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Heat Ducts for Rent

United Rentals has a substantial selection of HVAC ducting that is perfectly suited for delivering and removing air for heating, ventilating and air conditioning applications.

temporary duct
Cat Class Code
244-5203

A/C Ducting, 20 in. x 25 ft., Return with 3-in. Pitch

  • Our interlocking end rings allow for ease of connection by simply putting the ends inside one another
  • UV-, rot- and flame-resistant materials
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Temperature ranges up to 200°F
  • Uses: Ideal for temporary ducting for entertainment, commercial or industrial jobsite needs
temporary ducting
Cat Class Code
250-1161

A/C/Heat Duct, 12 in. by 25 ft., High Temperature

  • Our interlocking end rings allow for ease of connection by simply putting the ends inside one another
  • UV-, rot- and flame-resistant materials
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Withstands temperatures up to 350°F
  • Uses: Ideal for temporary solutions within various heating applications for multiple industries and worksite projects
temporary ducts
Cat Class Code
244-5050

AC/Heat Duct, 12 in. by 25 ft.

  • Our interlocking end rings allow for ease of connection by simply putting the ends inside one another
  • UV-, rot- and flame-resistant materials
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Temperature ranges up to 200°F
  • Uses: Ideal for when your project needs temporary ducting
temporary duct
Cat Class Code
244-5200

AC/Heat Duct, 20 in. by 25 ft.

  • Our interlocking end rings allow for ease of connection by simply putting the ends inside one another
  • UV-, rot- and flame-resistant materials
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Temperature ranges up to 200°F
  • Uses: Ideal for when your project needs temporary ducting
temporary ducting
Cat Class Code
250-1159

Heat Duct, 12 in. by 20 ft., High Temp

  • Our interlocking end rings allow for ease of connection by simply putting the ends inside one another
  • UV-, rot- and flame-resistant materials
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Withstands temperatures up to 350°F
  • Uses: Ideal for temporary solutions within various heating applications for multiple industries and worksite projects
temporary ducting
Cat Class Code
250-1162

Heat Duct, 12 in. by 25 ft.

  • Our interlocking end rings allow for ease of connection by simply putting the ends inside one another
  • UV-, rot- and flame-resistant materials
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Withstands temperatures up to 350°F
  • Uses: Ideal for temporary solutions within various heating applications for multiple industries and worksite projects
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FAQs About HVAC Ducts

Our lineup of ducts includes AC ducting and heating duct options up to 25 feet long, as well as heat-resistant ducting that can withstand temperatures up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Other noteworthy features of our HVAC duct inventory include abrasion resistance; interlocking end rings; and UV-, rot- and flame-resistant materials. You're sure to find the temporary solution you need regardless of your project's requirements, and our ducting is excellent for various applications throughout numerous industries. Trust United Rentals with all your HVAC ducting rental needs.

FAQs
What is a heating duct?

Heating ducts, also known as HVAC ducting or AC ducting, are conduits that deliver either warm or cool air to cool, heat or ventilate rooms. They are connected to an HVAC unit which filters and either heats or cools the air before sending it through the ducts.

How can I insulate heating ducts?

Most heating and cooling ducts can be insulated using fiberglass insulation, which comes in flexible and rigid forms depending on your needs. While the flexible type is relatively easy to install, provided you have the duct mastic (adhesive) required, rigid insulation is much more challenging to install on one's own. For flexible insulation, you'll want to apply the duct mastic to the duct joints where the elbow connects to the duct. Then you'll cut the insulation to the proper size, wrap the insulation around the duct and pinch the seam closed. Finally, secure the insulation with strips of foil tape.

Can I use flexible ducts for heating?

In short, yes. Flexible ducting can be used for heating and cooling and comes with some pros and cons. The most significant advantages of using flexible ducting are that it is cheap, often easier to install and requires fewer joints thanks to its versatility. On the other hand, flexible ducting is considered temporary, with a lifespan of about 15 years. These are the main factors to consider when choosing between flexible or rigid ducts.