Twin Wall Chimney Systems
ICID Plus is a multi-application twin wall system adaptable for Dry (D), Wet (W) and Positive Pressure (P) applications. Stocked in stainless steel (125-200mm internal Ø) and matt black finish (125 and 150mm internal Ø) and manufactured by Schiedel.
Nova is a prefabricated twin wall insulated stainless steel chimney system designed to meet the requirements for multi-functional applications serving a variety of fuels. Nova is manufactured in the UK by SFL and available in internal diameter 100-600mm and stocked in matt black in 125, 150 and 200mm.
Metaloterm MF is a multi-application twin wall insulated chimney system, made of stainless steel with a high temperature sealing ring which can be removed if the flue gas temperature will exceed 200°C. MF is manufactured in internal diameter of 100-1000mm by OnTop.
Metaloterm US is a modular concentric balanced flue system, made of stainless steel, which combines air inlet and flue. It is suitable for use on high temperature, non-condensing applications with negative pressure. US is manufactured by OnTop and stocked in 100/150mm and 125/200mm diameter.
Metaloterm UED is a modular twin wall flue system ideally suited to applications where the use of single wall flue is unsuitable due to small distances to combustibles such as wooden beams. The flue’s joints are designed to give a smooth, aesthetically pleasing look without locking bands. It is stocked in 150mm internal diameter.
B Vent is a twin wall gas heating system manufactured in the UK by Schiedel. B Vent is designed for cost-effective venting of residential and small commercial atmospheric gas appliances with input up to 60kw. It is suitable for both internal and external use, either as a complete system or in combination with masonry, i.e. brick chimneys.
IL is a twin wall insulated pre-fabricated domestic gas vent manufactured in the UK by SFL. It is designed for naturally aspirated domestic gas fired appliances with a draught hood/ diverter and where the chimney is required to operate under negative pressure, dry conditions and the flue gas temperatures must not exceed 250°C.