Rental Ground Power Equipment – 28.5V D.C. & 400 Hz A.C.

Why Choose MCP for your Rental Ground Power Equipment?

Jet-Ex 7 Rental Ground Power UnitMCP is an authorized dealer for Hobart Ground Power equipment and has been a partner with Hobart for over 35 years. We provide only Hobart ground power equipment for rent because Hobart has been the industry standard for over 65 years and their product quality is unsurpassed. During our relationship with Hobart, we have developed the best group of support personnel available and maintain the largest rental fleet of ground power equipment in the nation. We provide a wide range of ground power equipment, including: 28.5V D.C. Solid State Rectifiers, 28.5V D.C. Diesel Powered Generator Sets, 400Hz A.C. Solid State Frequency Converters and 400Hz A.C. Diesel Powered Generator Sets. We also offer combination equipment that can provide both AC and DC power. All of our equipment is well-maintained by factory-trained technicians, calibrated to mil-spec settings, protected by Hobart engineered fail-safe features and load-tested for proper performance.

How do I get a rental ground power unit from Mark C. Pope Associates, Inc.?

Setting up a rental term is very simple; for existing customers, this can be accomplished with a phone call. If you are new to doing business with MCP, all we need is a completed credit application. The more notice you can give for your rental the better we will be able to serve you, but we typically have equipment in stock that is ready to be delivered.

Why would I want a rental ground power unit instead of purchasing one?

Renting makes a lot of sense for businesses or FBO’s that have a seasonal need or short-term requirement. MCP provides a great deal of rental ground power equipment for the NBAA (National Business Aviation Association) during their quarterly and annual conventions. We also provide equipment for increased traffic due to local events. The most common reason for a rental is when budget restrictions make it a necessity. Renting a ground power unit can give you the ability to fulfill an operational need when you have capital spending restraints.