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Hot Water Cylinder News
We are pleased to announce the appointment John Dunn to the position of Regional Sales Manager for Southern England.
Jason Hobson Divisional Director for McDonald Water Storage explains “We are delighted to have John join our team. He brings with him a vast experience of technical sales, including thermal store technology, having worked with contractors, Housing Associations, merchants and installers for over 10 years in his previous roles with Gledhill.”
This 1000 litre THERMflow, with multiple fittings, highlights the expertise of our coppersmiths at McDonald Water Storage.
Interesting to see the cylinder in its natural form before the insulation and white casing is applied.
It is a fantastic example of the flexibility and benefits of our bespoke manufacturing service, meeting even the most complex customer requirements.
Fantastic news that for the 7th year running, we have received the Scottish Engineering Safety Award.
Not having any accidents within our manufacturing centre in this time period is a great credit to our manufacturing team.
With a client brief to improve water performance and to create further space within the master en-suite bathroom by removing the existing open vented hot water cylinder, an installer recently came to us with a requirement for a POWERflow unvented horizontal cylinder.
The cylinder needed to be a bespoke design to fit a roof void which was only being used as storage and to house the existing cold water storage tanks. By doing so, the installer was able to remove the existing cylinder and to free up the required space on the first floor of the property.
We were touched to be contacted by a member of the public whose father had sadly, recently passed away.
Terry Ray of James Ray Heating was a plumber for over 40 years and was well known for his work and skill as a plumbing and heating engineer. He worked extensively up and down the country, working for the Wolseley Group fitting out new branches and maintaining their properties.