Mechanical Equipment Leasing and System Output Purchasing
Who should lease mechanical equipment and systems?
Company owners who:
- do not want to own their equipment or facilities.
- need to improve their ancillary services but lack capital funding.
- managers are evaluated based on ROI.
Design-build contractors who:
- have customers who do not want to own their building or components at their facilities.
Typical EPS equipment leasing and system output purchasing choices
- HVAC Systems
- Process Systems including Cooling Systems, Heating Systems and Compressed Air Systems
- Electrical Systems
How does EPS’s leasing program differ from typical equipment leasing?
The concept of leasing equipment has been around for years. Most people are familiar with it. There are many financial institutions or equipment suppliers that will lease equipment such as chillers or air compressors. EPS asked, “Why lease equipment when you need a system to make your process work?” That led us to develop EPS system leasing. You can lease an entire process cooling system or an electrical substation and distribution system and spread the cost over a number of years.
What is system output purchasing?
Most facilities buy utilities such as natural gas or electricity. Then they pay to install a system to use the natural gas to heat water to heat their building or a process. They buy electricity to power a chiller to make chilled water to cool their building or a process. EPS asked, “Why buy eggs when you really want a chicken? EPS will design, install and finance plant systems and sell you the output on a metered or un-metered basis. Instead of buying natural gas and electricity, buy heating BTU’s, cooling BTU’s or cubic feet of compressed air. Let us show you how.
For more information on how EPS can assist you with equipment leasing and system output purchasing, contact us at 419-433-7048, or e-mail email@example.com.