How is Flexible Flue Liner Manufactured?

Solid fuel Flexible Flue Liners are manufactured from a strip of 316l or 904l grade stainless steel, wrapped over itself continually to form a spiral consisting of two skins. The flexibility and durability of the liner comes from the seams which occur at the point where two layers of steel overlap and are pinched and […]

How Do I Secure a Flexible Flue Liner in Place?

Unlike single wall stove pipes or twin walled insulated flues, Flexible Flue Liner systems are not bracketed every 2m or so, due to their lighter weight. Instead, they are simply held in place at the top using an option of fixtures dependant on whether there is a chimney pot in place or not. If you […]

What Size Flexible Flue Liner Do I Need?

The diameter of Flexible Flue Liner your installation requires is determined in part by the stove you have, the size of its outlet collar and the building regulations but simply put, there are two main factors to consider; the minimum internal diameter of any flue system must be 150mm if connected to a non-DEFRA or […]

Why Do I Need a Flexible Flue Liner?

A stove will only perform at its optimum output and efficiency when connected to an appropriately sized and sealed flue system. Without this, a sufficient draw cannot be created to actually power and control the heating appliance below. By lining an existing chimney with Flexible Flue Liner, you ensure the installation is safely sealed from […]

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