Your company boiler has quit working, so you have made arrangements to have an emergency boiler rental dropped off. Right now, you might feel like you've saved the day, and you're well on your way to doing so. You will need to do these things immediately when the emergency boiler rental arrives, though.
1. Check the Boiler Over for Problems
First, even if you are really busy and even if you are ready to put the rental boiler to work right away, you or someone else will need to carefully check it over. This is important for a few reasons. You'll want to find and report any damage right away so that your company will not be held accountable for it after the boiler is returned. You'll also want to make sure that there are no problems that will prevent the boiler from being put to use and being used safely. If there are issues, you'll want to find them before the person who is dropping the boiler off leaves so that he or she can potentially assist you.
2. Make Arrangements for Your Regular Boiler to Be Repaired
Now that the emergency boiler has arrived, you might be ready to take a breather after dealing with such a stressful situation. Don't do that just yet, though. If you put off making arrangements to have your regular boiler repaired, then you might end up needing the rental that much longer. Make arrangements now so that your company's regular boiler will be back up and running quickly.
3. Carefully Read Any Reading Material That Comes with the Emergency Boiler Rental
You might be handed a stack of papers when you receive the emergency boiler rental. Don't assume that these are just unnecessary documents. First, you'll probably be given a copy of the rental contract, which you'll want to read. In it, you'll find information like what you will be charged if you end up needing to keep the emergency boiler rental for longer than originally planned and what arrangements will have to be made to have the boiler picked up.
Additionally, you might be given a copy of the manual for the boiler or any important user information related to it. Since the boiler that you are renting might not be identical to the one that is usually in use at your factory, this information is probably key so that you can put it into operation and prevent user errors while you're using it.
For more information, contact your local emergency boilers service.