Hot Water Cylinder News

22.02.2012 Unvented Cylinder Training

McDonald Engineers is delighted to announce that it’s next BPEC Certified Unvented Cylinder training course will take place on Wednesday 23rd May. With all plumbers and installers having a legal obligation to complete this course every 5 years, McDonald Engineers is softening the blow a little by offering £75 worth of vouchers which can be redeemed against future purchases of its ECOflow and POWERflow cylinders.

08.02.2012 McDonald Engineers Make Specification of Rectangular Tanks Simple

McDonald Engineers has stepped up its campaign to revolutionise the rectangular hot water tank market by launching a number of tools to make the specification of its CUBEflow even easier. The first tool to be introduced is a ready reckoner to clearly show its comparative products to previous manufacturers including Elson and Rolyat. And to support its commitment to customer service, McDonald Engineers has produced a CUBEflow sketch sheet to enable architects, engineers and installers to specify exactly what they want quickly and easily.

Bill Reaches African Summit

08.02.2012 Bill Reaches African Summit

McDonald Engineers Managing Director, Bill Stewart, has completed the challenge of a lifetime as he scaled Africa’s highest mountain and the world’s highest free standing mountain all in the name of charity. Bill, together with his wife Mairead, set off some 2 weeks ago with a team from the Rotary Club of Kirkcaldy and after 5 gruelling days of climbing, successfully reached the summit Mount Kilimanjaro.

08.02.2012 McDonald Engineers Invest Further in Rectangular Tanks

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.

Stainless Steel Cylinder

17.01.2012 McDonald Engineers to Launch Range of Stainless Steel Cylinders

McDonald Engineers, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of copper hot water cylinders, has announced it is to launch its own range of stainless steel cylinders after 2 years of research and product development in conjunction with Strathclyde University. The company has already successfully produced and tested several prototypes as well as investing heavily in new equipment and technology to assist with the manufacturing process required to meet the expected demand.

17.01.2012 McDonald Engineers’ MD Embarks on Mt. Kilimanjaro Charity Challenge

McDonald Engineers’ Managing Director, Bill Stewart, has set off on an extraordinary challenge to scale Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, and raise £20,000 for charity in the process.

Bill together with his wife Mairead, will join a team from the Rotary Club of Kirkcaldy as they take on the challenge of a lifetime to raise funds for projects in Tanzania that the Rotary has been supporting. Bill, more renowned for his love of cars as opposed to hill walking, explained,”

15.12.2011 Demand for CUBEflow Grows

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.

Bespoke Hot Water Cylinders- ELECTRAflow

15.12.2011 Bespoke Hot Water Cylinders from McDonald Engineers

McDonald Engineers has demonstrated why it’s the UK’s leading manufacturer of bespoke hot water cylinders, by designing and manufacturing a highly technical cylinder that no other manufacturer was prepared to take on.

After discussing the project at length with the client, McDonald Engineers team specified an ELECTRAflow vented thermal store featuring eight immersion heaters, a solid fuel capability and two domestic hot water draw off coils.