10-Man Towable Welfare Unit Hire

The GP600 Fusion Anti-Vandal site welfare unit for hire is ideal for flexible on-site applications, not only for worker welfare, whilst offering a separate and private office area too. This lightweight, incredibly efficient, anti-vandal unit offers huge reductions in fuel usage and carbon emissions. Incorporating all the latest environmental and safety technologies, these units are ideal for the ever-increasing demands of on-site workers.

The Environmental Choice
The GP600 Fusion site welfare unit for hire is powered by an on board 12V battery enabling the led lights, heating, hot water and inverter sockets (to charge laptops and mobile phones) to be run without the need of the on board generator. The generator is only required to charge the onboard battery and run the hot water, kettle and microwave. The welfare cabin for hire also has a generator that is fitted with an auto stop timer to save over running and unnecessary wastage.

Features included:

  • Includes weekly service and empty
  • Warm water supplied by an on-board heating system
  • Toilet wash area & hot water
  • 12 volt plug/USB
  • Air blown heating system
  • Inverter Powered Sockets
  • Seating for up to 6 people
  • Recycled Non-Slip Flooring
  • LED lighting with PIR sensors
  • Office area
  • Secured in less than 3 minutes
  • Meets HSE & CDM requirements
  • Removable low level lifting eyes
  • Fully galvanised chassis

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Minimum Hire period – 4 weeks at £295.00 per week (Transport not included). For rates on longer projects please call our Rehire department on 01253 600 176 or email rehiresales@smithshire.com

Site Welfare Unit For Hire
  • Full Specification

  • Product Code
  • Dimensions
    6000mm(L) x 2300mm(W)
  • Dimensions including drawbar
    7320mm(L) x 2300mm(W)
  • Unladen Weight
  • Gross Weight
  • Generator

Web Price: Ex VAT & Delivery (if applicable)

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10-Man Towable Welfare Unit Hire in action