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Confined Space Entry & Rescue Equipment for Rent

United Rentals carries a variety of confined space equipment rentals and rescue equipment for rent. Our range of confined space entry and rescue equipment has all the tools and accessories needed to aid, protect and rescue anyone who is working inside of a confined space.

For our full list of confined space entry and rescue equipment for rent, view the items below. For more information, visit our resource section.

Tripod Confined Space Entry And Rescue Kit
Cat Class Code
550-7066

Tripod Confined Space Entry And Rescue Kit

  • Features dual winch system
  • Allows for non-entry rescue of a confined space entrant
  • Lift and lower materials and personnel via the hoist while having the ability to use a self-retracting lifeline
  • United Rentals will contact you to confirm requirements
  • Uses: Ideal for hoisting materials or personnel into and out of confined spaces
Gas Detector
Cat Class Code
550-8032

Multi-Gas Detector, 5 Gas

  • 5-gas testing: O2, CO, H2S, LEL and SO2
  • Very rugged instrument
  • Easy calibration
  • Easy to use
  • Uses: Ideal for testing for air testing for five different gases, including O2, CO, H2S, LEL and SO2
Trench Shield Davit Arm Base
Cat Class Code
550-8234

Davit Arm Base

  • Fits a maximum wall thickness of 24"
  • Light and easily portable
  • Can be used with various retreival systems to raise or lower personnel
  • United Rentals will contact you to confirm requirements
  • Uses: Ideal for confined space entry or exit applications
Confined Space Entry & Rescue Equipment icon with white background
Cat Class Code
550-8235

Confined Space Davit Arm, Free-Standing Portable Base

  • Free-standing portable base for temporary jobsites
  • Davit for confined space rescue
  • Safety accessory for confined space or trench work
  • Contact United Rentals with your requirements
  • Uses: Outstretched arm for confined space support, rescue and retrieval of confined space workers
Hydraulic Shoring icon with white background
Cat Class Code
550-8236

Trench Shield Davit Arm

  • Mounts directly onto most standard trench shields
  • Light and easily portable
  • Can be used with various retreival systems to raise or lower personnel
  • United Rentals will contact you to confirm requirements
  • Uses: Ideal for confined space entry or exit applications
Resources

FAQs about confined space entry & rescue equipment

Trust United Rentals to provide top-of-the-line equipment from our selection of confined space entry and rescue equipment for rent, made to ensure the safety of your team. Our inventory of confined space and entry tools for rent features atmospheric monitoring equipment, like this multi-gas detector, capable of five-gas simultaneous monitoring, as well as descent and rescue equipment, like davit arms, davit arm bases and this tripod and winch quick-activating retrieval system, ideal for temporary anchoring in rescue scenarios. Additionally, our Project Uptime article Toolbox Talk: Staying Safe in Confined Spaces is full of additional information to keep you and your team informed. Learn more about confined space entry and rescue equipment in our FAQ section below.

FAQs
What is considered a confined space?

Confined spaces are small spaces with limited or restricted means of entry and exit, and special procedures are implemented to protect operators working within the confined space. Examples of confined spaces are fuel storage tanks, sewers, manholes, elevator pits, ducts, pipelines or underground vaults. For more information, check out our Project Uptime article, When Is a Trench a Confined Space? and brush up on your confined space safety knowledge.

How many people are required for confined space entry?

Proper confined space entry requires three workers. At a minimum, successful confined space entrant teams need to have a supervisor, an attendant and an entrant. To improve confined space safety, check out our Project Uptime article on MSA gas detector usage data.

When does entry into a confined space require a permit?

According to OSHA requirements, a “permit-requiring confined space” contains or potentially contains a hazardous atmosphere. Examples are if the space has material with the potential to engulf someone who enters the space, the area has an internal configuration that might cause an entrant to be trapped or asphyxiated by inwardly converging walls or by a floor that slopes downward or the space contains other recognized serious safety or health hazards. Need more help? Our trench safety experts are always on hand to help you find the right protective system and equipment to protect your workers and keep your project running smoothly.