Rental Fleet

Below are the standard oil filtration rental equipment that we have for rent. Custom oil filtration machines are also available. Call 832-214-4953 or email info@hydrocarbonfiltration.com to rent a system or find out additional information on any of our products or custom filtration services.

Particulate Removal Systems (PRS)

Remove particulate contamination within liquid hydrocarbons.

Vacuum Oil Purifiers & Dehydrators

Oil Dehydrators, Oil Reclaimers, and Oil Distillation Systems

Fuel Coalescers

Capable of removing water in fuel oil as low as 25 PPM

Transformer Oil Purifiers

Reverse the effects of electrical stress and oxidation on transformer oil.

Varnish Absorption Systems

For varnish mitigation and removal for lubricants and oils.

Filter Housings

Filter vessels with expert sizing, design and fabrication to ASME codes.

Rent A Skid/ Get Pricing

Rent a Skid / Get Pricing

About Rentals

All rental equipment is modified before shipment for your application and site. Once you engage with our team will extract the necessary specifications and then ship the rental equipment to you.

A few Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) about our rentals:

What are the onsite power requirements?

Most systems are 460 V/3 Phase Power, and require anything between 20 to 100 amps of power supply, depending on the size and load of the system. They range in size from 2 feet deep by 2 feet wide by 4 feet tall and 200 pounds, to 6 feet deep by 10 feet wide by 7 feet tall, and weighing up to 6,500 pounds.

What area classification/NEMA/explosion-proof ratings do these meet?

Many of our filtration systems are NEMA 4 Electrical Compliant and can be operated outdoors in most weather conditions. We also specialize in NEMA 7 Explosion Proof systems that meet Class 1, Division 2, and Groups C&D electrical specifications.

How do you ship the equipment?

For ease of logistics and mobility, most HFS systems are skid mounted with protective cages and equipped with lifting lugs and forklift slots on all four sides. Our systems can easily be moved by standard forklifts, overhead cranes, flatbed trucks, cargo containers, and trailers.

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