WHAT ARE CAREY BOILER WORKS’ BUSINESS HOURS?
The dedicated Carey Boiler Works team is available 24/7 to assist you with your temporary boiler rental needs. Call us ANYTIME at 1-800-727-7252!!
WHO PROVIDES THE INSURANCE?
The Lessee agrees to provide full protection for the boiler rental.
WHO PAYS THE FREIGHT?
This is the Lessees’ financial responsibility. Carey Boiler Works LLC will make arrangements. Lessee pays the shipping charge from the shipping location to the plant site and return.
WHO PAYS FOR THE LOADING AND UNLOADING?
The Lessee is responsible for these charges. Lessee must arrange and pay for the unloading and reloading at the plant site. Any crane charges are considered a loading or unloading charge.
WHO PROVIDES THE OIL PUMP?
The oil pump and automatic equipment is provided as an integral part of the boiler rental. Please call for #6 oil applications.
WHAT ABOUT OIL TANKS?
The Lessor provides on board fuel oil storage facilities tanks on MOST units up to and including 350 HP. If rental boiler does not include on board oil storage tank and Lessee doesn’t have fuel storage facilities on site, a local oil company can usually supply a temporary storage tank or we can provide a double wall rental oil tank shipped separately for an additional charge.
WHO SUPPLIES THE MAIN GAS PRESSURE REGULATOR?
Lessee must supply regulated gas pressure to the rental boiler. See specification sheet for exact pressure required for the boiler being furnished.
WHO PROVIDES THE FAN?
On our trailer-mounted boilers, 75,000 lbs/hr and below, this is an integral part of the equipment.
WHO PROVIDES FLUE GAS OUTLET STACK?
Stub stacks are provided on most rental boilers. These are usually sufficient if ample building clearance exists. On large (over dimensional) boiler rentals the stacks must be shipped loose on another trailer.
WHO PROVIDES THE SET-UP, CONNECTIONS AND DISCONNECTIONS?
The Lessee is responsible for blocking and leveling the trailer, making the necessary piping and electrical connections when the equipment arrives. Lessee must perform the necessary disconnections when complete with the equipment.
WHO PROVIDES START-UP SERVICE?
Carey Boiler Works LLC or an authorized agent must provide this service at an additional charge.
WHAT ABOUT FUEL AND POWER?
The Lessee must provide fuel (including propane tank and regulator for ignition) and power.
WHAT ABOUT FEEDWATER TREATMENT?
Normal boiler feedwater treatment that is regularly used at the plant site may be suitable for the rental boiler. Lessee is responsible for providing salt for equipment that contains a water softener. Lessee is responsible for providing proper chemical treatment regardless of length of boiler rental. Removal of any scale that might develop during operation is the responsibility of Lessee.
HOW SHOULD BOILERS BE OPERATED?
Competent engineers should operate rental boiler, in accordance with the Lessor’s Instruction Manual. Any occurrence of damage other than normal wear and tear is the responsibility of the Lessee. Generally boiler operators on site can handle our automatic boilers along with their existing duties.
WHAT ABOUT PARTS THAT FAIL?
Parts that fail due to normal wear and tear will be supplied by Carey Boiler Works LLC. Labor is the responsibility of the Lessee. All failed parts are to be returned to Carey Boiler Works LLC within ten (10) days for inspection. Failure to return defective parts will result in an invoice being generated for the parts plus shipping. Lessee is responsible for return freight of defective/failed parts to Carey Boiler Works LLC.
HOW IS BOILER TO BE PREPARED FOR SHIPMENT?
The boiler should be opened, flushed and inspected by a boiler inspector or on site personnel. Boiler should be thoroughly drained, boiler feed system should be thoroughly drained and all areas where water can be drained should be drained. Anti-freeze should be introduced into those areas to protect the equipment from freeze-ups during the winter.