|All pressure-sealing installation work.
All masonry mounting hardware and rooftop bracket.|
Local Municipality Permit.
Testing results for 100% operating efficiency as per factory specifications.
All IPS modular, prefabricated piping system sections, collars, flanged joints and wall band support hardware.
Emergency shut-down equipment or alarms if needed.
Pressure Regulators as per diagram if needed.
Code enforcement issues beyond standard gas pipe work and high temp stack work.
Gas piping, T’s, elbows support hardware, reducers and gas shut-off valves (2).
Pressurized “leak test” which will be required for code requirements.
Gas Line Piping System
Emergency shutoff and a water trap for condensation.
Type B Gas Vent
Type B Gas Vent is a complete all-metal, double -wall gas venting system. It is approved for such residential and commercial
applications as water heaters, boilers, furnaces and space or wall heater venting. Tested and Listed to UL-441
Type B Gas Vent is designed for negative pressure applications and flue gas temperatures not exceeding 550° F for Category I appliances.
Corn burning stoves approved for use with PL-Vent. The appliance's flue gases must not exceed 570 F (298.80 C).
Listed to ULC S609, ULC/ORD C441 and UL 641. Features and Benefits: Available in 3" and 4" diameters.
Stainless Steel Chimney re-lining system on the market. Use the same components with either Rigid or Flex. Wood, Oil, Coal, and Gas applications.
Concentric vent system designed for zero clearance installation in residential and light commercial applications. It is approved for use
on ANSI category I, II, III, and IV Gas-burning appliances, and direct vent or sealed combustion appliances approved by the appliance manufacturer.
Single wall commercial venting product approved for use with gas-fired, ANSI Category I, II, III and IV appliances with flue gas
temperature not above 550 F. Fabricated from special superferritic stainless steel and available in standard sizes.
Special Gas Vent and Gas Vent Connector for use on ANSI Category I, II, III and IV gas fired appliances. Suitable for use on condensing
and positive pressure systems. Available in standard sizes.
Commercial double-wall special gas vent system made from superferritic stainless steel. With increased airspace between the inner flue
conduit and the outer jacket. Reduces the required clearance to combustibles and makes a more rigid flue pipe for large diameters.
22 gauge cold rolled laser welded steel Black Stove Pipe is the heaviest in the industry. It is finished with a high quality, high
temperature, silicone-based black stove paint. For use as the connector pipe between a woodstove and All-Fuel chimney.
All-Fuel Chimney Liner system which can be used as an appliance connector and breeching. It is available in 304 or 316L stainless steel
with standard sizes. Chimney Liner for Category I gas fired appliances approved for use with B-Vent or appliances equipped with draft hoods.
For venting gas fired or propane appliances approved with B Vent and producing flue gas temperatures not in excess of 470 F (245C).
Sizes Model MD, Medium Diameter = 8", 10" & 12" Large Diameter = 14"-36"
Double Wall Black Stove Pipe connects a Wood Stove to Insulated Chimneys. Double Wall system features a Black Aluminized Steel outer
casing and Stainless Steel inner liner. 6" clearance to combustible materials. Sizes: 6", 7" & 8".
Multi-Fuel Stoves (DT-M) is a unique venting system designed to address the problem of highly corrosive flue gases produced by burning
corn or other bio-fuels. It converts any conventional corn-burning or multi-fuel stove into a Direct Vent system.
Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Venting technology. Listed for use with a wide variety of Direct Vent Gas Fireplaces, Direct-Temp features a
Stainless Steel inner liner, silicone woven fibreglass gaskets and a unique clean-look design. Available in 4" x 6 5/8" and 5" x 8" diameters.
The basics of a masonry chimney. The major parts of a chimney include the stack, flue, and crown. The stack is the visible outer shell
of the chimney, usually made from masonry (brick, block, stone, etc.). Inside the stack are flue(s), which are the empty spaces or
channels that let the rising gases escape. There is always a separate flue for each item being vented. Protecting the inner walls of a
chimney is a concrete or steel liner. The chimney crown is at the very top of the chimney and is often made of mortar and seals the
space between the edge of the stack and the flues. Crowns are prone to cracking and chipping because of the extreme temperature changes
they must endure. You need to inspect and repair the crown when there are obvious cracks that might make the chimney vulnerable to more
damage and eventual deterioration.
Some maintenance tips
According to the National Fire Protection Association, chimneys
should be inspected once a year. When inspecting, check for animal nests or other obstructions, cracks in the flue or masonry, and
deposits of creosote (a flammable, tarlike substance created by burning wood). Also, look for a buildup of soot in the flue. Even as
little as ¼" of buildup can restrict airflow and lower the performance of your chimney. To clean, rent a chimney brush that matches the
width of the inside diameter of the flue. Open or remove the damper and seal the fireplace opening with plastic or an old blanket.
Working from the roof, insert the brush into the flue and push downward. Gently work the brush up and down, scrubbing hard enough to
remove soot but not hard enough to damage the liner or mortar. Add extension handles until the brush reaches fireplace opening.
In cases where it is not possible to work from the roof, you must accomplish the task from the
inside. Insert the brush through the fireplace opening and work it up the flue. Let dust settle for an hour, then lay a dropcloth around
fireplace opening and remove the seal. Use a stiff-bristle brush, like a toilet brush, to remove soot and debris in the firebox, especially
in mortar joints and around the damper.