Twin wall Insulated multi fuel Chimneys.
you have a building without a chimney then a twin wall insulated chimney with a
stove could be the answer for you. Points to consider when designing this type
of system include the following.
product that we use will give a maximum of 3 meters of unsupported chimney for a
6" flue bore something which could be important if like this customer who have a
single storey building. The minimum recommended length of flue under building
regualtions is 4.5 meters and without this product it would not of been possible
to achieve the required length of flue. A large number of products will only go
up to 2 meters of unsupported length.
is very important when considering this as an option that the roof structure is
considered and any floors that have to be gone through, the minium air gap
between the outside of the flue surface and any wood is 50mm. The outside of a
6" flue is 8" diameter so you need a space of at least 12" in the correct
location for the chimney run.
the chimney passes through a floor, firestop components must be used and
ventilated ceiling supports.
need for lateral support along the flue length must be
structure of the wall behind the stove needs to be totally none combustible and
dry lining will present a problem, it will have to be removed unless the
distance behind the stove is considerable.
1 offset in the chimney run is allowed excluding the connection to the stove and
the offset must not exceed 20% of the total vertical chimney
the chimney passes through an attic or storage area it must be
postion of the chimney termination needs also to be checked it must not be too
close to velux windows or the roof.
avoid cooling of the gasses the maximum length of the single wall flue pipe
should not exceed 1.8 meters and in the case of the chimney opposite it was kept
as short as possible due to the short overall chimney
connections are allowed to be concealed in roof voids, all connections must be
available for inspection.