Monday, 03 May 2010McDonald Engineers are planning to unveil their renewable range of hot water cylinders at All Energy 2010, Europe's largest event devoted to the renewable energy industry, which will be held at the Aberdeen Conference and Exhibition Centre on the 19th and 20th May. The Fife based company is one of the UK's leading manufacturers of copper hot water cylinders and has established an enviable reputation for their compatibility with a broad range of fuel sources. The creation of their dedicated renewable range reinforces their position in the energy market and provides end clients, specifiers and installers with a flexible range of highly efficient hot water systems. With several of the leading heat pump manufacturers insisting that their systems should be used in conjunction with copper cylinders, such as those offered by McDonald Engineers, the company is looking forward to one of its most successful events ever. McDonald Engineers' Sales Director, Jamie Stewart, explained "Copper's green credentials and its bacteria killing properties have always made it a firm favourite in the energy sector. However the growth of the renewable energy sector and the focus on maximising heat transfer is making copper a vital element to an efficient hot water system." He continued, "We have played a key role in shaping the role of hot water systems in the solar energy market and our experience and expertise is now assisting clients across the world to harness latent energy in whatever form and transfer it into piping hot water." To find out more about the renewable range of hot water systems visit STAND K10 at the All Energy exhibition in Aberdeen or check out their website at www.mcdonald-engineers.com.
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