Wednesday, 13 October 2010
McDonald Engineers has secured a 3 year contract to supply 300 of their ELECTRAflow Electric Wet Central Heating Systems, as part of a social housing refit programme, which is due to commence late 2010.
McDonald Engineers technical sales team worked in conjunction with the client, the installation contractor and the tenants, to develop a custom designed cylinder providing wet electric central heating, complete with a solar coil.
Ideal for flats, rural housing and areas with no natural gas supply and suitable for various tariffs including the Economy 2000 tarriff, the ELECTRAflow provides the comfort and convenience of a wet central heating and hot water system.
The contract has rewarded McDonald Engineers continued investment in their operation, which has been enhanced with the recent partnership with Strathclyde University which is already paying dividends in terms of process and quality improvements.
Sales Director Jamie Stewart, advised that “Part of the 2 year Knowledge Transfer Programme with the University of Strathclyde, is to streamline production, improve quality and lead times, whilst remaining competitive in the marketplace.”
He continued, “It is with this proactive approach, combined with a first class service, that McDonald Engineers are looking to maintain their position as one of the UK Market leaders for hot water cylinders and continue to secure long-term contracts.”
To find out more about the range of cylinders available from McDonald Engineers contact us on 01592 611123.