Safety is our number one priority, so we want you to be certain that everything we do conforms to the highest standards. Therefore, we have collated our product documentation and technical specifications here for you to download and read. It will give you all the information you could need to know that we are the right choice for your installation.
Installation guidelines for wood burning and multi fuel appliances
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A guide to choosing and using flues and chimneys for domestic solid fuel and wood burning appliances
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Additional provisions for appliances burning solid fuel with a rated output of 50kW
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Additional provisions for appliances gas burning appliances with a rated input of up to 70kW (net)
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Guidelines for the installation of a flexible stainless steel liner
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Carbon Monoxide Awareness - Using an appliance that is poorly maintained, incorrectly installed or using poor quality fuel will significantly increase the risk of the appliance producing carbon monoxide.
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Chimneys & Lining - Lining systems are designed to replace the flue in an existing chimney, with dimensions appropriate to the appliance
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General guide to getting the best from your new solid fuel stove and chimney
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The Government has the power to authorise ‘smokeless fuels’ (fuels authorised for use in a Smoke Control Area) or ‘exempt appliances’ for use in Smoke Control Areas in England.
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Using wood from sustainably managed trees reduces net CO2 production compared to using fossil fuels. So heating with wood significantly reduces our reliance on fossil fuels while reducing CO2 emissions
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