Chimney pipes are extremely important in the smoke exhaust system. Properly selected and installed models ensure that the gases generated during combustion are properly discharged. Therefore, it does not matter which version with which parameters is installed. In order for the gases to reach the chimney, it does not matter what cross-section is used. In this regard, the cross-section of the chimney pipes is ideal if it matches that of the chimney. If it is smaller than that, combustion will accelerate, which has a negative effect on the performance of the fireplace. A larger cross-section than the chimney can let the smoke back into the combustion chamber in windy weather. The angle of inclination is also an important consideration, as it cannot be less than 45 degrees.
Material quality is also important in the case of chimneys, because it determines the service life. Each of the versions in the range is made of high-quality stainless, acid- and heat-resistant steel. Several diameters allow you to choose the right chimney pipes for your chimneys. By the way, the range also includes models with adjustable elbows, which makes installation much easier. When choosing a fireplace, it is always important to take into account the parameters of the chimney, because this can determine what type and power version you should purchase. Of course, if it can be solved, then the chimneys can also be converted, and then the appropriate chimney pipes can be adapted to this. It is worth considering the conversion, because in this way the fireplace does not have to be adapted to the existing smoke exhaust system, but vice versa.