The Chimney Man Expert only uses ventinox stainless steel lining systems. We also do not pass on any added cost to the consumer. The Chimney Man Expert will use this on every lining system installation.
There are two types of lining systems:
1. The fireplace liner is made using typically 10″ 11″ or 12″ 316 stainless steel and with a patented titanium welding system. This is one of the reasons that ventinox is a little bit more expensive. (But it helps me sleep at night).
2. The 29-4C liner is made of Allegheny metal which causes the stainless steel to be resistant from the corrosive exhaust of your furnace. This type of liner comes in everything from three-inch to 12 inch and can be ovalized for certain applications.
The 316 stainless steel also can be bought from 5″ to 8″ for wood stove applications and fireplace inserts.
Most wood stove applications require specific types of hookups. Some of those components are not stainless steel, they are just cold rolled steel. All the bolts involved will be stainless steel. (Example all highlighted parts are not stainless steel).
Remove existing damper assembly.
Power clean existing smoke chamber and smoke shelf.
Install new stainless steel lining system and make a direct connection to existing buck stove. Parts included in system are as follows:
- 1 8″ inch liner
- 1 8″ ovto10″.
- 1 10″ oval 48″ std
- 1 Buckstove top plate.
- 1 45. 4″ x 10″
- 1 draw-down kit
- 1 Damper seal plat
- 1 Buck-stove fan kit
- 1 temperature censer
- 1 12 x 12 top plate
Including all stainless steel mounting hardware.
Install vermiculite with Portland cement to encapsulate smoke chamber area and insulate entire length of the liner.
All furnace and water heater lookups have 26 gauge galvanized chimney connector pipes.
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