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Duke Energy Rentals Corp. is the industry leader in Fire Suppression. As the industry experts, Duke offers the highest quality equipment, service, safety and personnel. Duke Energy Rentals offers both a Fire Suppression + Light Tower Unit as well as Fire Suppression, Light Tower + Decontamination Shower Units.

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