Scottish PR Success for Panton McLeod’s Aquarium Work

by Holyrood PR

Monday, March 15th, 2010

Splash of success for Scottish firm’s aquarium work – Scottish PR

Scottish PR photography Panton Mcleod work in Hull aquarium shot of interior children looking at fish

Water quality engineer Panton McLeod has secured another high profile piece of coverage in the national water press after carrying out its first-ever aquarium work.

The firm – which is the UK’s market leader in repairing and inspecting water tanks – was featured in water industry journal Water Briefing following the unique project at The Deep aquarium in Hull.

A team from the firm was called to the tourist attraction to inspect a series of inlet pipes attached to the main aquarium tank for damage and blockages. Divers from the aquarium fed Panton McLeod’s specialist underwater cameras through the pipelines, and a live video feed enabled the team to check for problems.

The full article can be seen on the Water Briefing website and was the result of a successful Scottish public relations campaign by the Holyrood PR.


On specialist industrial automation website Clearwater Tech the piece explains Panton McLeod’s role whilst at The Deep aquarium in Hull.

Under the headline Panton McLeod Inspects Aquarium’s Large Water Tank the story explains that: “The company provided underwater inspection services at the aquarium in order to check for blockages and damage in the pipes, which are used to pump water into one of the attraction’s large tanks.”

This was  the first time Panton McLeod has provided its services in the tourism sector and the first project involving an aquarium tank.

The full article can be found at the Clearwater Tech website and was the result of a sustained PR in Scotland campaign by Holyrood PR.


Processing Talk, which collates news from the water and infrastructure industries, ran an article about how the  firm had carried out its first work in the UK tourism sector – a water tank inspection at The Deep aquarium in Hull.

Panton McLeod was called to inspect a series of inlet pipes leading into the main water tank at the attraction, which is one of the UK’s biggest aquariums. A team of underwater inspection engineers fed specialist cameras through bthe pipes to check for damage and obstructions that were affecting the water in the facility.

The full article can be viewed on the Processing Talk website and was the result of an ongoing campaign by Scottish social media experts Holyrood PR PR in Edinburgh.

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