Chelmsford/Maldon: Magic Thermodynamic Box Company to feature on Channel 4’s Grand Designs

The Magic Thermodynamic Box installation in Cornwall which is to feature on Channel 4's Grand Design

The Magic Thermodynamic Box installation in Cornwall which is to feature on Channel 4's Grand Designs. - Credit: Archant

The Magic Thermodynamic Box energy saving device, which is made in Maldon, is to be featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs programme on Wednesday,September 10.

The unit features a thermodynamic panel which, unlike a solar panel, works efficiently day and night year-round.

It is also more flexible to install than a solar panel and is said to save homeowners up to 90% on their hot water energy usage.

The Grand Designs programme will feature a home in Cornwall which was planned and partly built by a Californian architect who wanted all of the domestic energy to be provided from renewable energy.

After researching the market the architect visited The Magic Thermodynamics Box Company’s head office in Chelmsford where he watched a presentation from Malcolm Stratford, its technical dvisor. It was then agreed that this was the product to be installed into the property that will be seen by millions on TV.


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Marketing director Alex Basile said: “The Magic Thermodynamic Box Company are the only company in the UK that manufacturer thermodynamics.

“We have manufacturing this product for nearly two years now and are already supplying the product to 15 countries around the world.

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“Working with the production team for the two days on set was a rewarding experience and we are all looking forward to seeing the product in the Grand Design magazine on October 2 as well as the TV show on September10.”

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