Flue system for combustion stove

Condor Flue System

Select location for heater flue system ensuring that there are no obstructions such as joists, rafters, etc.

The hole centres in ceiling and roof can be found by means of a ‘plumb bob’ hung down the into the spigot on stove.

Cut hole in ceiling to diameter of manifold casing (approx 255mm dia.)

Locate and fasten welded angle cross bracket to joists above hole and fasten into position.

Cut hole in roof and fit roof flashing/casing in perpendicular line to ceiling hole.

Slide Ceiling Manifold casing through hole into welded angle cross bracket, and fasten at four points with stainless steel rivets.

Extend telescopic casing up into roof flashing /casing and fasten to roof casing per diagram ( fasten casing extension where necessary before extending telescopic section )

Locate Primary Casing Vent assembly to roof Flashing Casing and fasten using stainless steel rivets.

The stainless steel fluing is assembled and installed so that the uppermost section is inside the lower.

The Manifold Vent is installed prior to the last section of stainless fluing being fitted to installation. As the fluing is introduced to the casing from below Condor does not promote the fastening of stainless steel fluing using mechanical fasteners however if this is desired then stainless steel rivets should be used.

The discharge terminal is installed once the stainless steel fluing assembly has been installed so as only 25mm protrudes from the height of the secondary casing.


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