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Air Handling Units for Rent

Looking for a commercial air handling unit for rent? United Rentals offers a wide variety of air handling units for commercial or industrial applications.

For our full list of air handling units for rent, view the items below. For more information, visit our resource section.

Air Handler Pack Shot
Cat Class Code

Air Handler, 75-ton, 460V, Electric Powered

  • Upright vented system
  • Unit dimensions 96" x 48" x 72"
  • Air flows up to 7,000 cubic feet per minute
  • Drain pumps available
Air Handler Pack Shot
Cat Class Code

Air Handler, 120-ton, 460V, Electric Powered

  • Air flows up to 30,000 cubic feet per minute
  • Unit dimensions 148" x 101" x 63"
  • 3" Victaulic chilled water supply and return for increased flexibility and durability
  • Remove up to 120 tons of heat per hour

FAQs About Air Handling Units

Air handling units (AHUs) perfect for any commercial or industrial setting. Our units are reliable and efficient and can be used for various purposes. We understand the importance of having a properly functioning air handler, which is why we only offer the best products on the market. Choose from electric-powered handlers ranging in heat removal measurements from 75 tons per hour up to 120 tons per hour with a rated voltage of 460 volts. If you need an air handling unit for rent that will exceed your expectations, United Rentals is the right choice! Learn more in the FAQ section below.

What is an air handling unit?

An air handling unit is a piece of equipment that re-conditions air from an outside source to be used for fresh air inside a given structure. It is typically considered a vital part of an HVAC system.

What is the difference between an air handling unit and a furnace?

The primary difference between these two pieces of equipment is that a furnace is a heat-producing source, functioning as a self-contained device that heats air to keep spaces warm, while air handling units do not produce heat — except for some types that provide auxiliary heating options.

Is an air handling unit a heat pump?

No, an air handling unit is not a heat pump. Rather, it's a single component of an entire indoor air conditioning or heating system.