Flue

Create a high-quality heating system using flue pipes made of stainless steel grade AISI 304.

The inox flue pipes are single wall pipes made by butt welding steel sheets using laser and end with a male and a female joint. The joints of the flue pipes are extremely precise which eliminates the need of clamps or silicon gaskets. The operating temperature of our flue pipes is 400°C and the maximum temperature they can withstand is 1000°C. Laser welded flue pipes are made in accordance with European and international standards and are used for removing exhaust, chemical and oxidizing gases from boilers and stoves that operate using oil, gas, solid fuel and biomass.

The most common use for single wall flue pipes is joining the heating appliance to the chimney inside the building. According to the location and the way they are used, flue pipes are divided to:

Straight flue – straight flue pipes (or commonly known as flue liner) are used for raising the vertical part of the chimney. Standard length of the straight flue pipe is 100cm but we also offer flue with 50cm length as well as telescopic flue pipes. When calculating the total length (or height) of your chimney, 6cm need to be removed from the sum because of the joints between the elements. For more precise heating systems we also offer straight flue pipes with built-in thermometer and revision opening.

 

Elbow flue – the elbows are stainless steel flue elements used for changing the direction of the chimney. According to their angle the elbows are divided in: 90° elbow and 45° elbow. It is recommended not to use more than 3 elbows in one heating system because they will hinder the removal of the flue gases.

 

Flue tee – tees are stainless steel flue elements used in almost all chimney systems. Each tee has a cap with an opening for draining condensation. The condensation cap is removable, giving you easy access for cleaning your flue. According to the angle at which the flue pipes are connected to the tee, they are separated in two types: T-shaped tee and Y-shaped tee.

 

Flexible flue liner – Flexible flue liners, also called flexible pipes are used for going through hard to reach places where installation is not easy. Flexible flue liners are very easy to install and are frequently used as a direct link between the chimney and the heating appliance.
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