Specflue Exclusive Range
True to our core values of quality, service and people, we have developed our own exclusive range of products that meet the high quality standards we demand in both manufacturing quality and performance whilst providing great value for money.
Our products are all tested and compliant with necessary standards and come with the support you would expect from Specflue.
The range consists of twin wall flue, flexible flue liners, vitreous and wood burning stoves, providing a complete Specflue solution for every install.
Twin Wall Chimney Systems
Twin wall chimney systems are an ideal solution for most modern houses where no traditional chimney stack exists.
The term ‘twin wall’ comes from the construction, where a flue pipe is inside another flue pipe, and separated by insulation. This layer ensures the surface of the flue does not become too hot, and can therefore pass through walls, ceilings and roofs with only a small void.
Twin Wall chimney systems comprise of a full range of components, so you can build an entire system, from bottom to top.
Flexible Flue Liners
Flexible liner is used to line existing traditional chimney stacks. They are available in two classes; class one for solid and multi fuel and class two for gas and kerosene (oil). Within class one liners, there are two grade; 316 which is generally used for wood burning only and 904 which is recommended for use with multi fuel appliances, and those burning smokeless fuels.
A range of accessories are available in addition to the liner, which enable you to create a full chimney system.
Single wall flue pipes are referred to by many different names such as vitreous, single skin, connecting flue and stove pipe.
The term ‘single wall’ refers to the product being constructed from one layer of steel, with no insulation. This may then be coated by vitreous enamel in a range of colours and finishes.
Single wall is typically used to connect an appliance to a twin wall or flexible liner chimney system. Due to there being no insulation single wall flue should be kept a minimum of three times the diameter from combustible materials.
Plastic flue is typically used for low temperature, wet applications such as plant rooms with condensing appliances. It provides a low cost, light weight option and can be used to connect multiple appliances to a header system.
Plastic flue is for internal use, but can be shrouded in steel for external runs.
Pumice & Ceramic
Modular chimney systems ideally suited for new build houses. Components for these systems are lightweight and easy to handle.
A wide range of products to complete your installation and enhance your experience with your appliance, including:
- Roof flashings
- Chimney cowls, bird guards and pots
- Exodraft fans
- Grills and air vents
- Register plates and soot doors
- Fireside Accessories