Considerations when renting or leasing a negative air containment unit
You need to consider quite a few elements when it comes to renting and leasing the negative air containment units. One of the first things to consider, of course, is just how much space you need to clear. How many square feet can the unit help with? Will you need to have a larger unit, or will you need to invest in more units? It will depend on the space and the timeframe you have to complete the job in many cases.
In addition, consider just what comes with the negative air containment unit you are renting or leasing. Does it come with the entire unit, or does it only come with the enclosure? Many will include the frame, wheelbase, negative air machine and base, and the enclosure. Others may not include the enclosure. Always know exactly what you are getting when you are choosing the unit.
It is also important to consider the ease of use and setup with the machine. You will ideally want something that can be set up in a matter of minutes, generally by just one or two people, and that can be moved and removed just as quickly. Durability is also important when you are choosing your negative air containment units. Often, they are going to be working in adverse environments, so having a unit that can hold up to that environment will give you some peace of mind.