FLUE LINER INSTALLATION KIT 5" 125MM MULTI FUEL / WOOD BURNING STOVE GRADE 316L
FLUE LINER INSTALLATION KIT 5" 125MM MULTI FUEL / WOOD BURNING STOVE GRADE 316L
FLUE LINER INSTALLATION KIT 5" 125MM MULTI FUEL / WOOD BURNING STOVE GRADE 316L
FLUE LINER INSTALLATION KIT 5" 125MM MULTI FUEL / WOOD BURNING STOVE GRADE 316L
FLUE LINER INSTALLATION KIT 5" 125MM MULTI FUEL / WOOD BURNING STOVE GRADE 316L
FLUE LINER INSTALLATION KIT 5" 125MM MULTI FUEL / WOOD BURNING STOVE GRADE 316L

FLUE LINER INSTALLATION KIT 5" 125MM MULTI FUEL / WOOD BURNING STOVE GRADE 316L

Regular price
£173.98
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£173.98
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Chimney Flue Liner 316L 5" / 125mm

APPLICATION
A double skinned flexible flue liner suitable for relining within a masonry chimney. Flue liner is suitable for use with burning gas, oil, coal, coke, cured dry logs, cured dry peat.

CONSTRUCTION
The flue liner has a smooth inner liner made from 316L grade stainless steel and is 0.105mm thick. The flue liner has a convoluted outer skin made from 316L stainless steel and is 0.105mm thick. The Flue Liner is constructed from a single strip of steel which is bent at 180 degrees and then the seam is folded in four planes to give a Omega-Lock seal.

APPROVAL
Flue Liner is approved and listed by HETAS it is also CE approved

INSTALLATION - CHECK LIST
1.Make sure the liner will go down the chimney (this can be done by pulling down a small section of the diameter liner you will be using)
2.Sweep your chimney.
3.Check you pot is in good condition, if you are NOT using a suspended cowl then remove the pot from the stack.
INSTALLATION
Flue Liner should always be fitted from the top.
Make sure the arrows are pointing upwards (gas flow).
Secure a piece of string (at least the same length as the Flue Liner to the Nose Cone (order separately).
Now attach the Nose Cone onto the end of the Flue Liner, again making sure the arrows on the Flue Liner are pointing away from the Nose Cone in a upward direction so when the liner is installed the arrows will be pointing to the top of the chimney
Pull the liner down the chimney using the string and at the same time have someone at the top of the chimney feeding the Flue Liner down, once the Flue Liner is fitted remove the Nose Cone.
MAINTENANCE
It is recommended that chimneys serving solid fuel appliances be swept and maintained as frequently as necessary but at least once a year.


Installation Kit 5" / 125mm


Overview
MF20 MI-FLEX accessories is a family of installation fitting that have been perfectly designed for use with MI-FLEX 316 and 904 flexible flue liners. When fitted in conjunction together It will make a full system chimney.

General Application
Theses items are to used in conjunction with MI-FLEX multi fuel flexible flue liner. Building Regulations Document J requires that a flexible flue liner can only be installed in a completely enclosed masonry chimney. A non masonry enclosure such as timber or plasterboard boxing in is not acceptable. All items are suitable for use on appliances up to 600°C (T600 designation). Suitable for use on Wood <20% moisture, Smokeless coal, Gas and oil.

Installation kits
Installation kits are a complete package designed to give you all you need to install a flue liner in a specific scenario. MI-FLEX not included.

Specific Application
Use this pack when you DO NOT want to remove the existing chimney pot.
1 x Stainless Steel Pot Hanging Cowl with Mesh - 125mm / 5"
1 x Nose Cone - 125mm / 5"
1 x Adaptor to Black Pipe or Single Wall Flue - 125mm / 5"
1 x Chimney Notice Plate

Maintenance
The chimney system must be designed to allow for easy provision for sweeping and maintenance. Sweeping must be carried out by competent person. On solid fuel applications a list of HETAS registered sweeps. Under no circumstances should chemical cleaners or mild steel tools be used to sweep stainless steel chimneys. Cleaning and inspection of the chimney system should be carried out at least once a year, along with maintenance of the appliance, but it is recommended that chimneys serving solid fuel appliances be swept at least twice a year, at the end of the heating season to remove any deposits, which may have built up during the season, and at the start of the next heating season to check for any blockages or deposits. I.e. birds nets.