The low-cost, compact and completely self contained unit. One of the best Duct Leakage testers on the market which provides everything you need for positive and negative pressure. It can develop static pressures from -2500PA to +2500PA with rates of flow from 1 to 150I/s.
One of the benefits of using the ALF 150 is the fact that it is so compact you can get it in the back of most small hatch back vehicles and it’s suitable for a one person lift. It comes fully calibrated and ready to put to use as soon as you take it out of the box and can begin testing for leaks straight away.
The Chartered Institute of Building issued a report a couple of years ago identifying the most common forms of crime in the construction industry. They identify theft and vandalism as a contribution to the UK Construction Industry suffering millions of pounds worth of losses every year. It isn’t just the crime that causes costs, it is the increased insurance premiums and project delays that are associated with it. Continue reading Secure Site Solutions from Mr Plant Hire
Another acquisition for AER Rents – The best is yet to come! Watch this space!
UK based AER Rents – part of O’Flaherty Holdings and owner of Mr Plant Hire, Drogheda Hire & Sales and Mainline Hire group – has acquired Welfare 4 Hire.
Based in Farnborough, Hampshire, the company provides mobile welfare units such as site toilet units, kitchens and canteens etc… from three locations covering the Midlands down to the South Coast. It was founded by Marc Prince and Stephen Dormer in 2013 with sales director Mel Gould joining in 2017. Prince and Gould will remain with the company along with its 14 employees.
The company said: “AER Rents will continue to expand its presence in the plant hire market through a combination of strategic acquisitions and organic growth, offering its customers access to a wider offering of modern products and services.”
Marc Prince added: “Welfare 4 Hire are excited to join the AER group and for the opportunities this will bring. Additional investment will allow us to accelerate our growth plans and expand our product range. Future depot expansion into the North of England will further improve our geographical coverage and maintain our high level of customer service. We will continue to work closely with our preferred suppliers to ensure we offer the best welfare facilities in the UK.
Mr. Plant Hire, a UK-based company established in 1981, remained open throughout the pandemic. Hospitals within the London area were preparing for hundreds of potential patients and decided they needed to construct a COVID-19 unit as soon as they could. Working with their customers to meet these urgent demands, Mr. Plant Hire dedicated a transport unit to react to last minute machine orders to assist in building COVID-19 units across its region.
The London-based rental company found ways to help its customers build these units by waiving late drop-offs and last minute order fees for customers working on COVID-19 support.
“We will continue to support our customers throughout this pandemic whilst following government guidelines,” said Ele Ioannou, Powered Access Division Manager at Mr. Plant Hire PLC. “Knowing we were part of the response in a positive way helps me through this challenging time.”
Tool theft is a serious issue for tradesmen. Keeping tools secure and away from the elements is an important consideration, especially for those who work in different areas of a site each day. Regular toolboxes can be heavy, often requiring several trips to move cases of tools from one area to another, taking invaluable time out of the working day. Continue reading How the Armorgard BarroBox is making tool storage safer and easier
A Scissor Lift is a machine that allows workers to work at height vertically. It’s a widely used machine across all industries whether it be window cleaners using it to reach the top of a building or a painter and decorator getting to those hard to reach spaces. You name it a Scissor Lift can near enough benefit every job. You can get Diesel or Electric Scissor’s which both have their own benefits for example the Diesel Scissor has a larger platform working area, and is mainly used outside. While the Electric Scissor lift is used indoors, is less noisy, battery operated and complements narrow spaces.
You don’t need multiple people to help with a Monkey Tower. A single person can be set up and ready to be worked on in 5-10 minutes. It cuts out the hard work of having several people having to setup one piece of kit.
We are currently hiring for the following roles, if you or anyone you know may be interested in any of the roles then please send your CV to our Powered Access Division Manager who’s information can be seen below!
Roles we’re hiring for!
Powered Access Workshop Administration Assistant.
Admin / Apprentice role – Working along side the workshop manager, ordering parts, accepting purchase orders in and working with the purchasing departing to ensure all admin up to date. Keeping a record of maintenance machines and updating progress. Setting up new deals with suppliers. Full training given. Will be based in the workshop office, full PPE will be required throughout full day. Hi vis, toecap boots.
New products added to our Mechanical & Electrical fleet!
It has been tough throughout the pandemic but as things start to look like they’re going to get better and we’re heading in the right direction our Mechanical & Electrical Division have expanded their fleet! Due to popular demand and keeping up with the ever-growing needs of our customers we’ve purchased more of the ALF 150’s and we’re introducing the Cosh Cage to our fleet!
AER Rents, part of O’Flaherty Holdings group, has acquired Derbyshire based Mainline Hire group, which includes Mainline Tool & Plant Hire and Mainline Access & Training, from Keith Williams and Carole Poynton.
The two owners, who will remain on board, established Mainline 39 years ago and have grown the business into a leading regional rental company, covering the Midlands and the English Home Counties. The business employs 34 and has assets of around £7.4 million.