Scania Generator Service & Repair
Generator Power offers a full-service repair, service & scheduled maintenance for Scania power generators. In fact, we will help you with all of your power generators needs that also includes:
- fueling solutions,
- transfer switch needs &
- parts purchasing.
- General inspection
- Troubleshooting and system diagnostics
- Lubrication service
- Cooling system service
- Fuel system service
- Servicing and testing batteries
- Regular engine exercise
Contact Generator Power About Your Scania Generator Service & Repair Needs
To schedule a generator service or learn more about Generator Power services, contact your nearest office.
This Is What Working With Generator Power Gives You
Reliability and Peace of MindWe offer planned generator maintenance, essential to the reliable operation of any power generation system in Australia. One of the most important reasons for having a planned maintenance agreement for your generator is that it offers you peace of mind, knowing that your Scania generators are protected and that any minor issues are diagnosed before becoming a serious issue. This all results in reduced unscheduled downtime, and overall – lower generator repair costs.
Maintenance Packages Customised to Your Operational NeedsWe have comprehensive planned maintenance packages that we customise to your organisational needs and the equipment you use. They are specifically designed to meet all regulatory requirements, they help to assure the maximum reliability of your Scania generators.
Extensive Service CoverageWe service all generator sets, transfer switches, and switchgear. Our certified generator technicians are experienced and very knowledgeable on the recommendations for every generator application, as well as for supplying genuine Scania generators and parts.
Scania AB is a major Swedish manufacturer headquartered in Södertälje, focusing on commercial vehicles – specifically heavy lorries, trucks and buses. It also manufactures diesel engines for power generators, heavy vehicles as well as marine and general industrial applications. Scania was formed in 1911 through the merger of Södertälje-based Vabis and Malmö-based Maskinfabriks-aktiebolaget Scania. Since 1912, the company has been relocated again to Södertälje after the merger. Today, Scania has production facilities in Sweden, France, the Netherlands, Thailand, China, India, Argentina, Brazil, Poland, Russia and Finland. In addition, there are assembly plants in ten countries in Africa, Asia and Europe. Scania’s sales and service organisation and finance companies are worldwide. In addition to bus and truck engines, Scania’s industrial and marine engines are used in generator sets and in earthmoving and agricultural machinery, as well as onboard ships and pleasure crafts.