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86 HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


One of the keys to a well performing chimney or flue is consistent insulation along the complete length of the flue


stove installation options allowed in BS EN 15287+A1: 2010, ‘Design, installation and commissioning of chimneys’, which are not listed in Document J. (Incidentally, the current UK Annex to BS EN 15287+A1: 2010 was published after the latest version of Document J). The alternative stove installation options available can prove very useful to specifiers in the design and installation of new stoves. Where the guide refers to the installation of a Defra exempt appliance, this can also be read as applying to an Ecodesign stove.


Dennis Milligan is president of the British Flue & Chimney Manufacturer's Association


Mendip looks to the future with a stylish collection of Ecodesign Ready, low emission stoves


There has been a lot of talk in the media recently about emissions, either from diesel or woodburning stoves, and also open fires. Designed to reduce PM (particle matter) emissions by burning wood more efficiently and completely, Mendip’s Ecodesign Ready models are future-proof and eco-friendly, already meeting the emissions and efficiency criteria for Ecodesign which comes into effect in 2022. An open fire burns in a ratio of approximately 80:20. That is 80 per cent of the heat is lost up the chimney, with only 20 per cent of the heat being retained into the room. Along with the heat going up the chimney, there are high levels of emissions and particulates, and it is these that are concerning the government, especially in high-density living area, our towns and cities. “Our stoves have all been tested by an independent test laboratory, and will emit approximately 80 per cent fewer particles than a stove manufactured 20 years ago, and approximately 90 per cent fewer than an open fire.” Explains the MD of Mendip Stoves, Chris Baines.


01934 750500 www.mendipstoves.co.uk Flue & Ducting Ltd can meet all your needs


From start to finish, from top to bottom, from design to installation, from hearth to cowl and everything in between, Flue & Ducting Ltd will work with you on any size project or site, no matter how big or small. The company is completely flexible to meet its clients’ demands due to its huge range of products and expertise. The company stocks all of the big brands and


source products where required for its clients. With more than 10 years worth of experience in manufacturing chimneys, both domestic and commercial, Flue & Ducting Ltd truly can meet all of your needs.


01614802994 www.flue-ducting.co.uk Easy-fit cast-iron fireplaces for new builds


Cast-iron fireplace specialists CastTec have launched a range of easy to install fireplace combinations that can be installed flat against a wall or used in conjunction with a standard 406mm (16”) fireplace opening. Called the Integra Collection, both inserts and combinations can be


supplied in electric (plug and go), natural gas or L.P.G. using any flue application including balanced flue or wood burning and solid fuel (Eco-Design 2022 ready) with Defra exemption for use in smoke controlled areas. A copy of the new brochure can be downloaded from www.casttec.co.uk/images/brochure/integra_brochure_v7.pdf


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ADF SEPTEMBER 2019


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