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Stainless steel single wall flue system:
These systems are one walled systems, made to fill out the brick chimneys' stalks. The stainless steel chimney systems are usable in solid, gas or liquid firing. ( 0,8 mm steel wall thickness )
9. - Rain cap
8. - 500 mm pipe
7. - 30° bend
6. - 500 mm pipe
5. - 30° bend
4. - Cleaner
3. - Tee
2. - Cleaner
1. - Condensate collector
Why should you use our flue systems in bricket chimenys?
During the firing, acidolous steam arises, which precipitiates on the wall of the bricket chimney. This steam – condensate - ruins the plaster of the chimney,also the concrete, the aluminum flue pipe, and maybe the steel pipes too. As an aftermath, carbon monoxid can leak into the living area of the house, which can cause accidents, or death. All across Europe hundreds of people die due to badly builded chimneys, or bad quality pipes. In most countries the chimneys are indispensable to line with chimney liner. It is only possible by using CE certified chimneys.
We would like to aware you that during buying a chimney, you should make sure of it's quality and material. It's necessary to make sure of that the chimney is made of stainless steel. Our products are made of stainless steel: W.NR. 1.4301 / KO 33 /A304, thickness: 0.8 mm.
Double wall stainless steel chimeny which can be placed inside a building or outside of it on its own. The installed chimney can be used in gas, solid and oil firing. Main components of the installed chimney: stainless steel chimney-stalk (0,8 mm wall thickness), stainless steel glossy surface cover pipe, 50 mm thickness ceramic fiber insulating blanket (1260 °C thermostable). The steel chimney is soot combustion resistent.
Stainless steel chimney cleaning inspector doors:
The stainless steel chimney inspector doors are made for the cleaning profile of the chimney liner system. Main raw materials of the door: stainless steel plate (0,8 mm thickness), stainless steel closing tongue (1,5 mm chimney thickness), closing spine (8x8 mm), 3 mm thickness ceramic fiber paper (great density, 1260 °C thermostability)
By the proofed plug-connection of the pipes the chimney is totally saved from moisture. The ceramic fibre provides an optimized insulating to avoid condensation. Thermal pollutions are intercepted by the inner tube and have no influence on the outer coat. All molded parts are one-piece drawn or fully welded. For the installation of a steel chimney a building permission is required in most european countries.
The double wall steel chimney has several advantages. It is installable both inside and outside. It is totally safe, quickily installable and can be used to any firing appliance. The steel chimeny can be fixed on the wall by steel holders, because the weight of the steel chimneys are fewer than of the bricket chimneys.
These ones can be placed into any building, due to their simplicity.
When is it necessary to buy a twin wall/double wall chimney?
- If there is no chimney, or it is outdated, or before placing a firing device.
- If it is impossible, or we do not want to make a concrete basis under the chimney.
- It is customizable according to needs, it can be taken to pieces, can be replaced to anywhere because it is made of small element whiches' weight is smaller than of a normal bricket chimney.
- The fixed chimney is fully safe because it does not leak.
- It stands the weather conditions, that is why it is placeable outside.
- The fixed chimneys can be produced in any size.
- It doesn't matter to what kind of firing device we attach it.
- Cheaper, than the bricket chimneys.
Must knows about the fixed chimney:
- It is needed to choose the diameter of the chimney related to the firing device.
- Is it needed to have an upper cleaner ?
- Is it needed to have a building permit?
- It is needed to take care of the distance between the wall and the chimney
- Is it needed to have sidewalk or roof evasion?
- It is needed to choose the best place to place the chimney.
The twin wall chimney system should remain as straight as possible and be high enough to ensure sufficient draught to clear the products of combustion. The height necessary for this will depend upon the type of the appliance, the height of the building, and the number of offsets within the system.
Where it is not possible to construct a vertical chimney, Building Regulations dictate that no part of a chimney should form an angle greater than 45° from the vertical, except where it may be necessary to use a very short horizontal section, not exceeding 150mm, of flue to connect the chimney to a back outlet appliance. The run between offsets should not exceed 20% of the overall height of the chimney. In both instances a maximum of two offsets in any one chimney run should be used. Cleaning access must be provided in chimney systems with two offsets. It is also a recommendation that a vertical rise of 600mm should be allowed, immediately above the appliance before any change of direction.
Where the chimney passes through a combustible floor or ceiling, an air gap clearance as per the manufacturer's installation instructions must be maintained. In multi-fuel applications and where the flue gas temperature is greater than 250°C, the ventilated fire stop and ventilated support components must be used at the bottom and top of the shaft. For oil and gas applications where the flue gas temperature is below 250°C or where the chimney passes through a non-combustible floor the standard fire stops and support components can be used. No joints can be made within the thickness of any floor or ceiling joists. The twin wall chimney system must project below the ceiling in accordance to the diameter of the flue pipe. (see typical installation)
Use of an adjustable length within the flue pipe connection or twin wall chimney system immediately above the appliance, enables removal of the appliance later without dismantling the full system.
In the room where the appliance is installed, provision should be made for an air vent.This is required to provide adequate air supply to allow the appliance and flue to operate efficiently. These requirements are specified in the Building Regulations. Where a flue passes through an external wall, a wall sleeve must be used.
The size of the chimney system should be as recommended by the appliance manufacturer and in most cases should not be smaller than the appliance outlet. Confirmation from the manufacturer will be required if you reduce the flue size. Flue sizing for commercial applications will depend on individual site details and must be designed and sized in accordance with manufacturer's criteria. For open fireplaces and inglenooks with openings larger than 500mm x 550mm, a flue size with a cross sectional area equal to 15% of the total face area of the fireplace opening will be required. On multi-fuel or wood burning closed appliances of up to 30kw rated output, the minimum flue size must be 150mm internal diameter.
Load bearing supports eg. Wall supports and Ceiling/Joist supports are required to take the vertical weight of a twin wall chimney system. Non load bearing supports eg.wall bands and roof/rafter supports give lateral support throughout the chimney system. Wall bands should be fitted every 3 metres and where the chimney offsets to ensure the system is adequately supported. Where the chimney is free standing above the roof line a height of up to 3 metres can be achieved unsupported with the use of a reinforced or extended locking band at the joint immediately below and every joint above the roof level.
Provision for sweeping, cleaning and maintenance
Provision should be made for inspecting and cleaning the chimney. This is particularly important on solid fuel applications. It is recommended that chimneys serving solid fuel appliances be swept and maintained as frequently as necessary but at least once a year.