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ANTI-VANDAL, MOBILE & STATIC WELFARE ACCOMMODATION UNITS


Manufacturing excellence for over 30 YEARS


Modern and functional products, suitable for the demanding hire industry.


We continually work closely with clients to develop and improve our range – offering cost savings by way of carbon reduction, reduced levels of generator and water usage, safety, servicing and longevity of all our products.


The capability to deliver


100,000 square feet of state of the art manufacturing facilities


Commitment to quality products, ease of use and continuous innovation


Fusion Pulse solar technology* ✓


Dedicated to providing after sales training & customer care


Detailed and focused CPD accredited Service & Maintenance and Hire Desk & Sales Awareness Product Training


To fi nd out how Genquip Groundhog has become a leading innovator in site welfare, please get in touch:


Tel 01639 823484 Email sales@genquip.co.uk www.groundhog.co.uk


* Optional | † Included as standard in Fusion and Fusion Pulse models.


Mobile Units have obtained type approval with VCA


ONE CALL UK & Ireland coverage from our dedicated Head Offi ce


Inverter powered sockets and PIR LED lighting†


Enhanced interior & recycled non-slip plastic flooring


Galvanised twin and single axle chassis


Telemetry & tracking*


Waterless urinal and 12V full flush eco-toilet reducing water usage*


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