Rental

Meet our modern rental fleet

If you have an increase in production and you need a fast and cost-effective way to meet your targets, Normet rental is the solution.

Normet offers a wide variety of rental equipment for your tunnelling and mining projects. Our modern fleet of new and used equipment is produced and maintained to the highest quality standard.

Our fleet undergoes rigid maintenance of testing process before each machine is delivered to your site. Once onsite, we jointly conduct a detailed equipment inspection to ensure that the Normet Rental Equipment meets the agreed standards for your job.

Want to read the most common questions about Normet Rentals? Please find the comprehensive yet compact Q&A summary.

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Concrete sprayers, industrial scale

Spraymec 8100

Spraymec 8100

Description:
  • Mobile concrete sprayer
  • Maximum vertical spraying reach is 14 m
  • Efficient spraying from one set-up in tunnels of up to 10,3 m in height and 16 m in width
  • Compact design enables spraying in tunnels with cross-secions of 15 – 140 m2
  • Theoretical pumping capacity for spraying operations is 3-30 m3/h
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Concrete sprayers, smaller scale

Minimec

Minimec

Description:
  • Mobile concrete sprayer
  • Recommended solution for small diameter tunnels or in places where access is unavailable to larger machinery
  • Can cover up to 8,0 m in height and 6,4 m in width with a spraying distance of 1,5 m
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Norstreamer

Norstreamer

Description:
  • Trailer concrete pump
  • Designed to be used with the Normet Minimec or for manual application
  • Pumping capacity of 3 – 30 m3/h
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Lifting

Himec RM

Himec RM

Description:
  • Man lifting, explosive charging, installations
  • Lifting capacity 1000 kg
  • Vertical reach 9,3 m (basket floor)
  • Possibility for a dual boom
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Esslift 1000

Esslift 1000

Description:
  • Service and assembly work
  • Lifting capacity 1000 kg
  • Vertical reach 13 m
  • Approved for road traffic in EU
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Utilities

Variomec

Variomec

Description:
  • Variomec is a modular platform that can be easily converted to various applications:
    • Concrete mixing
    • Lifting
    • Dumper (maximum payload capacity 16 t, dump box capacity 9 m3)
  • Maximum speed in horizontal tunnel: 18 km/h
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Charging and scaling

Scamec 2000 (Tier3)

Scamec 2000 (Tier3)

Description:
  • Designed for mechanized scaling in underground mines and tunnels where tramming height is 2,4 m or more
  • Maximum speed of 17 km/h; 7 km/h in an upward 1:7 inclined tunnel
  • Comes with three boom heads: hammer unit, pick unit and a road header. Changing the boom head takes an hour on site
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Charmec

Charmec

Description:
  • Designed for face & production charging in underground mines and tunnels up to 65 m2 cross sections with max face height of 8,8 m
  • Maximum speed of 25 km/h; 8 km/h in upward 1:7 inclined tunnel
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Please note, that here we have only a few examples of our range. Please contact us for full catalogue.

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All Normet Rentals are accompanied by comprehensive parts and service agreements to ensure high productivity and safe operations at your job site. Further to this, we can provide our highly skilled trainers who can audit your operations and conduct comprehensive application and operator training as required.

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Questions &
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1. All Normet Rentals are accompanied by comprehensive parts and service agreements. What does this mean in practise?

Practically, this means that we will agree on periodical field service visits to the site, or provision a dedicated on-site service technician. The field service technician will maintain the machine and recommend spare parts as required. Customers will then buy the spare parts and the field service technician will install them to keep the machine up and running.

2. “We can provide highly skilled trainers who can audit your operations and conduct comprehensive application and operator training as required.” What does this mean in practise?

It means that we provide commissioning and start-up training at the beginning of the rental period. In addition, customers can order various audits from Normet that help them to choose the correct machines for the job. Furthermore, Normet can provide additional training on machine use.

3. What is the minimum rental period?

One month.

4. What is the average rental period?

Around one year; the most typical rental periods are 12 and 24 months.

5. What happens to the equipment after each rental?

The equipment is refurbished to rental-ready condition. The average lifetime of rental equipment is 5–7 rentals. However, that lifetime can be doubled with a rebuild.

6. How are logistics handled? How is the equipment delivered to the destination?

We use Ex Works (EXW) terms. We deliver the rental equipment to the Normet Warehouse in the country in which the equipment is located. The rental period begins when the equipment is in the warehouse and ready to be picked up. It ends when the equipment is returned to the Normet Warehouse. Customers arrange transportation unless otherwise arranged.

7. How should customers maintain and store the rental equipment?

Rental equipment should be returned in a re-rentable condition (grade 3). All the grades are defined in the Condition grade classification document which you can download from this rentals page.

The maintenance contract ensures that there will not be any major repair cost required at the end of the lease period. This is a true customer benefit.

8. In what condition should the equipment be returned?

Rental equipment should be returned in a re-rentable condition (grade 3).

9. If the rental period is two years, does your representative visit the site after a year and assess the condition of the rented equipment and perform maintenance?

A typical service interval is stipulated in the rental contract and is typically one to two months. A Normet's Field Service Technician will visit the site to perform service. Sometimes a technician will stay on site, especially if the customer has more than one rented machine.

The Normet Field Service Technician will carry out a return check for the rented equipment about a month before the end of the rental period. This check determines final repair requirements and any spare parts required to bring the machine to re-rental (grade 3) condition. Customers may take care of the repairs themselves, or ask Normet to carry them out.

10. What kind of pre-payment terms do you have?

Unless otherwise agreed, we have a 2-month rental deposit.

11. In what kind of projects is the rental equipment mostly used?

Rental equipment is mostly used in tunnelling projects. The duration of this kind of project is usually relatively short, so purchasing equipment is seldom economical.

Mines use rental machines for “bridging” purposes, among other reasons. They might be waiting for new equipment to be built and delivered (delivery may take more than half a year).

12. What kind of experience does Normet have as a rental machine supplier?

We have years of experience all over the world. Our current rental fleet consists of about 150 units.

13. Why rent equipment from Normet?

Normet machines cannot be rented elsewhere. Similar machines may in some cases be rented from competitors, but Normet's strength lies in a comprehensive service network and rapid spare parts delivery to ensure machine uptime throughout the rental period. Customers are never left alone.

In addition, Normet's strength is that our machines are durable and easy to repair – that is why they can be rented, year after year. Normet also ensures that each rental device is in excellent condition before the rental begins. Rentals come with a six-month, 500-hour guarantee (whichever comes first). Compared to buying a new machine, the advantages of renting include a shorter delivery time, a competitive rental price, and optimal cash flow (no big advance investment). The service agreements included in the leases ensure that the machine is available for use throughout the rental period.

14. Is there a help line for rental fleet customers?

Local Normet salespeople are your first point of contact. They allocate local support and maintenance staff.

You may also contact:
Isto Nuorkivi
Director, Rental & Lease
Services business line
Mobile +358 400 250 120
isto.nuorkivi@normet.com