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Posted by: Erika Green on September 1, 2016
Remember that feeling you’d get as a child when you received a new toy? You couldn’t wait to get home, rip open the box, and try it out. Well, that’s how it’s been here at Compact Power Equipment Rental since we recently introduced new equipment from partners Genie®, Toro®, Gehl®, and AUSA.
This equipment is part of our inventory expansion in key categories across the country. The AUSA telehandler, though, is the first of its kind to be introduced to our customers. Details about each piece of equipment are below, but go ahead and rent one – it’ll be easier that way.
The Genie® GR-20 Runabout is a smaller-scale lift that’s still part of the aerial equipment family. Don’t let its compact size fool you – it’s got the simple navigation found in Genie’s boom and scissor lifts but with greater access to small spaces that still need your attention. Try it for painting, installation or remodeling jobs. You can also see more of its specific equipment features here.
The Gehl® 3640E is the newest addition to Compact Power’s family of skid steers. Its easy-to-use bucket and clear control panels compliment its power. Looking to level and clear your property this weekend? Try out the 3640E. Make sure the size is right for your property before renting by checking out its equipment specifications here.
The Toro® TX1000 builds upon the brand’s dependability with the next generation of mini skid steers. With usability similar to its relative, the Toro TX427 Dingo, the TX1000 is a great fit for small outdoor projects regardless of whether you’re a DIYer or Pro. See more about the TX1000’s equipment specifications here.
The AUSA TH2513 Telehandler is the first of its kind available with Compact Power. It’s compressed, but convenient, size allows customers to tackle hard to reach, elevated projects safely. Never rented a telehandler before? No problem. See more of its equipment specifications here.
Customers can rent this new equipment in 28 major markets including New York, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Denver and Atlanta, among others. To see if the equipment is available near you, check out our store locator here.
* Pricing subject to change at certain locations.
The documentation within this section provides general safety information and operating instructions by equipment type. Specific controls, functionality and operating instructions can vary by brand, model and year. It is up to you, the operator, to ensure your own safety. This documentation is secondary to the manufacturer’s instructions provided to you within the operations manual located on each machine. If an operations manual is not available on the machine, please contact our 24/7 Customer Care Center at 1-888-COMPACT. The manuals can also be viewed and downloaded from our website at the following address http://compactpowerrents.com/Safety/.
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