904/904 Grade stainless steel Flexible flue liner
125mm (5"),150mm (6"),175mm (7"),200mm (8"),230mm (9"),250mm (10"),300mm (12"),350mm (14")
why use 904 grade flue liner
When burning wood or coal the smoke that travels up the flue is a mix of corrosive gases that will attack the flue liner, by using a higher grade stainless steel this will have a higher resistance and will last much longer than the cheaper 316 grade, that’s why our 904 grade comes with a 20 year guarantee!
What can i use the liner for?
Our flue liner is classified as
a Class ONE flue liner and is suitable for gas, oil and
multi-fuel, including wood burning appliances.
Most people install a wood burning stove in a fireplace with an exisitng chimney. If that is what you will be doing then this is the liner that you will need.
How to use this listing:
There are two drop down boxes in this listing, from which you can select the diameter from one and the length of flue liner from the other.
About the flue liner
It is a flexible twin-skinned stainless steel flue liner with a smooth inner wall. The liner has been designed to upgrade existing chimneys which have failed. Wood burning stoves have become more efficient these days and to work correctly they should be installed using a flue liner even if the chimney is ok
HETAS approved and compliant with all the relevant British and European standards.
ISO 9001:2000, BS EN 1856-4-2006.
How do I install the liner?
Attach a draw-cord to the nose cone (not included in this listing). Use self-tapping screws OR strong tape to secure the nose cone to the end of the liner. Lower it into the chimney from the top, if necessary gently pulling from below using the draw-cord. When the lower end position has been determined remove the cone.
Attaching the liner to a wood burning stove
The basic principle is that the 1m length of vitreous pipe comes straight out of the top of the stove, an adaptor attaches the pipe to the liner, which in turn attaches to the top plate and cowl products. (this varies depending upon what kit you choose). For more details please click on the photos of the flue kits to the right.
Other items you may need
You may want a register plate, which seals the bottom of your chimney (available from our shop). You will also need stove cement and possibly stove rope to seal the joints in the flue (available from our shop). You should have a CO2 alarm and an airbrick in the room that the stove is installed. Lastly, you should have some smoke pellets that you burn after you have installed the stove to ensure that the flue is not leaking.
Can I install a stove myself?
Yes, if you are a competent DIYer, this is a fairly simply job but it does have to meet building regulation standards, so it is best seek advice from your local council if you are unsure. Alternatively you can speak to a local builder who will be happy to install this for you.