Practically every vacuum unit from Portable Vacuum Solutions is available for hire as well as for sale. Our hire rates are always competitive and units can be hired on long, medium or short term contracts.
There are plenty of advantages in hiring a vacuum system rather than purchasing it; the most obvious being that unless the vacuum system is going to be in weekly use, purchasing is a costly option. In the event of an accidental spillage of powder, granules, sand, cement, aggregates or sludge, there is a very good chance that Portable Vacuum Solutions will have the ideal vacuum system in the hire fleet which can be delivered to your site quickly and efficiently – certainly far quicker than placing an order for a new machine. In an emergency, a short-term rental agreement is available that can be tailored to best suit your circumstances.
For medium to long-term usage, renting a vacuum system may still be a more economic option. If a medium sized vacuum system is going to be used on a regular basis to clean a large production area, we can advise on and install the necessary fixed pipe-work that will include strategically located terminals for connecting easily manageable flexible hoses. These flexible hoses can be fitted with a range of end tools thereby allowing your maintenance staff to vacuum large areas quickly.
Most of our medium sized vacuum systems will have a separate collection facility allowing users to either dispose of or recycle vacuumed material.
For more information on the rental options that are available please email James Ilott at
Just like every other machine, a vacuum unit needs regular servicing to ensure that it works as it was designed to. We have experienced servicing teams across the country and a Service Contract is available to customers who have chosen to purchase their vacuum unit. For customers with medium and long term hire agreements, we know the level of servicing that each machine requires and, as part of any agreement, we will handle the serving for you.
With some vacuum units though, servicing is critically important particularly if the material being vacuumed is explosive. If it is, we will have specified an ATEX certified vacuum system which will be fitted with anti-static filters and ATEX approved motors. These need to be regularly checked along with the structural integrity of the machine and its earthing points.
For more information on the servicing of vacuum systems, please contact James Ilott. firstname.lastname@example.org