Focusing primarily on the supply of alternative energy equipment including the legendary JKSon Lister type diesel engines, ST alternator heads in single and three phase.
We are currently putting the equipment in the field to generate off grid power for our own use and research purposes. Some of the JKSon engines lend themselves to experimentation with waste vegetable oils and vegetable oils produced on farm.
These engines are not turn key solutions but require a certain amount of mechanical ability and offer a rewarding DIY experience - these slow revving engines are produced in a developing country at an affordable price and will deliver long life if they are cleaned and checked prior to use.
They are a simple cost effective power solution to run a myriad of belt driven equipment - spare parts are readily available and at a reasonable cost.
After SWRDC sold the original factory site for redevelopment to specialist St. Modwen Properties , the residual engineering group announced its intention in March 2013 to relocate from Dursley. In Autumn 2013, the company fell into a third period of administration. Rescued quickly through a pre-packaged administration - which avoided the company's legal obligations to pay the required 250 redundancy packages, which were instead paid by the Government - the company's association with Dursley ended in April 2014, when assembly production moved to Hardwicke and the parts supply store to a former Royal Air Force hangar at Aston Down .