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 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.
Proving that McDonald Engineers provide their clients with more than just high quality hot water systems, the copper cylinder manufacturer is already looking forward to enjoying a happy new year with several major specification successes.
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.
Mitsubishi, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of heat pumps, has reinforced copper's superior performance in renewable energy systems, by insisting that only copper hot water cylinders, such as McDonald Engineers POWERflow 2000 unvented cylinders, are used in conjunction with their new advanced Ecodan heat pump systems. The news adds further weight to McDonald Engineers' campaign to promote copper's green credential when it comes to heat transfer and recyclability - as well as its bacteria killing properties.
McDonald Engineers is enabling architects and consultants to reach their energy targets with the launch of their dedicated range of hot water systems that are designed to be used in conjunction with renewable energy sources such as solar energy and heat pump technology.
ELECTRAflow's 100% heating efficiency combined with its low installation costs has made it the perfect choice for housing associations and contractors looking at developing or refurbishing new houses, flatted developments and properties in rural areas with no natural gas supply.