Scarab Magnum at the London Marathon proving to be the Cleanest Runner
Friday - May 1, 2015 3:10 am
Scarab Magnum at the London Marathon proving to be the Cleanest Runner
Most marathoners don’t think about it, but after the 26.2-mile race, there’s a large mess left to clean up, this takes a lot of hard work and planning from the local authorities and workers. Thankfully our sweepers are a firm favourite of many of the authorities involved in the 'big clean up' after the London Marathon, amongst the sweepers out on the day was a Magnum Hydrostatic loaned by Scarab Sweepers to the City of London. Les Walker the Senior Street Environment Officer was very grateful and commented ‘the machine performed very well and it assisted them greatly in achieving tight time scales to get the roads in the City re-opened’ Scarab was happy to help the council for such a great event which helps raise money for many good causes. Well done to everyone who took part.
Scarab M6 and Azura's cleaning the Bahrain F1 track.
Wednesday - Apr 22, 2015 3:21 am
Scarab M6 and Azura's cleaning the Bahrain F1 track.
 Photos from this weekends F1 in Bahrain. Scarab would like to thank James Macdonald the Maintenance Manager and our best wishes to the sweeping and technical crew that Alvin Chambers trained over the 3 days prior to the race.


Scarab M6 and Azura's cleaning the Bahrain F1 track.
Monday - Apr 20, 2015 9:57 pm
 
 

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Barossa Council, Australia receive their new Scarab Mistral
Monday - Mar 23, 2015 3:26 am
Barossa Council, Australia receive their new Scarab Mistral
Rosmech our Australian Distributor has recently delivered a new Scarab Mistral to Barossa Council, the Mistral has been fitted to an Isuzu FSR 700 cab chassis a popular choice in Australia. The new vehicle is being used primarily as a precinct sweeper throughout the Barossa Valley to maintain the presentation in the key tourist wine growing region. The region covers an area of 912 square kilometres and includes towns such as Mount Pleasant, Angaston, Nuriootpa, Tanunda, Lyndoch &; Williamstown. 
Barossa have previously owned 2 Scarab Merlin's and has been a Rosmech customer for over 10 years. Reasons for choosing Scarab: Overall package including Service Agreement, Performance and ease of operation of twin engine, comfort of the Isuzu cab chassis and quiet operation, along with standard equipment options all contributed to the success of Rosmech's offer.
Bicester Sweepers new Scarab Magnum Hydrostatic
Monday - Mar 9, 2015 5:08 am
Bicester Sweepers new Scarab Magnum Hydrostatic
Bicester Sweepers have just taken delivery of a Scarab Magnum Hydrostatic mounted on a 15ton euro six DAF chassis; this new sweeper joins the Scarab Mistral they purchased last year. The Magnum is fitted with the new Scarab high speed fan option which gives up to 40% more suction performance, due to the additional power the fan creates a newly designed and strengthened 7.2 meter hopper is supplied which gives an impressive 7.5 tonne payload.

The new Magnum is a highly specified machine and is fitted with many options including an auxiliary channel brush mounted on the near side, overhead suction boom, high-pressure power wash and a high powered Hydrostatic gearbox.
Robert Herring the Managing Director of Bicester Sweepers has been running a fleet of Road sweepers for many years and until recently used twin engine sweepers from another manufacturer, one of Robert’s hobbies is steam engines from a bygone age and he sees the single engine design of the Magnum as the modern future in road sweepers. 
Being a Hydrostatic the Scarab Magnum makes very good use of the 250 BHP DAF engine to power the sweeper. The engine can be run as low as 1100 RPM which is right at the bottom of the green band and works extremely well on the new Euro 6 engines.
 
We would like to thank Bicester Sweepers for their custom.

London Borough of Havering receive their 3 new Scarab Minors
Thursday - Feb 19, 2015 5:59 am
London Borough of Havering receive their 3 new Scarab Minors
London Borough of Havering have taken delivery of their three new Scarab Minor's all fitted with the optional dual sweep channel brush system this gives the vehicle the ability to sweep either side of the vehicle meaning a greater sweeping coverage and the ability to clean around Roundabouts with ease.  The three machines will cover a wide area from the surburban areas of Romford through to industrial areas around Rainham, the Scarab Minor is a wise choice for the L.B of Havering due to the versatility of the machine along with the speed at which it can travel between areas.
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