McDonald Engineers has demonstrated their ability to deliver the perfect hot water tank by designing, manufacturing and supplying this 250 litre CUBEflow Thermal Store designed to work with a solid fuel boiler and solar thermal panels.
The key requirement of the hot water cylinder was to capitalise on the available space in an existing airing cupboard whilst delivering the required capacity and accommodating two additional fuel sources.
Over the last few weeks we have received a number of calls from new customers amazed at the fact we are able to design, manufacture and supply thermal stores as rectangular tanks.
The news doesn’t surprise us as we have heard of a number of competitors claiming the product is no longer available since Elson stopped making their model in 2011.
McDonald Engineers has secured the contract to supply its CUBEflow Rectangular Thermal Store as a direct replacement for existing Elson units for the refurbishment of a busy accommodation centre in the North of England.
The company was asked to supply a 100 litre thermal store unit with all the connections in the exact same place as the existing rectangular tanks to enable the installation process to be quick and efficient.
McDonald Engineers also proposed the incorporation of a fully pumped system which would increase the efficiency of the system.
McDonald Engineers has reinforced its position as one of the UK’s leading suppliers of rectangular hot water tanks by supplying an electric CUBEflow to replace an Elson Coral tank for a housing project in London.
McDonald Engineers’ range of rectangular tanks has received unanimous praise since its launch for the quality and durability of the system with excellent feedback on the ease of installation – especially when replacing Elson rectangular tanks.
McDonald Engineers have demonstrated their position as the UK’s new market leader in rectangular hot water tanks with the supply of a 100 litre CUBEflow from stock.
The urgent enquiry came from a housing association in the North East of England who required an emergency replacement for an existing Elson rectangular tank to allow a vacant property to be refurbished and ready for a new tenant within the week.
McDonald Engineers has secured a major order for over 50 of its CUBEflow rectangular hot water tanks following its successful launch late last year. Because of site and installation requirements, these have to be delivered in one drop – no problem to a manufacturer with the capacity for this type of production volume.
McDonald Engineers has seen a sharp rise in the demand for its CUBEflow range since launching at the beginning of the year. Following the withdrawal of a competitor’s rectangular hot water tank, McDonald Engineers have stepped in to provide their customers with an ongoing solution.
McDonald Engineers has a long standing reputation, as a manufacturer of hot water storage systems, which have included rectangular hot water tanks, however the company had been manufacturing them as a bespoke item as opposed to offering a standard range.
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.
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.
McDonald Engineers has announced that it is to launch a range of rectangular hot water tanks following the appointment of Doug Rodgerson who has joined the company from Elson Hot Water. The appointment follows Elson Hot Water’s decision to move out of the rectangular hot water copper tank market after many years of producing high quality units. McDonald Engineer’s CUBEflow range of rectangular copper tanks will be available in a range of direct, indirect and thermal stores with full production beginning early 2012.