Load Banks

It's critical to properly size cable when connecting temporary power or a load bank. Eliminate the need to work calculations by hand with our convenient CABLE CALCULATOR.

Primary or backup power when you need it

Our extensive fleet of generators and distribution equipment is available for primary or backup power, whether during construction, ongoing operation, or routine maintenance. Supported by a seasoned team of professionals, with unmatched 24/7 service and support, Sunbelt Rentals is equipped to help you succeed.

As for applications, load banks from Sunbelt Rentals are commonly used for testing the following: power supply and critical power systems, wind and solar farms, substations and transformers, naval and marine generators, and Integrated Systems Testing (IST) of grid power. Our load banks can be used for wind and solar farm commissioning as well as electrical switchgear burn in or commissioning. Additionally, load banks from Sunbelt Rentals are implemented for Mission Critical, backup power for annual or semi-annual healthcare, HVAC systems, and both drilling and production oil and gas power generation systems.

Sunbelt Rentals seasoned experts in test design and equipment selection provide you real-world controlled operations testing to increase your productivity, reduce your downtime, and decrease your risk of outages. In between rentals, robust and rigorous quality control processes are performed to deliver high quality equipment for safe and reliable testing.

Cable calculations made easy

Our expert-designed free online Cable Calculator safely, simply and accurately sizes cable for connecting temporary power or a load bank. No more hand-calculating or worrying about overloading - our Cable Calculator helps save time on the job so you can get to work.

Rent with peace of mind

Our Rental Protection Plan (RPP) ensures that when the unexpected happens during a rental period, like theft or accidental damage, you're covered. Although optional, the RPP can cover gaps in insurance coverage and liabilities that aren't big enough to file a claim.