Dura Flue 6 Inch (150mm) 904 Grade Flexible Flue Liner Kit
- Free 48 Hour Delivery
The liner kits we sell provide you with everything you'll need to fit and connect your liner. Our chimney liner kits includes the nose cone, flexible flue liner, rigid to flex flue adaptor to connect the flexible flue liner to the stove pipe and a pot hanger rain cap, acting as a bird guard, cowl and supports the liner from chimney pot.
Dura Flue 904 Flexible Flue Liner is arguably the best on the market. Where as most liners are made from one strip of steel folded in half creating the inner and outer liner, the folding of steel weakens the steel. Dura Flue is made from two separate strips of steel (904 inner - 316 outer) it's this unique manufacturing technique that makes Dura Flue different and makes it one of the strongest and most reliable. It also has a 30 year guarantee compared to the 20 years that most other liners offer.
This pack is also available with an increasing adaptor. This is used if your stove has a 5 inch outlet and you want to connect to a 6 inch flue liner. A 6 inch liner is required if you wish to burn coal.
Material 904/316 Stainless Steel Flue Parts Chimney Liner Flue Diameter 6 Inch (150mm) Guarantee 30 Years More Colours No Brand Dura Flue
If the goods are showing 24hr or 48hr delivery then this is the quickest time we're able to deliver these items. You will be asked to select a delivery date when you're going through the checkout process . The goods will be delivered on this day.
Smaller items such as inset gas fires and electric fires are delivered by a courier. You will be contacted beforehand and a convenient delivery date agreed.
Once your parcel is dispatched, you will receive a text message confirming your delivery date and a tracking link that will keep you updated of your parcel's progress.
This is an all day ground floor doorstep service, All items must be checked for damage in front of the driver before being signed for. Please contact us immediately in the unlikely event that damage has occurred.
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