Stove install into a room with no chimney?

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by CosRush, Nov 28, 2009.

  1. CosRush

    CosRush New Member

    Is it possible to install a dual fuel stove into a room that has no chimney?

    If so how? would it be necessary to build a brick fireplace with hearth and construct a aestehtic chimney that could have a liner inside it?
  2. musky1

    musky1 New Member

    This is major Tom to ground there anybody out there that can form a new chimney out of melted sky hooks. DUH. Try,
  3. CosRush

    CosRush New Member

    With a hearth and a rear flue exitig through a firewall is there anything else required?
  4. doing a bit

    doing a bit New Member

    you would need a insulated flue liner to go outside up the wall, you are only allowed 150mm of horizontal pipe from the rear of the stove , so you will need to come from the top and then go off at a 45 degree angle through the wall, you will need a suitable hearth at least 225mm in front of the stove and 150mm round the sides , this needs to be 125mm thick of non combustable material, you may need extra room ventilation depending on the output of the stove , a HETAS fitter would advise on this , see their web site to find a local one , but they will be busy !! i have tiled behind mine with porcelain tiles and they get that hot you cant touch them, the stove is 200mm off the wall too! just a thought for you

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