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Fitting Pack: all you need in one pack to fit your liner. Does not include liner. Includes vitreous pipe, adaptor, nose cone, sealing plate, data plate, useful items kit. If you would like to change 45-degree elbows to 30-degree elbows please let us know.
Fitting packs contain a chimney cowl PLUS everything you need to get from your stove (A) to your flue liner (B) with the exception of your closure plate (*). For a closure plate we recommend a sheet of Hardibacker 12mm board (available at many good DIY stores.
• 6" 500mm black (vitreous) pipe
• 2 x 6" 45 degree black elbows (vitreous) pipe
• Snub nose adaptor (connects liner to black pipe)
• Pot hanging cowl (connects liner to chimney pot)
• Data plate (informational, a requirement of building regulations)
• 9" square sealing plate (to cosmetically seal vitreous pipe to closure plate)
• Nose cone (to drag liner down chimney)
• Fire cement (sealing joins and fire brick cracks)
• Useful items (a magic pack of goodies to help in all manner of ways, scroll further down for specifics)
Choose between two cowls:
Standard: All round mid-weight stainless steel cowl. Excellent price point (cowl retails at £79)
Duraflue: "Fit and Forget" Premium: Excellent heavy-weight 316 grade stainless steel cowl with a 15-year guarantee. No external spot welds (nuts and bolts). Our cowl of choice (retails at £99)
Useful items kit:
• 4x long screws with six-sided head: used to attach adaptor-sealing-plate-combi (9” square) to your chimney closure plate (drill 4 pilot holes in closure plate first)
• Magnetic nut-setter x1: for long screws above
• 4x small self tappers: used to strengthen the joint between two pieces of vitreous pipe (two per joint, one either side of pipe)
• 1x high-strength drill bit 3mm for pilot holes
• 1m length fireproof sticky-back webbing: Can be used on stub nose adaptor where it goes into vitreous pipe (makes it a tight rather than loose fit, two thicknesses may be required). Webbing can also be used where bottom end of vitreous enters stove (depends on stove whether it is required or desired). You can use instead of fire cement if a snug fit.