Floor Support to be placed on the floor where flue comes through a combustible ceiling.
Heavy Duty Galvanised Steel
316 Stainless Steel Bracket
Powder Coated Matt Black Finish
Passage of a flue through the floor
The passage through the floor can be done with:
- a Ventilated Firestop plate against the ceiling (in practice customers often take a round trim plate); and
- a Vented Floor support on the floor.
1. Put a length through a pre-prepared wood box in the floor and slide down the Vented Floor support plate.
2. Screw this Floor support plate to the box. Next, screw the support clamp directly to the jacket pipe of the length.
3 Glue the Ventilated Fire Stop plate (or round trim plate) onto the ceiling
The minimum distance between the insulated chimney's outer wall and the combustible materials is 60mm (G60).
The minimum distance between the single wall stove pipes and the wooden floor is 3 times the diameter (of the pipe) and never less than 375mm. For 5" pipes (125mm) this means always minimum 375mm. For 6" pipes (150mm) it is 450mm.
If the flue passes through a first floor, it must be boxed in.
|Name||Vented Floor support|
|Inside pipe||316L Stainless Steel|
|Outside pipe||304 Stainless Steel|
|Overlap (cm)||60 mm|
|Thickness inside pipe (mm)||0,4|
|Thickness outside pipe (mm)||0,4|
|Type of fuel||Wood, Oil, Gas, Low Sulpher Coal|
|Thickness insulation (mm)||25|
|Distance to flammables (cm)||70|
|CE Classification EN 1856-1||EN1856-1 T450 N1 D V3- L50040 G60, EN1856-1 T600 N1 D VM- L20040 G70|
|Temperature of use||600ºC continuous, 1000ºC peak.|
|Delivery time (working days)||1 - 3|
|Transport cost (total order)||1 to 3 products: delivery costs £20.00; 4 products or more £29.99 (UK & Scottish Mainland) Free delivery > £200 GBP (UK & Scottish Mainland)|
|(Compatible with) internal pipe diameter (mm)||125|