Shenton Group, a trusted provider of power and energy solutions, is pleased to announce the addition of 500kVA generators to their rental fleet.
Paul brings with him a wealth of expertise, having accrued 18 years of experience in the generator market, having previously served at notable entities.
Shenton Group would like to welcome the newest addition to our growing Service Sales team – Gary Delaney. Gary comes with extensive experience in the power rental and standby power sectors at varying levels for over 26 years.
Renting a generator is a common practice when you need a temporary power source for various purposes, such as construction projects, outdoor events, or as a backup power solution during emergencies such as extreme weather.
Keep your generator running like a champ with our helpful checklists on how to maintain a generator! This blog will outline a comprehensive generator maintenance checklist to guide users in ensuring their equipment’s optimal performance and safety.
When selecting a generator rental company, managers should investigate several issues including the company’s location, price and ability to provide the required equipment.
Shenton Group announces the internal restructuring of departments and the addition of a new increased management team to help broaden expertise, enable growth, and help support our thriving team.
Switchgear is an essential part of any electrical system, especially in generator power and in commercial settings. But what exactly is Switchgear and what voltages are there? This blog aims to help explain what switchgear is, what the difference between the voltage options is, and help you work out what…
Even the very best power generators need regular maintenance to guarantee peak performance.
Fuel polishing is a cleaning process that removes any harmful sediment in your generator fuel tank, which if not eliminated, can have a detrimental impact on your backup power system. A fuel polish involves removing the diesel from the storage tank, filtering it, removing the redundant fuel, and then feeding the remaining clean fuel back into the tank.