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Liner & Fitting Packs

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Choose 5″ or 6″ depending on your stove. Choose between 316 grade (standard liner) or 904 grade (best quality liner). Choose 904 grade if you will be slumbering a stove for long periods or if the stove might be used to burn wood not fully seasoned (not a good idea but in holiday homes etc. who knows what might end up in a stove). Choose 904 grade for real belt and braces quality (a choice recommended by Julian).

FIVE-INCH 316-grade
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FIVE-INCH 904-grade
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SIX-INCH 316-grade
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SIX-INCH 904-grade
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Note: Flue pipe & elbow dimensions and offsets here

 

FITTING PACK 1

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This is the simplest method but it is reliant on you having plenty of depth between lintel and back wall.

Can you you use FITTING PACK ONE?

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Measure the depth of your chimney at point A (measure the narrowest point in the lower section of chimney). Remove 6 cm from your figure to allow for the fact that the wall might be bumpy and the adaptor is thick.

Measure the distance between the back of the stove body and the front of the flue collar on that stove (B).

Add 7.5cm for measurement C (minimum air gap for most stoves to non-combustible walls).

Using these measurements you can determine if you have sufficient room (Measurement A should be longer than B & C combined for FITTING PACK 1 to work). If you do not have sufficient room you SHOULD cho0se FITTING PACK 2, 3 OR 4.

FITTING PACK ONE: WITH ONE-METRE FLUE PIPE
(CLICK ONE OF THE LINKS BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO THAT FITTING PACK WITHIN THE STOVE FITTER’S WAREHOUSE OR NOTE DOWN THE REQUIRED CODE)

Choose 5″ liner for 4″ flue collar (code FP1-4-5) Choose 5″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP1-5-5) Choose 6″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP1-5-6) Choose 6″ liner for 6″ flue collar (code FP1-6-6)

FITTING PACK ONE: WITH HALF-METRE FLUE PIPE
(CLICK ONE OF THE LINKS BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO THAT FITTING PACK WITHIN THE STOVE FITTER’S WAREHOUSE OR NOTE DOWN THE REQUIRED CODE)

Choose 5″ liner for 4″ flue collar (code FP1-4-5h) Choose 5″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP1-5-5h) Choose 6″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP1-5-6h) Choose 6″ liner for 6″ flue collar (code FP1-6-6h)

FITTING PACK ONE: WITH HALF-METRE FLUE PIPE PLUS SOOT DOOR
(CLICK ONE OF THE LINKS BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO THAT FITTING PACK WITHIN THE STOVE FITTER’S WAREHOUSE OR NOTE DOWN THE REQUIRED CODE)

Choose 5″ liner for 4″ flue collar (code FP1-4-5wd50) Choose 5″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP1-5-5wd50) Choose 6″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP1-5-6wd50) Choose 6″ liner for 6″flue collar (code FP1-6-6wd50)

FITTING PACK ONE: WITH 33cm FLUE PIPE PLUS SOOT DOOR
(CLICK ONE OF THE LINKS BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO THAT FITTING PACK WITHIN THE STOVE FITTER’S WAREHOUSE OR NOTE DOWN THE REQUIRED CODE)

Choose 5″ liner for 4″ flue collar (code FP1-4-5wd33) Choose 5″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP1-5-5wd33) Choose 6″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP1-5-6wd33) Choose 6″ liner for 6″ flue collar (code FP1-6-6wd33)

 FITTING PACK 2

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Fitting Pack 2 is what you will choose if your lintel is in the way of using a straight flue pipe (or if you wish to “bring the stove into the room a little”).

Can you you use FITTING PACK TWO?

Simple answer is yes IF the height between the top of your chosen stove and your closure plate (A) is 35cm or more for 5″ vitreous and 45cm or more for 6″ vitreous. You might have to move your lintel to a higher position (although you risk exposing your gather). See the two diagrams below:

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FITTING PACK TWO: WITH NO SOOT DOOR IN EITHER ELBOW
(CLICK ONE OF THE LINKS BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO THAT FITTING PACK WITHIN THE STOVE FITTER’S WAREHOUSE OR NOTE DOWN THE REQUIRED CODE)

Choose 5″ liner for 4″ flue collar (code FP2-4-5) Choose 5″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP2-5-5) Choose 6″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP2-5-6) Choose 6″ liner for 6″ flue collar (code FP2-6-6)


FITTING PACK TWO: WITH SOOT DOOR IN BOTTOM ELBOW
(CLICK ONE OF THE LINKS BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO THAT FITTING PACK WITHIN THE STOVE FITTER’S WAREHOUSE OR NOTE DOWN THE REQUIRED CODE)

Choose 5″ liner for 4″ flue collar (code FP2-4-5soot) Choose 5″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP2-5-5soot) Choose 6″ liner for 5″ flue collar (code FP2-5-6soot) Choose 6″ liner for 6″ flue collar (code FP2-6-6soot)

Note: if you require vitreous pipe on top of your offset elbows choose here (opens in new window/tab)

FITTING PACK 3

If you need to bring your stove into the room (and out of the recess) more than an elbow offset will allow then this is the method to use. You MUST have at least 30cm air gap left and right of your stove for this method as the sweep must be able to access the soot door at the rear and sweep via this door (this usually prevents this method being a good method for dealing with a low lintel).

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Actually, there is no such thing as Fitting Pack 3: just order one of the choices in Fitting Pack 2 or 3 and add a 5″ vitreous T or a 6″ vitreous T

FITTING PACK 4 (Charnwood C4,C5,C6,C7,C8 Stoves Only)

A massive improvement on the method of pack 3. This method you can sweep through the stove and so do not need the 30cm side clearances. The only problem is that I only know of one brand that has these adaptors and that is Charnwood.

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Actually there is no such thing as Fitting Pack 3: just order one of the choices in Fitting Pack 2 or 3 and add a 45 degree rear Charnwood adaptor.

Key to Fitting Pack Codes

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