The TUBINOX stainless steel liner is designed for
installation in a masonry chimney:
- when the clay liner of an exisiting chimney is damaged
- to improve the chimney’s draft
- as a substitute of the clay liner in a new masonry chimney
It can be used to vent solid, liquid or gas-fuel fired appliances (coal, wood, oil, etc).
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Time and wear can crack clay liners. Under these conditions, your liner can quickly become a nest for creosote deposits. Should this be the case with your masonry chimney, it would be wise, for safety reasons, to consider the advantages of a TUBINOX stainless steel liner.
The accumulation of creosote inside a chimney can become dangerous. As it is inflammable, creosote is the cause of chimney fires which can spread to become a real danger. The stainless steel liner impedes the adhesion of creosote.
FOR GREAT PERFORMANCE
Controlled-combustion stoves are designed accordingly to highly efficient heat transfer and combustion technologies. Their rate of performance increases when they are installed with a chimney of suitable diameter. Clay liners are often too large. Consequently, they remain too cold and do not allow gas to be completely consumed, a situation which leads to gas condensation, thus formation of creosote.
- Inexpensive compared to the cost of replacing a damaged masonry chimney. Can be installed in a matter of hours.
- Subtitutes the clay liner in a new masonry chimney.
- Improves the chimney’s draft
- Stainless steel, type 304
- All components in the TUBINOX system are made of stainless steel
- Certified to standards: UL-1777, ULC-S635M and ULC-S640M at 2100°F (1150°C).
- 304 stainless steel renowned for its resistance to corrosion
- Twist-lock assembly for fast, easy and secure installation—no screws or other attachments required
- Double-lock seam provides superior strength and prevents deformation
- Available in 5″ to 8″ inside diameters
- Tested and listed to ULC-S635M, ULC-S640M and UL-1777
- Limited lifetime warranty