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Old 13th November 2019, 08:07   #1 (permalink)
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Log Burner - Flue

Has anyone had a stainless steel flue liner installed in their chimney for a log burner? I'm looking for a company that can supply and fit either a flexible or solid s/s flue liner for my log burner. Anyone had experience of or can recommend a company or advice would be much appreciated.

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Re: Log Burner - Flue

We had one fitted earlier this year when we had a new Danish woodburner installed. We had it fitted by the stove supplier (in Antaya). Where abouts are you? I know it says 'Dalyan' but people move and forget to change their details.
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Re: Log Burner - Flue

The men have just left after putting in my flexible flue liner this morning. Stainless steel for coal burner. Re-fitting the top cowl and making joint from flue pipe, that came with the British Villager stove, to the chimney liner + insulation around the pipe. Fethiye company called Alarko. 1000TL.

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ps you may struggle to find companies that know what you are talking about. I was repeatedly told that "this is not how we do it in Turkey!". Alarko was the first I found that understood the science of chimneys.

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Thanks Ian just what I'm looking for, I've aquired a Morso 1410 log burner that I need a flexible s/s liner installed into existing chimney. Will get in touch with them.
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Thanks Ian just what I'm looking for, I've aquired a Morso 1410 log burner that I need a flexible s/s liner installed into existing chimney. Will get in touch with them.
Güle güle kulanın (may you use it happily), we have had a Morso in our kitchen for 10 years and recently bought another for the lounge. They are fabulous.
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Re: Log Burner - Flue

Make sure you update your house insurance andgive them a copy of the work schedule to prove the chimney is lined. If you dont and later have a house fire they can refuse a claim. Allproperty insurers are insisting on chimneys being lined. In UK they are also demanding that installers are HETAS qualified.
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Kanga are you talking about house insurance in Turkey or UK?
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Make sure you update your house insurance andgive them a copy of the work schedule to prove the chimney is lined. If you dont and later have a house fire they can refuse a claim. Allproperty insurers are insisting on chimneys being lined..
This is new information to me. Any more details? By the reaction I have had from installers, liners are very rare in Turkish homes, but sobas are very common.

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Re: Log Burner - Flue

The Morso company recommended that we buy something to clean the pipe with in the UK, as the standard flue pipe diameter here is 120mm and we had 150mm fitted. We purchased thie:-
https://www.manomano.co.uk/p/round-c...a-15-cm-999570

I hope this may be useful, it only weighs about the same as 2 bottles of gin if you are bringing it from the UK
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