Scarab Sweepers Founded by Rodger Hoadley
The Scarab MK.1 mechanical road sweeper with donkey engine introduced. A Lombardini engine was used to power hydraulics.
The Scarab Minor based on the Multicar M25 chassis was introduced.
The Scarab Major 3000 our first Single-engine hydrostatic truck-mounted sweeper.
The Scarab "Hydrostatic" Minor was introduced with Ford Engine and Ford Running Gear on a Scarab Chassis.
The Scarab Major 7000 introduced on DAF 50 Chassis.
By now the Major products were built on a wide choice of chassis - Iveco, Daf, Volvo, Mercedes etc.
The Scarab Euro Minor was launched. Now using a VW Diesel engine to power the sweeper and sweep gear.
The Scarab Unidrive models were launched known as the Scarab Maxim.
The Scarab Monic was launched, a sweeper built on a Isuzu chassis.
The Scarab Merlin and Magnum range were introduced with redesigned hopper for better suction and performance.
The Scarab Magnum Plus was launched, our largest sweeper with options such as rear suction nozzles.
The Scarab Mistral - auxiliary engine sweeper launched.
CANbus was introduced to the truck-mount range of sweepers.
Scarab M6 Skid Mountable road sweeper goes into production.
CANbus 3 Launched.
Scarab becomes a subsidiary of the Fayat Group.
The Scarab M25H a major redesign based on the Scarab Minor.
The Scarab M65T Twin Drive Truck Mounted Road Sweeper is launched.
Scarab celebrates 40 years of building road sweepers.
Major investment into the Scarab factory to bring improvements to safety, quality and productivity. The factory re-organisation includes the introduction of a new dedicated After Sales centre.
The launch of the Maven 65 brings with it the next level of twin engine sweeping performance.