Open fire flue range

The Dunbrik A1 Concrete Flue Liner Systems are used in the construction of domestic chimneys suitable for all types of domestic fires. Householders can burn suitable domestic fuel and properly seasoned wood or install any domestic gas fire including flame effect fires.
The systems meet the British Standard BS EN 1857 and are UKCA marked.

Dashboard fire

Benefits of a Chimney

  • A chimney adds appeal to a house
  • A real fire turns a house into a home

Benefits of Dunbrik liner systems

  • Full system from the specialist manufacturer
  • Detailed flue estimates prepared
  • Systems designed for better flue flow
  • Designed for easy installation
  • Liners meet the highest industry standards
  • Expert technical advice

Key System Features

  • For domestic fires and stoves
  • Can use all domestic fuel: coal, wood, oil and gas
  • Round liners and full unrestricted bends for better flue flow
  • Tested by BSRIA to European Standard
  • Passed highest standard type A1 T600
  • Sootfire resistant to 1,000oC
Dashboard fire

Various flue sizes and configurations for open fires.

Typical recess size (mm)
Max fire recess (mm²)
Sample flue drawings and costings
Select typical recess size (mm)
Typical recess size (mm)
500 x 550
Max fire recess (mm²)
275,000
Typical recess size (mm)
700 x 595
Max fire recess (mm²)
417,000
Typical recess size (mm)
800 x 585
Max fire recess (mm²)
471,000
Typical recess size (mm)
800 x 750
Max fire recess (mm²)
600,000
Typical recess size (mm)
1,100 x 960
Max fire recess (mm²)
1,060,000

System details and design guidance

The Dunbrik A1 Concrete Flue Liner Systems are used in the construction of domestic chimneys suitable for all types of domestic fires. A chimney is a structure made with a minimum of 100mm thick masonry lined with purpose made flue liners. Householders can burn all domestic fuels including coal and properly seasoned wood or install any gas appliance including flame effect fires.

Flue Liners

Dunbrik concrete liners are made with tongue and socket joints. They are manufactured from kiln burnt aggregate and Portland cement and are designed to withstand repeated temperature fluctuations.

Flue liners should be joined with Dunseal fire proof mortar paste. Allow approximately 3 joints per cartridge for 200mm liners, 2 joints for 250mm & 300mm liners and 1 joint for 450mm liners. Any void between flue liners and masonry surround should be filled with Dunfil insulating infill.

Liner Standards

British Standard BS EN 1857 established performance standards for concrete flue liners for domestic chimneys.

Dunbrik liners have been tested by BSRIA and achieved the highest categories in each class as follows:

Dunbrik Type A1 – T600 N1 G D 3

Performance Data

  • T600 – Temperature nominal operating temperature 600°C
  • N1 – Gas tightness negative pressure test at 40 Pascal
  • G – Sootfire resistance heat shock tested to 1,000°C for 30 minutes
  • D – Condensate resistance for dry flue conditions
  • 3 – Corrosion resistance for all domestic fuels (scrub test for durability)

 

UK Building Regulations ADJ

Dunbrik A1 Concrete Flue Liners meet the minimum standards set in approved document J (ADJ) and exceed the requirements for temperature and gas tightness.

Chimney Check and Smoke Testing

The methods of checking compliance with UK building regulations are set out in ADJ appendix E available on the government website: –