The combustion products, released during the combustion process, cools down and condenses on the inside of a chimney. Therefore, stainless steel liners are used to protect a chimney from aggressive condensate.
Fireplaces, stoves and other heating appliances with a closed combustion chamber are used in energy-efficient buildings. For such fireplaces and stoves, air for combustion is taken from the outside and supplied through chimney ducts. It helps to maintain the required building airtightness.
Condensing or gas boilers eliminates combustion products with positive pressure. Special stainless steel chimney system has been developed to withstand the pressure and resist the resulting aggressive condensate in the chimney tract.
Collective buildings, also called multi-apartment buildings, can be heated individually by installing a separate heating appliance for each apartment. Each heating appliance has a separate chimney that connects into one chimney system.
Single wall rigid liner is designed for removal of combustion products from heating devices into the atmosphere. The liners are usually installed in brick chimneys which they protect against aggressive combustion products and condensate. Single-wall rigid liners are available in round and oval shapes.
These chimneys consist of two stainless steel pipes and insulation between them. Double-wall chimneys can be installed on the building's facade or inside the house and become part of a beautiful interior.
Concentric air and flue system is designed to convey combustion air from the outside of a building and supply it through chimney ducts. It eliminates the products of combustion to the atmosphere. The system can be installed internally or externally.
This flexible stainless steel chimney liner system is the perfect solution for renovating existing concrete chimneys, especially in cases where because of their curvature, a rigid flue liner cannot be installed.
These chimneys consist of three stainless steel pipes with insulation between the first and second pipe, and an air gap between the second and third pipe. Double-wall chimneys can be installed on the building's facade or inside the house and become part of a beautiful interior.
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