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Hot Water Cylinder News
Dispelling the myth that bespoke cylinders are just for one-off projects, McDonald Engineers has enabled one Scottish Local Authority to save a significant amount of time and installation costs on a project which required over 400 thermal stores.
McDonald Engineers were recently approached by a merchant who had a bit of unusual request - 'Can you supply copper washers for a council who needs them for a particular contract they are working on?'
As you may be aware, copper washers are often used in piping, electronics and biomedical applications as they are a great conductor of heat and when very pure, a good conductor of electricity. Copper is also quite a malleable material which means that when a copper washer is crushed between two surfaces, it can fill any imperfection.
McDonald Engineers has once again risen to the challenge, quite literally, by manufacturing a bespoke hot water cylinder, measuring in at 1830mm in height and just 280mm in diameter, to the client's exact specifications as provided in the form of the old cylinder.
Unvented cylinder systems are now experiencing an unprecedented growth in the replacement market, as many installers recognising that a combi system isn't always the best choice.
McDonald Engineers has made solar hot water systems easy with its SOLARsave pre-plumbed unit which features a high performance dual coil copper cylinder with all the major components pre-fitted and pre-wired for a quick and easy installation.
McDonald Engineers has been at the forefront of hot water systems for decades and, as well as an extensive range of products available for immediate despatch, have established a reputation in the market place, for being the specialists in bespoke hot water cylinders for multi-fuel and alternative fuel applications.
McDonald Engineers has demonstrated exactly why they are one of the UK's most respected manufacturers of hot water systems, by immediately despatching a service engineer to alter a connection on a new 1800 litre POWERflow Commercial
Many architects, installers and end clients are turning to unvented cylinders as a means of future proofing their project, due to the systems' ability to work with renewable energy sources such as solar and heat pump installations.