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Hot Water Cylinder News
McDonald Water Storage has appointed David Stewart as its new Sales Director as it embarks upon a major growth strategy.
The company recently changed its name from McDonald Engineers UK and carried out a full re-branding exercise as it aims to position itself as the specialist hot water storage solutions provider.
McDonald Water Storage has demonstrated its expert ability in supplying exact replacements for discontinued Elson tanks by manufacturing a replacement for an unusual custom Elson unit which had failed.
The bespoke units were designed to fit within a bathroom and were installed above the toilet, and so, to prevent sore heads, the tanks feature an angular wedge-shape.
McDonald Water Storage customised their CUBEflow Electric Thermal Store solution to create a 110 litre unit measuring 960mm high by 450mm wide and 575mm deep with 2 x 3kW immersions.
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McDonald Water Storage has shown why the company is becoming the installer’s preferred choice for hot water cylinders by enabling a plumbing and heating contractor to dramatically reduce the installation times of thermal stores on the refurbishment project of a high-rise apartment.
The installation contractor was replacing existing combination vented cylinders with 140 litre THERMflow thermal store cylinders with a 500mm diameter in 60 apartments on behalf of a housing association.
McDonald Water Storage has designed, manufactured and supplied a 300 litre PLATEflow semi-instantaneous hot water solution to ensure the patrons at a Glasgow swimming pool never have to face cold showers.
The system features a 74kW brazed plate heat exchanger which can deliver a constant supply of hot water at 19 litres per minute with the 300 litre buffer vessel available to cope with any peak in demand which requires an additional supply.
McDonald Water Storage have designed, manufactured and supplied 160 of its CUBEflow Electric rectangular tanks for the refurbishment of three 8 storey apartment blocks for a local authority in Scotland.
The aim of the project was to replace the existing 120 litre combination cylinders with a solution which would improve efficiency whilst delivering the same level of performance and freeing up valuable cupboard space for the tenants.
The apartments were being refurbished and McDonald Water Storage was asked to survey the existing hot water storage solution and propose a suitable alternative.
McDonald Water Storage has appointed Jason Hobson as its new Divisional Director for England.
The appointment is seen as a real statement of intent in the company’s plans to significantly grow sales of its copper hot water cylinders across the whole of the UK.