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  • Our Multifuel Stainless Steel Flexible Flue Liner Installation Packs are the perfect all in one solution to installing your new Multifuel or Wood Burning Stove.

    For venting a fireplace, choose the diameter that provides a vent opening equal to one-eighth of the total area of the fireplace opening. For wood stoves and other heating appliances, consult the manufacturer’s recommendations for flue diameter. The trickiest aspect of selecting an appropriate stainless steel liner is choosing the correct alloy based on the type of fuel being burned. Careful selection prevents corrosion, which is the main cause of premature failure in stainless steel flue liners.

  • Stainless steel flue liners come in rigid and flexible formats. Rigid flue pipes are available in diameters ranging from 3 to 10, while flexible corrugated metal tube runs from 2 to 10 in diameter. Rigid flue liners shouldn’t be confused with double- or triple-wall chimney pipe, which is designed for unenclosed chimneys and shouldn’t be used as flue liner. Rigid liners are best only for straight chimneys with no offsets or bends.

    Pragmatists, including many installers and fire-protection experts we consulted, tend to like stainless steel flue liners. They generally require less labor to install than other types of liners, and they’re readily available in types and sizes for all common heating appliances, including fireplaces and wood stoves. Installed by a pro, a metal liner costs about $100 per foot.

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  • Dura Flexible flue liner
    Product125mm150mm
    DURA STAINLESS STEEL FLUE LINER
    DURA 316 LINER
    £22.25£26.50
    DURA 904/316 LINER
    £35.00£41.50
    DURA LINER ADAPTORS
    DURA MA ADAPTOR
    £33.75£33.75
    DURA MR ADAPTOR
    £38.75
    DURA FLUE LINER COMPONENTS
    TOP PLATE
    £14.75£14.75
    TOP CLAMP
    £14.75£14.75
    TOP INSERT
    £14.75£14.75
    NOSE CONE
    £6.25£6.25
    DATA NOTICE PLATE£8.00
    CHIMNEY POTS
    ROLL TOP 300MM BUFF OR TERRACOTTA CHIMNEY POT
    £87.50
    ROLL TOP 450MM BUFF OR TERRACOTTA CHIMNEY POT
    £92.75
    ROLL TOP 600MM BUFF OR TERRACOTTA CHIMNEY POT
    £113.00
    COWLS AND RAIN CAPS
    TERRACOTTA POT HANGER COWL WITH BIRDGUARD
    £81.75£81.75
    TERRACOTTA POT HANGER AND ANTI DOWNDRAUGHT COWL
    £104.75£104.75

    Stainless steel flue liners come in rigid and flexible forms and a variety of designs and alloys, making them among the most versatile liners. One of the advantages of flexible metal liners is their ability to accommodate offsets and other old-flue surprises. (Illustration: Randy Sweitzer)

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Stainless steel flue liners are highly effective and highly durable. Without joints to crack, erode or degrade, you have a smooth and smoke-tight liner that sets the stage for a strong draft and the proper venting of combustion gases. If a confined creosote fire were to occur (which proper maintenance and cleaning can prevent), a stainless steel liner would hold up far better, and provide far more protection to your chimney (which means extensive, costly repairs are much less likely). And since stainless steel is better equipped to stand up to moisture and sulfuric acid deposits than terra cotta tile, you can expect a much longer service life out of these liners.