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2017-6-27 · Old Fireplace Opening up an old fireplace is like striking gold in your very own home. In addition to a glowing, warmer, more welcoming living room, you are creating a much healthier and more invigorating atmosphere, and adding to the character of your investment into the bargain. Solid fuel fires are clean and easy to operate, highly efficient

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How to open up an old fireplace Reader's Digest

2 天前 · How to open up an old fireplace. This is the solid section of floor in front of the chimney breast. Get a professional to examine your chimney before you light a fire for the first time, whether you have opened up an old fireplace or installed a new one.

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A Guide to Regular Maintenance of Stoves and Open

Correct Fuel. To protect and obtain the most out of your fireplace whilst gaining the maximum fuel efficiency only use the fuels recommended by the manufacturer. Solid fuel, as a fuel offers high heat output and as a way to provide primary or secondary heat source for

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Open Fireplaces

An open fireplace is a fire designed to be used with solid fuel, this type of fireplace typically burns wood, house coal or in most cases smokeless coal. Simple in design features they have a grate to burn the fuel on and an ashpan to catch the ash underneath.

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Coal Hut Blog Best Fuel for an Open Fire

2018-9-12 · Prices for Five Star Coal start at just £123.99, making this product a real dark horse in our open fire fuel list. Our Colombian Group 2 Coal is sourced exclusively from Colombian mines and is considered by many as the best coal for an open fire. It is made up of large pieces that light effortlessly and burn with a natural high flame

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LINING OLD CHIMNEYS Solid Fuel Association

2017-6-27 · SOLID FUEL LINER. This is a double skinned liner made from an extremely high quality stainless steel, usually 904L or 316Ti (Titanium) grade. It is smooth on the inside, corrugated on the outside and must be installed the correct way up. It is specifically designed for relining flues for solid fuel and wood. Whilst stainless steel

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Solid Fuel Association Guide to Central Heating Link-Up

2017-6-27 · Link-Up Combining solid fuel with other central heating technologies using ensure that in every case, the solid fuel appliance has an unrestricted open vent and separate cold feed. To further increase safety improve the efficiency of a fireplace and generate additional hot water.

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Fire Grates for Coal Fires Cast Iron Open Fireplace

Fire grates are an essential piece of a solid fuel fire allowing coals or logs to burn brightly and allowing air to be drawn from underneath to fuel the fire. It is essential for fireplace grates to have horizontal or lateral bars with gaps. The gaps allow oxygen to be drawn from underneath the

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Opening up and reinstating old chimneys and old flues

Opening up an old fireplace can instantly and relatively cheaply transform to a healthier and more invigorating atmosphere whilst adding to the character of your home. Solid fuel fires are clean and easy to operate, highly efficient, flexible and easy to install.

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Fitting a Fireplace DIY Fitting a Fireplace DIY Doctor

Material in the cavity behind the fireplace should be non-combustible. For an open fire the fireplace recess should be at least 350mm deep. For burning solid fuel, regulations suggest a minimum recess size of 500mm by 550mm using 200mm diameter liners and a flue cross sectional area of 15% of the face area of the fireplace opening.

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Open Fires, Stoves and Fire Logs: Everything You

Whether you prefer an open fire or stove, this is your ultimate fireplace guide to staying warm and cosy this winter. Find out the different fuels from coal, kindling and logs whether that's

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SELECTING, INSTALLING AND OPERATING DOMESTIC

2017-10-3 · itself to producing this guideline for selecting, installing and operating domestic solid fuel heaters. The guideline is one of a range of actions to reduce pollution from solid fuel heaters. Overall, the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) estimates that solid fuel heaters contribute 40% of air particle pollution in winter.

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Solid fuel: Coal vs Coke? — MoneySavingExpert Forum

2006-10-30 · The Solid Fuel Associateion has some really great information about opening up an old fireplace and what fuel to use. "Homefire is a top quality fuel for open fires. The moulded pieces are shaped like a 50 pence coin.

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FIREPLACE LANDLORD AND TENANT ADVICE

In this post, the term “solid fuel” means any fuel that is not a liquid or gas (e.g. wood, coal, mineral smokeless fuels, wood derived fuels and biomass). The term “appliance” means any device or fire manufactured to be used for heating within a domestic property which uses solid fuel (e.g. an open fire, woodburner, pellet stove

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Solid fuel heaters Building Performance

The Standard does not apply to existing woodburners (unless they are reinstalled into a property), open fires, multi-fuel burners, pellet fires, wood/coal stoves designed for the primary purpose of

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The Essentials to Understanding, Fireplace, Chimney

Increasing numbers of households are opening up old fireplaces to either fit log burning, multi fuel stoves or reinstall open fires it is important that the fireplace opening or stove flue is correctly calculated to the chimney size. For open fires the general rule is 1:8 ratios.

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Fireplace Ventilation: Bulding Regulations

All solid fuel whether bio-mass or fossil fuel appliances need a free flow of air, or at least, the oxygen in the air to allow combustion to take place. Oxygen only makes up 20% by volume of the atmosphere so a fire has to draw five times as much air just to supply itself with sufficient oxygen to burn efficiently.

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Fire Grates for Coal Fires Cast Iron Open Fireplace

Fire grates are an essential piece of a solid fuel fire allowing coals or logs to burn brightly and allowing air to be drawn from underneath to fuel the fire. It is essential for fireplace grates to have horizontal or lateral bars with gaps. The gaps allow oxygen to be drawn from underneath the

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