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Brilliant: Sell Equipment 

Surplus Into Revenue


Are you looking to sell your surplus, salvage, or scrap equipment?

Brilliant Equipment Services is the premier provider of equipment removal services. We offer a full range of services including dismantling and recycling for all types of power generation, electrical switchgear, circuit breakers, motor controls and more. Whether it’s one pallet or an entire plant we have the solution!

You can trust us with your most valuable assets because we are committed to maintaining our reputation as a trusted partner in equipment decommissioning. Our team has over 30 years combined experience in handling surplus equipment safely, responsibly and profitably so you can rest easy knowing that everything will be handled properly from start to finish.

We buy used equipment

Power Generation
Electrical Switchgear
Circuit Breakers
Motor Controls 
Air / Liquid Cooled Chillers
Scrap Metal Services
Halon & FM200 Recovery

We buy used equipment of all major brands.

Below are some of the most common brands of equipment we purchase.

Breakers, Switchgear, Transformers, Motor Controls

Allen Bradley parts

Breakers, Switchgear, Transformers, Motor Controls

Baltimore Air Cooled (BAC) Cooling Towers

Caterpillar Generators

Diesel / Natural Gas

Cummins Logo

Cummins Generators

Diesel / Natural Gas


Breakers, Switchgear, Transformers, Motor Controls, Bus Duct

Detroit MTU Generators

Diesel / Natural Gas


Breakers, Switchgear, Transformers, Motor Controls, Bus Duct


Breakers, Switchgear, Transformers, Motor Controls, Bus Duct


Kohler Generators

Diesel / Natural Gas


Breakers, Switchgear, Transformers, Motor Controls


Breakers, Switchgear, Transformers, Motor Controls, Bus Duct




Tips for selling used or surplus equipment 

tips on how to sell equipment

When you want to sell used or surplus equipment, there are some things that you can do to assist in a smooth and profitable purchasing transaction.


  1. Take clear photos of all labels, data tags, engine name plates, model numbers, hour meters, service record logs, weights and dimensions.
  2. Make a list including the manufacturer’s name, part number, date of manufacture, quantity, condition: new, used, surplus 
  3. Provide an asking price if at all possible.
  4. If equipment is to be removed, decommissioned or will require rigging or lifting equipment, please describe any possible challenges that may affect the offer

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Life is to short to spend time haggling and hoping the buyer follows through. Make the Brilliant choice, you'll be glad you did.