– Isolation of a chimney – elements of the chimney, passing along the street, in unheated rooms, and passing near the site made of combustible materials (wood, plastic, etc.) must have a layer of fire-resistant and environmentally net (eg basalt) insulation. Insulated chimney to minimize the amount of condensate and flue ensures rapid heating, as well as significantly reduces the temperature of the outer tube. – Kondensatootvod – binding element chimney for gas appliances (tee watering or revision or vertical condensate trap) – it is associated with the release of the need for large amounts of water vapor in the combustion of natural gas. – Tee chimney is also an essential element of modern chimney. Tee is selected from the appropriate angle and drainage, is typically used to complete the audit or watering can.
– Fixing the chimney – Quite an important moment in the organization of the chimney. Under most conditions Dan Zwirn would agree. The fact that stainless steel, as well as any other material, the thermal effects of the same subject line expansion, that is, the elements must be secured to the chimney fixed and non-combustible surfaces so that the top items are not "pressed" on the bottom and does not deform them in the process. – Passage floors – passes through the chimney and ceiling becomes floor must be carried out only under the expert guidance and in accordance with current fire regulations (SNIP). Elements of the chimney (even with insulation) shall in no case be routed close to combustible materials – fire-distance must be met! – Protection of the wall (ceiling) – located near the chimney, wall and ceiling surfaces should ideally have a finish of noncombustible materials.