Code 126498-90
Code 126498-90
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  • Description

    Please contact us for an other quantities, dimensions or flue diameter.

    This 9.0m package includes:

    • 1 x 126483 175mm i/d 310mm square 75mm high - Liner support block
    • 1 x 128549 Support plate - For support plates when mounted onto lintels 
    • 1 x 126499 or 126493 Stainless Steel Adaptor - Choose the one that best suits your stove flue diameter.
    • 15 x 126498 175mm i/d 600mm high rebated pumice liner ( 200mm o/d) = 7.2 metres 
    • 2 x 130771 Lip glue 
    • 15 x 130769 Light expanded clay aggregate insulation - based on an internal chimney dimension of 350mm x 350mm
    • 1 x Chimney Notice Plate

    The Isokern Round Pumice Liner 175mm is a rebated liner made from pumice, available in various sizes and part of the Isokern Pumice Chimney System Range.

    Can be used for new build chimneys or re-lining existing chimneys.

    This Isokern chimney range is made from Pumice which is a natural insulator that allows the flue gases in the chimney to reach their optimum temperature quickly.

    Delivery is 3-5 business days by pallet


    • Various Sizes

    • Lightweight Material

    • CE certified to EN1857 with the designation T450, N2, D, 3, G

    • 600mm and 1000mm lengths mean fewer joints and fast to install

    • Highly insulating pumice for better draw and minimum heat loss

    • Good resistance to temperature variations, maximizes performance

    The Natural Properties Of Pumice:

    • High Insulation Properties

    • Resistant to temperature change

    • Temperature to fall below the dew point.

    • Pumice has very little expansion and contraction with temperature change.

    • Pumice is strong yet lightweight allowing one person to lift and build the chimney units.

    • Pumice is a natural insulator, able to maintain the temperature of flue gases

  • Technical Information

    How to build a chimney

    Looking at how a new build chimney should be constructed? See below examples of Liner type construction examples.



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