Cast Iron Flue Pipe Damper For Wood Burning Stoves Wood Burners Fires S4U® (5" Flue Damper)

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Cast Iron Flue Pipe Damper For Wood Burning Stoves Wood Burners Fires S4U® (5" Flue Damper)

Cast Iron Flue Pipe Damper For Wood Burning Stoves Wood Burners Fires S4U® (5" Flue Damper)

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You do! If you have any kind of combustion situation happening indoors—a fireplace, furnace, or wood stove—your damper becomes an important tool in containing and controlling that fire. It also seals the flue opening off from the outside when no fire is burning. These stoves are fully manual so setting the temperature of the flames is more hands-on than adjusting a dial. By opening the damper wider, you can make the fire in wood stoves burn faster. By keeping closing the damper partway to make the opening smaller, you’ll make it burn hotter and slower. This is especially important if you have a throat damper instead of a top-mount damper. All kinds of flammable buildup or debris can make their way down a flue over time, even if you have a chimney cap, and this is the leading cause of chimney fires. Do All Fireplaces Have a Damper? Looking to become more self-sufficient? Join me and 14,000 others on Abundance Plusand get discounts, masterclasses, community, and more. What’s the Difference Between a Flue and a Damper? Based on installing a new A-rated condensing boiler in England, Scotland and Wales with a programmer, room thermostat and thermostatic radiator controls (TRVs) in a gas heated detached home from an older G-rated boiler with a programmer and room thermostat. Figures are based on fuel prices as of October2023. Savings will vary depending on the size and thermal performance of your home. Source: Energy Saving Trust.

Because wood-burning stoves are often used to heat rooms or whole houses, keeping your fire burning slowly for a long time is ideal. This transfers more heat to the metal body of the stove, which means it releases more heat into the air around it. You’ll be able to use your damper to keep the heated or cooled air of your home inside the walls of your house and keep the aforementioned critters, weather events, and debris (and sometimes very short-sighted children) outside of them. When installed by a Worcester Bosch Accredited Installer with a Greenstar System Filter. The Greenstar 1000 and Greenstar 2000 guarantee is available as standard to both Excelerate members and non-WAI's, when fitted with any brand of system filter. Terms and conditions apply. As noted, chimney liner inspections are important as are inspections of your masonry structure and components such as the chimney crown, chimney cap and chimney flashing. The fireplace damper The flue is very important to the proper functioning of a fireplace, furnace, or stove. Fire needs oxygen to burn, and the flue creates negative pressure that pulls air up and through the combustion point. This updraft keeps the burn steady and hot, with more active flames and less smoke generated.A chimney/fireplace system has a lot of parts, components and areas – and plenty of terminology to describe each. The chimney flue and fireplace damper sometimes are thought to be basically the same thing, since both have to do with drafting and venting a fireplace. The fact is, these two parts of your system are quite different in terms of function and necessary maintenance and upkeep. Let’s look at the specs of flues and dampers. The chimney flue

Some older open fireplaces don’t have a damper, and they can function perfectly fine as fireplaces without one. The flue is also sometimes called the chimney lining when used with an open fireplace. You may think that it is your chimney that pulls the smoke up and out of your house when you’re burning fire, but this is incorrect.

Maintaining your flue

Flue liners are typically built from stainless steel, clay tiles or a cast-in-place material. Each style of liner is durable and long-lasting – but no liner will last forever. Chimney liners should be inspected regularly to spot early signs of damage or malfunction.

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