What is

The Best Chimney System?

Can I Have A Eco Design Oakleaf Stove?
There are many options for your stove regards to a chimney system. Your Eco design stove can be installed in a fixed brick chimney or even if you don't have a chimney it can be installed with a Twin lined Insulated Flue/chimney as an alternative. Below we have listed the options you have available.

Vitreous Enamel Stove Pipe?

Vitreous enamel stove pipe, often referred to as enamel flue pipe, is a type of stovepipe used in the venting system of wood-burning stoves.

It is designed to connect the stove to the chimney or flue and plays a crucial role in directing combustion gases safely outside the building. This type of stove pipe is mainly used as the starting point of the installation


Flexible Flue Liner?

If you have a property with a bricks and mortar chimney in most cases, you will need a flexible chimney liner for a Eco Design Stove.  

These are easy to install, especially if your chimney stack has any kinks or bends. The flue liner should be strong and capable of holding up under the force of being pulled through the chimney. They should also be able to withstand the high temperatures at regular intervals from the stove and to also prevent damp conditions that often occur inside chimneys. We recommend using Ultraflex or Twinflex Flexible Flue Liners that are manufactured from high quality stainless steel.


Twinwall Insulated Flue?

Twin wall insulated flue systems are an essential component in the venting your eco design stove of various heating appliances, particularly wood-burning stoves. This double-layered pipe is designed to facilitate the safe and efficient removal of combustion gases from the stove to the exterior of a building. Twin Wall flue is a great alternative for homes that dont have a chimney stack.

The twin wall construction consists of an inner stainless steel liner and an outer layer, typically made of steel or stainless steel, with insulation sandwiched in between.

The insulation layer between the inner and outer walls minimizes heat transfer to the outer surface of the pipe. This feature prevents excessive heat from radiating into the surrounding space or nearby combustible materials, reducing the risk of fire hazards.
Condensation Prevention:
The insulation also helps prevent condensation by maintaining higher temperatures within the flue, which is crucial for wood-burning appliances. Condensation can lead to the formation of acidic byproducts that may corrode the chimney and pose safety risks.
Twin wall flue systems are versatile and suitable for various installations, including passing through walls, ceilings, and roofs. Their modular design allows for easy assembly and customization to fit specific installation requirements.
Compliance with Regulations:
Many building codes and regulations require the use of insulated flue pipes, especially in situations where the flue runs through an external wall or passes through combustible materials. Twin wall insulated flue pipes are designed to meet these safety standards.