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McDonald Engineers has established itself as the UK’s market leader for the manufacture of rectangular copper tanks and has now updated its brochure to reflect its latest range.
The CUBEflow range is available as either a traditional Combination tank, providing gravity hot water, or as a Thermal Store unit, delivering mains pressure hot water.
The range has a selection of models that can be heated electrically, or indirectly by a gas or oil boiler, multifuel stove or log burner, solar thermal, heat pump, or a combination of sources.
McDonald Engineers have demonstrated their position as the UK’s new market leader in rectangular hot water tanks with the supply of a 100 litre CUBEflow from stock.
The urgent enquiry came from a housing association in the North East of England who required an emergency replacement for an existing Elson rectangular tank to allow a vacant property to be refurbished and ready for a new tenant within the week.
McDonald Engineers have again displayed their ability to offer bespoke solutions to their clients' needs by adapting their CUBEflow rectangular hot water tank to deliver their first ever pentagonal tank.
The solution was developed to meet the requirements of a London housing association which approached McDonald Engineers to replace an existing rectangular hot water tank.
McDonald Engineers has secured a major order for over 50 of its CUBEflow rectangular hot water tanks following its successful launch late last year. Because of site and installation requirements, these have to be delivered in one drop – no problem to a manufacturer with the capacity for this type of production volume.
McDonald Engineers has seen a sharp rise in the demand for its CUBEflow range since launching at the beginning of the year. Following the withdrawal of a competitor’s rectangular hot water tank, McDonald Engineers have stepped in to provide their customers with an ongoing solution.
McDonald Engineers has a long standing reputation, as a manufacturer of hot water storage systems, which have included rectangular hot water tanks, however the company had been manufacturing them as a bespoke item as opposed to offering a standard range.
McDonald Engineers has stepped up production of its CUBEflow rectangular hot water tanks and announced it has invested in additional equipment as it looks to meet the growing demand for its system. The move comes after the successful launch of its CUBEflow range and the appointment of Doug Rogerson who is overseeing both the development and the technical sales of the rectangular tanks.
McDonald Engineers has seen a sharp rise in the demand for its CUBEflow range following the announcement that Elson will stop production of rectangular hot water tanks at the end of this month.
McDonald Engineers has a long standing reputation as a manufacturer of rectangular hot water tanks however, the company had been manufacturing them as a bespoke item as opposed to offering a standard range.