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  • What You Should Know About Your Boiler Flue

    What You Should Know About Your Boiler Flue

    What You Should Know About Your Boiler Flue One of the first things you should know about your boiler's flue is its shape. While most flues are rectangular, you might find some that are square or round. In any case, you should be aware of the shape of your flue and make sure it meets regulations. La... read more

    Aug 12,2022 News
  • A stainless steel flue is a good choice for a variety of applications

    A stainless steel flue is a good choice for a variety of applications

    A stainless steel flue is a good choice for a variety of applications. The material is corrosion-resistant and can withstand high temperatures. However, it can become damaged if a high concentration of chlorine or nitric acid is ingested. For this reason, stainless steel flues are a better choice fo... read more

    Aug 04,2022 News
  • Reasons For Replacing Your Chimney Flue Pipe

    Reasons For Replacing Your Chimney Flue Pipe

    Reasons For Replacing Your Chimney Flue Pipe You may have noticed that your chimney flue pipe looks different from your home's exterior. This could mean that you need to buy a new one, or that the flue is damaged. There are a few things you can do to avoid this problem, including checking the materi... read more

    Jul 29,2022 News
  • What should pay attention to when installing a commercial kitchen fume exhaust pipe?

    What should pay attention to when installing a commercial kitchen fume exhaust pipe?

    What should pay attention to when installing a commercial kitchen fume exhaust pipe? How to design and install a commercial kitchen exhaust duct is a relatively common problem. Similarly, the installation of a commercial kitchen chimney flue pipe is equally important. There are many things to pay at... read more

    Jul 22,2022 News
  • The Importance of Insulated Flue Pipes in Your Attic

    The Importance of Insulated Flue Pipes in Your Attic

    The Importance of Insulated Flue Pipes in Your Attic You might have noticed that some homes have a lot of aluminum flue pipe in their attics. This piping is used to vent gases that are produced when burning fuel. These gases, including carbon monoxide, heat the attic and are hazardous. If you're not... read more

    Jul 15,2022 News