Hot Water Cylinder News

Cost Savings on Hot Water Cylinder

McDonald Engineers UK has enabled Glamis Castle to enjoy cost savings on a replacement hot water cylinder by manufacturing and supplying a hot water solution which was optimised to suit the exact needs of the facility.

The project builds on McDonald Engineers UK's position as one of the UK’s market leaders for manufacturing and supplying hot water cylinders for historic buildings and castles having successfully carried out a number in the last few years including Knock Castle, Fingask Castle, Pittormie Castle, Dalmunzie Castle Hotel and Ross Priory

Feed and expansion Tank

High Temperature Copper Feed and Expansion Tanks Now Available to Buy Online

McDonald Engineers UKs’ superior quality feed and expansion tanks are now available to buy online from the online store which sells genuine spares and accessories.

The feed and expansion tanks are used for thermal stores and buffer vessels when combined with Solid Fuel boilers and stoves – which have the potential of venting hot water up to 100ºC.

The expansion tanks feature a high temperature maintenance free ball valve and copper float to cope with the potentially high temperatures that could reach up to 100°C.

mcdonald engineers superior hot water cylinder range

Best Hot Water Cylinders 2015

This year has been a momentous year for McDonald Years, not only with our 70th anniversary celebrations, but with the broad range of prestigious projects we have manufactured our hot water cylinders for.

So in addition to the thousands of standard specification hot water cylinders which we supply to customers across the UK, we have picked out a few of our own personal highlights.

ERP Rating for Hot Water Cylinders

A Rated ErP Hot Water Cylinders

The introduction of the Energy Related Products (ErP) Directive for Hot Water Cylinders in September 2015 has seen a rise in the number of enquiries from clients looking to achieve higher energy ratings to satisfy the demands of the more discerning clients.

And thanks to McDonald Engineers expertise in developing hot water solutions which meet the exact requirements of our clients, we are able to achieve an A Rating for virtually every type of indirect hot cylinder.

ERP Thermal Store Grade A

ErP Rating of Hot Water Cylinders

The new Energy Related Products (ErP) Directive which came into force in September 2015 means that all hot water cylinders are now required to display an energy rating label which communicates the heat loss factor.

The ErP Directive is designed to improve the energy efficiency and performance standard of products, using any form of energy, which could impact on your carbon footprint.

Slimline Unvented Hot Water Cylinders

Slimline Unvented Hot Water Cylinders

McDonald Engineers has designed and manufactured a slimline unvented hot water cylinder which has increased capacity from 120litres to 150litres and dramatically reduced the amount of floor space the cylinder required.

The client had recently purchased a bungalow which was approximately 30 years old and included a traditional vented 900 x 450mm cylinder with an electric shower.

Horizontal Cylinder for Meldrum Hotel, Ceres

Horizontal Hot Water Cylinders for Boutique Hotel

The Open Golf Championship returned to St Andrews in 2015 and saw thousands of golf fans from around the world descend upon the Kingdom of Fife. This resulted in an unprecedented demand for hotel rooms in the area, many from wealthy visitors, determined to make their pilgrimage to the Home of Golf.

This presented a major opportunity for one boutique hotel with a booking agent looking to take over the entire hotel for the duration of the tournament.

Solar PV Pre Heat Hot Water Cylinder

High Efficiency Solar PV Pre-Heat Hot Water Cylinder

McDonald Engineers has manufactured and supplied a replacement solar PV pre-heat hot water cylinder for a Scottish primary school which had failed after 40 years of continued performance.

McDonald Engineers’ technical sales team worked closely with the client’s project team to understand the specific requirements of the project before designing the optimum cylinder specification.