Monday, 16 November 2009
McDonald Engineers' THERMflow vented mains pressure system has been hailed as the UK's most flexible hot water cylinder on the market today due to its unrivalled ability to integrate with multi fuel installations including electric, gas, oil, solar and solid fuels.
The rising cost of gas and electricity together with the global movement towards more sustainable energy sources is seeing a growing demand for flexible hot water systems, such as THERMflow, that can enable the core energy sources to be supplemented with more sustainable fuels, such as solar and wind, as well as solid fuel sources.
Manufactured using McDonald Engineers advanced copper manufacturing system, the THERMflow system delivers all the bacteria killing properties and reduced running costs associated with copper and is available in a wide range of sizes.
And demonstrating McDonald Engineers' position as one of the UK's leading manufacturers of copper cylinders, the THERMflow product can be custom designed to almost any height, a wide range of diameters and with any number or bespoke positioning of connections to facilitate those unusual or awkward areas.
McDonald Engineers' Managing Director, Bill Stewart, explained "We are receiving a growing number of enquiries from architects, consultants and end-clients across the UK who are now looking at integrating alternative fuel sources to supplement gas and electric which is offered as standard on our THERMflow system."
He continued, "However the THERMflow system continues to be one of the UK's most popular vented mains pressure system with its integrated primary feed and expansion tank, zero maintenance requirement and superior energy efficiencies."
For more information on the THERMflow hot water system and the full range of hot water cylinders and systems available from McDonald Engineers visit http://www.mcdonald-engineers.com/ or call 01592 611123.