at rest.
Boiler components such as heat exchange units, pumps, dual circuits and pressurisation units can be included in the containerised plant room to tailor a solution to your specific requirements. We can also accommodate dual circuit and hot water applications.
Our boiler components are sourced from the highest quality suppliers, including; Prextherm RSW Boilers (Ferroli), Gas/Oil Burners (Riello), System Pumps (Grundfos), Pressurisation Units (Siemens), Heat Exchangers (Sondex) and Frost Stats (Grasslin).
CROSS RENTAL SERVICES KEY SUPPLIERS
Hamworthy commercial boilers are a partner to Cross Rental Services that share our focus on innovation. Their expertise has supported the Cross Rental Services boiler development programme in designing highly efficient condensing boilers. This has also enabled the inclusion within our hire fleet of extremely small footprint packaged boilers. Headquartered in Dorset Hamworthy manufacture all of our boilers at the central GA UK manufacturing facility in Hull.
Our Hamworthy boilers are partnered with Riello burners, another one of Cross Rental Services’ key supplier relationships and a business that has thrived for nearly a century across the globe. Just like Ferroli; Riello manufacture simple to use, robust units perfect for our hire-able plant rooms. We stock all ranges of gas and oil burners, including dual fuel options, for total flexibility and where necessary; emergency replacement. Gas options can be connected to a mains supply for cost effective hire solutions, or alternatively on oil connected to independent fuel tanks for efficiency.
Condensing boilers are highly energy-efficient and have considerably lower fuel and running costs. The use of condensing boilers is now heavily encouraged by government bodies and environment groups across the UK, Europe and in North America, this is because they deliver an energy-efficient alternative to conventional Boilers
In the UK domestic market, it has been compulsory for all new gas central heating boilers installed to be condensing boilers. While a conventional boiler will usually just project any excess heat from its flue into the atmosphere, a condensing boiler will recover as much of this waste heat as possible and put it to much more efficient use. This is because a condensing design uses an extra-large heat exchanger, which, during the condensing process, maximises heat transfer from the burner. The heat given by the flue gases can then be recovered by the heat exchanger, effectively recycling the energy. Condensing boilers therefore have a better operating efficiency than a conventional non-condensing design.
There are two main benefits to gain from using a condensing boiler: lower energy bills and a reduced carbon footprint. As condensing boilers are so much more efficient than their conventional counterparts when turning fuel into usable heat, less fuel is required overall to heat both water for heating and “domestic use”. The fuel efficiency in condensing boilers is also much better and significantly reduce carbon emissions.