For many organisations across the UK, including some of our Ministry of Defence clients, Scorpion Power Systems is still a byword for quality standby and prime power generation. Ever since our very first diesel generators struck out against mains power failure in 1982, providing clients with the continuous power they needed to stay fully-operational, our Scorpion Power Systems brand has left a huge impression on those it served. In fact, to this day, people seeking excellence in standby power still search online for Scorpion Generators.
Since the Scorpion name was first used back in the 1980’s, here at shentongroup we’ve since acquired a number of supporting technologies, including a National HV and LV switchgear company; we’ve launched Power Call, our ‘Power in the hour’ emergency generator service and we also launched our Combined Heat and Power arm. Back 2010, in order to present a complete continuous power service under one centralised brand, we combined the aforementioned services, including Scorpion Power Systems, into a single company, proudly presenting shentongroup: The UK’s leading technical experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat & Power Systems.
The essence of the Scorpion Power brand has not been forgotten though. Our ethos of excellence in engineering and outstanding service ensures that we still deliver a sting in the tail to power failure. Under the shentongroup brand we continue to raise the bar within the standby generator sector, offering an unparalleled range of single and three-phase generator systems from 10kVA to 3.2MVA. From design and manufacturing, to meticulous testing in our Shenton House Test Cell, through to delivery and
installation, our diesel generators have never been better. Today, they are supported by a truly nationwide network of depots and Engineers. Add unparalleled maintenance and support to the equation, which includes shentongroup’s HawkEye2 remote generator monitoring, and the legacy of Scorpion Power Systems lives on through shentongroup.
To gain a better understanding of your organisation’s continuous power needs, take a look at our shentongroup whitepaper: ‘How important is power continuity to your business?’. To discuss all of the standby power options available and to learn more about shentongroup’s range of diesel generators, click here to get in touch.