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All modular chimney systems are certified and meet high quality standards.
The first thing you need to know is the diameter of your fireplace chimney.
Inner tube thickness:
0.5mm or 0.8mm (0.5/0.5mm or 0.8/0.5mm)
Customers usually choose the following diameters:
Ø80, Ø100, Ø120, Ø130, Ø150, Ø160, Ø180 and Ø200.
Depending on what the heating device will be: boiler, stove, fireplace. What kind of fuel is burned: gas, liquid fuel, solid fuel (coal, firewood, briquettes, pellets). Properly selected chimney diameter is one of the main factors ensuring optimal draft in the chimney.
Insulated chimneys consist of two pipes of different diameters, the space between which is filled with non-combustible heat-insulating material. Insulated chimneys are virtually free of condensation and less soot, easy to install and use. They can be installed both outdoors and indoors.
Safety precautions when installing a chimney:
The distance from the boiler to the walls should be: behind the stove from 500 mm, above - from 1200 mm, in front of the furnace door from 1250 mm.
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