When it comes to commercial water heaters and calorifiers, it's got to be copper. That’s because the heat up time is so critical to a larger cylinder and copper’s superior heat transfer process can deliver significant cost savings over the lifecycle of the solution – not to mention the amazing bacteria killing properties which all but eliminates the risk of Legionella, E. coli and MRSA.
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Why McDonald Engineers for your Commercial Water Heaters?
With our expertise in the design, specification and manufacture of bespoke commercial grade cylinders, you can be assured of our superior quality and excellent customer service.
We offer an extensive range of commercial hot water storage solutions to suit your needs. And our ability to manufacture cylinders to any shape, any size and any capacity.
We can advise on the best cylinder type to meet any peaks in demand for hot water, the right cylinder size and the right specification to minimise the running costs as well as the full range of accessories such as inspection manholes and de-strat pumps.
And when it comes to lead times, we generally manufacture and deliver commercial cylinders within 2 weeks, however, we will always try to accommodate your timetable.
Why copper for Commercial Water Heaters?
- Unrivalled Bacteria Killing Properties – kills 99.9% of bacteria such as E. coli, Legionella and MRSA within a fraction of the time to other materials.
- Copper continues to be the preferred material of choice for hot water cylinders, however, when it comes to commercial hot water solutions, which tend to have larger capacities, copper’s superior properties make it almost indispensable.
- Superior Thermal Transfer Process – minimises heat up times and therefore running costs
- Improved Durability and Reliability – copper cylinders tend to made of thicker material and are less susceptible to corrosion