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Chimney Liner

What is Chimney Liner? A chimney liner is a liner made from stainless steel which is used for the re-lining of a traditional chimney stack. Chimney liner has a twin skin construction, the outer skin is corrugated and the inner skin is smooth. Chimney liner can be used for gas and oil fired installations as well as for solid fuel appliances. There are three different types of Flue Liner:

316/316 Grade Flue Liner: A liner which uses 316 grade stainless steel for the inner and outer skins. It is suitable for use on stoves burning the following fuels: gas, oil, coal, seasoned dry logs, cured dry peat and some smokeless fuels. 316/316 grade flue liner has a 10 year guarantee (product replacement only).

904/316 Grade Flue Liner: A liner which uses 904 grade stainless steel for the inner skin and 316 grade stainless steel for the outer skin. It is suitable for use on stoves burning the following fuels: gas, oil, coal, seasoned dry logs, cured dry peat and smokeless fuels. This is the most economical liner for use with all smokeless fuels. 904/316 grade flue liner has a 20 year guarantee (product replacement only).

904/904 Grade Flue Liner: A liner which uses 904 grade stainless steel for the inner and outer skins, the best chimney liner you can buy. It is suitable for use on stoves burning the following fuels:- gas, oil, coal, seasoned dry logs, cured dry peat and all smokeless fuels. Recommended for heavy usage or if you are slumbering your stove overnight. 904/904 grade flue liner has a 20 year guarantee (replacement product only).

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