Chimney lining

Chimney lining

Rectangular or round tiles placed within a chimney for protective purposes. The glazed surface of the tile provides resistance to the deteriorating effects of smoke and gas fumes.

flue lining, chimney lining

flue lining
In a chimney flue, a lining consisting of special heat-resistant firebrick or other fireclay units, heat-resistant glass units, or special concrete block; used to prevent fire, smoke, and gases in the flue from spreading to surroundings.
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The company has pioneered the Eldfast ceramic chimney lining which can repair damaged linings without restricting the efficiency, withstand very high temperatures and also acts as an insulator.
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Q WE'VE just bought a derelict thatched cottage and I have to install a chimney lining.
Landy Vent, which was established in 1998, also operates a successful chimney lining arm of the business, Eldfast, and supplies the ceramic mix for around 800 chimney systems across the UK and Europe every year.
It is inexpensive insurance to guard against a chimney fire, which can damage the chimney lining and possibly cause a house fire.
As gases in the woodsmoke rise, they cool, condense, and combine with moisture released by wood to form creosote, a solid substance that coats the chimney lining.
They are asking for nearly pounds 2,000 to replace the chimney lining.