Genny Hire is, as the name implies, a generator rental company specializing in the hiring of diesel generators, which are suited to a wide variety of applications through out North East Scotland.
We can provide technical support 24/7 365 days a year.
An Experienced logistics team to get your generator to where it needs to be on time, every time.
Genny Hire Ltd are an established plant hire company based in Aberdeen. We offer 50/60Hz Diesel Generators ranging from 3 - 1250KVA which are designed for industries including Oil & Gas, Marine, Farming, Construction, Leisure Events, and many more.
We have fuel tanks ranging from 1000L to 6000L to extend the running time of your machine especially if you're in hard to reach areas or require a 24hr run time.
We have towable lighting towers, X-Eco 6, LED Floodlights that give an instant bright light, equipped with auto start/stop light sensor, AMOSS System automatically lowers mast if moved, all fitted to petrochemical standards.
We also have a vast range of distribution to accompany our generators, DNV transit frames, towable fuel bowsers, bulk fuel tanks, power distribution units (PDU), socket panels, 3PH heaters, 690V transformers, 300KW and 600KW load banks and all cabling to connect your equipment to our generators.
We have technicians available 24hrs 365 days a year to assist you with servicing and breakdown so you can have peace of mind that you have a reliable machine with capable technicians on standby ready to help you.
If you have any requirements please contact us and we can assist.
These calculators will assist you in determining what size generator you may require or how to convert one unit of electricity to another. These are a guide only please call us to discuss your requirements.
Fill in the HP of the motor(s) in their starting sequence, select the start method (Direct On Line or Star Delta) and press Evaluate. The required generator size will then be displayed at the bottom.
* Please NOTE the above calculations are an estimate only because other factors such as site conditions, motor efficiencies and iron losses are not taken into consideration.