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Hot Water Cylinder News
McDonald Engineers UK has designed, manufactured and supplied a Vented Calorifier for a school in Manchester.
The 650 litre vented calorifier measured 2000mm in height by 795mm in diameter and replaced an existing cylinder as part of an upgrade programme being carried out in the school.
Designed to work in conjunction with an 89kW boiler, the vented calorifier featured two immersion heaters and an inspection manhole.
McDonald Engineers UK has completed a major investment programme in its Calorifier division to increase its manufacturing capacity by over 30%.
The investment follows a steady growth in our calorifier business as more clients recognise the superior quality of product coupled with the market leading lead times.
However, the company is now setting new standards in the industry by offering 98% of its calorifiers in under 1 week as well as enhancing the level of quality we are able to offer.
McDonald Engineers UK has designed, manufactured and supplied a bespoke 500 litre buffer tank for the R&A Clubhouse on the world famous Old Course in St Andrews .
The R&A team discovered their current stainless steel cylinder was leaking badly and called McDonald Engineers, who carried out a site survey within a matter of hours and had a replacement copper buffer vessel delivered within 2 working days
McDonald Engineers UK has ensured a five star exclusive wedding venue didn’t let down by manufacturing and delivering an emergency replacement Grade 1 vented hot water cylinder in less than 48 hours.
The previous cylinder had been supplied by another manufacturer only 4 years ago, however the inferior materials used could not cope with the harshness of the environment. The resulting corrosion caused the cylinder to leak at the bottom spinning.
McDonald Engineers UK has designed, manufactured and supplied 30 of its slimline POWERflow unvented hot water cylinders for a property in Berkshire which was being converted from commercial offices to luxury apartments.
Working closely with the consultant, McDonald Engineers technical sales team designed each of the thirty cylinders to meet the expected demand in the properties.