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McDonald Engineers is celebrating another achievement as it picked up the Best Performing Business Award at the prestigious Fife Business Awards ceremony held last week.
The awards recognise Fife businesses which have shown outstanding performance in their area and have helped to drive forward the local economy.
McDonald Engineers has re-launched its ELECTRAflow Electric Wet heating system to reflect the growth in its renewable energy applications and in particular, its thermal store model which has seen a surge in demand in recent months.
McDonald Engineers has updated its literature for its highly successful PLATEflow system which provides a solution to decrease the amount of stored hot water required, while still delivering peak flow rates as demanded. The PLATEflow system comprises a Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger (PHE), pre-piped and mounted on a Buffer Vessel. It is designed to supply hot water in situations where demand can vary over the course of a day, e.g. hotels, hospitals, factories etc.
Before the year end, McDonald Engineers will be hosting another BPEC Certified Unvented Cylinder training course which will take place on Wednesday 12th December 2012 (with the next course pencilled in for 19th February 2013). With all plumbers and installers having a legal obligation to complete this course every 5 years, McDonald Engineers soften the blow by offering £75 worth of vouchers redeemable against future purchases of its ECOflow and POWERflow cylinders.
McDonald Engineers is aiming to add another title to its name after it was announced the company has reached the final of the Fife Business Awards.
The awards recognise Fife companies who have shown outstanding performance in their area and have helped to drive forward the local economy.
McDonald Engineers’ efforts have already been recognised this year with employee Graham Smyth scooping the Hammermen Award for his work in launching the STEELflow stainless steel unvented cylinder.
McDonald Engineers has secured the contract to supply over 20 of its ELECTRAflow Electric Wet Thermal Stores for the refurbishment of a sheltered housing scheme.
The company secured the contract after working closely with the design team to understand the challenges they were facing and developed a bespoke solution which was tailored to their exact requirements.
McDonald Engineers proposed an electrical thermal store solution which featured a smaller capacity than the existing cylinders to suit the number of occupants and the tariff.
McDonald Engineers’ complementary range of Stainless Steel Unvented Cylinders, STEELflow, has demonstrated its ability to compete on price whilst not compromising on quality by securing a contract for over 25 cylinders on the west coast of Scotland.
McDonald Engineers has launched its new Calorifier Brochure. This details its full manufacturing capability when it comes to Calorifiers. The brochure details types of calorifiers, renewable energy options, horizontal calorifiers and marine calorifiers amongst other useful information.