If you intend on visiting this years Data Centre World, taking place over the 12th and 13th April at London’s ExCel, then make your way over to stand A30. There, you’ll meet experts from the shentongroup team who’ll help you to learn more about Backup Generators and Uninterruptible Power Supply systems. However, make sure you take some business cards with you! Leave one with the shentongroup team and you’ll be entered into a competition to win an exhilarating helicopter ride for two over London. Even considering that Data Centre World welcomes a healthy volume of attendees each year (12,000), the odds of winning are not bad at all!
Returning for yet another year at Data Centre World, shentongroup has a proven track record in providing data centres throughout the country with continuous power supply solutions that ensure client locations stay online, regardless of the increasing risk in mains power failures that so many organisations within the data centre sector fear. To find out more about how shentongroup has helped its data centre clients, take a look at the following case studies; “Generator Install Provides Standby Power System for Building Infrastructure and Data Centre” and “shentongroup Wins Major UPS and Generator Project for Telecoms Data Hosting Centre” prior to Data Centre World.
Whilst you’re visiting the leading technical experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat and Power, you’ll also have an opportunity to see the shentongroup team demo their HawkEye2 remote monitoring service. HawkEye2 is a 24/7 monitoring system, suitable for all makes of standby generators, starting with simple modem-based systems, right up to highly sophisticated web-based monitoring systems that allow the shentongroup team to carry out remote fault detection.
HawkEye2 automatically starts your generator once per week for 10 minutes, checking vital operating parameters including voltage, frequency, oil and water temperature, battery condition, emergency stop and fuel levels. After this, a full condition report is sent to shentongroup‘s HawkEye2 monitoring centre via phone line or GSM upload. You then have a choice of receiving SMS or voicemail reports sent to your preferred numbers.
As well as HawkEye2, the shentongroup team will be happy to explain just how the company helps organisations of all sizes to secure their continuous power supplies. Whether it’s through the provision of permanent standby generators and UPS systems and all related refuelling, servicing and maintenance, or whether it’s with shentongroup’s Power Call ‘Power in the hour’ emergency generator service. With a number of strategically placed depots throughout the country, shentongroup guarantees that an emergency generator will be dispatched and operational within a guaranteed 3 hours, with the company’s record being just 23 minutes.
shentongroup is on course for another record year and is just about to reach 70 employees, the most it’s ever had. So come along and meet some of shentongroup’s professional and friendly team and find out how and why they provide more and more satisfied clients with reliable continuous power solutions. And just to remind you again, bring business cards to win that fantastic helicopter ride over London!