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A MESSAGE FROM THE PARLIAMENTARY MINISTER OF STATE............................ INTRODUCTION BY THE CHAIRMAN............................................................................ FOREWORDS................................................................................................................... INTRODUCTORY NOTES................................................................................................ PART 1 APPLIANCES BURNING SOLID MINERAL FUELS AND WOOD ................... INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................... OPEN FIRES Inset - including those with underfloor air supply attachment ....... Freestanding – convector ............. Inset -convector................................... OPEN FIRES WITH HIGH OUTPUT BACK BOILERS Inset Inset -with rectangular fireboxes Inset - with rectangular fireboxes - tested and rated on both bituminous coal and smokeless fuel ROOMHEATERS/STOVES.......................................................................................... Wood pellet stoves ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS….......................................................... Wood pellet stoves FREESTANDING COOKERS Cookers without boilers or with domestic boilers with outputs................................ not exceeding 3.5kW Cookers with central heating boilers above 3.5kW output....................................... INDEPENDENT BOILERS Batch fed independent boilers........................................................................... Gravity Feed Boilers With Thermostat Automatic feed independent boilers fed by wood pellets or chips...................... INDEX TO MANUFACTURERS OF SOLID FUEL BURNING APPLIANCES………………………………………………………….. PART 2 FUELS................................................................................................................. INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................... MANUFACTURED SMOKELESS FUELS.................................................................. NATURAL SMOKELESS FUELS................................................................................ BITUMINOUS COAL.................................................................................................... LIGNITE (BROWN COAL) BRIQUETTES............................................................... SELECTING WOOD FOR BURNING HETAS SOLID BIOMASS ASSURANCE SCHEME COLLABORATIVE PARTNERS AND JOINT SCHEMES WoodFuel Wales INDEX TO FUEL PRODUCERS Section A Section B Section C Section D Section E Section D1 Section D3 Section D4 Section B1 Section B2 Section B3 Page 14 Page 15 Page 15 Page 17 Section A Page 3 Page 4 Page 4 Page 8 Page 13 Page 13

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PART 3 FACTORY MADE CHIMNEYS AND CHIMNEY LINING SYSTEMS................. INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................... CHIMNEY BLOCK SYSTEMS.................................................................................... FACTORY-MADE METAL CHIMNEYS FLUE LINERS - FOR BUILDING NEW CHIMNEYS OR FOR RE-LINING ............... DOUBLE SKIN FLEXIBLE CHIMNEY RE-LINING SYSTEMS ................................. FLUE PIPES - FOR CONNECTING APPLIANCE TO CHIMNEY.............................. NON METALLIC CHIMNEY RE-LINING SYSTEMS................................................. RIGID STAINLESS STEEL CHIMNEY RE-LINING SYSTEMS………………………. CAST IN-SITU CONCRETE LINING SYSTEMS……………………………………….. LIST OF BFCMA MEMBERS…………………………………………………………….. LIST OF BFCMA ASSOCIATE MEMBERS…………………………………………….. OTHER MANUFACTURERS...................................................................................... Section A Section B Section C Section D Section E Section F Section G Section H Section J

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PART 4 CARE AND MAINTENANCE............................................................................. SAFE AND SOUND WITH SOLID FUEL ................................................................... CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS/ALARMS ........................................................ FLUE GAS AND AMBIENT AIR CO ANALYSERS ................................................... PERMANENT VENTILATORS (FOR THE SUPPLY OF COMBUSTION AIR) LIST OF CoGDEM MEMBERS................................................................................... COMPETENT PERSONS REGISTRATION SCHEME-REGISTERED COMPANIES NACE LISTED CHIMNEY ENGINEERS..................................................................... NACE ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP LIST……………………………………………….. HETAS APPROVED CHIMNEY SWEEPS.................................................................. MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIMNEY SWEEPS…………. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIMNEY SWEEPS……………………………………………………………………………………... MEMBERS OF THE GUILD OF MASTER CHIMNEY SWEEPS………………… HETAS APPROVED APICS CHIMNEY SWEEPS…………………………………….... Section C Section D Section D Section E Section E Section A Section B1 Section B2 Section B3

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ADVERTISEMENTS EXPLANATION OF ACRONYMS USED IN THE GUIDE CHANGE TRACKING

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HETAS Ltd., Orchard Business Centre, Stoke Orchard, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 7RZ. Tel: 0845 634 5626, e-mail: info@hetas.co.uk, website: www.hetas.co.uk NOTE: Latest updated information on the contents of this Guide can be found on the HETAS web-site address given above.

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A Message from Gregory Barker Minister of State for The Department of Energy and Climate Change
The Coalition is committed to being the greenest Government ever and an integral part of that high level of ambition is to see Britain become a global leader in low carbon technologies. Transforming the UK energy sector will be key to achieving this. However, our future energy supplies must be clean, secure, safe and cost-effective. To meet our carbon targets and thrive in a low carbon economy, UK businesses need to innovate and improve on today‟s technologies. Businesses can also benefit from sustainable production. Improving processes and designing new ways of production can reduce costs and improve the competitiveness of UK businesses. Biomass is probably the single most important renewable fuel because of its versatility. It currently provides only a few per cent of our electricity needs and less than one percent of our heat demand but this could increase to around 10% and 6% respectively by 2020. Saving some 20 million tonnes of carbon dioxide a year. It would also improve our energy security and help deliver £100 billion worth of investment and up to 160,000 new jobs across the renewables supply chain. Government demonstrated its commitment to biomass when it announced, last October, that the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will go ahead in 2011. The RHI, which represent over £850m of investment, will provide long term support for a range of renewable heat technologies, moving renewable heat firmly into the mainstream. If the public are to support biomass the industry must ensure that products perform as advertised and there are sufficient good quality fuel supplies. Bio-energy must also deliver genuine carbon emission reductions without damaging the environment or food supplies. We have recognised this by introducing mandatory standards for biomass power generation. However, I am pleased to note that standards are already in place for heating systems, thanks to HETAS‟s involvement and leadership in the drafting of harmonised European Standards. Whilst renewable heating is a priority, traditional heating must also play its part, by making better use of the fossil fuels we use. We must continue to improve product and production efficiency whilst ensuring safety. I welcome HETAS‟s continued engagement to ensure products are well designed, properly installed and supplied with the correct fuels for efficient, clean and safe performance. HETAS‟s continued support for our initiatives is much appreciated and I am pleased to commend this 17 th edition of the HETAS Official Guide to Approved Wood and Solid Mineral Fuel Burning Products and Services. It contains an extensive range of information that will enable consumers to make more informed choices.

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Introduction by the HETAS Chairman Since the last HETAS Guide was published the pace of change in the wood and biomass burning industry has continued unabated. Andrew Horsler Chairman. HETAS assessors check for compliance with safety and quality standards and ensure that only properly tested and certificated products are listed in the annual guide and on the HETAS Web site. We promote the competency scheme introduced in the 2002 amendments to the Building Regulations and continue to offer HETAS training schemes for installers. The coming year will see the introduction of the Renewable Heat Incentive. The role of HETAS as the industry‟s approvals body is very important and we work very closely with HETAS as discussions surrounding the energy efficiency requirements of heating systems progresses. Alongside our existing product and installer approval registration schemes. and the RHI will provide further impetus to the growth of this sector. We also represent appliance manufacturers and at the same time provide them with a forum and relevant information to help them comply with the Building Regulations. HETAS exists to provide consumers with the assurance they need over the safety and efficiency of appliances. HETAS operates the only Competent Persons Scheme specialising in solid fuels. and the quality of their fuels. wood and biomass. The HETAS product approval scheme assists consumers. HETAS continues to provide expert advice to Government and standards-setting bodies and is represented on (and in some cases chairs) British and European standards committees. 4 . the competence of their installers. However. Environmental Health and Fire Services. All the major producers. installers. We work closely with chimney sweeps‟ and engineers‟ associations and support their essential work. This is a welcome step but no substitute for the regular maintenance and sweeping of chimneys that is the single most effective means of protecting householders from the dangers of CO and chimney fires. and with it the role of HETAS as a central player in these developments. HETAS has comprehensively reviewed its training operations for installers. This year it was approved by Government to extend its scope into the non-domestic sector. architects and specifiers in choosing appliances and ancillary equipment suitable for use with solid fuel. This gives users confidence that the fuels are suitable for use in their particular appliances and that the appliances can burn with maximum efficiency and effectiveness. ideally suited to oil and gas heating installers wishing to extend into biomass. HETAS has developed a CO and incident investigation service under which we can investigate incidents on behalf of enforcement bodies. Safety must always be our principal concern. The work of HETAS on solid fuel quality has expanded through the introduction of the Solid Biomass Assurance Scheme. under which Government is committing £860 million over four years. The Guide is complemented by advances in our website. with interactive listing and enhanced search facilities. we will continue to promote the more efficient use of these fuels and encourage innovation in product design to reduce harmful emissions. Our aim is to provide the information which will enable all our stakeholders to enjoy a better and safer experience in the use of solid fuels. December 2010 Foreword by the Solid Fuel Association The Solid Fuel Association is the major representative body for the domestic solid fuel industry. We have worked with stakeholders and experts to develop a new Biomass training course. manufacturers and distributors of coal and smokeless fuels support us financially in order that we can provide a service to consumers and professionals. This scheme aims to ensure that fuel producers and suppliers have quality systems in place and that they produce fuels that meet the developing European Standards. adding practical assessments to our core training courses. This Guide for 2011 reflects the developing work of HETAS as we respond to the changing energy world. with no shortages of supplies of indigenous and imported coals and smokeless fuels. The experts in HETAS can help us along this road. As wood and biomass fuels can contribute considerably to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. there is the option for domestic biomass manufacturers and installers to become certified under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS). The number of installers registered in our Competent Persons Scheme has risen over the past year by some 25%. Working with these committees means we can help influence the introduction of new standards and regulations and facilitate scientifically-based but practical solutions to problems. The investigator will provide a report on the incident and do so in a standard from which can be used for statistical purposes and to enable lessons to be learnt. We are working with bodies including the Police. HETAS Ltd. The report can be used in court if necessary. we are pleased that the role of woodburning and multi-fuel appliances in helping to achieve reductions is recognised in the New Building Regulations. and in parallel our product approval scheme now embraces larger appliances. The revised Building Regulations require the installation of carbon monoxide alarms for new and replacement solid fuel appliances in dwellings. HETAS is now approved to certify biomass equipment and biomass and solar thermal installers under MCS. Health and Safety Executive. Biomass is one of the preferred technologies. biomass and wood-burning. With the changes to standards and regulations.

safety and efficiency The SIA works closely with HETAS and commends this HETAS Guide to all readers. Ensure that complaints will be investigated promptly and resolved to mutual satisfaction. Advise customers which fuels are suitable for use on their appliances and comply with Clean Air Legislation. which can help consumers in the resolution of any disputes. flue manufacturers. 6. safety and service. They are proud of their products and together with HETAS actively promote the highest quality. the oldest chimney trade association in Europe. Only the BFCMA members specifically highlighted in this guide in concert with HETAS.     To lobby and influence government and promote to consumers on the benefits and environmental advantages of stoves as heating appliances To monitor the markets and sales trends in the UK and Ireland To brief the HETAS Technical Committee on relevant issues To emphasise that the members of the SIA commit to ensuring that their products meet the appropriate standards of quality. Foreword by the Approved Coal Merchants Scheme The Approved Coal Merchants Scheme administers the Coal Trade Code of Practice. 2. sole importers and chimney specialists who make up the Members and Associate Members of the BFCMA are the flag bearers of this industry. Give priority to orders as urgent on account of illness. Be insured against Public and Products Liability. old age or infirmity. The HETAS official Guide is of great importance in ensuring that members of the Scheme can advise their customers correctly on what fuels are suitable for what appliance. is proud to be associated with HETAS and the Solid Fuel Industry in maintaining the highest possible standards. 5. Supply only coal and smokeless fuel correctly described. 4. 5 . The seven points are: 1. Abide by the Coal Trade Code. 3. The Scheme is funded by the coal industry. but has an independent Chairman and area panels. Foreword by the Stove Industry Alliance Formed in 2008.Foreword by the British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers' Association The British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers Association (BFCMA). Provide a detailed price list. the Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) has quickly established itself as the representative body of manufacturers and suppliers in the stove industry and has agreed the following objectives for its work. prepared and delivered in a proper manner. willingly give time and resources in the formulation of British and European Standards for the benefit of the consumer who expects and is entitled to the professionalism that trade associations such as the BFCMA promote. The factory made chimney manufacturers. Approved Coal Merchants can be identified by the blue and red logo displayed on vehicles and delivery tickets etc. The Code requires members to adhere to a consumer charter. Retail merchant members of the Scheme agree to abide by this Code which defines a basic standard of service to consumers. It is an integral part of the Home Study Course available to all merchants and their staff. 7.

for Novice or Experienced sweeps The Guild offers a comprehensive training and assessment process. The Association is pleased to be associated with HETAS and actively supports the solid fuel trade and industry. HETAS and OFTEC. You will have an equal share and vote in an organisation dedicated to member‟s interests. NACS members provide an essential service by ensuring that appliances. which covers all fuels and flues. has been specifically designed to further promote chimney safety within the trade and is endorsed by CORGI. Registration on the scheme is available to all NACS members who have successfully undertaken a 2-day Awareness Course on solid fuel appliances and chimney maintenance.Foreword by the National Association of Chimney Sweeps The National Association of Chimney Sweeps is the national trade association representing Chimney Sweeps throughout the United Kingdom. for sweeping customers The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps is a not for profit organisation. The Guild is very interested in pro– active individuals who would look to lead and shape our industry. NACS has been appointed an accredited body jointly by the City & Guilds/Construction Awards Alliance to administer the National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) in Chimney Engineering Level 2 NACS is able to offer through its Chimney Training Centre (CTC) a variety of training courses for Chimney Sweeps. incorporating British and European Standards and Building Regulations. to ensure that customers are well served and protected by its member services. NACS continues its commitment to raise the standards and knowledge of professional Chimney Sweeps. Foreword by the Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps The Guild. we are the organisation of choice for professional thinking individuals who seek to make a difference in this exciting and expanding industry. fuel type and efficiency as well as a high quality sweeping service. NACS. in conjunction with HETAS Ltd has implemented a HETAS Ltd Approved Chimney Sweep registration scheme. essentially a mini apprenticeship. We are a co-operative organisation and technical and business advice is only a phone call away. Guild customers benefit from advice on chimney and appliance safety. appliances and chimney systems. You may use Guild logos etc.com. Membership includes a listing on Yell . clean and operable condition. The Smoke Testing Course and the NACS Certificate of Smoke Testing. The Guild. NACS members can then apply for registration with HETAS for competent persons status for dry back systems and the re-lining of flues for solid fuel chimneys under current Building Regulations. Members are required to be insured and equipped to deal with all standard job situations. and have a listing on the Guild website. Our training programmes set high standards for new sweeps and further educate and inform our more experienced members. The course and course papers are independently monitored and assessed by HETAS Ltd. Members are kept informed of Guild and industry issues through a regular newsletter and new ideas and information are quickly distributed. High professional standards are encouraged in all aspects of members‟ business and the benefits of HETAS registration are strongly promoted. NACS is dedicated to the trade and public by helping to ensure that Chimney Sweeps are competent professional tradesmen. All in all. A superb mentoring system is available to novice sweeps. 6 . The CTC incorporates a range of working fireplaces. In addition. The NACS has introduced a unique Smoke Testing Course. owned equally by its members. You may issue Guild certificates. Parts I and II. flue-ways and chimneys are maintained to a safe.

Foreword by the Association of Professional Independent Chimney Sweeps
APICS is a professional organisation, recognised by the industry, based in the South West; we nevertheless welcome sweeps throughout the country. The aim of APICS‟ is to support, help and advise you without interfering with your independence. We are strict about the suitability of the sweeps we will accept; there is an equipment list that all sweeps should adhere to, and an assessed standard. If you are a competent sweep you should be able to meet APICS‟ standards. We believe that all sweeps should strive to develop their skills and improve their understanding of their profession; this development will lead to a better service for the customer. To that end we always have a speaker at our General Meetings, held twice a year, which improves the general knowledge of our members.

Foreword by the National Association of Chimney Engineers
The National Association of Chimney Engineers (NACE) fully supports the work of HETAS in maintaining the highest possible standards and quality of work in the solid fuel industry. NACE is the only trade association dedicated to the needs of the chimney engineer and their work, which covers all forms of chimney lining. The NACE register of chimney engineers provides assurance to customers looking for comprehensive chimney surveys and testing, refurbishment and relining, commissioning and general maintenance. Through HETAS we are proud to be associated with the many organizations working in the industry and fully support the initiatives to promote wood and biomass as the industry makes a positive move to help in the reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases. NACE provides assessment, and training where necessary, leading to the diploma in chimney engineering, awarded as part of the new Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).

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Introductory Notes
1. GENERAL
1. This List has been prepared by HETAS at the invitation of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, (previously Department of the Environment), for the guidance of local authorities and others concerned with the choice of solid fuel appliances for new houses, or as replacements in existing houses. 2. The List contains details of all solid fuel products currently in production and approved by HETAS. HETAS comprises representatives of the Solid Fuel Association, Gastec at CRE Ltd., the British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers' Association, the National Association of Chimney Engineers, the National Association of Chimney Sweeps, the Renewable Energy Association and the National Fireplace Association. Approval is based on British Standard specifications or well-established test methods. 3. The information reporting Appliance performance is made available to enable SAP and Energy Performance rating of houses. 4. The List also refers to fuels which have been tested as suitable for use with the appliances listed. Factory-made insulated chimneys are also listed which have passed British Standard or equivalent tests, not necessarily carried out by HETAS, indicating their suitability for use with solid fuel burning appliances. Permanent Ventilators are listed that meet accepted norms and which are essential for the safe operation of solid fuel burning combustion appliances. 5. Although HETAS Limited has taken reasonable efforts to check the information provided to it by manufacturers and has taken reasonable care in carrying out tests and assessments; HETAS Limited does not accept any liability arising from any inaccuracy in this publication or from the inclusion of any plant, equipment or fuels in any category.

2. SELECTION OF APPLIANCES
1. Specialised advice should always be sought before the selection of an appliance, to ensure that it will adequately meet the service required. At this stage consideration will need to be given to the size and construction of rooms to be heated, hot water requirements, frequency of attention to the appliance, its cost and installation charge, and its air ventilation requirement to supply sufficient combustion air. 2. Special care should be taken in selecting a multi-duty appliance, ie one providing two or more heat services such as space and water heating or cooking and water heating, to ensure that each individual heat service is adequate for its purpose. 3. It is not easy to ensure distribution of heat throughout very large rooms, of say above 100m 3 capacity, and the shape of the room and positioning of the heating appliance must be carefully considered before deciding to use a single appliance, even if apparently large enough 4. Solid fuel is readily ignited by proprietary chemical fire lighters, or by ignition devices designed for use with the specific appliance. 5. The facility to operate an open fire appliance overnight is often required; those listed without qualifications are intended to offer this amenity. See also "Selection of Fuels" Clause 4 of these notes. The new European Standards specify the categorisation of appliances as continuous or intermittent. 6. Advice as to the choice of appliance, its correct installation, the approved fuels recommended for use on it and the ancillary equipment suitable for use with it can be obtained from the Solid Fuel Association, Registered Heating Contractors, the Stove Industry Alliance and the British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers Association.

3. SAFETY
Approved appliances are designed to be safe in use and have been assessed for safety and thermal performance, but it is essential to refer to the manufacturer's installation and operating instructions and also to any permanent warning label. It is recommended that a permanent warning label along the following lines is carried by approved roomheaters however, it is not mandatory for recently approved appliances under the new BS.ENs.

WARNING
Fumes from blocked chimneys can kill. Keep chimneys clear, sweep at least annually. Keep throat plates and flueways clear; clean at least monthly. Use only recommended approved fuels. Read instruction card. Where there is no throat plate the wording is along the following lines: Keep the flueways clear and clean at least monthly. Chimneys and fluepipes must be swept at least annually if smokeless fuel is burned, and more often if wood and/or bituminous coal is burned. Open fire boilers, free-standing boilers, and cookers, must have all internal flueways cleaned at least monthly. Remember that the people in the room and also the appliance itself, need air and any draught proofing or double glazing must allow adequate ventilation as required by the Building Regulations. Further advice is given in Part 4 Section B3 Where Approved products are listed that ensure adequate ventilation for combustion air. If, for no obvious reason, the appliance starts to burn slowly and you smell or suspect fumes, open doors and windows and put the fire out and evacuate the premises. Do not re-light the fire until the cause of the fume emission has been removed. Approved chimney sweeps, who have been through NACS, GMCS or APICS induction procedures to confirm their competency and who have attended the National Association of Chimney Sweeps course or the Hetas Solid Fuel Awareness course and passed the assessment, are listed in Part 4, Section E of this Guide. They will carry a special HETAS Approved identity card. The names and addresses of chimney sweeps can also be obtained from coal merchants and the Solid Fuel Association, as well as from the National Association of Chimney Sweeps at Unit 15, Emerald Way, Stone Business Park, Stone, Staffs, ST15 OSR, Tel: 01785 811732 The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps Ltd, 24 Church View, Aveley, Essex, RM15 4LH. Tel: 0800 043 737 Web: www.guildofmasterchimneysweeps.co.uk

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The Association of Professional and Independent Chimney Sweeps, Bryallen, Hengar Road, St Tudy, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL31 3PL. Tel: 0845 604 4327. Web: www.apics.org.uk Never leave an open fire unattended without a spark guard (to BS3248) and always use a fire guard (to BS8423) when children and elderly and/or infirm people are present.

4. SELECTION OF FUELS
1. The selection of the right type and size of fuel is essential if satisfactory service from the appliance is to be ensured. For this purpose reference is made, at the heading of each section of Part 1, to the appropriate section of Part 2, listing suitable approved fuels, with any special note made in the Manufacturers' Remarks column. HETAS carries out test work for fuel manufacturers and producers which, combined with a quality assurance scheme, enables the fuel to carry a HETAS approved fuel logo for which the consumer should look. 2. Most of the appliances listed will burn a wide range of fuels, although some are designed to burn a specific type. The appropriate fuel producers or fuel distributors should be consulted to ensure that fuel suitable for the appliance and duty required is available locally before finally deciding on an appliance. Appliances which are designed to burn only wood pellets or chips require specialized fuels. The appliance manufacturer will give advice about choosing the correct fuels to use with their appliance and the storage conditions for these fuels. Use of the incorrect fuel, e.g. size and quality, will affect appliance performance and where specialised fuels are required may cause mal-operation of the appliance. Hetas is in the process of setting up with the REA a scheme for wood, wood pellets and wood chip fuels for this new range of biomass fueled appliances. 3. Smokeless fuels not listed under Approved Fuels are, from time to time, authorised for use in Smoke Control Areas. Advice on the suitability of such a fuel should be obtained from a member of the Approved Coal Merchants Scheme in the area in which that fuel is sold. 4. Generally, when burning solid smokeless fuels, up to one third more heat is obtained than when burning the same weight of house coal. This is usually reflected in coal having to be burnt at a higher rate since the same heat service is normally required by the householder. 5. In Smoke Control Areas only authorised fuels may be used except where the appliance has been exempted under Section 11 (4) of the Clean Air Act, 1956, and is specially designed to burn selected bituminous coals. Wood of any type including logs, pellets and chips is not a fuel permitted to be used in a Smoke Control Area unless it is burned in an exempted appliance which is designed to significantly reduce the smoke emitted. These exempted appliances are designated thus † in this List for easy recognition. 6. Petroleum coke is not recommended by HETAS for use on solid fuel burning appliances because its use can result in serious damage to grates and other appliance components, in the fuel bed area. However, a number of products which contain petroleum coke or are blends of petroleum coke with other fuels have been tested and approved. For these fuels approval is conditional on the manufacturer applying and maintaining stringent product control. Some appliance manufacturers restrict the use of these fuels to appliances with high chrome or chrome steel bottom grates, which may be supplied as an optional extra. This appliance manufacturer's restriction is noted in the "Remarks Column" against the appliance name in Part 1 Appliances Burning Solid Mineral Fuels. In no circumstances should HETAS Approval of such fuels be taken as implying a general approval of briquettes or blends containing petroleum coke or as giving approval of the use of petroleum coke on its own. 7. Information on selecting wood for burning in HETAS Approved wood burning appliances is given in a note in Part 2, Fuels – page 85.

5. SPECIAL FEATURES OF APPLIANCES
1. A "Manufacturers Remarks" column indicates special features and/or installation requirements and/or special fuel requirements where applicable. Again, comment will be made on whether the appliance has been shown to burn overnight and is continuous burning or is classed as intermittent. 2. Most makers offer, or can offer, chrome iron bottomgrates to improve heat resistance. The entry "Has chrome iron bottomgrate" is only made when these are supplied as standard. An accessory such as a deepening bar or deepening plate is a requirement if shown against the appliance name but is not a requirement of approval if shown as "optional extra" in the "Manufacturer's Remarks" column. 3. An open fire appliance with a suitably designed restricted throat offers an advantage in that room comfort is improved by the prevention of excessive room ventilation.This is a requirement of approval for all freestanding convector fires, but where incorporated in other appliances this is noted in the "Manufacturer's Remarks" column.

6. APPLIANCE PERFORMANCE
1. It should be appreciated that the heat output and operating efficiency of an appliance will depend upon the conditions under which it is used, and that steady burning and avoidance of "racing" will provide the best service with high reliability. With this in mind the ratings set out in the list are based on reasonable burning rates in the home. A considerable amount of useful heat additional to that shown in the List is available from the chimney serving an appliance. This can vary from as much as 9% of the input for a roomheater with high output boiler to 3% for other appliances, depending on the type of house and whether the chimney is built on an inside or an outside wall. It should be noted that where a factory made insulated chimney is used the heat passing to the house is significantly reduced and the draught applied to the appliance increased. 2. The object of rating is to ensure, as far as possible, that under normal conditions of domestic use, and burning one or other of the fuels shown as approved, the appliance will give satisfactory heat service; the outputs shown are those which it is recommended should not normally be exceeded. This Guide does not cover dimensional and constructional features which affect frequency of attention although, in general, closed and closeable appliances are intended to give the rated output with less frequent attention than the open fire type. It must be appreciated, therefore, that a direct comparison between the different categories of appliance cannot be made without further advice if all aspects of performance are to be considered. The rated output of an appliance is based upon tests under prescribed conditions using a standard test fuel. This allows performance to be assessed under conditions which are repeatable and enables the output and performance of appliances in the same category to be compared. The Manufacturer‟s Remarks column gives the periods used in the Type Tests for the outputs to be achieved. It should be appreciated, however, that under household conditions the performance may vary to some degree when different fuels are burned (see SELECTION OF FUELS note 4) and under changing conditions of draught.

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The performance of an approved appliance may be impaired by its incorrect installation and/or the faulty construction of the house or chimney. Attention is drawn to the Building Regulations and any local bye-laws affecting installation. values. 10 . Slow heat release appliances 65% One-off tiled/mortared stoves 70% COOKERS Cooker without boiler or with boiler not exceeding 3. HETAS MEASURED EFFICIENCIES FOR INDIVIDUAL APPLIANCES The individual appliance gross efficiencies.3. until recently. are shown against each appliance where relevant. INSTALLATION OF APPLIANCES 1. INDEPENDENT BOILERS Hand Fired Batch Fed – 65% mineral fuel. can be available from the chimney and fireplace particularly if the chimney is centrally placed and enclosed in the building structure.5 kW – 65% mineral fuel. 55% wood logs Cooker with integral oven and boiler exceeding 3. They have been measured using the relevant BSS or BS EN standard burning the appropriate test fuel. Note. 60% wood logs. They are not seasonal efficiencies. The majority of appliances listed in the HETAS Guide have efficiencies well above these minimum. particularly with multi-duty appliances. These new European Standards now adopted as British Standards are as follows:. 7. The approved appliances in this Guide give the best service only when installed to makers' instructions and when burning an approved fuel. For an effective and economical hot water service. Notes. which is not included in these minimum values. The test fuel for Gravity Feed boilers is a grain or bean sized low ash content anthracite as specified in the appropriate BS EN. provided dimensional and constructional requirements are complied with. Pellet Fired Stove with boiler – 75% (at nominal load). Pellet Fired Stoves without boiler – 70% (at nominal load). in the tables of Part 1 “Appliances Burning Solid Mineral Fuels and Wood”. The standard test fuels used are representative of those DEFRA Authorised Fuels which can be used in Smoke Control Areas (SCAs). Open Fires BS EN 13229. Cookers BS EN 12815. The test fuel for cookers is an anthracite based briquette as specified in the appropriate BS EN. the system should be compact and adequately insulated. The standard test fuel used for open fires is a reactive smokeless fuel and/or wood logs as specified in the appropriate BS EN. Additionally. The use of indirect systems in which the primary and secondary waters do not mix is recommended for domestic hot 2. 5 . heat is given out from the appliance by convection and conduction which provides added heat to that measured in the earlier BS tests on which these minimum figures are based.5 kW) – 75% Note. The test fuel for hand fired independent boilers is an anthracite based briquette and/or wood logs. or when wood pellets fired to BS EN 14785. For details of the Registration Scheme and Registered Engineers and Companies see Part 4.50% Open Fire with high output boiler – Trapezium or rectangular grate – 63% Notes. measured at rated output . 75% wood logs Note. in conjunction with the Solid Fuel Association has introduced a Registration Scheme for Engineers and Companies working in the Domestic Solid Fuel Market. Automatic Feed fired by wood pellets/chips – 75% (at nominal load). Section C of this Guide. Wood Logs and Wood Pellets are not permitted to be used in SCAs unless they are burned in specially designed. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES Roomheater without boiler – 65% Roomheater with boiler – 67% Note. Gravity Feed (up to 20. 43% wood Open Fire with domestic hot water boiler . There is also evidence to show that with solid fuel appliances efficiency does not fall off greatly as the output of the appliance reduces. or when wood pellets fired to BS EN 14785 or BS EN 303-5. been carried out to British Standards (BSS) using an appropriate standard test fuel.Details of appliance construction and performance are given in the appliance manufacturers' leaflet. together with size and length of piping. HETAS Ltd. 70% (at part load) Note. The capacity of the cylinder. The minimum efficiency pass values that are listed below are under review with the intent of raising them further. smoke reducing. which is representative of the fuels recommended by the appliance manufacturer. but will not in general be affected by the choice of surround and the finish of the appliance.5 kW) – 70% Gravity Feed (above 20. Roomheaters BS EN 13240. 65% (at part load). DEFRA Exempted Appliances. 3. 4. should comply with that specified by the manufacturers. The standard test fuel for Pellet Fired Stoves is a low ash content high quality wood pellet as specified in the appropriate BS EN. Bituminous Housecoal. It is against these earlier BSS that most of the appliances listed in this Guide have been tested. HETAS APPROVED APPLIANCES MINIMUM EFFICIENCY STANDARDS The minimum appliance efficiencies quoted below are measured at normal rated output and are on a Gross CV basis. The standard test fuel for Roomheaters is an anthracite based briquette and/or wood logs. After 1 January 2003 Type Testing is now carried out to the relevant BS ENs. pass mark. Additional useful heat.5 kW – 65% mineral fuel. The standard test fuel for Pellet Fired Boilers is a low ash content high quality wood pellet/chips as specified in the appropriate BS EN. 70% (at part load).Independent boilers BS EN 12809. Testing has. OPEN FIRES Simple Open Fire – 37% (Radiation only) Open Fire Freestanding Convector – 47% Open Fire Inset Convector – 45% mineral fuel.

HETAS Ltd's member bodies are the following organisations: British Flue and Chimney Manufacturer's Association Gastec at CRE Ltd. DESIGN FOR WATER BASED HEATING SYSTEMS. Any solid fuel appliance that was approved at the time of manufacture. at the time of going to print. The contents of the 'Guide' relate to the latest information available to HETAS Ltd. Part 1: CHIMNEYS FOR NONROOMSEALED HEATING APPLIANCES. BS EN 12828: HEATING SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS. it is common to allow an output of 1 kW for an "average" radiator. Food and Rural Affairs for the official testing and approval of domestic solid fuels. Note 3). and all roomheaters provide for heating by convected air in addition to radiation from the fuel bed. and always where radiators are served. 50 (chimneys) (H. to ensure that the product remains the same as the original unit tested. followed by periodic surveillance of the product as appropriate. which makes policy and supervises the running of the company and the operation of the Scheme. ADVISORY LEAFLETS Nos. Whether you want to build. A number of open fires. Where it is not possible to sweep the chimney through the appliance alternative facilities must be provided for this purpose. cannot accept any responsibility for any loss or damage which may arise or result from errors or omissions. (previously Department of the Environment). HETAS is the acronym for the Heating Equipment Testing and Approval Scheme which is the independent UK body recognised by the Department for Environment. not approved as they will have been produced at a time when the product surveillance by HETAS Ltd had ceased. Reference should be made to the appropriate British Standard Codes of Practice and Department of Environment Publications to ensure the correct construction of a chimney. Sales Department. without share capital. BS EN 14336: 2004: HEATING SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS. but HETAS Ltd. The following publications on installation may be consulted: DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT. Food and Rural Affairs National Association of Chimney Engineers National Association of Chimney Sweeps National Fireplace Association 11 . HETAS Ltd approval applies to the original manufacturer of a product and his nominated agents only. Each installation requires individual consideration and the manufacturer's recommendations should be closely followed particularly with regard to the air inlet ducting. The height of fireplace opening should be that recommended by the manufacturer. both inset and freestanding. this surveillance continues. therefore. FROST PRECAUTIONS FOR WATER SERVICES CP99. and the room itself should be of reasonable airtight construction (See SAFETY. renovate or reline a chimney there is a wide choice of factory made chimney and flue lining systems available from members of the BFCMA.M. and is a necessity with certain designs of boiler. The following British Standard Codes of Practice describe installation methods conforming to good modern practice: BS8303: INSTALLATION OF DOMESTIC HEATING AND COOKING APPLIANCES BURNING SOLID MINERAL FUELS. The use of modern materials and manufacturing methods has meant that factory made systems can offer high performance and ease of installation. 31 (closed appliances). Cast In-situ concrete lining systems may be used to line or reline existing chimneys which will usually be of masonry construction. COMPILATION OF THE GUIDE HETAS Ltd. maintains its approved status even if at a later date the model is removed from the Guide. be possible to ensure that the new units were the same as the unit originally tested. Every care has been taken to render the 'Guide' as accurate as possible. INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING OF WATER BASED HEATING SYSTEMS. 6. As a general guide. is a company. The order in which products or services are listed is in no way indicative of their relative merits. FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS. compiles the 'Guide'. London W4 4AL. 30 (open fires). HETAS has Approved the Cast In-situ materials used and system operated by NACE under its HETAS Approved and supervised Code of Practice and lists the CICO system which has been approved by an Independent Test Laboratory. New units of the model. There can be no general ruling for the installation of fires with underfloor primary air supply but for successful working there must be a flow of air into the undergrate space when the fire is alight. The necessity for such provision should always be considered before any decision is taken to duct the convected warm air to another room. BS EN 15287-1:2007: CHIMNEYS – DESIGN INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING OF CHIMNEYS. APPROVAL STATUS OF INSTALLED APPLIANCES HETAS Ltd approval of appliances consists of assessment of a type test report from a Notified Laboratory to the relevant BSEN supported by the manufacturer‟s production control. the equivalent to a Board of Directors. 389 Chiswick High Road. and which was subsequently installed. 7. 8. Details of these are given in Part 3 of this Guide. Where the appliance is not fully freestanding or provided with its own convection jacket and grills. 5. HETAS Ltd also checks manufacturers Installation and Operating Instructions to confirm that they meet UK Building Regulations and conform to UK practice. While the appliance remains in the Guide. It would not. however. limited by guarantees and governed by a Council. A chimney plays an essential role in the safe and efficient use of solid fuel heating appliances. it is essential to return the convected air into the room in which the appliance is installed in order to ensure adequate warmth. In most cases. These Codes of Practice are obtainable from the British Standards Institution. produced after removal from the Guide are. Stationery Office). the installer must make provision for convection air space and for the inlet and outlet of convected air according to the manufacturer's instructions. 9. solid fuel burning appliances and associated equipment and services. Under Building Regulations this is permitted “where the material and installation procedures are independently certified as suitable for use with solid fuel burning appliances”. 4.water supply irrespective of the type of water. Department for Environment. HETAS Ltd. A chimney also provides natural ventilation that helps to keep a healthy atmosphere in the home and protect the fabric of the house by reducing the risk of condensation.

The online guide also contains the list of registered chimney sweeps and the list of NACE registered chimney engineers. All HETAS registered installers are also available on-line using the post-code search facility. 10. The on-line guide is updated each time a new product is approved and a search facility is available to help you find the appliance that best suits your needs.uk) This HETAS Official guide to approved wood and solid mineral fuel burning products and services is available on-line at the HETAS website. HETAS Ltd. WEBSITE (www.Renewable Energy Association Solid Fuel Association British or European Standards are used in the assessment of products for Approval.co. 12 . together with supplementary established test methods where required.hetas. HETAS registered installers are members of the competent persons scheme who are able to self certify their installation work as compliant with Building Regulations.

PART 1
APPLIANCES BURNING SOLID MINERAL FUELS AND WOOD
A. INTRODUCTION
The wide range of appliances listed in this section are designed to burn either solid mineral and/or wood based fuels. Principally, the solid mineral based fuels consist of manufactured smokeless fuels which have been “authorised” for use in smoke control areas and which have been subjected to Approval testing themselves. The tests applied show these fuels to be suitable for either open or closed appliances or in some cases for both types of appliance. In selecting a suitable fuel for your appliance reference should be made to the headings of the appliance sections and the notes which accompany the individual appliance listings and Part 2 of this `Guide'. Additionally, naturally occurring smokeless fuels such as anthracite may also be burned in smoke control areas. These fuels are listed against those appliances for which they are suitable. Where the various grades of House Coal, wood logs and other wood products are listed against appliances, in general, they must not be burned in smoke control areas. However, a number of appliances are especially designed to burn specific grades of bituminous coal, wood logs and other wood products with a high degree of smoke reduction sufficient to permit their use in smoke control areas. These “exempted” appliances are designated with a † after their name in this Guide. An up to date list of authorised fuels and exempted appliances, for use in smoke control areas, is available from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Air Quality Policy Division, Zone 4/D13, Ashdown House, 123 Victoria Street, London SW1 E 6DE and are given on their website, “www.uksmokecontrolareas.co.uk”.. DEFRA Exempted Appliances must be operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation; see www.uksmokecontrolareas.co.uk Wood logs and wood based products are of major importance following the implementing of the Energy Performance of Building Directive (see below). They should be from renewable sources to claim low CO 2 emission values. Where the appliance is a DEFRA “exempted” appliance designed to burn wood logs then specific conditions as to the quality of the wood fuel are imposed by the Statutory Instrument. Usually this requires the use of untreated dry wood i.e. without halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment with woodpreservatives or coatings. Sometimes the SI refers to air-dried wood logs or untreated dry wood. Where appliances are designed to burn wood chips or wood pellets the fuel size, quality and type specified by the manufacturer should always be adhered to. Petroleum coke is not recommended by HETAS for use on solid fuel burning appliances because its use can result in serious damage to grates and other appliance components in the firebed area. However, a number of products which contain petroleum coke or are blends of petroleum coke with other fuels have been tested and approved (see Introductory Note 4.6). . With the adoption by the UK of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and its introduction via Building Regulations L, we list the nominal output and efficiency at nominal output of all the appliances listed. These have been obtained from Type Test Reports from Notified Laboratories in Europe against harmonized European Standards. UK Building Regulations require that if a solid fuel burning appliance is to be installed it must have an efficiency which meets minimum levels. These levels are the same as those required for HETAS Approval and are given in Section 6 of the Introductory Notes at the front of this Guide. Further, if burning the same fuel, any replacement appliance must have an efficiency no more than 2 efficiency points less than the appliance it replaces. If the replacement appliance burns a different fuel, then a calculation based on relative carbon emissions is applied. A list of the efficiencies of earlier HETAS Approved Appliances based on BS testing is given on the HETAS web site, “www.hetas.co.uk”. For new installations an SAP assessment must be carried out. These efficiency and output figures may then be used for SAP calculations remembering that they are for nominal output conditions. Currently, when the appliance is for supplementary heating the nominal output efficiency is used. Where the appliance supplies full heating for the house and no slow combustion Test figure is available a default figure is applied for slow combustion being 95% of that at nominal output. This usually results in a “seasonal” efficiency of 97.5% of the measured efficiency at nominal output. The appliances listed provide a wide choice of styles and outputs ranging from open fires with and without water heating boilers, through roomheaters and stoves with and without boilers and cookers which may also include small or large output boilers to independent central heating boilers. Care should be taken in the selection of the appliance best suited to the specific needs of your house and your life style. A number of organisations are ready and able to give help should you require it and their names and addresses are given elsewhere in this publication.

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B. OPEN FIRES
OVERNIGHT BURNING Except where otherwise stated in the "Manufacturer's Remarks" column the approval requirements for classification as overnight burning are deemed to have been met. Appliances which require a deepening plate for overnight burning will be intermittent if the deepening plate is not used. The statement `Intermittent' indicates that although the appliance can be operated at low combustion rates it is not intended to burn overnight. Where these words appear in the "Appliances" column, a deepening bar is necessary to achieve the required heat output. Where a deepening plate or a deepening bar is shown as an optional extra in the "Manufacturer's Remarks" column, its use, although improving the performance of the appliance, is not essential

DEEPENING BAR OPTIONAL EXTRAS

B1. INSET - INCLUDING THOSE WITH UNDERFLOOR AIR SUPPLY ATTACHMENT
Fires in this section are recommended for rooms of normal construction up to 50m 3 maximum for 400mm fires and 57m 3 maximum for 450mm fires and larger fires. Minimum rated outputs are 2.5kW for 400mm fires and 2.9kW for 450mm fires and larger fires. Some makes of inset fires are marketed in two forms with the same name: one form for fixing to the hearth; the other, a "portable" model said to require no fixing. In such cases only the fixed model is approved. Approval relates only to the appliance as a simple inset fire and selection for installation to an existing boiler should only be made with technical guidance. When an inset fire is approved for use with a specific back boiler it is shown as part of the complete unit in Section C and/or D. APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed, as approved open fire fuels, in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels) and Tables D and E (Bituminous Coal) (see Introductory Note 4.5) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this `Guide'. For fires with underfloor air attachment, also 'Sunbrite' Doubles. For fires with fans, also `Sunbrite' doubles, 'Phurnacite' and Anthracite Large Nuts listed in Table C (Natural Smokeless Fuels) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this „Guide‟ .

Appliances

Manufacturers

Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above)

Carlton, 400mm with deepening plate

Esse Engineering Ltd Distributed by Castec " " " " Deepening bar not required

Firemaster, Drop Front Firestar, 400mm

Parkray Paragon, 400mm, with deepening bar and deepening plate

Parkray Ltd.

Chrome iron 16mm air space bottomgrate available. Not suitable for petroleum coke but approved petroleum coke blends may be used if a chrome iron bottomgrate is fitted. See Introductory Note 4.6.

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B2. FREESTANDING - CONVECTOR
Fires in this section have an adjustable throat (see Introductory Note 5.3) and allowance has been made for this in the room heating figures . APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed, as approved open fire fuels, in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels) and Tables D and E (Bituminous Coal) (see Introductory Note 4.5) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this `Guide'

Appliances

Manufacturers

Minimum Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency At Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4) Minimum Rated Output kW % Gross Eff.

Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 14)

Rembrandt, 450mm

AGA

3.6

52.6

Requires suitable recess according to maker‟s instructions. Intermittent.

B3. INSET – CONVECTOR - Formerly Section B4
Fires in this section are designed to be built into a builder‟s opening or into a recess. APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed, as approved open fire fuels, in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels) and dry matured wood logs (see Introductory Note 4.5) of this “Guide”

Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Direct Room Heating kW % Gross Eff. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 14)

Universal 500

Jetmaster Fires Ltd

When burning wood using wood tray only 15.0

43.0

Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs using supplied wood tray only. Refuel period is 0.75 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.

Standard 18”

Jetmaster Fires Ltd

When burning wood using wood tray only 8.5

43.0

Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs using supplied wood tray only. Refuel period is 1.0 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.

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Refuel periods are 0.25 h for wood and 2.5 46. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs using supplied wood tray only. Standard 16M Jetmaster Fires Ltd When burning wood using basket 18.0 When burning Smokeless fuels using basket 5. Refuel period is 1.0 h to give the rated output shown.0 Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.4 Manual primary air control.Formerly Section B4 (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Direct Room Heating kW % Gross Eff. INSET – CONVECTOR .0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.5 h using wood tray to give the rated outputs shown.0 43. Universal 600 Jetmaster Fires Ltd When burning using wood tray 20.8 49. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 14) Standard 16W Jetmaster Fires Ltd When burning wood using wood tray only 5. Supplied with basket for burning Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for open fires in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. 16 .1 50.8 Manual primary air control. Refuel period is 0. Supplied with either a basket or wood tray for burning wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.B3.

2 kW . etc. implies the sale of the complete units.13kg/h for 400mm and 1. Radiator sizes should be based on the heat transmission coefficient of the type of radiator selected. and the appliance manufacturer's leaflets should be consulted for details of appliance construction. These appliances give their heat output in two forms: (a) Radiation from the open fire for direct room heating. Appliances which require a deepening plate for overnight burning will be intermittent if the deepening plate is not used.).0. Other factors should be taken into account when selecting any appliance. (b) Hot water from the boiler which is available for domestic use and/or radiators. etc. The statement 'Intermittent' indicates that although the appliance can be operated at low combustion rates it is not intended to burn overnight. These outputs are given under alternative conditions of working.1.05 kW/m3 Domestic hot water Radiator and pipe-work transmission SPECIAL NOTES . therefore. together with the assembly instructions. with the boiler damper either closed or open if satisfactory service under conditions of -1'C outside temperature is to be obtained. For boilers which have narrow waterways the remark "Suitable for indirect hot water systems only" is added (see introductory Note 7. All the open fires in this section are supplied either as complete units or as complete sets of components (grate. i. approval in this Guide. Where a deepening plate or a deepening bar is shown as an optional extra in the "Manufacturer's Remarks" column. The appliance selected should be one capable of meeting the particular space heating and hot water requirements together under one of the conditions set down.5 kW/m2 DEEPENING BAR OPTIONAL EXTRAS APPLICATION Fires and boilers should not be ordered separately or they may not correspond and results may be unsatisfactory.3). The purpose of quoting performance under two different operating conditions (boiler damper closed or boiler damper open) is to illustrate the range of outputs offered. fuel and ashpan capacity. Flexibility can be obtained by control of the burning rate and by selective control of the installed radiators. although improving the performance of the appliance. fire bricks. continued on next page 17 . its use.D.0. OPEN FIRES WITH HIGH OUTPUT BACK BOILERS OVERNIGHT BURNING Except where otherwise stated in the "Manufacturer's Remarks" column the approval requirements for classification as overnight burning are deemed to have been met. is not essential. boiler.36 kg/h for 450mm fires. a deepening bar is necessary to achieve the required heat output. The following commonly used figures are the lowest which should be taken in making a preliminary selection of an appliance: Room heating rating for the open fire .e. Where these words appear in the "Appliances" column. Specialist advice should always be sought to ensure a satisfactory balance between direct heating by radiation (possibly supplemented by a radiator) of the living-room and indirect heating by the boiler of domestic hot water and radiators. The rated outputs set against each appliance relate to the maintainable performance under test conditions with a standard test fuel and calculated to a burning rate of 1.

0 73.5) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this `Guide'. also `Sunbrite' doubles. OPEN FIRES WITH HIGH OUTPUT BACK BOILERS (continued) 1.1. For fires with fans.2 18 .2.1. as approved open fire fuels. APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed. Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency At Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. 3. INSET APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed.4 Dunsley Enterprise boiler with Standard or Castle 400mm fire. with deepening bar and deepening plate Dunsley Heat Ltd “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ C.5 61.2.3 and 6.D.0 5.3 4.5 6. in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels) and Tables D and E (Bituminous Coal) (see Introductory Note 4.2 O. Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Dunsley Flued Boiler.8 Suitable for indirect hot water systems only.5 O.8 6.2.4) Damper: C=closed. 6.1. with deepening bar and deepening plate Dunsley Enterprise boiler with Standard or Castle 450mm fire.6 O.8 61. 400mm.36 kg/h (b) The test standards are those applied to 450mm fires in Section D1. as approved open fire fuels. 0=open Direct Room Heating Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 17) Water % Gross Eff.2.1 O.4) Damper: C=closed.7 68. INSET – WITH RECTANGULAR FIREBOXES The notes at the beginning of Section D Open Fires with High Output Boilers also apply to units with rectangular fireboxes.5 C. in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels) and Tables D and E (Bituminous Coal) (see Introductory Note 4. with deepening bar and deepening plate Dunsley Firefly.8 4.1 75. with deepening bar and deepening plate Dunsley Heat Ltd C.5) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this `Guide'.3 and 6.2 “ “ “ “ C.2. with the following exceptions: (a) The rated outputs of such 400mm fires are based on a burning rate of 1.2. 6.7 68. with the following Fires: Dunsley Firefly.7 63.3 7. Suitable for indirect hot water systems only.9 5. 0=open Direct Room Heating Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 17) Water % Gross Eff. `Phurnacite' and Anthracite Large Nuts listed in Table C (Natural Smokeless Fuels) of Part 2 (Fuels and Firelighters) of this `Guide'.2.7 7. 450mm. 65.

D. OPEN FIRES WITH HIGH OUTPUT BACK BOILERS (continued) 4. INSET – WITH RECTANGULAR FIREBOXES – TESTED AND RATED ON BOTH BITUMINOUS COAL AND SMOKELESS FUEL
The appliances have been tested using standard smokeless test fuels and have met the thermal and constructional requirements for appliances in Section D.1. These appliances are suitable for use in Smoke Control Areas when burning smokeless fuel but have not been exempted for use in these areas when burning bituminous coal. (a) (b) (c) The rated outputs on bituminous coal are based on the performance with representative samples under test conditions which provide for 1½ hourly refuelling intervals and 1.81 kg/h burning rate for 400mm appliances with rectangular bottom grates. The rated outputs on standard smokeless test fuels are based on the performance under test conditions and calculated to a burning rate of 1.36 kg/h for 400mm appliances with rectangular bottom grates. The test standards for coal burning differ from those applied to other coal burning appliances in other sections of the list.

APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed, as approved open fire fuels, in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels) and Tables D and E (Bituminous Coal) (see Introductory Note 4.5) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this `Guide'.

Appliances

Manufacturers

Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4) Damper: C=closed; 0=open Direct Room Heating

Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 17)

Water

% Gross Eff.

Dunsley Enterprise Mk2 SuperClean boiler with Standard or Castle 400mm fire, with deepening plate

Dunsley Heat Ltd.

When burning House Coal at 1.81 kg/h C.1.8 5.3 O.1.7 9.6 When burning Smokeless Fuels at 1.36 kg/h C.2.1 4.6 O.2.0 6.8

43.5 68.9

56.5 73.8

Dunsley Enterprise Mk2 SuperClean boiler with Standard or Castle 450mm fire, with deepening plate

When burning House Coal at 2.12kg/h C.2.2 5.9 O.2.2 10.1 When burning Smokeless Fuels at 1.59kg/h C.2.4 6.0 O.2.6 7.2

42.6 64.4

60.1 70.4

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E. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES
A wider range of appliance types is now available following the introduction of wood pellet fired appliances to the UK market place. As well as the „Manufacturers Remarks„ column showing whether the appliance is Freestanding or Inset the column will also sho w whether the appliance is batch fed, hopper fed or mechanically fed and will identify the type of fuel it is designed to burn. APPLICATION The rated output shown against each roomheater is based on the performance with a standard test fuel and doors closed under t est conditions. Appliances are tested to BS EN 13240 if they are conventional Roomheaters/Stoves burning wood logs and/or smokeless fuels and to BS EN 14785 if designed to burn mechanically fed wood pellets. In making a preliminary selection of an appliance, an allowance of not less than the following should be taken: Poorly insulated properties, typically 1950's or earlier that have not had significant improvements to the thermal elements such as double glazing, loft and wall insulation. For rooms of about 28m 3 - 0.07 kW/m For rooms of about 57m3 - 0.06 kW/ m 3 3 3

For rooms of about 85m 3 - 0.05 kW/ m

Moderately well insulated houses, typically 1990's construction or older properties that have been insulated to a reasonable standard, together with double glazing and draught sealing. 3 For rooms of about 28m 3 - 0.032 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 57m3 - 0.022 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 85m 3 - 0.02 kW/ m Modern new build construction or houses that have been significantly improved to comply with current energy efficiency requirements. 3 For rooms of about 28m 3 - 0.014 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 57m3 - 0.013 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 85m 3 - 0.011 kW/ m The precise value varies appreciably not only with size, but according to the insulation and exposure of the room and the temperature requirements. In consequence final selection should not be made without specialist advice. See introductory Note 2.3. If the appliance is installed in a smaller room than the largest it could serve, it will, of course, burn less fuel and require less frequent refuelling. The output shown against each appliance assumes its use with doors closed.

APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed, as approved closed appliance fuels, in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels) and Table C (Natural Smokeless Fuels) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this `Guide'. Where wood logs are specified, they are to the standards given in BS EN 13240. Refer to the Manufacturer's Remarks column for variations including woodburning and appliances that are designed to burn only specialized wood pellets as given in BS EN 14785. See also the Introductory Notes section 4, paragraph 2 “Selection of Fuels” on page 10. It should be noted that bituminous coal and wood in any of its forms including pellets is not by law permitted to be burned on appliances in Smoke Control Areas, except where the appliance has been exempted under Section II (4) of the Clean Air Act, 1956. These exempted appliances are designated thus † in this list, together with a note in the Manufacture‟s Remarks column for easy recognition.

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E. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued)
Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4) Direct Room Heating Aga Little Wenlock AGA When burning wood 5.7 When burning smokeless fuels 4.2 % Gross Eff. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods for wood are 1.5h and for smokeless fuels 4h to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above)

73.9

77.0

Aga Much Wenlock

AGA

When burning wood 5.5 When burning smokeless fuels 4.1

Comments as above 72.0

69.5

Aga Berrington

AGA

When burning wood 8.2 When burning smokeless fuels 8.5

Comments as above 67.9

75.0

Aga Little Wenlock Classic

AGA

When burning wood logs 4.7 When burning smokeless fuels 4.7

74.3

68.4

Freestanding wood burning stove. Manual combustion air controls. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods are 1.0 h for wood and 4 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.

Aga Little Wenlock SE †

AGA

When burning wood logs 5.0

65.5

Freestanding wood burning stove. Manual combustion air controls. Burns wood logs only. Refuel periods are 1.0 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent”.

Aga Much Wenlock Classic

AGA

When burning wood 5.5 When burning smokeless fuels 4.1

72.0

69.5

Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods for wood are 1.5h and for smokeless fuels 4h to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.

† denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation; see www.uksmokecontrolareas.co.uk

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Manual primary air control.4) Direct Room % Heating Gross Eff. Refuel periods are 1. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) Island I Island II Island III Charnwood Cove Range: When burning wood only 4. Refuel periods are 1.3 73.uk 22 .0 4.8 h) to give the rated outputs shown.E. Refuel periods are 1. Burns wood logs only.0 12. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.0 6. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.25h to give the rated output shown. Charnwood Island Range: A J Wells & Sons When burning wood only 6.0 8. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.5h to give the rated outputs shown. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.1 71.1 72.3 and 6. see www. Manual primary air control. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 12.0 73.0 74.0 8. When burning wood only Charnwood Tor † A J Wells & Sons 8.5h (Cove 1 SR = 0.uksmokecontrolareas.1 Freestanding wood burning stoves. 6.3 Freestanding wood burning stove.5h to give the rated outputs shown.5 Freestanding wood burning stoves.5 70.2.4 Country 4 Mk II Country 6 Mk II Country 8 Mk II Country 12 Mk I Freestanding wood burning stoves. Burns wood logs only.6 Cove 1 Cove 1 SR † Cove 2 Cove 2sr † Cove 3 A J Wells & Sons 12. Charnwood Country Range: A J Wells & Sons When burning wood only 4.0 75.0 72. Burns wood logs only.co.4 69.0 69. Refuel periods are 1. Burns wood logs only.0 8.0 67. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.1 68.

E. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Hamlet Solution 5 SC † Arada Ltd.6 Freestanding roomheaters. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Freestanding stoves without boiler. Burns wood logs only.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown.0 6.0 68.3 and 6. Refuel period is 1. When burning wood only 4. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.2.5 h for wood to give the rated output shown.uksmokecontrolareas. Refuel period is 1.5 % Gross Eff. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Hamlet Solution Range: Solution 5 Solution 7 Solution 9 Solution 11 Arada Ltd When burning wood only 5.1 8. Manual primary air control. see www. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Freestanding roomheater. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 74.3 Valor Willow Stove Arada Ltd When burning wood only 4. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only.5 73. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Manual primary air control.8 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. Manual primary air control.1 68.8 65.4) Direct Room Heating Valor Arden Stove Arada Ltd When burning wood only 5.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control.6 Freestanding roomheaters.8 11. Refuel period is 1.5 h for wood to give the rated output shown.1 65. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 1.1 65.1 Freestanding stoves without boiler. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 1. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Hamlet Hardy 4 Arada Ltd When burning wood only 4. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. Hamlet Becton Range: Becton 5 Becton 7 Arada Ltd When burning wood only 5.8 Freestanding stove without boiler. 6.0 6. Manual primary air control.5 73.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown.5 73.4 68. Refuel period is 1.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only.uk Continued on next page 23 .co.

6. Burns wood logs only.co. Refuel period is 1. Refuel period is 1.1 66.8 Freestanding stove without boiler.0 68.8 11.0 Aarrow Ecoburn Range: Arada Ltd When burning wood only 5. Refuel period is 1. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) Hamlet Solution Inset 7 Arada Ltd When burning wood only 7. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.5 73. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only.3 and 6.1 Ecoburn 5 Ecoburn 7 Ecoburn 9 Ecoburn 11 Aarrow Ecoburn 5 SC † Arada Ltd When burning wood only 4.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown.8 65. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.1 66. see www. Refuel period is 1. Burns wood logs only. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Inset stove without boiler.0 Aarrow Signature 5 Freestanding Arada Ltd When burning wood only 4.1 8. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown.5 h for wood to give the rated output shown.4 68.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown.0 6. Manual primary air control. Freestanding stove without boiler. Inset stove without boiler.7 Aarrow Signature 7 Freestanding Arada Ltd When burning wood only 7.2. Refuel period is 1.0 67. Refuel period is 1. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only.4 Inset stove without boiler.E. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Aarrow Ecoburn Inset 7 Arada Ltd When burning wood only 7.0 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.uksmokecontrolareas. Freestanding stoves without boiler. Refuel period is 1.uk Continued on next page 24 . When burning wood only Hamlet Solution Inset 5 Arada Ltd 4.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown.4) Direct Room % Heating Gross Eff.8 73.1 65.8 72. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Freestanding stove without boiler. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control.

Refuel period is 1. 6.5 Freestanding stove without boiler. Refuel period is 1. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 73. Manual primary air control. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.E. When burning wood only Aarrow Signature Inset 5 Arada Ltd 4. Manual primary air control.uk Continued on next page 25 .co.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown.4 Inset stove without boiler.3 and 6. Burns wood logs only.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control. Refuel period is 1.2. Burns wood logs only.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown.4 Inset stove without boiler. Aarrow Signature 5 SC † Arada Ltd When burning wood only 4.8 73.0 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only.8 When burning wood only Aarrow Ecoburn Inset 5 Arada Ltd 4. Refuel period is 1. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.uksmokecontrolareas.4) Direct Room % Heating Gross Eff. Burns wood logs only. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.8 73. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Aarrow Signature Inset 7 Arada Ltd When burning wood only 7. Inset stove without boiler. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.1 66. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. see www.

2.7 69.4 Villager B Wood range (including Flatmate) 71. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.4 Villager Bayswater Arada Ltd When burning wood 6.4 Freestanding wood burning stove. Freestanding wood burning stoves.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 1.0 h for wood and 2.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 h to give the rated output shown.0 When burning wood only 8. Refuel periods are 1. Refuel period is 1. Refuel periods are 0. This appliances is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Freestanding multi-fuel stove.5 Villager A Wood range Arada Ltd When burning wood only 15. Manual primary air control.7 66.0 65.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Burns wood logs only. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) Villager Chelsea Solo/Duo Arada Ltd When burning wood 5.8 Villager Bromley/ Berkeley Arada Ltd When burning wood only 8.06h for wood and 2. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.3 When burning smokeless fuels 8.0 73.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5.5 66.0 When burning smokeless fuels 7. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Villager Esprit 8 Arada Ltd When burning wood only 8.0 69. Manual primary air control. Refuel periods are 1.3 and 6. Freestanding multi-fuel stoves.0 When burning wood only 5. Manual primary air control. 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.E.85 h for wood and 3.2 71.0 65.2 Villager C Wood 72. Manual primary air control. Comments as Bromley/Berkeley above 65.8 26 . Freestanding multi-fuel stove.4) Direct Room Heating % Gross Eff. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control.8 Villager Elite Arada Ltd When burning wood 9. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.

This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood or smokeless fuels.0 h to give the rated outputs shown.4 73. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.3 and 6.co. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.3h to give the rated outputs shown.6 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.3h to give the rated outputs shown.0 % Gross Eff. Refuel periods for wood are 1.4) Direct Room Heating Hillandale Range Monterrey 3 Be Modern Ltd And Broseley Fires Ltd When burning wood 3. Hillandale Range Monterrey 7 † Be Modern Ltd And Broseley Fires Ltd When burning wood 7.0 69.4 73.0 When burning smokeless fuels 7.0 69.0h and for smokeless fuels 1. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 73. Refuel periods for wood are 1.0 Hillandale Range Monterrey 5 † Be Modern Ltd And Broseley Fires Ltd When burning wood 5.2. see www.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood or smokeless fuels.6 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods for both wood and smokeless fuels is 1.uk 27 . This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood or smokeless fuels.0 When burning smokeless fuels 3.9 73.uksmokecontrolareas. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. 6. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0h and for smokeless fuels 1.E.

. Vermont Castings Intrepid II Wood-burning † BFM Europe Ltd When burning wood only 6.E.6 69. Manual primary air control.0 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel periods are 2.0 When burning smokeless fuels 6.0 Freestanding catalytic wood burning stove. Manual primary air control.2 66.8 68. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Vermont Castings Aspen BFM Europe Ltd When burning wood only 5.co. Manual primary air control.75 h to give the rated output shown.uk Continued on next page 28 .2 Vermont Castings Defiant (Catalytic) BFM Europe Ltd When burning wood only 12. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs only. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.2.uksmokecontrolareas.0 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 2. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Refuel period is 2. Refuel period is 1. Manual primary air control. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. Freestanding catalytic wood burning stove. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs only.1 % Gross Eff. 6. Vermont Castings Intrepid II Multi-fuel 1695CE 1697CE BFM Europe Ltd When burning wood 7.4) Direct Room Heating Vermont Castings Encore (Catalytic) † BFM Europe Ltd When burning wood only 10.4 Freestanding wood burning stove.0 h to give the rated output shown.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.7 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.4 68. see www.3 and 6. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control.5 69.5 Freestanding wood burning stove.0 h for wood and 2. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 2. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 69. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.

8 When burning smokeless fuels 4.0 h for wood and 2.7 % Gross Eff. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels Vermont Castings Intrepid III Multi-fuel V0CS1CB0 BFM Europe Ltd When burning wood 10.E.7 When burning smokeless fuels 6. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.3 and 6.2 Freestanding multi-fuel stove.4 h for wood and 3. 29 .0 Vermont Castings Aspen II Multi-fuel 1405CE BFM Europe Ltd When burning wood 5. Refuel periods are 1. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods are 1.. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 65. 6.5 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.7 66.4) Direct Room Heating Vermont Castings Encore Multi-fuel 2547CE BFM Europe Ltd When burning wood 12. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.4 h for wood and 3.3 When burning smokeless fuels 7.1 65.7 65. Refuel periods are 1.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Manual primary air control.2.6 68.4 65. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.

0 When burning wood 5.E. Refuel periods are 1. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.4) Direct Room Heating Winchester Broseley Fires Ltd When burning wood 8.4 73.uksmokecontrolareas. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h when burning both wood and smokeless fuels for the Petite and 1. Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 73.0 Midi † 69.uk continued on next page 30 . see www. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5.7 68. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.2. Refuel periods are 1.5h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 h when burning wood and 1.3 and 6. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.9 73. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. York Range: Petite Broseley Fires Ltd When burning wood 3.0 73.0 Salisbury Broseley Fires Ltd When burning wood 7.3 h when burning smokeless fuels for the Midi to give the rated outputs shown.5 When burning smokeless fuels 8. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. 6. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 When burning smokeless fuels 3.8 When burning smokeless fuels 8.0 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.7 % Gross Eff. Manual primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 h for both wood and smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods are 1.6 Freestanding multi-fuel stoves.5 77.2 79.co.0 h for wood and 1. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.

Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 73.co. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Serrano 7 † Broseley Fires Ltd When burning wood 7.0 % Gross Eff.4 73.3 and 6.0 69.0 When burning smokeless fuels 7.6 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.uksmokecontrolareas.0 69.0h and for smokeless fuels 1.0 Serrano 5 † Broseley Fires Ltd When burning wood 5.4 73. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. see www.6 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods for wood are 1. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. 6.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5.4) Direct Room Heating Serrano 3 Broseley Fires Ltd When burning wood 3. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood or smokeless fuels. Refuel periods for wood are 1.3h to give the rated outputs shown. Refuel periods for both wood and smokeless fuels is 1. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood or smokeless fuels.9 73.uk 31 .2. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood or smokeless fuels. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.0 h to give the rated outputs shown.0h and for smokeless fuels 1. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.E.0 When burning smokeless fuels 3.3h to give the rated outputs shown.

00 h to give the rated output shown. Freestanding wood burning stove. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 % Gross Eff. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 72. Manual primary air control.0 71.8 Pluto Caminos Kaminofen (distributed by Landy Vent UK Ltd) When burning wood only 7.8 Eos Caminos Kaminofen (distributed by Landy Vent UK Ltd) When burning wood only 7.00 h to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 1.2. Manual primary air control.75 h to give the rated output shown. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Burns wood logs only.4) Direct Room Heating Fun Caminos Kaminofen (distributed by Landy Vent UK Ltd) When burning wood only 7. Freestanding wood burning stove. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control.75 h to give the rated output shown.0 Elegance Caminos Kaminofen (distributed by Landy Vent UK Ltd) When burning wood only 6.2 32 . Freestanding wood burning stove. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.00 h to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 0. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 0. Refuel period is 1. Freestanding wood burning stove. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 0. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control. Freestanding wood burning stove. Freestanding wood burning stove.00 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 1.0 72.1 Cronos Caminos Kaminofen (distributed by Landy Vent UK Ltd) When burning wood only 8.3 and 6.75 h to give the rated output shown.E. 6. Manual primary air control.0 Roma Caminos Kaminofen (distributed by Landy Vent UK Ltd) When burning wood only 7.0 67.0 69. Burns wood logs only.0 72. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.1 Thermic Caminos Kaminofen (distributed by Landy Vent UK Ltd) When burning wood only 7. Freestanding wood burning stove.0 71. Refuel period is 1.

Burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.uksmokecontrolareas. These appliances are classed as “intermittent”. Refuel periods are 1.3 When burning smokeless fuels 8.5 69. Burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Manual primary air control. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.4) Direct Room Heating 4 Series Freestanding Stoves Flatford † Barrington † Hampstead † Alpine † Belgravia † Milan † Chesney‟s Chesney‟s When burning Wood 4.6 76.4 78.E.6 Freestanding multi-fuel stoves.8 73. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.2. Refuel periods are 0. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Freestanding wood burning stoves. Burn wood logs only. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 6 Series Freestanding Stove Flatford † Petworth † Barrington † Hampstead † Alpine † Belgravia † Milan † When burning wood 7.8 h to give the rated output shown. see www.6 % Gross Eff.5 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 When burning smokeless fuels 6.3 and 6.co. Refuel period is 0. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. 8 Series Freestanding Stove Flatford Petworth Barrington Hampstead Chesney‟s When burning wood 8.0 h for wood and 2.8 h for wood and 2.uk 33 . ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 77. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.8 Freestanding multi-fuel stoves.1 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. 6.

Manual primary air control. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.4) Direct Room Heating Cleanburn Løvenholm † Cleanburn Stoves When burning smokeless fuels 5. Manual primary air control. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.uksmokecontrolareas. 6. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.0 h to give the rated output shown. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 71. Freestanding multifuel stove. Burns wood logs only.uk 34 .2 Freestanding stove.E. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Solution 500 Clearview Stoves When burning wood only 7.1 Freestanding stove.8 Freestanding stove.0 65.0 65. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 1. Burns wood logs only.9 Vision 500 † Clearview Stoves When burning wood only 7.6 % Gross Eff.3 Pioneer 400 † Clearview Stoves When burning wood only 5.0 h to give the rated output shown.0 71. Pioneer 400 Oven † Clearview Stoves When burning wood only 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Solution 400 † Clearview Stoves When burning wood only 5.0 When burning wood 4.95 h for wood and 4 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.5 68. Refuel period is 1. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. see www.2. Manual primary air control. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Refuel periods are 0..3 and 6.0 76. Refuel period is 1. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 70. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “continuous” when burning smokeless fuels and intermittent when burning wood.0 h to give the rated output shown.0 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 1. Freestanding stove. Manual primary air control. Refuel period is 1.0 h to give the rated output shown.2 Freestanding stove.co.

75 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 0. Refuel periods are 0.75 h for wood and 1.2. Burns wood logs only.E.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Freestanding roomheater. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. 6. Manual primary air control.9 71. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. see www.uk continued on next page 35 .75 h for wood and 1.4) Direct Room Heating Dovre DV-250 † (250) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Dovre DV-360CBW (360 CB) Dovre DV-360CB/3 (360CB3) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 8. This appliance is classed as “intermittent”.5 Freestanding roomheater. Can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.8 69.3 Freestanding roomheater.9 % Gross Eff. Refuel periods are 0.75 h to give the rated output shown.0 67.7 Dovre DV-250CBS Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4. Dovre DV-250CBW (250CB) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4.uksmokecontrolareas. Manual primary air control. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 71.2 Freestanding roomheater.75 h to give the rated output shown. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. Can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.9 71.co. Manual primary air control. Dovre DV-425 (MF) (425GM) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8.3 and 6.9 When burning smokeless fuels 4.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.2 75. Burns wood logs only. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Manual primary air control. Refuel periods are 0. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.0 71. Refuel periods are 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent”. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Manual primary air control.2 Freestanding roomheater.

5 Dovre DV-700CBW † (700CB) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 11. Refuel period is 0.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.0 71. Refuel period is 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 75. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.uk.2. Manual primary air control.5 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.75 h for wood to give the rated output shown.uksmokecontrolareas. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 0. Freestanding roomheater. Burns wood logs only.0 75.5 Dovre DV-500MFF (MF) (500GM) Dovre DV-500MFFL (MF) (450GM) DV-500MFR (MF) (500GK) DV-500MFRL (MF) (450GK) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8.75 h for wood to give the rated output shown. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.75 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control. continued on next page 36 . Can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.3 Dovre DV-500CBW (Wood) † (500GH) Dovre DV-500CBWL (Wood) (450GH) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 8. Refuel period is 0. Freestanding roomheater.4) Direct Room Heating Dovre DV-425CBW (Wood) (425CB) Dovre DV-425CBWL (Wood) (425CBN) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 8. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.75 h for wood and 1. Freestanding roomheater. Freestanding roomheater.3 Dovre DV-760CBW (700MFF) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 11. 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. see www.0 % Gross Eff.8 69. Refuel periods are 0.0 68.0 68.E.0 71.75 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.co. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Freestanding roomheater. Manual primary air control.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Burns wood logs only.3 and 6. Freestanding roomheater.75 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 0.5 Dovre DV-640CBW (640CB) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 9. Burns wood logs only.

0 72. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.3 Inset roomheater. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.75 h for wood and 1. Refuel periods are 0. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 72. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Freestanding roomheater. Refuel period is 0.75 h for wood and 1.3 Dovre DV-1800W (1800GL) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8. Refuel periods are 0.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Burns wood logs only.0 70. Manual primary air control.75 h for wood to give the rated output shown. 6.3 and 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.3 73. Burns wood logs only.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.0 When burning smokeless fuels 11.3 74. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.5 Inset roomheater.0 72. Refuel period is 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. continued on next page 37 . Dovre DV-2000MFR (2000SGL) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood 11. Dovre DV-2300W (2300GL) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 9.2 Inset roomheater.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.2. Manual primary air control.1 Inset roomheater.0 65. Manual primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.4) Direct Room Heating Dovre Astroline 2CB DV-AST2BLK (ASTRO2) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 8. Burns wood logs only. Dovre DV-2400CB (2400GLA) Dovre DV-2400CBPAN (2400BSA) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 9.0 % Gross Eff.E.75 h for wood to give the rated outputs shown. Refuel period is 0. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.75 h for wood to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.

Refuel periods are 0.3 and 6.8 Inset roomheater. Refuel period is 0.75 h for wood to give the rated output shown.0 % Gross Eff. Inset roomheater.1 Inset roomheaters available with thermostatic controlled fan-assisted convection air. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.0 69. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Burns wood logs only. Dovre DV-2700W (2700GL) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 10.0 When burning smokeless fuels 9.2 Dovre DV-2520BS (2520BS) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 11. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. 6.75 h for wood and 1.1 77. Burns wood logs only.2.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.4) Direct Room Heating Dovre DV-2510DSMF (2510SD) Dovre distributed by Stovax Ltd When burning wood 9.75 h for wood to give the rated outputs shown.E. Manual primary air control. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 71. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood 38 .0 71. Refuel periods are 0.

uk 39 . Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.0 70.9 71.2 Highlander 5 Multi-fuel Dunsley Heat Ltd When burning wood 5.7 % Gross Eff.E. Refuel periods are 0.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.3 Freestanding multi-fuel roomheater. Highlander Enviro-burn-5 † Dunsley Heat Ltd When burning wood only 4. see www.B.75 h for wood and 1.5 Manufacturer‟s Remarks as for Highlander 7 Multi-fuel. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 71.3 and 6. Highlander 7 Multi-fuel Dunsley Heat Ltd When burning wood 5.8 73. Highlander 8 Multi-fuel Dunsley Heat Ltd When burning wood 7.1 71. Note: This roomheater has also been exempted by DEFRA under Section 11 (4) of the Clean Air Act. When burning wood 7. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.co.2.5 When burning smokeless fuels 7.0 When burning smokeless fuels 4. when fired on wood. Manual primary air control.uksmokecontrolareas.4) Direct Room Heating Yorkshire Multi Fuel Stove † Dunsley Heat Ltd. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood and when burning smokeless fuels. Refuel periods are 1.0 h for both wood and smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. 73. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only.5 N. 6.8 When burning smokeless fuels 7. 71.0 68. When assessed to achieve the output level claimed this appliance falls within the recognised category of an intermittent burning appliance.3 72. 1956 for burning wood in smoke control areas. Manual primary air control. Refuel periods are 0.75h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 When burning smokeless fuels 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.7 Freestanding wood burning stove. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.1 Freestanding multi-fuel roomheater. Only the Highlander 8 Multi-fuel model without boiler fitted has been approved.

75 h to give the rated output shown. see www.4) Direct Room Heating Esse 100 Esse 125 Esse Engineering Ltd When burning wood logs 5.7 Hase Kairo Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 9. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only.. Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 74. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.co. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 70. 6.2 Esse 100SE † Esse Engineering Ltd When burning wood logs 5. Top flue outlet only.0 Hase Granada Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 9.0 When burning smokeless fuels 4. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Freestanding wood burning stove. Freestanding wood burning stove. Manual combustion air controls. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 0.8 Hase Akaba Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 4.0 h for both wood and smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent”.85 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 0.0 74. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.81 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Burns wood logs only.uk continued on next page 40 .0 70.2. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Freestanding wood burning stove.3 and 6.5 % Gross Eff.uksmokecontrolareas.8 68. Refuel period is 0.7 Hase Lisboa Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 7.E. Refuel period is 0.0 74. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 h to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 0. Top flue outlet only.9 Hase Bari Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 6. Freestanding wood burning stove. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.4 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. Manual combustion air controls. Freestanding wood burning stove. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.0 78. Top flue outlet only. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel period is 1.75 h to give the rated output shown.75 h to give the rated output shown.0 74. Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Refuel period is 1. Top flue outlet only.

This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 72.0 73. Top flue outlet only. 6. Burns wood logs only. Hase Toronto Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 8. Freestanding wood burning stove. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Hase Bilbao Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 7. Refuel period is 0.75 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood continued on next page Hase Jena Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 6.3 Freestanding wood burning stove. .0 74.75 h to give the rated output shown. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 71. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 0.0 Hase Sarego Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 7. Top flue outlet only. Top flue outlet only. . ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.4) Direct Room Heating Hase Luno Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 7.4 Hase Modena Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 8.3 Freestanding wood burning stove.0 78. Burns wood logs only.75 h to give the rated output shown.9 41 .75 h to give the rated output shown.3 and 6.0 74. Freestanding wood burning stove.75 h to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only. Freestanding wood burning stove. Refuel period is 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Freestanding wood burning stove.75 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.75 h to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 % Gross Eff. Refuel period is 0.0 71. Top flue outlet only. Top flue outlet only. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 0.4 Freestanding wood burning stove. Burns wood logs only. Top flue outlet only.E. Refuel period is 0.2.2 Hase Como Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 7.

This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 73.E.Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 10. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 70. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control. Top flue outlet only.81 h to give the rated output shown.0 Freestanding wood burning stove. Burns wood logs only.4 Freestanding wood burning stove. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Freestanding wood burning stove.1 Hase Valencia Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 8. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 0. Refuel period is 0. Refuel period is 0.0 73.2. Burns wood logs only. Top flue outlet only.75 h to give the rated output shown. Freestanding wood burning stove.0 % Gross Eff. Refuel period is 0.4) Direct Room Heating Hase Kyoto Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 9. Top flue outlet only. 42 .3 Hase Tula Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 5. Signa and Fuga S Harrie Leenders Fires Importer . Manual primary air control. Freestanding wood burning stove.Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 10. Top flue outlet only.Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 8. Burns wood logs only.75 h to give the rated output shown.75 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 0.75 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.7 Hase Lima Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH (distributed by Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd) When burning wood only 6.3 Fuga M Harrie Leenders Fires Importer . Refuel period is 0. Refuel period is 0. Freestanding wood burning stove. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 73. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 75.0 72.75 h to give the rated output shown.1 Freestanding wood burning stove.75 h to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only.3 and 6.0 71. 6. Trias Harrie Leenders Fires Importer . Burns wood logs only.

Firewarm 12 Heat Design When burning wood only 12. Burns wood logs only.5 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control.3 and 6. Refuel period is 1. Refuel period is 1.4 Freestanding wood burning stove.5 h to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control. continued on next page 43 .0 70. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only. Firewarm 8 Heat Design When burning wood only 8.0 h to give the rated output shown.E. Manual primary air control.3 h to give the rated output shown.5 h to give the rated Freestanding wood burning stove.1 Freestanding wood burning stove. Burns wood logs only.3 72. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 1.4 Freestanding wood burning stove. Refuel period is 1. Manual primary air control. TR 3 Heat Design When burning wood only 4.0 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 71. Burns wood logs only. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 1. Manual primary air control.5 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 1.7 71.6 Freestanding wood burning stove. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. 6.1 Firewarm 6 Heat Design When burning wood only 6.0 71.2. Manual primary air control.3 71. Manual primary air control. Refuel period is 1. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs only. output shown. TR Midi Heat Design When burning wood only 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 % Gross Eff.4) Direct Room Heating Firewarm 4 Heat Design When burning wood only 4.2 Freestanding wood burning stove. TR 5 Heat Design When burning wood only 5. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 69. Burns wood logs only.4 Freestanding wood burning stove.

0 70. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. output shown. Green 6kW Freestanding Stove Heat Design When burning wood only 6. Burns wood logs only.0 Freestanding wood burning stove. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. output shown.0 Freestanding wood burning stove.2. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 1 h to give the rated output shown.E.4 68. Refuel period is 1. Refuel period is 1 h to give the rated output shown.0 73.0 Freestanding wood burning stove. TR 10 Legacy Heat Design When burning wood only 10. Burns wood logs only.6 TR 6 Legacy Heat Design When burning wood only 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 1.5 h to give the rated output shown. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Manual primary air control.5 h to give the rated output shown.5 h to give the rated output shown.1 Freestanding wood burning stove. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control.3 Freestanding wood burning stove.4) Direct Room Heating TR 8 Heat Design When burning wood only 8. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 71.2 % Gross Eff. Manual primary air control. Refuel period is 1 h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Green 7kW Freestanding Stove Heat Design When burning wood only 7. Manual primary air control. Refuel period is 1. 6.3 and 6.0 76. continued on next page 44 . Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only.0 75. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only. Green 4kW Freestanding Stove Heat Design When burning wood only 4. output shown. Burns wood logs only. Freestanding wood burning stove.

1 Green 10kW Freestanding Stove Heat Design When burning wood only 10.0 % Gross Eff. output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 73. Refuel period is 1 h to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 1 h to give the rated output shown.4) Direct Room Heating Green 8kW Freestanding Stove Heat Design When burning wood only 8. Manual primary air control.3 and 6.E.1 Freestanding wood burning stove. 45 . 6.2. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 73. output shown. Freestanding wood burning stove. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only.

2. Refuel periods are 1.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 h for wood and 2. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 65.0 65.5 % Gross Eff. Freestanding multi-fuel roomheater.0 When burning smokeless fuels 3.5 When burning smokeless fuels 9. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.5 68. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods are 1.5 65.0 h for wood and 4.1 Herald 6 Hunter Stoves Ltd When burning wood 5.E.75 h for wood and 4.6 Freestanding multi-fuel roomheater. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. 46 .0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Herald 8 Hunter Stoves Ltd When burning wood 9. Herald 14 Hunter Stoves Ltd When burning wood 11.3 77. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. .7 Freestanding multi-fuel roomheater.4 Freestanding multi-fuel roomheater. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.6 72.4) Direct Room Heating Hawk 3 Hunter Stoves Ltd When burning wood 4. Refuel periods are 1. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods are 0.0 h for wood and 4. Manual primary air control.3 and 6.0 72.1 When burning smokeless fuels 7.3 66.5 When burning smokeless fuels 6.

6 Hwam Figaro Hwam Euroheat Distributors (H. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 70. Refuel period is 0.B. Freestanding wood burning stoves.B. Hwam 3310 Hwam 3320 Hwam Euroheat Distributors (H. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 1.uk continued on next page 47 .3 and 6. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.S) Ltd When burning wood only 4. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only. Freestanding wood burning stoves.4) Direct Room Heating Hwam Beethoven † Hwam Beethoven H † Hwam Vivaldi † Hwam Mozart † Hwam Ravel † Hwam 30 † Hwam Euroheat Distributors (H.07 h to give the rated output shown. see www.0 66.97 h to give the rated output shown. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.1 Hwam Monet Hwam Monet H Hwam 60 Hwam Euroheat Distributors (H.3 Freestanding wood burning stoves.S) Ltd When burning wood only 4.4 Freestanding wood burning stove.B. Refuel period is 1.5 % Gross Eff. Refuel period is 1. Burns wood logs only.2.5 68. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.B.6 74.co.E. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.S) Ltd When burning wood only 5. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.S) Ltd When burning wood only 6. Burns wood logs only.20 h to give the rated output shown. 6.20 h to give the rated output shown. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.uksmokecontrolareas.

This appliance is classed as intermittent when burning wood.3 Inset wood burning stove. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs and peat only.S) Ltd When burning wood only 6.S) Ltd When burning wood only 6. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. 48 . When burning wood only Jacobus 6 Jacobus 9 Jacobus 12 Jacobus (distributed by Landy Vent UK Ltd) 7.S) Ltd When burning wood only 6.B.0 Inset wood burning stove. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. This appliance is classed as intermittent when burning wood.0 10.3 Hwam I 20/80 Hwam Euroheat Distributors (H. Burn wood logs only. Manual primary air control.2. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 74. Refuel period is 2.4) Direct Room Heating Hwam 4410 Hwam Euroheat Distributors (H. Manual air controls.B.3 Freestanding wood burning stoves.2 h to give the rated output shown.6 72. This appliance is classed as intermittent when burning wood.0 74.B. 6. Freestanding wood burning stove.0 73.0 14. Refuel period is 2.3 71.0 72.0 h to give the rated output shown.2 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 2. Refuel periods are 0.75 hours to give the rated outputs shown. Burns wood logs and peat only.0 % Gross Eff. Manual primary air control.E. Burns wood logs and peat only. Hwam I 30/55 Hwam Euroheat Distributors (H.3 and 6.

Refuel period is 1.6 Freestanding stove.3 h to give the rated output shown.4) Direct Room Heating Asia Giorgia Fiammetta La Nordica S. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 71. Refuel period is 1.A When burning wood only 6.0 % Gross Eff. Manual primary air control. Refuel period is 1.p.0 71.3 Freestanding stove.3 Inset stove. Burns wood logs only.A When burning wood only 6.5 Freestanding stove.A When burning wood only 6.p.p. Burns wood logs only. 6.0 Fiorella La Nordica S. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control. Freestanding stove.0 h to give the rated output shown.p. Refuel period is 1.A When burning wood only 6. Refuel period is 1.3 and 6.0 71. Continued on next page 49 . Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Sovrana La Nordica S. Isetta Isetta Con Cerchi La Nordica S.0 h to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 75. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.5 71.E. Manual primary air control.A When burning wood only 7.8 h to give the rated output shown.3 h to give the rated output shown.0 Freestanding stove.A When burning wood only 6. Giulietta La Nordica S.A When burning wood only 9. Refuel period is 1.p. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control.5 h to give the rated output shown.0 Freestanding stove.0 h to give the rated output shown.p. Refuel period is 0. Burns wood logs only.p. Burns wood logs only.2. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Inserto 50 Crystal La Nordica S. Isotta Isotta Con Cerchi La Nordica S.0 71.0 71. Manual primary air control.

Refuel period is 1. Manual primary air control.A When burning wood only 6. Refuel period is 1.0 h to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control.E.0 50 . Freestanding stove.0 71.8 h to give the rated output shown.0 h to give the rated output shown. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 71. Manual primary air control.3 Carillon Carillon Flat La Nordica S. Freestanding stove.4) Direct Room Heating Fireball Carillon 4:3 La Nordica S.p. Burns wood logs only.1 h to give the rated output shown.2.p.0 % Gross Eff.2 Super Max La Nordica S.0 72.0 71. Refuel period is 1. Super Junior La Nordica S. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood .3 Freestanding stove.p.A When burning wood only 6.0 73. Refuel period is 1.A When burning wood only 7. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.p. Fulvia Gaia La Nordica S.A When burning wood only 6. Freestanding stove. 6.A When burning wood only 5. Burns wood logs only.1 Freestanding stove.3 and 6. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs only.0 h to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control.p. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.

6 69. Refuel periods are 1.5 Freestanding wood burning stoves. Refuel periods are 1.5 64.5 67. Manual primary air control.3 Freestanding wood burning stoves. Refuel periods are 1. Ribbed Side Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 9.5 71.4 h to give the rated outputs shown.0 67.2. Top or rear flue outlet positions. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. 6. Refuel period is 0. Ribbed Side 2140 Convector.0 h to give the rated outputs shown.uk Continued on next page 51 . Manual primary air control.8 h to give the rated outputs shown. 3600 Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 9.5 5. Burns wood logs only.2 4.8 h to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs only. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 69.5 4. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. see www. Burns wood logs only. Owl 3400 Range: † 3410 Radiant Owl motif 3420 Radiant Ribbed side 3440 Convector Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 6.E.3 Freestanding wood burning stove.4) Direct Room Heating Squirrel 1400 Range: 1410 Radiant Standard Airwash 1430 Cleanheat (side plain door) 1435 Cleanheat (ribbed side plain door) Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 4. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel periods are 0. Badger 3100 Range: † 3112 Cleanheat Fine ribbed sides 3142 Convector Plain sides Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 4. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.7 Freestanding wood burning stove.6 64. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.8 h to give the rated outputs shown. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs only.0 65.8 66.uksmokecontrolareas. Refuel period is 0.5 % Gross Eff.co.0 h to give the rated outputs shown.3 and 6. Burns wood logs only.2 Freestanding wood burning stove. . Panther 2100 Range: 2110 Cleanheat Radiant.6 Dove 1600 Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 10. Freestanding wood burning stoves. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.

Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only.3 65.75 h to give the rated outputs shown.7 68. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.8 h to give the rated outputs shown. 8100 Range: 8140 With plinth 8142 With Log Drawer 8148 With pedestal Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.4) Direct Room Heating 6100 Range: † 6140 Low Plinth 6148 Pedestal Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 5.9 h to give the rated outputs shown. Ø Range: Ø4 † Ø6 Ø8 Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 5. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.uksmokecontrolareas. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.uk 52 .3 73.4 68.3 Freestanding wood burning stoves. Refuel periods are 0.0 7.7 Freestanding wood burning stove. Manual primary air control. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. Burns wood logs only.75 h to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.5 Freestanding wood burning stoves.2. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only.9 7100 Viking Morsø Jernstøberi A/S When burning wood only 5.0 % Gross Eff. Manual primary air control. Refuel periods are 0.3 73.E.co.7 9.3 and 6. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 72. Freestanding wood burning stove. Manual primary air control. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. see www. 6. Refuel periods are 0. Refuel periods are 0.

Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel period is 0.75 h for wood to give the rated output shown. Manual combustion air controls. Manual combustion air controls. Refuel period is 0.2.75 h for wood and 4. Refuel period is 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent”. Freestanding multi-fuel stove.6 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. 53 . 6.9 65. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 65. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood and continuous when burning smokeless fuels.3 % Gross Eff. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.4) Direct Room Heating Beckett Non-Boiler Model Mulberry Stoves When burning wood 8.3 and 6.0 Joyce Non-Boiler Model Mulberry Stoves When burning wood 4. Manual combustion air controls.0 Inset multi-fuel stove. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Note: HETAS Approval is only for wood burning.9 69.E.5 When burning smokeless fuels 16.9 65.7 65.75 h for wood and 1. Stoker Mulberry Stoves When burning wood 6.5 When burning smokeless fuels 5.

S) Ltd When burning wood only 10.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Freestanding wood burning stoves.B. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.2 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.B. Burns wood logs only.7 Harmony and Stanford 43 Models (Rear Flue Outlet Only) S43 H43 Nestor Martin Euroheat Distributors (H. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel periods are 1.85 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period using rear flue outlet only is 0.5 h for wood and 4.5 75. Manual primary air control.0 70.8 Harmony 1 (Rear Flue Outlet Only) Nestor Martin Euroheat Distributors (H.4) Direct Room Heating Harmony. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 65. Burns wood logs only.85 h to give the rated output shown.9 % Gross Eff. Manual primary air control. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Freestanding wood burning stove. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.9 71. Burns wood logs only.B. Stanford and Nestor Martin 23 Models (Rear Flue Outlet Only) S23 † H23 † R23 † SP23 † Nestor Martin Euroheat Distributors (H. This appliance is classed as “continuous” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Freestanding wood burning stoves.uk 54 .79 h to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period using rear flue outlet only is 0.1 Harmony 13 † Stanford 13 † Nestor Martin Euroheat Distributors (H.B.5 72.9 Stanford 80 (Rear Flue Outlet Only) Nestor Martin Euroheat Distributors (H.0 When burning smokeless fuels 3. Burns wood logs only.0 70.S) Ltd When burning wood only 16.S) Ltd When burning wood only 5. Refuel period using rear flue outlet only is 0.99 h to give the rated output shown. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel period using rear flue outlet only is 0.B.2.S) Ltd When burning wood 5.0 68.S) Ltd When burning wood only 8. Freestanding wood burning stove. Freestanding multi-fuel roomheater.1 Harmony III (Rear Flue Outlet Only) Nestor Martin Euroheat Distributors (H. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.co. Manual primary air control. see www.75 h to give the rated output shown.B. 6. Freestanding wood burning stove. Refuel period using rear flue outlet only is 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control.S) Ltd When burning wood only 8. Manual primary air control.3 and 6.E. Manual primary air control. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.uksmokecontrolareas.

Refuel periods are 0. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Refuel periods are 1.E. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.3 Freestanding wood burning stoves. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Refuel periods are 0.3 and 6.2. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.9 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. Freestanding wood burning stoves. Burns wood logs only.0 71.87 h to give the rated outputs shown. Refuel periods are 1. Burns wood logs only. Refuel periods are 1.uk 55 . These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 h to give the rated outputs shown.0 h to give the rated outputs shown.co.0 h to give the rated outputs shown.7 Handöl 50 series: 51 † 51L † 52 † 52T † 53 † 54 † 54T † NIBE AB When burning wood only 5.0 71. Burns wood logs only. Freestanding wood burning stoves. 6.4) Direct Room Heating Contura 400 Series : 450 450T 460tall/low 470medium-high 470tall 480 NIBE AB When burning wood only 7. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.uksmokecontrolareas.79 h to give the rated outputs shown. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Manual primary air control. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 72.8 Freestanding wood burning stoves.1 Contura 500 Series : 510 † 520T † 550 † 556 560T † 560K † 570 † 580 † 585 † 586 590 † 590T † NIBE AB When burning wood only 5. Manual primary air control. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 70. see www. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood NIBE AB When burning wood only 5. Manual primary air control. Burns wood logs only. Contura 600 Series : 650 660T 660K 670 690 Handöl 30 series: 32 † 34T † 35T † NIBE AB When burning wood only 6. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.0 % Gross Eff. Freestanding wood burning stoves.0 71. Burns wood logs only.

Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.3 and 6.0 % Gross Eff.0 h to give the rated output shown.7 Bohemia 40 Pevex Enterprises Ltd When burning wood only 4.uksmokecontrolareas.4) Direct Room Heating Bohemia 30 Pevex Enterprises Ltd When burning wood only 3.uk 56 .E.2.0 When burning wood only 6. Refuel period is 1. Freestanding stove.2 Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 67.co. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs only.3 Manufacturer‟s Remarks as for Bohemia 30 67. see www.0 When burning wood only 5. Manufacturer‟s Remarks as for Bohemia 30 70. 6.9 Manufacturer‟s Remarks as for Bohemia 30 65. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.0 Bohemia 50 Pevex Enterprises Ltd Bohemia 60 Pevex Enterprises Ltd † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.

Inset wood burning stove. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. Refuel period is 1. Refuel period is 1. Manual air controls. Manual primary air control.8 Refuel period is 1.0 70. Refuel period is 1. Burns wood logs only.E.23 h to give the rated output shown.co. Inset wood burning stove.0 Pina Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 5. Freestanding wood burning stoves. Refuel period is 1. Refuel period is 1. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control. Top flue outlet only. Freestanding wood burning stove. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only.0 Freestanding wood burning stove.2.0 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.0 68. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.4) Direct Room Heating Rondo † Mino II † Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 5. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.1 Geo Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 5. Burns wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.2 72.5 68. Palo Pilar Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 5.00 h to give the rated output shown.0 72.0 h to give the rated output shown. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 h to give the rated output shown. 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Are available with turntable plinth.3 600 (Inset) Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 5. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 h to give the rated output shown.uk continued on next page 57 . Freestanding wood burning stove.3 Rais 700 † Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 5. Freestanding wood burning stoves. Top flue outlet only and has different bases. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.8 Q-bic Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 4. Burns wood logs only. see www. Top flue outlet only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control.2 h to give the rated output shown. 72.3 and 6. Refuel period is 1.uksmokecontrolareas. Manual primary air control.25h to give the rated output shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.0 % Gross Eff. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 72.

Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.uksmokecontrolareas. Freestanding wood burning stove.2 Freestanding wood burning stove.0 72.4) Direct Room Heating Topas Opus Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 5.5 69. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 1.0 % Gross Eff. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Burns wood logs only. 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 71.co.15h to give the rated output shown. Top flue outlet only and has different bases.32 h to give the rated output shown.9 Inset wood burning stove.2. Poleo 95 † Poleo 106 † Epoca † Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 4. Refuel period is 1. Manual primary air control.E. Refuel period is 1. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.uk 58 . Q-bic Inset Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 4. Manual primary air control.5 68.13 h to give the rated output shown.3 Inset wood burning stove.8 Freestanding wood burning stove. Burns wood logs only. Manual primary air control. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. 2:1 † Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 6. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 1.15 h to give the rated output shown. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. Burns wood logs only. Refuel period is 1. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 70.05 h to give the rated output shown. Burns wood logs only.3 and 6. Manual primary air control. see www.1 Rondo 92 † Rondo 120 † Rais A/S Importer – Robeys Ltd When burning wood only 5.

3 and 6. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 Dry freestanding roomheaters.7 Dry freestanding multi-fuel roomheater.9 When burning smokeless fuels 4. Refuel periods are 0.E. Available as wood only versions which can burn wood logs only.0 69.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.4) Direct Room Heating Redfyre Kensal 20 RF – KEN20M † Redfyre When burning wood 3. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. Refuel periods are 0. Redfyre Kensal 60 RF-KEN60W Redfyre When burning wood only 11. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Refuel periods are 0.4 79.75 h for wood to give the rated outputs shown. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 69.75 h for wood and 1.2. see www.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.1 84. 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.8 When burning smokeless fuels 3.0 Redfyre Kensal 33 RF-KEN33W † RF-KEN33WLC RF-KEN33M † RF-KEN33MLC Redfyre When burning wood 4.uk 59 . This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.8 % Gross Eff.75 h for wood and 1. Dry freestanding multi-fuel roomheater. Redfyre Kensal 40 RF-KEN40W RF-KEN40WLC RF-KEN40M RF-KEN40MLC Redfyre When burning wood 8. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 70.1 Dry freestanding multi-fuel roomheater. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Manual primary air control. Refuel periods are 0.9 72. Manual primary air control. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. Manual primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.3 83.uksmokecontrolareas.co.75 h for wood and 1. Manual primary air control.

These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.75 h to give the rated output shown. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 68. Manual primary air control.2.2 h to give the rated outputs shown.3 and 6.0 76.4) Direct Room Heating Turbhogar:Alfa 80 Beta 80 Lambda 80 Sigma 80 Delta 80 Rofer and Rodi When burning wood only 14. Xeoos 8 kW Range: Basic Pur Classic Elegance Specht Modulare Ofensysteme GmbH + Co.KG When burning wood only 8. Refuel periods are 2. Refuel period is 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.E. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only.1 Freestanding wood burning stoves.KG When burning wood only 5. 60 . Manual primary air control.6 Xeoos 5 kW Range: Specht Modulare Ofensysteme GmbH + Co.5 Natur Pur Classic Style Harmony Elegance Freestanding wood burning stoves.5 % Gross Eff. Burns wood logs only. 6. Inset stove.8 h to give the rated outputs shown. Refuel periods are 3. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Manual primary air control.0 74.

Manual primary air control. Refuel periods are 0.2.0 When burning smokeless fuels 7. Freestanding multi-fuel roomheaters.0 When burning smokeless fuels 4.5 Dry freestanding multi-fuel roomheater.3 76.0 71.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Refuel periods are 0. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.75 h for wood and 1.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.E. Freestanding multi-fuel roomheaters. see www.5 Brunel 2CB Model 7051 Stovax Ltd When burning wood 6.0 Brunel 3CB Model 7053 Stovax Ltd When burning wood 7. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.9 71.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.4) Direct Room Heating Brunel 1A Model 7008 Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.3 and 6. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.9 When burning smokeless fuels 4. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.75 h for wood and 1.9 76. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Refuel periods are 0. 6. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 % Gross Eff. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Manual primary air control. Freestanding multi-fuel roomheaters.75 h for wood and 1. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.5 82.0 69.uk continued on next page 61 .2 81. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 72. Refuel periods are 0. Manual primary air control.0 When burning smokeless fuels 6.6 Huntingdon 25 Tracery Door Version: Model 7058 (MF) † Clear Door Version: Model 7057 (MF) † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.75 h for wood and 1.co.uksmokecontrolareas.

8 80.0 % Gross Eff.2 Dry freestanding roomheater without boiler. Refuel periods are 0.2 Freestanding roomheater. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 When burning smokeless fuels 7.E. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Available as wood only version which can burn wood logs only or as multifuel versions which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.75 h for wood and 1. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 When burning smokeless fuels 6.5 Huntingdon 30 Tracery Door Version: Model 7055 (MF) Clear Door Version: Model 7054 (MF) Stovax Ltd When burning wood 6. Manual primary air control.2 Freestanding multi-fuel roomheater.3 and 6. Refuel periods are 0.5 79. Refuel periods are 0.2.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Huntingdon 35 Tracery Door Version: Model 7063 (Wood only) Model 7061 (MF) Clear Door Version: Model 7060 (MF) Stovax Ltd When burning wood 7. Refuel periods are 0. Huntingdon 40 Tracery Door Version: Model 7069 (Wood only) Model 7075 (MF) Clear Door Version: Model 7074 (MF) Stovax Ltd When burning wood 9.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Freestanding multi-fuel roomheater.9 77.75 h for wood and 1. Available as wood only version which can burn wood logs only or as multifuel versions which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 71. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 70.0 When burning smokeless fuels 6.75 h for wood and 1. Manual primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. 6.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 74. Manual primary air control. 62 .0 72.0 When burning smokeless fuels 9.4) Direct Room Heating Huntingdon 28 Tracery Door Version: Model 7065 (MF) Clear Door Version: Model 7064 (MF) Stovax Ltd When burning wood 6.75 h for wood and 1. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 86. Manual primary air control.

Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.9 70. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Riva 55 Avanti Midi RVF55AVM † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8.3 Freestanding roomheaters. Manual primary air control. Refuel periods are 0.2 75. Refuel periods are 0. Refuel periods are 0.0 74.1 80. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.uksmokecontrolareas.3 and 6.E.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.9 When burning smokeless fuels 4.9 When burning smokeless fuels 4. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. see www. Inset roomheater. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.4) Direct Room Heating Riva RV40 † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4.2. Riva RV55 † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8.uk continued on next page 63 .0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Manual primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Manual primary air control.2 Riva F40 Freestanding RVF40C † Riva F40 Avanti RVF40AV † Riva F40 Avanti Midi RVF40AVM † Riva F40 Avanti Highline RVF40AVH † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4.2 Inset roomheater.6 Freestanding roomheater. Refuel periods are 0.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.75 h for wood and 1.75 h for wood and 1.co. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 70.1 82. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. 6.75 h for wood and 1.9 % Gross Eff.0 79. Manual primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.75 h for wood and 1.0 67.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.

Manual primary air control. see www.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8. This appliance is classed as “intermittent”. Refuel periods are 0. Riva RVF76 Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 9. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.80 h to give the rated output shown.6 Inset roomheater.0 72. Manual primary air control. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.co.6 Riva 66 Freestanding Riva RVF66 † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8. Refuel periods are 0.7 74.uk continued on next page 64 . Refuel periods are 0.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.uksmokecontrolareas. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 % Gross Eff.0 71. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. 6.0 72. Refuel periods are 0. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Manual primary air control.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods are 0.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.7 74. Burns wood logs only.80 h to give the rated output shown.E.7 74. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 72.4) Direct Room Heating Riva RV66 † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8. This appliance is classed as “intermittent”. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.2.3 and 6. Burns wood logs only.75 h for wood and 1. Riva RV76 Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 9. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.75 h for wood and 1.75 h for wood and 1.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.6 Freestanding roomheater.0 71.9 Freestanding roomheater.9 Inset roomheater. Inset roomheater. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Riva 66 Avanti RV66AVC † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.

co.MEDW (Woodburning) RVN .5 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.75 h for wood and 1.6 77.MEM (Multifuel) † When burning wood 8.4) Direct Room Heating % Gross Eff.uk 65 . Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8. Manual primary air control. Freestanding roomheaters.MEW (Woodburning) RVP .MEDM (Multifuel) † 67. 73.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.MIDM (Multifuel) † 67.0 Stovax Ltd When burning wood 5. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.MDW (Woodburning) RVP .5 When burning smokeless fuels 6. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manual primary air control.uksmokecontrolareas.75 h for wood and 1.2 Model: Large RVP .MDM (Multifuel) † When burning wood 6.5 When burning smokeless fuels 6. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.4 76.SMW (Woodburning) RVN . see www. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.5 When burning wood 8.3 73. Refuel periods for the Riva Plus Small.0 When burning wood 6. Midi and Medium are 0.2 Model: Medium RVP .1 70. Refuel periods are 0.0 70.0 68.SMW (Woodburning) RVP .E. Burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.75 h for wood and 1.MIDW (Woodburning) RVN .0 When burning smokeless fuels 11. Refuel periods for the Riva Plus Large are 0.9 RIVA VISION RANGE: Model Small:RVN .0 When burning smokeless fuels 5.0 Freestanding roomheaters. 6.SMM (Multifuel) † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 5.3 and 6.LAW (Woodburning) RVP . Burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.5 65.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.2.1 Model: Midi RVP .LAM (Multifuel) When burning wood 11.8 Model: Midi RVN .1 Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) RIVA PLUS RANGE: Model: Small RVP .0 70.9 continued on next page † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.SMM (Multifuel) † 68.0 72.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5.8 Model: Medium RVN . 65.

see www.75 h to give the rated outputs shown.0 Refuel periods are 0.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 69.75 h for wood and 1. Manual primary air control.0 69.3 and 6.2 † When burning wood 8.5 Riva Studio Freestanding 2: RVFS . Stockton Milner Brick Inset Convector Stove Model STMB † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. Refuel periods are 0. Manual primary air control.1 † 68. Refuel periods are 0.0 These appliances are classed as “intermittent”. Burn wood logs only. Riva Studio Freestanding 1: RVFS .0 69.1 Dry inset multi-fuel roomheater.1 Studio 3: RVS . This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.75 h to give the rated outputs shown. 6.uk continued on next page 66 .3 When burning wood 11.0 66.2. Manual primary air control.6 When burning smokeless fuels 5. 68.5 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.5 These appliances are classed as “intermittent”.co. Burn wood logs only. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.7 74.0 RIVA STUDIO FREESTANDING RANGE: Stovax Ltd Freestanding roomheaters. When burning wood 5.uksmokecontrolareas.4) Direct Room Heating % Gross Eff. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) RIVA STUDIO RANGE: Studio 1: RVS – 1 † Stovax Ltd Studio 2: RVS – 2 † When burning wood 8.E. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. When burning wood 5. Inset roomheaters.

Dry freestanding multi-fuel roomheater. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Refuel periods are 0.0 View 3 Multifuel Model: VW-3MF † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 3. Available as wood only version which can burn wood logs only or as multi-fuel version which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.8 When burning smokeless fuels 3.E.0 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.75 h for wood and 1. Dry freestanding multi-fuel roomheater. Manual primary air control.uksmokecontrolareas.uk continued on next page 67 .0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Manual primary air control.8 70.3 and 6.4) Direct Room Heating Stockton 3 Model 7118 (MF) † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 3. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.1 84.75 h for wood and 1.1 84. Refuel periods are 0. Manual primary air control.co.8 % Gross Eff. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 70. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.75 h for wood and 1.8 When burning smokeless fuels 3.0 Stockton 4 Model 7101 (wood only) † Model 7102 (MF) † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 3.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.8 When burning smokeless fuels 3. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Dry freestanding roomheaters.8 70. Refuel periods are 0.1 84.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.2. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. 6. see www.

Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. Available as wood only version which can burn wood logs only or as multi-fuel version which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Manual primary air control. Available as wood only version which can burn wood logs only or as multifuel versions which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.E.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Dry freestanding roomheaters. Refuel periods are 0. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 72.co. 6.3 83.1 View 5 Model: VW-5W † (woodburning) and VW-5MF † (Multifuel) Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4.uk continued on next page 68 . Manual primary air control. Available as wood only version which can burn wood logs only or as multi-fuel version which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.9 72.0 72.75 h for wood and 1.75 h for wood and 1. Refuel periods are 0.9 When burning smokeless fuels 4.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Refuel periods are 0.1 Stockton 6 Flat Top Versions: Model 7100 (Wood only) † Model 7162 (MF) † Highline Version: Model 7117 (MF) † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 6.9 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.uksmokecontrolareas.5 78. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.9 % Gross Eff.3 83. see www.2.75 h for wood and 1.3 and 6.0 When burning smokeless fuels 6.4) Direct Room Heating Stockton 5 Flat Top Versions: Model 7119 (wood only) † Model 7127 (MF) † Low Canopy Versions: Model 7160 (wood only) † Model 7161 (MF) Midline Version: Model 7130 (MF) † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 4. Dry freestanding roomheaters. Dry freestanding roomheater without boiler. Manual primary air control. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.9 When burning smokeless fuels 4. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.

0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Dry freestanding roomheaters without boiler. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales. see www.4 79.0 When burning smokeless fuels 7. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manual primary air control. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.75 h for wood and 1. Manual primary air control. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Dry Inset multi-fuel Convector roomheater. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.0 69.uk continued on next page 69 . Available as wood only version which can burn wood logs only or as multi-fuel version which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods are 0.0 When burning smokeless fuels 7.1 78.75 h for wood and 1. Available as wood only versions which can burn wood logs only or as multi-fuel version which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.2 Stockton 7 Inset Convector FlatTop Version Model 7125F (MF) † Low Canopy Version Model 7125C (MF) † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 7.2. low canopy (LT) and high canopy (HT) versions. Manual primary air control. Refuel periods are 0. Refuel periods are 0.3 85.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.7 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.75 h for wood and 1.3 and 6. Can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 % Gross Eff.uksmokecontrolareas.1 Stockton 8 Single Door Models: Wood only Versions: Model 7103 (FT) Model 7104 (LC) Model 7105 (HC) Two Door Models: Wood only Versions: Model 7113 (FT) Model 7113LC (LC) Model 7113HC (HC) Two Door Model: Multi-fuel Version: Model 7128 (FT) Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.co.0 71. 6. Dry freestanding roomheaters without boiler. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 70.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Available as flat top (FT).E.4) Direct Room Heating Stockton 7 Model 7120 (wood only) † Model 7163 (MF) † Stovax Ltd When burning wood 7.

75 h for wood and 1.0 69. Dry Inset multi-fuel Convector roomheater.4) Direct Room Heating View 8 Model: VW-8W (woodburning) and VW-8MF (Multifuel) Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 65.7 Stockton 11 Single Door Models (wood): Model 7106 (FT) Model 7106LC (LC) Model 7106HC (HC) Two Door Models (wood): Model 7116 (FT) Model 7116LC (LC) Model 7116HC (HC) Stovax Ltd When burning wood only 11.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manual primary air control. Refuel periods are 0.4 79. low canopy (LT) and high canopy (HT) versions. Dry freestanding roomheaters without boiler.E.7 Stockton 8 Inset Convector Flat Top Version Model 7126F (MF) Low Canopy Version Model 7126C (MF) Stovax Ltd When burning wood 8. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manual primary air control.0 % Gross Eff. 6. Available as wood only versions which can burn wood logs only. Manual primary air control.3 and 6.2. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 69. Available as flat top (FT). low canopy (LT) and high canopy (HT) versions. Refuel periods are 0.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.0 Dry freestanding roomheaters.75 h for wood to give the rated outputs shown. Refuel periods are 0. Available as wood only versions which can burn wood logs only or as multi-fuel version which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.75 h for wood and 1. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 72. Available as flat top (FT).0 When burning smokeless fuels 8. 70 .0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.

3 Freestanding wood burning roomheater. Freestanding wood burning roomheater. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) TT10 TT10S TT10HS TT10W TT10G Termatech A/S Burning wood 6. Refuel period is 1. Manual air controls.0 h to give the rated output shown.5 Freestanding wood burning roomheater. Refuel period is 1. This appliance is classed as “intermittent TT40 TT40S Termatech A/S Burning wood 5. Refuel period is 1.3 % Gross Eff.E. Manual air controls. Burns wood logs only.0 72.0 h to give the rated output shown.0 h to give the rated output shown. Manual air controls. Burns wood logs only.4) Direct Room Heating TT1 TT1W TT1Z TT2 TT3 TT3S TT3H TT3HS Termatech A/S Burning Wood 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent 71 . Burns wood logs only.0 71.3 and 6. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.2.0 72. 6.

0 When burning smokeless fuels 8. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Manual primary air control.0 When burning smokeless fuels 10.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5.1 76.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 67.3 Priory 67. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.0 When burning wood 5.2.co.0 When burning wood 5.0 When burning wood 8.8 Farndale. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Little Thurlow.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5.2 77.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. 6. Freestanding multi-fuel stoves.4) Direct Room Heating Bransdale.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5.3 and 6. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.0 When burning wood 10.6 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.6 Ryedale 72.2 77.8 81.uk continued on next page 72 .6 Whisperdale 72.0 73. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 When burning wood 5. Priory & Glaisdale Range: Bransdale Town and Country Fires % Gross Eff.8 76. Rydale & Whisperdale Range: Farndale Town and Country Fires When burning wood 5.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.1 77.uksmokecontrolareas. see www. Refuel periods are 1. 72.E. Manual primary air control. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) When burning wood 8.6 Little Thurlow † Freestanding multi-fuel stoves.0 h for wood and 2.0 h for wood and 2. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood andsmokeless fuels.8 Glaisdale 69. Refuel periods are 1.2 77.

0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.3 When burning smokeless fuels 8.0 When burning smokeless fuels 7. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.8 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h for wood and 2. Refuel periods are 1. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.7 68. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.E.1 70.3 and 6.2.0 Inset multi-fuel stove. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.4 Runswick Town and Country Fires When burning wood 4.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Top flue adaptor supplied for use with chimney liner. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.5 % Gross Eff. Refuel periods are 1.5 79. Manual primary air control.3 72.3 When burning smokeless fuels 4.0 h for wood and 2. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 67. 73 .0 h for wood and 2. 6. Manual primary air control.4) Direct Room Heating Thornton Dale Town and Country Fires When burning wood 7.7 73. Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Welburn Town and Country Fires When burning wood 8. Refuel periods are 1.

This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.0 69. This appliance is classed as “continuous” when burning wood and smokeless fuels. Refuel periods are 1. Comments as above 72.0 72.3 When burning smokeless fuels 8.0 Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) Oisin Waterford Stanley When burning wood 5. Refuel periods for wood are 1.E.5 When burning smokeless fuels 4. Manual primary air control. Stanley Maxi Waterford Stanley 72.0 Freestanding wood burning stoves.5 68. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Stanley Erin Multifuel NonBoiler Stove Waterford Stanley When burning wood 10. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood and continuous when burning smokeless fuels.5h and for smokeless fuels 4h to give the rated outputs shown.9 75.0 Tara Waterford Stanley When burning wood 5.5h and for smokeless fuels 4h to give the rated outputs shown.3 and 6.2 When burning smokeless fuels 10.5h to give the rated outputs shown. Inset stove with manual air controls. Burns wood logs only.8 72.5 Comments as above 67.1 When burning wood 8. Refuel periods for wood are 1.4 67.0 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.7 When burning smokeless fuels 4.4 74 .9 Ashling Waterford Stanley 75.2 73. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” Stanley Cara Insert Stove Waterford Stanley When burning smokeless fuels 4. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.5h and for smokeless fuels 4h to give the rated outputs shown.9 74.9 77. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.4) Direct Room Heating % Gross Eff.0 5.8 Stanley Oscar Grainne Non-Boiler Solid Fuel Stove Waterford Stanley When burning wood 8.5 When burning wood 5.Refuel periods for wood are 1.3 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. 6.2.2 When burning smokeless fuels 8. Refuel periods are 2. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide.0 h to give the rated output shown.

Burns wood logs only.6 Fireview 6 Woodwarm Stoves When burning wood 6. Burns wood logs only. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 69.E. Dry freestanding multi-fuel roomheater without boiler. Freestanding stoves.75 h to give the rated output shown.8 When burning smokeless fuels 6.8 WF Uniq 21 Westfire ApS When burning wood only 5. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.3 and 6.2. Manual primary air control. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.5 h for wood and 1.75 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 0. Manual primary air control. Refuel period is 0. Manual primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.6 Westfire ApS When burning wood only 5.4) Direct Room Heating Westfire 4 Westfire 5 Westfire ApS When burning wood only 4.3 WF Uniq 23 Westfire ApS When burning wood only 6. Freestanding stoves. Burns wood logs only.75 h to give the rated output shown. Manual primary air control. Freestanding stove. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control.1 71. Refuel period is 0. Burns wood logs only. Freestanding or inset cassette type stove.Refuel periods are 1.7 % Gross Eff.This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood and when burning smokeless fuels.5 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Freestanding or inset cassette type stove. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel period is 0.0 75 . Manual primary air control.2 WF Uniq 15 WF Uniq 16 WF Uniq 20 WF Uniq 17 WF Uniq 18 WF Uniq 19 Westfire ApS When burning wood only 5. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.9 WF Uniq 32 Westfire ApS When burning wood only 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.75 h to give the rated output shown.75 h to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 0. Freestanding stove. Refuel period is 0.0 72.0 72. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns wood logs only. 6.0 67.75 h to give the rated output shown.7 68.0 74.0 74. Burns wood logs only.

co. Yeoman CL 5 Model: YM-CL5W † (woodburning) and YM-CL5MF (multifuel) Yeoman Stoves When burning wood 4. Available as wood only versions which can burn wood logs only or as multifuel version which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.9 When burning smokeless fuels 4. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.9 72. low canopy (LT) and high canopy (HT) versions.4) Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) Manufacturers Direct Room Heating Yeoman CL 3 Multifuel † Model: YM-CL3MF % Gross Eff. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England.3 83.0 When burning smokeless fuels 8.0 Dry freestanding multi-fuel roomheater. Dry freestanding roomheaters without boiler.8 70. Refuel periods are 0. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.E. Manual primary air control. see www.75 h for wood and 1. Available as flat top (FT).0 69. These appliances are classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manual primary air control. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency (see introductory Notes 6.3 and 6. Yeoman Stoves When burning wood 3.75 h for wood and 1.4 79.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.1 Yeoman CL 8 Model: YM-CL8W (woodburning) and YM-CL8MF (multifuel) Yeoman Stoves When burning wood 8. Refuel periods are 0.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. Manual primary air control.1 84.2.75 h for wood and 1. Refuel periods are 0. Dry freestanding roomheaters.7 † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.8 When burning smokeless fuels 3. 6. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.uk continued on next page 76 . Available as wood only version which can burn wood logs only or as multi-fuel version which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.uksmokecontrolareas.

Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation. 6.75 h for wood and 1. Refuel periods are 0.9 Dry freestanding roomheaters.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Available as wood only version which can burn wood logs only or as multi-fuel version which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 71. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Yeoman Stoves Exmoor Single Door Flat Top Versions: Model YM-W9001FL (wood) Model YM-W9001ERFL (MF) † Single Door Low Canopy Versions: Model YM-W9001LC (wood) Model YM-W9001ERLC (MF) † When burning wood 4.9 When burning smokeless fuels 4.uk continued on next page 77 . It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.9 82.3 and 6. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.75 h for wood and 1. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions.uksmokecontrolareas. Refuel periods are 0. Manual primary air control. Manual primary air control. Exe Single Door: Flat Top Versions: Model YM-W9101FL (wood) Model YM-W9101ERFL (MF) † Low Canopy Versions: Model YM-W9101LC (wood) Model YM-W9101ERLC (MF) † Two Door: Flat Top Versions: Model YM-W9102FL (wood) Model YM-W9102ERFL (MF) † Low Canopy Versions: Model YM-W9102LC (wood) Model YM-W9102ERLC (MF) † Yeoman Stoves When burning wood 5.5 Dry freestanding roomheaters without boiler.9 70.4 83. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency (see introductory Notes 6.co.4) Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) Manufacturers Direct Room Heating % Gross Eff.E.2. see www.0 When burning smokeless fuels 5. Available as wood only versions which can burn wood logs only or as multifuel versions which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.

0 When burning smokeless fuels 13.E.2.0 71. County Single Door: Flat Top Version: Model YM-W9301FL (wood) Low Canopy Version: Model YM-W9301LC (wood) High Canopy Version: Model YM-W9301HC (wood) Two Door: Flat Top Versions: Model YM-W9302FL (wood) Low Canopy Versions: Model YM-W9302LC (wood) High Canopy Versions: Model YM-W9302HC (wood) Yeoman Stoves When burning wood 13. † denotes it is a DEFRA Exempted Appliance and can be used in Smoke Control Areas when operated in accordance with the specified conditions of the exemption and burning only the specified fuels in accordance with the manufacturer‟s operating instructions. Refuel periods are 0. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES (continued) Appliances (See Notes above) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency (see introductory Notes 6.1 Dry freestanding roomheaters without boiler.uk 78 . Manual primary air control.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.75 h for wood and 1. Scotland and Northern Ireland are subject to separate legal processes and the installer must verify the status of the exemption in relation to the country of the installation.0 74.4 83.2 76. Devon Single Door: Flat Top Versions: Model YM-W9201FL (wood) Model YM-W9201ERFL (MF) † Low Canopy Versions: Model YM-W9201LC (wood) Model YM-W9201ERLC (MF) † High Canopy Versions: Model YM-W9101HC (wood) Model YM-W9101ERHC (MF) † Two Door: Flat Top Versions: Model YM-W9202FL (wood) Model YM-W9202ERFL (MF) † Low Canopy Versions: Model YM-W9202LC (wood) Model YM-W9202ERLC (MF) † High Canopy Versions: Model YM-W9202HC (wood) Model YM-W9202ERHC (MF) † Yeoman Stoves When burning wood 9. 6.co. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels.75 h for wood and 1.0 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.4) Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) Manufacturers Direct Room Heating % Gross Eff.5 Dry freestanding roomheaters without boiler. Available as wood only versions which can burn wood logs only or as multifuel versions which can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Available as wood only versions which can burn wood logs only or when fitted with the optional multi fuel kit YMA9340CE can burn Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. see www. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning both wood and smokeless fuels. It is important to note that the appliances marked as DEFRA Exempted refers only to England. Manual primary air control.3 and 6. Refuel periods are 0.uksmokecontrolareas.0 When burning smokeless fuels 9. Exemption for the now devolved administrations of Wales.

Automatic control of combustion air. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.8 Freestanding wood pellet stoves.7 84.6 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. 6. continued on next page 79 .2.1 % Gross Eff.3 83. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. 15 kg of pellets. Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 83. Duchessa Duchessa Steel Extraflame S. The fuel burning rates are 2.2 84.5 Freestanding wood pellet stoves. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.4 79. Automatic control of combustion air.6 kg/h and 0. This appliance is classed as “continuous” burning.A Rated Output 8.3 and 6. Hopper holds approx. Time between hopper refills is from 8. 25 kg of pellets.Wood Pellet Stoves Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load Output (see introductory Notes 6. Divina Divina Plus Divina Steel Contessa Irina Extraflame S. Automatic control of combustion air.p.p.8 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.8 h (at part load output).5 kg/h and 0.6 81. The fuel burning rates are 1.A Rated Output 7.0 Part Load 4.1 83.p. Hopper holds approx.7 Part Load 3. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning. Hopper holds approx.A Rated Output 10.4 80. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.5 Part Load Output 3.4) Direct Room Heating Fusion Pellet Stove AGA Rated Output 13. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES .8 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. Freestanding wood pellet stove Automatic control of combustion air.E. 21 kg (Irina and Contessa) and approx 30 kg (Divina models) of pellets. The fuel burning rates are 2. Hopper holds approx. 25 kg of pellets.0 kg/h and 0.6 h (at nominal rated output) to 27. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.5 Karolina Graziosa Extraflame S.8 Freestanding wood pellet stoves.0 Part Load Output 2.

Thelin Echo Pellet Stove Global Pure Energy Solutions Rated Output 6. The fuel burning rates are 2. 28 kg of pellets. 80 . ROOMHEATERS/STOVES .0 Freestanding wood pellet stoves.3 and 6. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.9 h (at nominal rated output) to 23.1 Freestanding wood pellet stove without boiler.Wood Pellet Stoves (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load Output (see introductory Notes 6. 35 kg of pellets Comfort Maxi Extraflame S.p.7 78.8 80. 23 kg of pellets.A Rated Output 10.6 84.4 82. The fuel burning rates are 1.7 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.8 Part Load 3. Hopper holds approx. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.p. Time between hopper refills is from 13.5 % Gross Eff.1 84.2.A Rated Output 8. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. 12 kg of pellets. Hopper holds approx. Automatic control of combustion air.0 Ecologica Extraflame S. Hopper holds approx. Automatic control of combustion air.p.3 Part Load 3.E. Hopper holds approx.6 kg/h and 0. The fuel burning rates are 2.4 79.0 kg/h and 0. Automatic control of combustion air.9 Part Load 3.A Rated Output 6.8 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.4) Direct Room Heating Comfort Mini Comfort P80 Extraflame S.0 86.8 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. Inset wood pellet stoves.0 Inset wood pellet stove. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.0 h (at part load output). Automatic control of combustion air. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.7 Part Load 3. Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 80. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. 6. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning. This appliance is classed as “continuous” burning.5 kg/h and 0.

Hopper holds approx.8 kg/h and 0. Automatic control of combustion air. 30. 16 kg of pellets.9 kg of pellets.These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning. 25.4 84.3 84.6 79. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. Automatic control of combustion air.4 84. Automatic control of combustion air. The fuel burning rates are 1. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES . Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.1 Suite Air Club Air Musa Air MCZ Rated Output 9. Hopper holds approx.5 Freestanding wood pellet stoves.0 kg/h and 0.9 78. Freestanding wood pellet stoves. The fuel burning rates are 1. The fuel burning rates are 2. Freestanding wood pellet stoves. Automatic control of combustion air.5 kg of pellets. 6.9 87.6 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.6 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. 19. Ego Air Star Air MCZ Rated Output 8.56 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.1 81 .6 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. Hopper holds approx.6 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.0 Part Load 2.3 and 6.5 Part Load 2. Freestanding wood pellet stoves.4) Direct Room Heating Solar Gea MCZ Rated Output 8.Wood Pellet Stoves (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load Output (see introductory Notes 6.9 87. The fuel burning rates are 2.6 87.6 % Gross Eff.3 kg/h and 0.4 83. 30.1 Suite Comfort Air Club Comfort Air Musa Comfort Air MCZ Rated Output 11.0 Modulo MCZ Rated Output 8. Automatic control of combustion air.8 kg of pellets. The fuel burning rates are 2.5 Part Load 2. Hopper holds approx. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.7 Part Load 2.E.2.8 kg of pellets. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning. Hopper holds approx. Appliances (See Notes above) Manufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes above) 84.97 kg/h and 0. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.9 kg/h and 0. Freestanding wood pellet stoves.5 Part Load 2.

032 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 57m3 . or: (b) There is a pro-rata reduction of the direct room heating output as described in paragraph (b) above.022 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 85m 3 .06 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 85m 3 . In the case of (b) it will be necessary to determine whether any supplementary heating surface will be needed in the room in which the roomheater is installed.02 kW/ m Modern new build construction or houses that have been significantly improved to comply with current energy efficiency requirements. typically 1950's or earlier that have not had significant improvements to the thermal elements such as double glazing. typically 1990's construction or older properties that have been insulated to a reasonable standard. burn less fuel and require less frequent refuelling. In these cases outputs are given under alternative conditions of working. of course.0. This is particularly the case when: (a) The "direct room heating" output of the roomheater is close to the calculated heat requirement of a room. The output shown against each appliance assumes its use with doors closed. If the appliance is installed in a room having a heat requirement in excess of the direct room heating output.0. in which case the boiler output will be correspondingly less. Installation of a radiator in the same room as the appliance gives the user greater control over the total heat input to the room and thus provides for economy in running costs.07 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 57m3 .0.The following notes are intended to assist the technically minded in using the figures given in this section. 3 For rooms of about 28m 3 .05 kW/ m Moderately well insulated houses. hopper fed or mechanically fed and will identify the type of fuel it is designed to burn. but according to the insulation and exposure of the room and the temperature requirements.3. See introductory Note 2. In consequence final selection should not be made without specialist advice. These appliances give their heat output in two forms: (a) Radiation and Convection for direct room heating. Some roomheaters are fitted with boiler flue dampers which vary the proportion of space heating output to water heating output. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS A wider range of appliance types is now available following the introduction of wood pellet fired appliances to the UK market place. a room heating allowance of not less than the following should be taken: Poorly insulated properties. then an appropriate amount of radiator surface must be installed in the same room.0. continued on next page 82 .014 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 57m3 .F.0. (b) Hot water from the boiler which is available for domestic use and/or radiators.1. 3 For rooms of about 28m 3 . it will. In making a preliminary selection of an appliance. 3 For rooms of about 28m 3 . The rated outputs shown against each roomheater are based on the performance with a standard test fuel and doors closed under test conditions which provide for a four-hourly refuelling interval for smokeless fuels and a 1½ hourly refueling interval for wood logs.011 kW/ m The precise value varies appreciably not only with size.0. APPLICATION . or it is installed or operated with a domestic hot water and/or central heating load which is less than the rated output of the boiler. For boiler water heating the following commonly used figures are the lowest which should be taken in making a preliminary selection of an appliance: Domestic Hot Water .2kW Approximate area of radiator and pipe-work transmission . If the appliance is installed in a smaller room than the largest it could serve. loft and wall insulation. The appliance will burn less fuel and require less frequent re-fuelling if: (a) (b) it is installed in a smaller room (or a room having a lower heat loss) than the largest it can serve. Account should be taken of the conditions outlined in (a) when determining the domestic hot water and/or central heating load that can be served by the boiler.0.013 kW/ m 3 For rooms of about 85m 3 .5kW/m2 It may be assumed as an approximation that over a range of burning rates the proportions of direct room heating and water heating follow the same ratio as the rated output figures shown against each appliance. together with double glazing and draught sealing. Exceptions are noted in the "Manufacturer's Remarks" column.0. As well as the „Manufacturers Remarks„ column showing whether the appliance is Freestanding or Inset the column will also sho w whether the appliance is batch fed.0.0. except in the case of hopper feed appliances which have a six-hourly refuelling interval.

The type of thermostat for each appliance is indicated by a note in the "Manufacturer's Remarks" column. ie with the boiler damper either closed or open. This type of control tends to produce a fluctuating roomheating and boiler output dependent on the water temperature and therefore. The thermostat does not respond to changes in room temperature but aims to maintain reasonably constant pre-selected water temperature. the boiler. on the demand for hot water for radiators and domestic use which affects the water temperature.3). (c) Water temperature control where the burning rate is controlled by a thermostat having the heat sensitive phial in. or on. It is particularly useful on appliances which have a low direct room heating output and a relatively high hot water output from the boiler.F. However the control only responds very slightly to changes in room temperature and not at all to changes in hot water for radiators and domestic hot water. if satisfactory service under conditions of -1°C outside temperature is to be obtained. This type of control tends to produce a steady output by responding to the roomheater body temperature and so compensates for changes in the firebed. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS (continued) The appliance selected should be one capable of meeting the particular space heating and hot water requirements together under one of the conditions set down. continued on next page 83 . There are three types of combustion control used on appliances in this Section: (a) Manual control where the user turns the control up or down according to need which gives a changing output over a period of several hours due to changes in the firebed (b) Body temperature control where the burning rate is thermostatically controlled by a thermostat having the heat sensitive phial in close proximity to the body of the roomheater. In the case of boilers which have narrow waterways the remark 'Suitable for indirect hot water systems only' is added (see Introductory Note 7.

Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 76.2 4.3 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Aga Minsterley Boiler Stove AGA When burning Wood 3. Refuel periods are 1.1 67.3 68.3 and 6. Aga Much Wenlock Boiler AGA When burning wood 2. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.5h for wood and 4h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.6 7. Thermostatic primary air control. in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels) and Table C (Natural Smokeless Fuels) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this `Guide' and wood logs as specified in BS EN 13240 or when tested to BS 14785 in conformity with that standard. Manual primary air control. These exempted appliances are designated thus † in this list.2.4 4.5 When burning smokeless fuels 5.F. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. 84 .7 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Thermostatic primary air control. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.8 When burning smokeless fuels 3. together with a note in the Manufacture‟s Remarks column for easy recognition. Refer to the Manufacturer's Remarks column for these variations. It should be noted that bituminous coal and wood in any of its forms including pellets is not by law permitted to be burned on appliances in Smoke Control Areas. 6. Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Aga Berrington Boiler Stove AGA When burning wood 3.8 4.0 7. as approved closed appliance fuels.7 When burning smokeless fuels 1.5 73. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS (continued) APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed.2 Freestanding multi-fuel stove.5 65. Refuel periods are 1.4) Direct Room Heating Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 21) Water % Gross Eff. Refuel periods are 1.5 70. except where the appliance has been exempted under Section II (4) of the Clean Air Act.3 4. 1956.5h for wood and 4h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.5h for wood and 4h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.

3 and 6.1 kW direct room heating.6 67. Water temperature thermostat. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide. When fitted with boiler reduction brick. J.4) Direct Room Heating Country 16B MkII Multi-fuel A. J. A.2 67. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.5 h for wood to give the rated outputs shown.4 13.1 10. Refuel period is 1.3 8. Freestanding wood burning stove with boiler.6 Freestanding wood burning stove with boiler. Burns wood logs only.0h for smokeless fuels to give the rated output shown. When burning wood 7.2. This appliance is classed as “continuous” when burning wood.F.6 72.6 When burning smokeless fuels 6. the outputs are reduced to 8. Wells & Sons When burning wood only 9. Refuel periods are 1. 6. (at a gross efficiency of 71. Thermostatic primary air control. Wells & Sons When burning smokeless fuels 3. Wells & Sons Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 21) Water % Gross Eff.5 h for wood and 4 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Refuel period is 1.9 Inset. Thermostatic primary air control. 2. J. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.2 12. Wells & Sons Charnwood LA 30iB When burning smokeless fuels 2. This appliance is classed as “continuous” when burning both smokeless fuels and wood.0 9. Thermostatic primary air control.. Burns wood logs only.0 71.0 67. J.3 8.3%). Water temperature thermostat.5 h for wood to give the rated outputs shown.5 Inset.7 6. Refuel period is 4.8kW boiler.9 Charnwood LA 50iB 2. This appliance is classed as “continuous” when burning wood.3 continued on next page 85 . Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide.1 71. Charnwood LA 45iB A. Wells & Sons When burning wood only 7. Charnwood Island IIIB A.1 67. Refuel period is 4.0h for smokeless fuels to give the rated output shown.9 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. J. Country 16B MkII Woodburner A.

86 . Dunsley Highlander 8 Central Heating Boiler Dunsley Heat Ltd. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide. Burns wood logs only. Burn wood logs only.0 h to give the rated output shown.6 73. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.7 Freestanding wood burning stoves.1 9.1 75. Stratford SEB20 Boiler Arada Ltd When burning Smokeless fuels 8. Refuel period is 1.9 3.0 h for wood and 4 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Thermostatic primary air control.0 69.6 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Refuel periods are 0. Termorosella Plus Termonicoletta La Nordica S. This appliance is classed as “Intermittent” when burning wood and “continuous” when burning smokeless fuels. These appliances are classed as “intermittent”.7 67.9 h to give the rated outputs shown.6 6. This appliance is classed as intermittent.3 68.9 5.0 69.5 h for wood and 4 h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown. Thermostatic primary air control. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. This appliance is classed as “continuous” when burning both smokeless fuels and wood. Thermostatic primary air control.A. Manual primary air control.8 7. Solution 500 Boiler Clearview Stoves When burning wood only 2.0 12. When burning wood only 6.4) Direct Room Heating Charnwood Cove 2B A. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. J. Refuel period is 2. Refuel periods are 1.8 Freestanding stove.3 Freestanding stove.1 74.5 h to give the rated outputs shown.2. When burning wood 4. Thermostatic primary air control.8 When burning smokeless fuels 3. 6. Wells & Sons Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 21) Water % Gross Eff. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.F. When burning wood 3.p.4 When burning smokeless fuels 7.0 7. Refuel periods are 1.3 and 6..8 Freestanding multi-fuel stove.

Water temperature thermostat.4 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide. 87 . Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide.9 Parkray Cumbria 111 " " " " 1.5 69.7 68.7 9.4 12. 111G Mk.3 and 6. Inset. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide. Refuel period is 4.7 9. Water temperature thermostat.0 11.2. 6.4 68.4 70.1 67. O=open Direct Room Heating Parkray G Series: 99G Parkray Ltd . Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide.1 .0h for smokeless fuels to give the rated output shown. Refuel period is 4.2. Has chrome iron centre grate.0h for smokeless fuels to give the rated output shown.0h for smokeless fuels to give the rated output shown. Inset.6 " " " " " " TRH 45 Trianco Heating Products Ltd 1. (See Introductory Note 5.2).2.0 Parkray Cumbria 99 " " " " 1.3 0.0h for smokeless fuels to give the rated output shown. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. II " " " " 2. Appliances Maufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 21) Water % Gross Eff.F.4) Damper: C=closed.2 8.2). (See Introductory Note 5. Water temperature thermostat.9 11. Inset. Has chrome iron centre grate.7 74. C. Refuel period is 4. Refuel period is 4.

88 .F. Thermostaticl primary air control.3 68.5h for wood and 4h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.6 7.3 and 6. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. Refuel periods are 1.5h for wood and 4h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.2 4. Ashling Boiler Stove Waterford Stanley When burning wood 3. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood.5 70. This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood and continuous when burning smokeless fuels.7 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.4) Damper: C=closed.5 70.7 When burning smokeless fuels 1.5h for wood and 4h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.4 4.2. Thermostatic primary air control.0 76. Grainne Boiler Solid Fuel Stove Waterford Stanley When burning wood 3.5 65. Refuel periods are 1. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods are 1. Tara Boiler Waterford Stanley When burning wood 2. Thermostatic primary air control. O=open Direct Room Heating Appliances Maufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 21) Water % Gross Eff.0 76.2 Freestanding multi-fuel stove.3 4.8 When burning smokeless fuels 3. Erin Boiler Stove Waterford Stanley When burning wood 3. Refuel periods are 1.3 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. 6.5 73.8 4.5h for wood and 4h for smokeless fuels to give the rated outputs shown.4 4. Manual primary air control.5 When burning smokeless fuels 5.3 Freestanding multi-fuel stove. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.1 67.2 4. Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 7. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.8 When burning smokeless fuels 3.

Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.F.7 Part Load Output 1. 89 .0 17.5 Tested to EN 14785 Freestanding wood pellet stoves with boiler.Wood Pellet Stoves Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load Output (see introductory Notes) Damper: C=closed.1 77.r. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS . 40 kg of pellets.6 80.66 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.5 Part Load Output 0.5 20.5 6. The fuel burning rates are 3.3 76.5 9. 45 kg (Ideal) and 50 kg (Max) of pellets.4 78.88 kg/h and 1.l Water % Gross Eff. Automatic control of combustion air. Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 21) Nominal Rated Output 6.5 75.75 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. O=open Direct Room Heating Termo Jutta Cola S. 26 kg of pellets.8 Tested to EN 14785 Freestanding wood pellet stoves with boiler. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.27 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. Hopper holds approx.l Nominal Rated Output 1. Termo Max Termo Ideal Cola S.8 3.r. Hopper holds approx.l Nominal Rated Output 3.37 kg/h and 1. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.65 kg/h and 1.r. Automatic control of combustion air.1 78.2 5. The fuel burning rates are 5.3 Part Load Output 2. Automatic control of combustion air. Hopper holds approx. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. The fuel burning rates are 5. Termo Orion Cola S.9 Tested to EN 14785 Freestanding wood pellet stoves with boiler.

O=open Direct Room Heating Comfort Idro Extraflame S. Automatic control of combustion air. 90 . ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS . Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. 43 kg of pellets.8 Freestanding wood pellet stove with boiler. Hopper holds approx.4 19. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.Wood Pellet Stoves (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load Output (see introductory Notes) Damper: C=closed.0 Part Load Output 1.6 8. This appliance is classed as “continuous” burning. The fuel burning rates are 2.p.A Water % Gross Eff. This appliance is classed as “continuous” burning. Lucrezia Idro Lucrezia Idro Steel Extraflame S.8 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.A Nominal Rated Output 3.0 88.5 86.5 Inset wood pellet stove with boiler. The fuel burning rates are 5. Automatic control of combustion air.5 83. Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 21) Nominal Rated Output 4.3 2. 22 kg of pellets.8 kg/h and 0.6 Part Load Output 0.5 4.0 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. Hopper holds approx.F.0 kg/h and 1.p.3 85.

6 10. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.9 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.0 Tested to BS EN 14785 Freestanding wood pellet stoves with boiler.4 3. 30.3 kg/h and 0. Suite Hydro 15 Club Hydro 15 Musa Hydro 15 MCZ Nominal Rated Output 2.8 kg of pellets. Hopper holds approx.9 Tested to BS EN 14785 Freestanding wood pellet stoves with boiler. The fuel burning rates are 3. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. O=open Direct Room Heating Water % Gross Eff. Hopper holds approx.28 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.2 86.5 16.0 85.9 kg of pellets. 36 kg of pellets. Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 21) Nova Hydro Polar Hydro Athos Hydro MCZ Nominal Rated Output 7. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS .2 Part Load Output 2. Automatic control of combustion air.3 88. Automatic control of combustion air.7 88.95 kg/h and 1.7 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.Wood Pellet Stoves (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load Output (see introductory Notes) Damper: C=closed.5 84.5 3.1 Tested to BS EN 14785 Freestanding wood pellet stoves with boiler.0 Part Load Output 1.1 2.0 Part Load Output 1. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning. The fuel burning rates are 4. The fuel burning rates are 2. Hopper holds approx.F.7 85. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. 25. Automatic control of combustion air.4 13. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning. Ego Hydro Star Hydro MCZ Nominal Rated Output 1.4 kg/h and 0. continued on next page 91 .

Hopper holds approx.0 kg/h (090) at full load and 1.0 Part Load Output 1. 120 Nominal Rated Output 1.F.6 Part Load Output 0.0 kg/h at part load to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.Wood Pellet Stoves (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load Output (see introductory Notes) Damper: C=closed.6 kg/h and 0. O=open Direct Room Heating Water % Gross Eff.7 4. Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm.7 88.9 kg/h to give the respective rated and part load outputs shown.0 87. Automatic control of combustion air. Automatic control of combustion air.0 85.8 Part Load Output 0. FireWIN Klassik.4 3. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.7 4. ROOMHEATERS/STOVES WITH BOILERS .6 Tested to EN 14785 Freestanding wood pellet stoves with boiler. The fuel burning rates are 4.3 18.8 kg of pellets.5 88. 37 kg of pellets.0 Tested to BS EN 14785 Freestanding wood pellet stoves with boiler.6 kg/h (120) and 2.1 88.4 10. These appliances are classed as “continuous” burning.0 87.6 92 . Designed to burn high quality wood pellets of approx 6 to 8 mm diameter and maximum length of 30 mm. Premium and Exklusiv 090 Windhager Nominal Rated Output 1. Hopper holds approx. 30. Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturer's Remarks (See Notes page 21) Suite Hydro 22 Club Hydro 22 Musa Hydro 22 MCZ Nominal Rated Output 4. The fuel burning rates are 2.3 7.

Where they have not met this requirement they are classed as “intermittent”. Alternative grates are provided for wood and smokeless fuels. together with a note in the Manufacture‟s Remarks column for easy recognition. Where wood logs are specified they are to standard given in BS EN 12815.9 72. It should be noted that bituminous coal and wood in any of its forms including pellets is not by law permitted to be burned on appliances in Smoke Control Areas. as approved closed appliance fuels.2 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. SPECIAL NOTE: Where these appliances were tested as continuous burning appliances against BSEN 12815 which requires a minimum refuelling period at low output of 10h for wood and 12h for smokeless fuels this is noted in the Remarks column.0 h This appliance is classed as “continuous” 93 .2 1.4 No boiler when burning smokeless fuels 4.8 1. Refuel periods for wood 1h and smokeless fuels 2h to give rated output This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Rayburn Cookmaster 300 W AGA when burning wood logs 5.G. Refuel periods for wood 1h and smokeless fuels 2h to give rated output This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Rayburn Cookmaster 200 SFW AGA when burning wood logs 5. except where the appliance has been exempted under Section II (4) of the Clean Air Act.8 74. in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels).5) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this `Guide'. G1.2 No boiler 68. 1956.5kW Rated Output (kW) and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output Appliance Manufacturer Direct Room Heating Rayburn Heatranger 212 SFW AGA Water % Gross Efficiency Remarks when burning wood logs 3.1 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels only as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.0 77. COOKERS. Refuel period to give the rated output shown is 1. These exempted appliances are designated thus † in this list.2 Burns wood logs only. Table C (Natural Smokeless Fuels) and Table D (Bituminous Coal) (see Introductory Note 4. WITHOUT BOILERS OR WITH DOMESTIC BOILERS WITH OUTPUT NOT EXCEEDING 3.4 No boiler 65.9 when burning smokeless fuels 4. COOKERS – FREESTANDING APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed.

5 2. Refuel period to give the rated output shown is 1.7 No boiler 62.0 h This appliance is classed as “intermittent” Burns wood logs only.A.5kW (continued) Rated Output (kW) and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output Appliances Manufacturers Direct Room Heating Water % Gross Efficiency (Mean) Remarks Esse WN Esse Engineering Ltd.6 67.p. COOKERS.6 h This appliance is classed as “continuous” Esse Ironheart EW Esse Engineering Ltd. Refuel period to give the rated output shown is 1. when burning wood logs 9. WITHOUT BOILERS OR WITH DOMESTIC BOILERS WITH OUTPUT NOT EXCEEDING 3. when burning wood logs 8.7 Burns wood logs only. when burning wood logs 10.0 No boiler 67.8 94 .8 Burns wood logs only.3 h This appliance is classed as “intermittent” Suprema La Nordica S. Refuel period to give the rated output shown is 1. Refuel period to give the rated output shown is 1.0 h This appliance is classed as “intermittent” America La Nordica S.8 Burns wood logs only.G1.6 no boiler 68. when burning wood logs 5.0 h This appliance is classed as “intermittent” Esse Ironheart EWB Esse Engineering Ltd.p. Refuel period to give the rated output shown is 1.0 no boiler 70.5 Burns wood logs only. when burning wood logs 11.A.

2 S = 1.6 Rayburn Heatranger 345 W AGA when burning wood logs W = 5.2 W = 5.9 70.5 7. Refuel periods to give rated output are:winter setting=1.0 h This appliance is classed as “intermittent” Termorosa La Nordica S.6 S = 4.5h This appliance is classed as “continuous” burning Esse W35 Esse Engineering Ltd.3 when burning smokeless fuels W = 5. winter setting=2h.0 S = 4.1 S = 7.p.8 S = 7.2 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only.3 65.1 S = 6. Refuel periods to give rated output are:winter setting=1.5 W = 3.A.6 when burning smokeless fuels 71.8 65.5 11.6 W = 9.3 Burns wood logs only.4 68.A. Refuel period to give the rated output shown is1.9 Burns wood logs only.0 71.0 S = 8.p. Refuel periods to give rated output are:1) for smokeless fuels. when burning wood logs 8.5h.5Kw OUTPUT These cookers provide a cooking service and a boiler for combined heating and hot water. During summer use the boiler may be modified to reduce boiler output.0h This appliance is classed as “continuous” burning Termosuprema compact La Nordica S. when burning wood logs 6.G2.7 Burns wood logs only. summer setting =1h This appliance is classed as “continuous” burning. Manufacturer‟s Remarks as above Rayburn Heatranger 216 SFW AGA when burning wood logs W = 4.7 S = 3. Refuel period to give the rated output shown is1.1 W = 4.7 65.7 S = 3.1 W = 9.0h.7 Burns wood logs only.1 W = 9.0 S = 3.4 S = 5.5 68. when burning wood logs W = 4. COOKERS WITH CENTRAL HEATING BOILERS ABOVE 3.3 S = 4. Rated Output (kW) and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output Appliances Manufacturers W=Winter Setting S=Summer Setting Direct Room Heating % Gross Efficiency (Mean) Remarks Water Rayburn Heatranger 355 SFW AGA when burning wood logs W = 5.2 68. summer setting =1. summer setting =1. summer setting=3h 2) for wood logs. winter setting=3h.0 h This appliance is classed as “intermittent” 95 .2 W = 10.

COOKERS WITH CENTRAL HEATING BOILERS ABOVE 3. winter setting=1h. This appliance is classed as “continuous” burning when burning smokeless fuels and “intermittent” when burning wood logs.7 5.0 h for wood logs and 2.4 66.3 Burns manufactured and natural smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this guide and wood logs only.3 W = 13.3 W = 10.5 70.5 66.3 Burns wood logs only. During summer use the boiler may be modified to reduce boiler output. Donard Wood Burning Cooker Waterford Stanley when burning wood logs 5. Refuel periods to give the rated outputs are 1.7 S = 6. summer setting =1h This appliance is classed as “intermittent” when burning wood Stanley Errigal Solid Fuel Cooker Waterford Stanley when burning wood logs 5.9 60.4 S = 7. Refuel period to give rated output is 2.5 7.6 When burning smokeless fuel 4.2 S = 4.4 h.0 h This appliance is classed as “continuous” operating when burning smokeless fuels.5 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide and wood logs only. Refuel periods to give rated output are 1.5Kw OUTPUT (continued) These cookers provide a cooking service and a boiler for combined heating and hot water.8 69.5 62. Stanley Comeragh Solid Fuel Cooker Waterford Stanley when burning smokeless fuels 5.0 S = 4. This appliance is classed as “continuous” burning.2 when burning smokeless fuels W = 8.7 7.6 Burns Manufactured and Natural Smokeless fuels as approved for closed appliances in Part 2 of this Guide. winter setting=2h. Refuel periods to give rated output are:1) for smokeless fuels. 96 . summer setting=2h 2) for wood logs. Rated Output (kW) and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output Appliances Manufacturers W=Winter Setting S=Summer Setting Direct Room Heating % Gross Efficiency (Mean) Remarks Water Stanley Donard Waterford Stanley when burning wood logs W = 5.0 h for smokeless fuels.6 8.G2.

Refer to the Manufacturer‟s Remarks column for variations including woodburning and appliances that are designed to burn only specialized wood pellets. Continued on next page 97 . 1956. paragraph 2. If the boiler is connected to the chimney by a one metre long fluepipe. its method of feeding and the siting and use to which the appliance is to be put. J1. INDEPENDENT BOILERS SPECIAL NOTE The rated output of independent boilers indicates the heat released to water and may or may not take account of the additional useful heat released as direct space heating to the room in which the appliance is installed depending on the standard to which the appliance has been tested. Factory Made Chimneys and Chimney Lining Systems. particularly paragraph 2. as approved closed appliance fuels. These exempted appliances are designated thus † in this list. All boilers will be fitted with thermostats for control of water temperatur es and overheating of the system will be protected by safety temperature limi ters. J2 and J3 BATCH FED INDEPENDENT BOILERS Boilers listed in this section are designed as hot water generator s for providing both central heating and domestic hot water services through the heating control of a fully pumped system. With these larger boilers the installation of the hot water system will usually require a heat storage boiler (accumulator) and energy management control. For the selection of suitable chimneys see the Introduction to Part 3.J. For each appliance the Manufacturer‟s Remarks column gives the specific standard used for testing. Larger batch fed boilers are often designed for installation in their own boiler room. In cold weather a generally faster burning rate results in more direct space heating. except where the appliance has been exempted under Section II (4) of the Clean Air Act. Manufac turers will provide all the necessary technical information regarding this in their installation and operating instructions. APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are listed. the boiler itself may provide space heating to the room by up to 6% of the published water heating rating. Rated outputs are based on the heat given to water and the efficie ncy values are direct water heating efficiencies (see also special note at the beginning of section J). the useful direct space heating increases by about 1 kW for small domestic hot water boilers and up to 2kW for larger boilers. It should be noted that bituminous coal and wood in any of its forms including pellets is not by law permitted to be burned on appliances in Smoke Control Areas. The choice depends on the fuels they burn. together with a note in the Manufacture‟s Remarks column for easy recognition. Where the standard requires a direct space heating output to the living area to be measured this will also be quoted and will be included in the gross efficiency figure. Boilers in this Section may be tested to a number of accepted standards. in Table B (Manufactured Smokeless Fuels) and Table C (Natural Smokeless Fuels) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this „Guide‟. Domestic hot water must always be heated via an indirect cylinder. See also the Introductory Notes section 4. The actual amount of direct space heating provided at any time will vary with the rate at which a boiler is run. In addition to heating water.

Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Orligno 200 18kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr. 25. Continued on next page 98 .0 82. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished. 6.2. Front loading.4) Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW Gross Eff. % Tested to EN 303-5 E-Classic 2400 IR Central Boiler Inc. Refuel period is approximately 9.0 82. Burns wood logs only.6 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for outdoor installation only.J1. Manual refuelling. 18.4 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room.0 77. Burns wood logs only.7h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox. J2 and J3 BATCH FED INDEPENDENT BOILERS (continued) Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. by Eco Angus Ltd.5 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. Thermostatically controlled air supply.9h to give the maximum rated output shown (75 kW). Manual refuelling. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished. Front loading. Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Orligno 200 25kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr.3 and 6. 75.4h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox. by Eco Angus Ltd. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. Burns wood logs only. Manual refuelling. Front loading. Refuel period is 4. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. Refuel period is approximately 10.

Refuel period is approximately 10. J2 and J3 BATCH FED INDEPENDENT BOILERS (continued) Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Front loading. Front loading. Refuel period is approximately 11. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished. Burns wood logs only. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system.2 80.4 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. by Eco Angus Ltd.3 and 6.9 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room.2. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished.9h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox. 56. Burns wood logs only.J1. Continued on next page 99 . % Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Orligno 200 40kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr.4) Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW Gross Eff. by Eco Angus Ltd.7 82. Manual refuelling. 37.2h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox. Manual refuelling. Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Orligno 200 60kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr. 6.

0 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. Manual refuelling. Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Super 18kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr. 6. J2 and J3 BATCH FED INDEPENDENT BOILERS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.J1.4 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. Burns wood logs only. Manual refuelling.3 and 6. 18. Front loading. by Eco Angus Ltd.2.7h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox. Refuel period is approximately 9. Continued on next page 100 . A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished. 78. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. % Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Orligno 200 80kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr.4) Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW Gross Eff. Burns wood logs only.3h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished. Refuel period is approximately 13.0 83. Front loading. by Eco Angus Ltd.0 82.

0 82.4 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. Burns wood logs only. Manual refuelling. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished. by Eco Angus Ltd. 37. Burns wood logs only. % Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Super 25kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr. Manual refuelling.5 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Super 40kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr.7 82.J1. J2 and J3 BATCH FED INDEPENDENT BOILERS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.4) Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW Gross Eff. Refuel period is approximately 10. 25.4h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. by Eco Angus Ltd. 6. Refuel period is approximately 10.3 and 6. Continued on next page 101 . Front loading.9h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished. Front loading.2.

Manual refuelling. J2 and J3 BATCH FED INDEPENDENT BOILERS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.J1.2h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox.4) Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW Gross Eff.3 and 6. 78. Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Super 80kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr.0 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room.2 80. Manual refuelling.3h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox. Continued on next page 102 . Burns wood logs only. by Eco Angus Ltd.0 83. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished. % Tested to EN 303-5 Angus Super 60kW Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr. Front loading. Burns wood logs only.2. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. Refuel period is approximately 13. 56. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished. 6. by Eco Angus Ltd.9 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. Front loading. Refuel period is approximately 11.

Manual refuelling. 6.9h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox.3 and 6. 22. Manual refuelling. Front loading. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only. J2 and J3 BATCH FED INDEPENDENT BOILERS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. % Tested to EN 303-5 Orlan 23 W (Angus Orlan 23) Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr. 32. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished.8 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. 103 .2. Refuel period is approximately 8.J1. by Eco Angus Ltd.1h to give the maximum rated output shown with a full firebox.2 76.8 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. Tested to EN 303-5 Orlan 35 W (Angus Orlan 35) Eko-Vimar Orlanski Distr.4) Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW Gross Eff. by Eco Angus Ltd. Refuel period is approximately 10. Front loading. Combustion is controlled via the boiler water temperature and a flue gas sensor ensures automatic shut down of combustion air fan after combustion has finished.0 74.

Burns wood logs only. induced draught fan and motorized air flaps. Front loading.3 and 6. induced draught fan and motorised air flaps. Burns wood logs only. Burns wood logs only. Tested to BS EN 303-5 Turbotec 50 kW HDG Euroheat Distributors 50 81. Manual refuelling.8 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. Automatic combustion control system via Lambda oxygen sensor in flue.7 h to give the maximum rated output shown (50 kW). A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system.4) Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW Gross Eff.2. Refuel period is 6h to give the maximum rated output shown (30 kW). 6. Refuel period is 7h to give the rated output shown (50 kW) A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. Front loading. J2 and J3 BATCH FED INDEPENDENT BOILERS (continued) Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Tested to BS EN 303-5 Euro 30 kW Euro 40 kW Euro 50 kW HDG Euroheat Distributors 30 40 50 82. Automatic combustion control system via Lambda oxygen sensor in flue induced draught fan and motorised air flaps.4 82.7 82.J1. Top loading. Manual refueling. 104 .2 81. Automatic combustion control system via Lambda oxygen sensor in flue. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. Manual refuelling.8 82.8 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room.8 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. % Tested to BS EN 303-5 Navora 20 kW Navora 25 kW Navora 30 kW HDG Euroheat Distributors 20 25 30 82. Refuel period is 3.

0 Refuel periods range from 10 h for the 180 to 4.8 25.5 83. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system.8 h for the 500 to give the maximum rated outputs shown. Manual refuelling. Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room.3 83.7 83. Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room.0 24. Burns wood logs only. Refuel periods are 4.7 82. Manual refuelling. 6.7 82. Front loading.0 31. J2 and J3 BATCH FED INDEPENDENT BOILERS (continued) Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.2.0 82.6 49. Tested to BS EN 303-5 SilvaWIN Windhager Klassik 170T 240T 17. Front loading. Burns wood logs only.0 Automatic combustion control system via a temperature sensor in flue and speed controlled induced draught fan.1 82.4) Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW Gross Eff. induced draught fan and motorised air flaps. A correctly sized accumulator tank must be fitted to the system. 105 . % Tested to BS EN 303-5 LogWIN Windhager Premium 180 250 300 360 500 17.1 h for the 240T to give the maximum rated outputs shown.3 and 6.0 h for the 170T and 3. Automatic combustion control system via Lambda oxygen sensor in flue.J1.1 35.

where hot water service is also required they must be connected to an indirect system.2.0 23. Tested to BS 4433 TRG 45 MkII Trianco Heating Products Ltd 13.6 106 .2 72. listed as approved gravity feed fuels in Table C (Natural Smokeless Fuels) of Part 2 (Fuels) of this 'Guide'. The rated outputs are based on the performance with a standard test fuel with a minimum refuelling interval of 10 hours.5 72. GRAVITY FEED BOILERS WITH THERMOSTAT This section is limited to boilers of up to 50kW.J4. 6. Peas or Beans. Boilers in this section are primarily designed for water based central heating at the rated outputs given.4) Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW % Gross Eff. Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.3 and 6.5 A heat leak radiator must be fitted to the system " " " " " " " " TRG 60 MkII TRG 80 " " " " " " " " 18. APPROVED FUELS Fuels regarded as suitable for the appliances in this section are Anthracite Grains.6 75.

As a result of the high efficiencies at which these boilers can operate the flue temperatures may be much lower than is conventional for solid fuel appliances. Continued on next page 107 . The method of feeding the fire may be from underneath (sometimes called an underfeed stoker) or fuel may ”drop in” from above the firebed or be fed in from the side. The manufacturer is required to provide the necessary technical information regarding the designation of the flue liner or chimney flue that should be installed with the boiler. Larger boilers are often designed for installation in their own boiler room and sometimes they will require an additional separate building to house a large hopper and fuel-feed system. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Manufacturers will provide all the necessary technical information regarding this in their installation and operating instructions. They are designed for providing both central heating and hot water services through the heating controls in a fully pumped system.2.0 80. Capable of continuous operation. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. With these larger boilers the installation of the hot water system will usually require a heat storage buffer (accumulator and energy management controls. Automatic feed. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS The boilers listed in this section are designed to burn only specialized manufactured pelletised wood fuels (wood pellets) or carefully dried and sized wood chips.5 kW.p.4) Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW % Gross Eff. The Standard for testing used is quoted for each appliance. Tested to EN 303-5 LP 20 Extraflame S. Modulating output down to 5. Domestic hot water must always be heated via an indirect cylinder. All boilers will be fitted with thermostats for control of water temperatures and overheating of the system will be protected by safety temperature limiters. 6. Automatic fuel feeding is usually effected by means of a motorized auger from a manually filled storage hopper. The boilers will have electronic control of the output via the fuel feeding rate which will be regulated by the demand for heat placed upon the system.6 Freestanding independent heating boiler.J5. J5. These will where necessary require special systems to tolerate condensate attack and will be soot fire resistant.3 and 6. Burns only compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm. Rated outputs are based on the heat given to water and the efficiency values are direct water heating efficiency except when a Direct Room Heating output is quoted as in the case when testing to BS EN 14785 (see also special note at the beginning of Section J).A 20.

Automatic feed. Modulating output down to 9. Automatic feed. Modulating output down to 4.2.3 and 6. Tested to EN 303-5 TP30 Extraflame S. 108 . Tested to EN 303-5 TC 30 Extraflame S. Capable of continuous operation.5 Freestanding independent heating boiler.A 25. Burns only compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm.p.p.0 Freestanding independent heating boiler.J5. 6.1 83.9 kW.0 84. Capable of continuous operation.A 30.4) Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW % Gross Eff. Burns only compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air.0 kW. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS (continued) Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.

0 Part Load Output 8.8 85. Automatic feed. by Econergy Nominal Rated Output 35.0 Part Load Output 8. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Automatic feed.4 85.0 Part Load Output 14.6 Freestanding independent heating boiler.4 82.3 and 6. Tested to EN 303-5 Fröling Turbomatic TMC 48 (Wood Chip) Fröling Distr. Capable of continuous operation. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm or wood chip. TMC 28 (Compressed Wood Pellets) Nominal Rated Output 28.4 Freestanding independent heating boiler.0 Part Load Output 10.2 85.4 84.5 84.4 83. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm or wood chip.J5. by Econergy Nominal Rated Output 48.1 82.9 82.0 Part Load Output 14. 6.0 109 . Tested to EN 303-5 Fröling Turbomatic TMC 28 (Wood Chip) Fröling Distr.1 TMC 48 (Compressed Wood Pellets) Nominal Rated Output 48. Capable of continuous operation. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm or wood chip.2 85. Automatic feed.4) Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW % Gross Eff. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load (see introductory Notes 6.5 82.0 Part Load Output 10.4 82. Tested to EN 303-5 Fröling Turbomatic TMC 35 (Wood Chip) Fröling Distr.2.5 Freestanding independent heating boiler. by Econergy Nominal Rated Output 28.1 TMC 35 (Compressed Wood Pellets) Nominal Rated Output 35. Capable of continuous operation.

7 83.0 Part Load Output 16.0 TMC 85 (Compressed Wood Pellets) Nominal Rated Output 85.0 Part Load Output 25. by Econergy Nominal Rated Output 70.2.0 Part Load Output 21.0 Part Load Output 21.5 83. Automatic feed. Capable of continuous operation.9 85. Tested to EN 303-5 Fröling Turbomatic TMC 70 (Wood Chip) Fröling Distr. Automatic feed. TMC 55 (Compressed Wood Pellets) Nominal Rated Output 55.5 82. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air.0 Part Load Output 25.0 82. 6. by Econergy Nominal Rated Output 85.0 Freestanding independent heating boiler.0 84. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm or wood chip.4 82.0 Part Load Output 16. Tested to EN 303-5 Fröling Turbomatic TMC 85 (Wood Chip) Fröling Distr.0 84. Capable of continuous operation.1 110 .J5.5 85.1 85. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air.4 Freestanding independent heating boiler. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air.5 83.4) Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW % Gross Eff. Capable of continuous operation.5 85.3 and 6.0 TMC 70 (Compressed Wood Pellets) Nominal Rated Output 70. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm or wood chip. Automatic feed. by Econergy Nominal Rated Output 55. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm or wood chip. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load (see introductory Notes 6. Tested to EN 303-5 Fröling Turbomatic TMC 55 (Wood Chip) Fröling Distr.3 Freestanding independent heating boiler.

Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm or wood chip.0 86.0 83. Automatic feed.9 Freestanding independent heating boiler. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm.4 84. Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boiler. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS (continued) Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load (see introductory Notes 6.2 111 .J5. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air.2 Fröling P4 Pellet 15 Fröling Distr. Capable of continuous operation. by Econergy Nominal Rated Output 10. Capable of continuous operation.3 and 6. Capable of continuous operation. by Econergy Nominal Rated Output 100. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air.3 85. Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boiler.9 Part Load Output 3.4) Appliances Manufacturers Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW % Gross Eff. TMC 100 (Compressed Wood Pellets) Nominal Rated Output 100. Automatic feed. 6.2.3 85.5 Part Load Output 3. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. by Econergy Nominal Rated Output 14. Automatic feed. Tested to EN 303-5 Fröling Turbomatic TMC 100 (Wood Chip) Fröling Distr.1 83.0 Part Load Output 30.8 85.0 Part Load Output 30.1 84. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm.1 Fröling P4 Pellet 8 Fröling Distr.

J5. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS (continued)
Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load (see introductory Notes 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4)

Appliances

Manufacturers

Manufacturers Remarks

Rated Output to water kW

% Gross Eff.

Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boiler. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm. Automatic feed. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Capable of continuous operation. Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boiler. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm. Automatic feed. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Capable of continuous operation. Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boiler. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm. Automatic feed. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Capable of continuous operation.

Fröling P4 Pellet 20

Fröling Distr. by Econergy

Nominal Rated Output 20.0 Part Load Output 6.0

85.0 86.9

Fröling P4 Pellet 25

Fröling Distr. by Econergy

Nominal Rated Output 25.0 Part Load Output 7.5

85.9 87.8

Fröling P4 Pellet 32

Fröling Distr. by Econergy

Nominal Rated Output 32.0 Part Load Output 8.9

86.9 88.6

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Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output and Part Load (see introductory Notes 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4)

Appliances

Manufacturers

Manufacturers Remarks

Rated Output to water kW

% Gross Eff.

Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boiler. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm. Automatic feed. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Capable of continuous operation. Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boiler. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm. Automatic feed. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Capable of continuous operation. Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boiler. Burns compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm. Automatic feed. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Capable of continuous operation.

Fröling P4 Pellet 38

Fröling Distr. by Econergy

Nominal Rated Output 38.0 Part Load Output 8.9

85.7 88.6

Fröling P4 Pellet 48

Fröling Distr. by Econergy

Nominal Rated Output 48.0 Part Load Output 14.4

85.5 86.5

Fröling P4 Pellet 60

Fröling Distr. by Econergy

Nominal Rated Output 58.5 Part Load Output 17.5

85.3 85.5

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Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4)

Appliances

Manufacturers

Manufacturers Remarks

Rated Output to water kW

% Gross Eff.

Tested to BS EN 303-5 Pelletmaster 15 HDG Euroheat Distributors 15 84.1 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. Burns only compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm.. Automatic feed. Automatic combustion control system via Lambda oxygen sensor in flue. Induced draught variable speed fan and motorized secondary air flaps. Capable of continuous operation. Modulating output down to 4.5 kW. A correctly sized accumulator tank is recommended to be fitted to the system for optimal operation. Tested to BS EN 303-5 Compact 50 (Wood Chip) HDG Euroheat Distributors 50 83.4 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room. Burns wood chips only. Automatic feed. Automatic combustion control system via Lambda oxygen sensor in flue, induced draught variable speed fan and motorised air flaps. Capable of continuous operation. Modulating output down to 12 kW. A correctly sized accumulator tank is recommended to be fitted to the system for optimal operation.

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A correctly sized accumulator tank is recommended to be fitted to the system for optimal operation. Modulating output down to 15 kW. Tested to BS EN 303-5 Compact 50 (Compressed Wood Pellets) HDG Euroheat Distributors 50 85 Freestanding independent heating boiler designed for installation in boiler room.2. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS (continued) Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. 6.J5. 115 . Capable of continuous operation. Automatic feed. induced draught variable speed fan and motorised air flaps.3 and 6. Automatic combustion control system via Lambda oxygen sensor in flue. Burns only compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm.4) Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW % Gross Eff.

Automatic feed.4 kW (150).7 h to 46. 85.3 Nominal Rated Output 26.0 86.3 84.0 kW (100).7 Capable of continuous operation. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS (continued) Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air.0 Nominal Rated Output 15.6 84. Premium and Exklusiv Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boilers.3 h of continuous operation at full and minimum output respectively.2 150 Windhager 210 85. VarioWIN 12 Premium D VarioWIN 12 Exklusiv S VarioWIN 12 Exklusiv P VarioWIN 12 Exklusiv D Windhager Nominal Rated Output 12.5 kW (260). Modulating output down to 3. Modulating output down to 3.3 and 6.8 85. 4.4 Nominal Rated Output 21. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air. Burn only compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm.3 kW (210) and 7. 6.0 Part Load Output 3.J5. 6.0 Tested to EN 303-5 Freestanding independent heating boiler. 85.9 85.2.0 Part Load Output 6.7 Capable of continuous operation.0 Part Load Output 4. Burns only compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm.5 86. 100 Nominal Rated Output 10.0 Part Load Output 7.4) Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW % Gross Eff.0 Part Load Output 3.8 260 86. BioWIN Klassik.6 116 . Automatic feed.6 kW. The integral fuel hopper will provide from 13.

J5.0 kW (25).3 and 6.0 Part Load Output 8.0 Freestanding independent heating boiler. Burn only compressed wood pellets of approximately 6 to 8mm diameter and maximum length 30mm.2 79.0 kW (15).9 81.0 Part Load Output 14.2.1 117 .0 Nominal Rated Output 25. Automatic ignition and control of combustion air.8 84. AUTOMATIC FEED INDEPENDENT BOILERS FIRED BY WOOD PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS (continued) Appliances Manufacturers Rated Output kW and Gross Efficiency at Nominal Output (see introductory Notes 6.0 kW (45).4) Manufacturers Remarks Rated Output to water kW % Gross Eff. Capable of continuous operation.5 Woodpecker 45 84. Tested to EN 303-5 Woodpecker 15 Woodpecker Energy UK Ltd Nominal Rated Output 15.0 Nominal Rated Output 45. Automatic feed. 8.3 Woodpecker 25 84. and 14.0 Part Load Output 5. 6. 83. Modulating output down to 5.

Poland Tel: 0048774005581 Fax: 0048774005596 email: gcz@eko-vimar.J. SW11 4ND Tel: 020 7627 1410 Fax: 020 7622 1078 email: sales@chesneys. Devon.pl C Central Boiler Inc. Web: www.charnwood.uk A J Wells & Sons Ltd Bishops Way. Web: www.com.uk 118 .co. Barley Wood Walled Garden.co. 48-385 Otmuchów.co. Web: www. Web: www.com Broseley Fires Ltd Knights Way.com Web: www.INDEX TO MANUFACTURERS OF SOLID FUEL BURNING APPLIANCES NOTE: enquiries with regard to any of the appliances included in the foregoing list should be made to local appliance distributors or to manufacturers.co. North Somerset. Barnoldswick. 20502 160th Street.uk.pl.com.uk E Esse Engineering Ltd Long Ing. Holmfirth.B.anselmocola.uk. England Tel: 01934 862642 email: Ecoangus@aol. Estate.com D B Be Modern Ltd Western Approach South Shields Tyne & Wear NE33 5QZ Tel: 0191 455 3571Web: www.arada. Worcestershire WR6 5AY Tel: 01885 491100 Fax: 01885 491101 e-mail: info@euroheat. Ludlow Shropshire SY8 1EH Tel: 01588 650401 email: info@clearviewstoves. Web: www. Viale del Lavoro 7/9 37040 Arcole (VR) ITALY Tel: 045 7635780 – 045 6144043 Fax: 045 6144048 email: info@anselmocola. USA Tel: 218-782-2575 Fax: 218-782-2580 Email: jerry@centralBoiler. BS40 5SA.uk Clearview Stoves More Works.) Limited Court Farm Business Park Bishops Frome.com.See Wells. Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire ST4 4TJ Tel: 01782 339000 Fax:: 01782 339009 e-mail: info@bfm-europe.chesneys. Huddersfield Road.dunsleyheat.uk Dovre (distributed by Stovax Ltd) Falcon Road.esse.co.com Dunsley Heat Ltd Bridge Mills.uk Web: www.dovre.aga-web.co. Somerset TA9 4NG Tel: 01934 750500 Fax: 01173 156207 e-mail: info@eurostove. Web: www. Web: www.com.com Arada Ltd The Fireworks.com BFM Europe Ltd Trentham Lakes.l. Battlefield Enterprise Park. Sowton Ind.eurostove.r.S. Mendip Industrial Estate.centralboiler.uk.euroheat.uk. A.cleanburn-stoves.co.com. Colne Lancs BB18 6BN Tel: 01282 813235 Fax: 01282 816876 Web: www. Web: www.uk Eurostove Ltd – Westfire Unit 55. MN 56726.com.Eko-Vimar Orlanski Nyska Street 176.bemodern.bfm-europe.co. Telford Shropshire TF1 5AQ Tel: 01952 642000 Fax: 01952 222048 Web: www.com C(continued) Clean Burn Stoves Ltd (See Address and Tel/Fax for Hunter Stoves Ltd) e-mail: info@cleanburn-stoves. SY1 3AB Tel: 01743 461444 Fax: 01743 461446 email: sales@broseleyfires. Web: www. Exeter Devon EX2 7LF Tel: 01392 474000 Fax: 01392 219932 email: dovre@stovax.com Euroheat Distributors (H.co.co. EX13 5HU Tel: 01297 35700 Fax: 01297 35900 e-mail: info@arada. Bishops Castle. Newport Isle of Wight PO30 5WS Tel: 01983 537777 Fax: 01983 537788 e-mail: Charnwood@ajwells. Shrewsbury Shropshire.broseleyfires.uk. Greenbush. Weycroft Avenue Axminster. Ketley.uk. Nr. Wrington. Web: www. Web: www.clearviewstoves.eko-vimar.uk Eco Angus Ltd The Barn. Web: www. & Sons Chesney‟s Limited 194 – 200 Battersea Park Road London.com Cola S.co. Mendip Road.com Sole UK contract distributors for:. West Yorkshire HD9 3TW Tel: 01484 682635 Fax: 01484 688428 Web: www. Huddersfield.com.com Charnwood . A AGA Rangemaster Ltd Station Road.com.co.ecoangus.

Industriestr.S.uk I No entries 119 . Stoke Cannon.uk. Court Farm Business Park Bishops Frome.nibe. Sweden Tel: +46-(0)433-75 100 Fax: +46-(0)433-75 140 email: brasvarme@nibe. Skulptörvägen 10 285 23 Markaryd. Tel. 01527 854 101 email: sales@caminosstoves.uk.com.co. Waterford Road Carrick-on-Suir Co.uk Web: www.com/stoves & www. MCZ SPA VIA OBERDAN. Hatley St George Sandy.ltd.lanordica-extraflame.co.B. Valley Drive.hunterstoves. Fax: 01788 554411 e-mail: salesuk@morsoe.co. CB24 9YS Tel: 01223 234713 Fax: 01223 235116 email: sales@fireplaces. 66A 36030 Montecchio Precalcino – VI – Italy Tel: +39 0445 804000 Fax: +39 0445 804040 e-mail: info@lanordica.com Web: www. Web: www.) Limited Unit 2. Impington. Worcestershire WR6 5AY Tel: 01885 491100 Fax: 01885 491101 e-mail: info@euroheat. Kendal Court. Rugby.uk H Harrie Leenders Fires (imported by Robeys Ltd) Goods Road.hdg-bavaria.S. Web: www. Hampshire SO50 4NT Tel: 02380 629513 Fax: 02380 629567 e-mail: jetmastersales@aol.com Web: www. Foster House.co. 12 Tel: +43(0)7248606 Fax: +43(0)7248606600 Email: info@froeling.euroheat. St George‟s Tower. Derbyshire DE56 1UU Tel: 01773 820940 Fax: 01773 820477 Web: www. Western Industrial Estate Naas Road.fireplaces.co. D-84323 Massing. Worcestershire WR6 5AY Tel: 01885 491100 Fax: 01885 491101 e-mail: info@euroheat.B. Tipperary. Ireland Tel: 00 353 51 649771 Fax: 00 353 51 649772 Email: info@mulberrystoves. Web: www.uk Hwam Euroheat Distributors (H. Warwickshire.robeys. 86 33074 VOGONOVO DI FONTANAFREDDA [PN] ITALY Tel: +39 0434 599599 Fax: +39 0434 599598 email: mcz@mcz.mcz.euroheat.co. Republic of Ireland Tel: 00353 14 089192 Fax: 00353 14089193 e-mail: r. Dublin 12.com Heat Design Heat Design. CV21 1TW Tel: 01788 554410. Colchester. Web: www. Belper. +49 (0) 8724/897-0 Fax +49 (0) 8724/8159 email: info@hdg-bavaria. The io Centre.und Behälterbau GesmbH A-4710 Grieskirchen. 01527 857 814 Fax.com/uk.com N Nestor Martin (Euroheat Distributors (H. 2 Redditch Road.uk K No entries L Landy Vent (UK) Ltd.uk.uk Nibe Stoves Box 134.morsoe. Exeter Devon EX5 4RJ Tel: 01392 841744 Fax: 01392 841382 e-mail: info@hunterstoves.uk.se Web: www.it Mulberry Stoves Carrick Business Park. Web: www. 60 Hawthorn Road.com Web: www. Cambridge Road.co.contura.froeling. Web: www.co.co.breen@tripp.ie Hunter Stoves Ltd Unit 6. Parsons Hill Great Bromley.uk M Morsoø UK Ltd Unit 7. Peacock Trading Estate.com.uk Hase-Kaminofenbau GmbH Distributor Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd Anglia House.ltd.uk HDG Bavaria GmbH Heating Systems For Wood Siemensstraβe 22. Web: www. Bedfordshire SG19 3SH Tel: 01767 660300 Fax: 01767 654870 Email: admin@econergy.INDEX TO MANUFACTURERS OF SOLID FUEL BURNING APPLIANCES (continued) F J Jetmaster Fires Unit 2.co. Swift Valley. Essex CO7 7JF Tel: 01206 251110/257496: Fax: 01206 252145 email: sales@globalpureenergysolutions.com Fröling Heizkessel.mulberrystoves. Oldmill Industrial Estate. Studley Warwickshire B80 7AX Tel.uk G Global Pure Energy Solutions Field House – The Stables.eu Nordica Extraflame Sede: Via Summano.com. Web: www.com or info@extraflame.it.jetmaster.) Limited) Court Farm Business Park Bishops Frome.econergy.co.co.com Distributed by: ECONERGY Limited Unit 8 & 9. Cambridge. Goodwood Road Eastleigh.

co. Chilton Industrial Estate. Sowton Ind.com S Smith & Wellstood Esse (1984) Ltd See Esse Engineering Ltd.com Windhager UK Unit 4 Glenmore Business Park. Stoke Cannon Exeter EX5 4RJ Tel: 0870 2407376 Fax: 0870 2407310 Web: www.co. Devon EX15 1RA Tel: 01884 35806 Fax: 01884 35505 email: alison@woodwarmstoves. Devon EX2 7LF Tel: 01392 474000 Fax: 01392 219932 email: info@stovax.uk (Trianco) TR Engineering Ltd. Derbyshire DE56 1UU Tel: 01773 820940 Fax: 01773 820477 Web: www.com T Termatech A/S Jegstrupvej 60.co.co.co. Unit 7.KG. Skipton North Yorkshire BD23 2TZ Tel: 01756 700004 email: info@roferuk. Waldingfield.trianco.co.co.uk S(continued) Stovax Ltd Falcon Road.INDEX TO MANUFACTURERS OF SOLID FUEL BURNING APPLIANCES (continued) O No entries P Parkray Ltd Unit 6. Wiltshire SN14 6BB Tel: 01249 446616 Fax: 01249 653574 email: info@windhager.co. web: www. Wheatcroft Farm. Estate Exeter.robeys.co. DK-8361 Hasselager Denmark Distributed in the UK by Specflue Ltd 8 Curzon Road. Web: www.uk. Thornecliffe Industrial Estate. Millenium Road. Web: www. Cullompton. Republic of Ireland Tel: 00353 51 350008 Fax: 00353 51 373864 Web: www.uk Pevex Enterprises Ltd Unit 16. Airedale Business Centre. BA20 2FJ Tel: 0845 257 5064 Fax: 01935 848 544 Email: info@woodpeckerenergy. Sowton Ind. Cambridge.windhager. Thornecliffe.uk Rofer and Rodi UK Ltd Unit 10. Specht Modulare Ofensysteme GmbH + Co. Nr Woodbridge. Web: www. Web: www.roferuk. Preston Road Yeovil. Abbey Manor Business Centre. Devon EX2 7JG Tel: 01392 444070 Fax: 01392 444804 email: redfyre@gazco.uk Q No entries R Rais A/S (imported by Robeys Ltd) Goods Road.co.com Town and Country Fires 1 Enterprise Way. Belper.woodpeckerenergy.com.townandcountryfires. Sheffield S35 2PH Tel: 0114 2572300 Fax: 0114 2571419 e-mail: info@trianco. Bumpers Farm Industrial Estate Chippenham. Fax: 01787 880555 email: jeremy@specflue. Cork Road. CB24 9YS Tel: 01223 234713 Fax: 01223 235116 email: sales@fireplaces.metaldevelopments. Somerset.woodstoves.com. Exeter.uk. Kendal Court.waterfordstanley.co. Severn Acres Business Park. Web: www.uk Redfyre Osprey Road.uk U-V No entries W Waterford Stanley Ltd Unit 210. Waterford.uk. Distributor:Anglia Fireplaces & Design Ltd Anglia House.com.co.specflue.co.uk Westfire – See Eurostove Ltd Woodpecker Energy UK Ltd. IDA Industrial Estate.uk Woodwarm Stoves Metal Developments Ltd The Workshop. Estate.co.uk 120 . Suffolk IP12 4PS Tel: 01473 736 399 Fax 01473 736 406 email: sales@woodstoves. Sudbury Suffolk.redfyrecookers. Vincients Road. Cambridge Road Impington.uk Web: www. CO10 2XW Tel: 0800 90 20 220.parkray.uk Web: www. Thornton Road Industrial Estate.co.co. The Tithe Office. Pickering. Chapeltown.uk.uk Web: www.fireplaces. Web: www.com Web: www. North Yorkshire YO18 7NA Tel: 01751 474803 Fax: 01751 475205 e-mail: sales@townandcountryfires. Old Mill Industrial Estate.co.stovax.

yeoman-stoves.INDEX TO MANUFACTURERS OF SOLID FUEL BURNING APPLIANCES (continued) X No entries Y Yeoman Stoves (by Stovax Ltd) Falcon Road.uk Z No entries 121 . Web: www. Sowton Ind. Estate Exeter. Devon EX2 7LF Tel: 01392 474500 Fax: 01392 44804 email: yeoman@stovax.com.co.

It is essential that all appliances (boilers. with any special notes made in the "Manufacturer's Remarks" column against the individual appliance.PART 2 FUELS A. which may be supplied as an optional extra. The solid mineral fuels listed below have been tested and approved by HETAS LTD on behalf of the fuel producer. stacked and air dried”. a number of products which contain petroleum coke or are blends of petroleum coke with other fuels have been tested and approved.6. To ensure satisfactory performance of domestic solid fuel appliances it is important to use fuels that are of a suitable type and size. This appliance manufacturer's restriction is noted in the "Remarks Column" against the appliance name in Part 1 Appliances Burning Solid Mineral Fuels and Wood. To meet these statutory clean air requirements these wood log burning appliances should be fired with dry wood which has been stored over an extended period of time to condition it – often the Statutory Instrument (SI) requires “firewood which has been split. again from renewable sources are also now coming on the market. page 85 of this Part. Some appliance manufacturers restrict the use of these fuels to appliances with high chrome or chrome steel bottom grates. Guidance on the selection of fuels giving good performance for the different types of appliances from the lists of tested and approved fuels shown below is given at the head of each section. The testing and approval combined with a quality assurance scheme enables the fuel to carry a HETAS approval logo for which the customer should look. B. INTRODUCTION This section should be read in conjunction with Part 1. cookers and roomheaters) are fired with the qualities of fuel specified by the manufacturer and if installed in Smoke Control Areas are qualities meeting the requirements of the SI exempting them from the provisions of the Clean Air Act and permitting their use in those Areas. are considered to be low net CO 2 emitters. For these fuels approval is conditional on the manufacturer applying and maintaining stringent product control. Appliances Burning Solid Mineral Fuels and Wood. Many of the appliances listed burn wood logs which if from a renewable source are an environmentally friendly fuel that receives favorable treatment in Building Regulations ADL and its companion SAP 2005. See Introductory Note 4. Appliances burning wood briquettes. However. MANUFACTURED SMOKELESS FUELS Approved for use on: Fuels Producers/Distributors Open Fire Closed Appliances √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Gravity Feed Ecobrite Arigna Fuels Ltd √ √ √ √ √ - Homefire Homefire Ovals Phurnacite Ancit Taybrite Supertherm II Multiheat Briteheat Ecoal CPL Industries Ltd " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " - Maxibrite Newflame Supacite Coalite Therma Cosycoke Briquette Extracite Maxibrite Ltd " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " √ √ √ - - 122 . These. Petroleum coke is not recommended by HETAS for use on solid fuel burning appliances because its use can result in serious damage to grates and other appliance components in the fuel bed area. wood chips and wood pellets. For this advantage to be gained in smoke control areas the appliance must be Exempted by DEFRA. together with the wood log burners referred to above. See “Selecting Wood for Burning”. Such appliances have the symbol † beside their name.

" " " " " " - C. " " " " " " " " " Closed Appliances √ √ Gravity Feed √ √ - Note: Fuels marked with ( * ) may require higher than normal thermostat settings to ensure good banking. The user should also consult the Appliance Manufacturer's operating instructions regarding the use of this size of fuel for his specific appliance. To ensure safe operation when using Anthracite Small Nuts on closed appliances. while those marked with ( º ) may require a higher than beans setting for fuel regulator plate. such as roomheaters. MANUFACTURED SMOKELESS FUELS (continued) Approved for use on: Fuels Producers/Distributors Open Fire Sunbrite Doubles Note: More than usual firelighters may be needed to ignite this product. it is necessary to make sure that high proportions of undersize fuel and fines are not fed onto the firebed. 123 . Approved for use on: Fuels Producers/Distributors Open Fire Black Diamond Beans Black Diamond Grains Onllwyn Gp 1 Large Nuts Onllwyn Gp 1 Small Nuts Celtic Energy Ltd. and are generally approved as closed appliance fuels.B. Cosycoke " Monckton Coke & Chemical Co Ltd Closed Appliance √ Gravity Feed - " " " √ √ √ √ √ √ √ - Pureheat Excel Newheat Oxbow Coal Ltd. NATURAL SMOKELESS FUELS The following named natural smokeless fuels have achieved a high standard in performance tests for closed appliance fuels conducted by HETAS LTD.

D. It should be noted that the bituminous coals listed are not by law permitted to be burned on appliances in Smoke Control Areas. except where the appliance has been exempted under Section 21 of the Clean Air Act. D. and is specially designed to burn selected bituminous coals. The coals are assessed according to their average radiant heat output as measured in kW during the test. To be eligible for testing the coals must have a free moisture content not greater than 5%.5 hour refuel periods. These exempted appliances were designated thus † in earlier lists. - - Firelite Briketts DJ Davies Fuels Ltd. Details of the method of test and pass criteria are available from HETAS Ltd. √ - - 124 . an ash content as received of not more than 10% with a total inert material content (total moisture and ash) of not more than 15%. 1993. LIGNITE (BROWN COAL) BRIQUETTES These fuels are non smokeless briquettes and have been tested by HETAS Ltd as open fire fuels. Under this Scheme representative samples of Housecoals are tested on an open fire. As a secondary factor account is taken of the volume of undergrate ash and the weight of overgrate residues left after the fuel has burned.1 HOUSECOALS APPROVED FOR USE ON OPEN FIRES Coal Name Large Coal/Cobble/Trebles Supplier Daw Mill Trebles UK Coal Daw Mill Doubles UK Coal E. The sulphur content should not be more than 2% calculated to a dry basis. The fuel supplier undertakes to maintain the coal quality at the standard of the sample submitted for test. To be approved they must maintain an output of at least 2. Approved for use on: Fuels Producers/Distributors Open Fire √ Closed Appliances Gravity Feed Uni-Log DJ Davies Fuels Ltd.5kW with 1. They have been assessed for approval in terms of their radiant heat output and overgrate and undergrate residues and have reached a satisfactory level. for easy recognition. BITUMINOUS COAL HETAS has undertaken to supervise a voluntary Coal Quality Assessment System for high volatile Domestic Housecoal.

7 kWh/kg. wood can have an energy content of typically 1. Their annual growth rings are usually bigger indicating faster growth. Burning logs with this amount of water is not good for several reasons.SELECTING FIREWOOD FOR BURNING WHY USE WOOD? Wood from sustainable sources is a renewable. it is therefore necessary to reduce the wood‟s moisture content to acceptable levels using a process known as seasoning. hardwoods are typically twice as dense as softwoods and so. it is illegal to burn wood except on a DEFRA exempted appliance. when it was felled. and the drying conditions. hardwoods and softwoods have similar energy contents of around 5. It is considered carbon neutral. Softwoods are typified as being fast growing evergreens or coniferous species such as Pine.  household waste 125 . SELECTING THE RIGHT FIREWOOD SUPPLIER There are various factors which should influence the choice of supplier:  From an environmental standpoint it is preferable. Trying to burn wet wood not only produces excess steam but can also contribute to excessive smoke caused by incomplete combustion. but at 25% moisture this can increase to 4 kWh/kg. These split logs should be stored for a period of time until their moisture content reduces to less than 25%. in that the CO2 released during combustion balances the CO2 that was absorbed during its growth.3 kWh/kg (oven dry). as this reduces the energy required to transport the fuel. The most effective way to do this is to cut the “as felled” trees into the required lengths for the stove and split these into logs typically 40 to 150mm diameter. FACTORS TO CONSIDER Measured by weight. Unburned fuel can result in tar like deposits on the lining of the chimney so contributing to the risk of chimney fires. They have typically tightly packed annual growth rings reflecting the fact that they are slow growing. These appliances are marked † in the HETAS Guide. hardwoods are preferred for burning. Hornbeam and Cherry are considered to be the best hardwoods for stoves with Beech producing arguably the best flame pattern. Hardwoods are typically slow growing deciduous broadleafed trees such as Beech. you would require half the amount of hardwood to provide the same heat output as softwood. to select a local supplier. it is preferable to stack the logs under cover in an open sided store to allow a natural ventilation flow across them. However. Freshly harvested wood can have water contents typically greater than 60% depending on the species and the time of year the tree was felled. where possible. As wood moisture content increases. Beech. You should note that if you are in a smoke control area. For this reason. the use of wood becomes more and more attractive. WHAT TYPES OF WOOD ARE AVAILABLE TO BUY? Wood can be divided into two major classes.  Does the wood supply come from a sustainable source?  Has the wood been seasoned to a low moisture content?  What type of wood is being supplied – hardwood. It is also possible to buy logs that have had accelerated seasoning by being force dried in a kiln to the required moisture content. Prior to use on an appliance. Spruce and Fir. and can also generate emissions that damage the environment and be harmful to health. since energy is used up to drive off the excess moisture.  wood treated with wood preservatives. The following should be avoided as combustion of these materials can give off unpleasant odours. Ash and Oak. For natural seasoning. At 60% moisture. so its useful energy content decreases. As conventional energy prices continue to increase. softwood or a mixture of both?  What is the general size of the logs being supplied? – Will they suit your appliance?  It is preferable to buy logs by volume rather than weight as the influence of moisture content is removed.  varnished or plastic-coated wood. The major concern in terms of combustion is however the wood‟s moisture content. either hardwood or softwood. environmentally friendly energy resource. Ash. Softwoods are usually easier to light than hardwoods and are often used as kindling. on a volume basis. The seasoning process can take up to two years or more depending on the tree species.

The advantage to the appliance supplier is that they can have confidence that the first fuels provided to the customer will be of the highest quality. manufacturers and suppliers of fuels are certified that the fuels they are producing are in line with the draft European Standards for fuel characteristics and quality control. processes and systems in place to ensure that the product delivered meets the required standards and on: periodic audits of the producer/supplier including testing as appropriate  compliance with the HETAS contract for listing and approval including agreement to rectify faults as appropriate The scheme is open to any company involved in the production and/or supply of biomass products including:  Firewood  Pellets made from woody biomass  Briquettes made from woody biomass  Chips made from woody biomass The scheme may expand to cover non-woody biomass.  Assurance to end users that the fuels they are buying meet acceptable standards and that there are complaints processes in place should there be any dispute over fuel quality. Participation in the scheme is based on evidence acceptable to the certification body (HETAS Ltd) that: the product(s) meets the required standards  the producer/supplier has staff. In this scheme. Appliance manufacturers and retailers will be able to look up local suppliers for recommendation to their customers. Assured suppliers always provide a set of key characteristics for their fuel. Certified producers and their fuel types Producer/Distributor Bowland Bioenergy Ltd Certainly Wood Edistone Limited Elcombe Firewood English Wood Fuels The Firewood Company Litton Logs Fuels Wood Chip Firewood (<25% moisture) Firewood (<25% moisture) Firewood (<25% moisture) Wood Chip Firewood (<25% moisture) Firewood (<25% moisture) 126 . The fuel supplier can then use the HETAS quality mark on their packaging and promotional literature which the customer can recognise and understand.HETAS Solid Biomass Assurance Scheme HETAS has developed a wood and biomass fuel quality assurance scheme with the aim of giving customers greater confidence in the fuels being supplied. This enables customers to make an informed decision when comparing suppliers. Scheme Benefits  Certified HETAS suppliers can demonstrate to potential customers that they have supply chains in place and control systems to ensure consistent quality.  Inclusion in the HETAS guide/website providing ready access to end users and appliance manufacturers.

The organisation is supported by the Welsh Assembly Government. The HETAS audit ensures that the wood fuel is supplied and certified to a reliable and consistent high quality.org. as well as the availability and marketing of timber supplies from the Forestry Commission. This includes providing technical input in response to the Welsh Assembly Government‟s Bioenergy Action Plan for Wales. Forestry Commission Wales and other regional bodies. chip or pellets. Woodfuel Wales actively provides input on numerous issues. Machynlleth.uk 127 . HETAS and Woodfuel Wales work together on many initiatives to improve the supply and use of solid biomass in Wales. and many more are expected to be added during 2011. which promotes greater opportunities for biomass.uk Website: www. Woodfuel Wales has worked with HETAS on creation of a partnership scheme for Wales. Powys SY20 8AX Tel: 0845 4560342 Fax: 01654 700050 Email: info@woodfuelwales. Unit 6. including the Assembly‟s initiatives to increase the use of Biomass and the devolution of Building Regulation making powers to Wales. Woodfuel Wales.Collaborative Partners and Joint Schemes HETAS works closely with various organisations concerned with the quality of wood fuels. Woodfuel Wales Woodfuel Wales is a lead body representing the wood fuel industry in Wales right from wood fuel growers and suppliers to those that supply and install heating systems using woody biomass in the form of logs. For further information about the activity and membership of Woodfuel Wales please contact. with Woodfuel Wales providing business support to producers to get them ready for the formal audit. We are collaborating with a number of partners to agree criteria that satisfy the national Assurance Scheme as well as local needs. Dyfi Eco Park.org. briquettes.woodfuelwales. Members of Woodfuel Wales are amongst the first to have their fuels certified.

Derbyshire. Chesterfield Derbyshire S42 6NG Tel: 01246 277001 Fax: 01246 212212 Web: www. Web: www.GL11 5BP Tel: 01453 808330.uk. Llantrisant Mid Glamorgan CF72 8PN Tel: 01443 224283 Fax: 01443 227085 email: sales@maxibrite. SA18 3BX Tel: 01269 850224 Fax: 01269 851463 Email: info@djdaviesfuels.com CPL Industries Ltd Mill Lane.uk Email: elcombefirewood@btinternet. Web: www.co. Madley Hereford. Cowbridge Vale of Glamorgan CF71 7FF Tel: 0800 7837134 Tel: 01446 774000 Fax: 01446 771122 Web www.co.littonlogs. Tel: 07801 928927 Fax: 01298 872896 Web: www. Chipping.co. Box 25.co.co.uk/ Email: info@bowlandbioenergy.co.co.coals2u. Ireland Tel: 353 (0) 71 9646002 Fax: 353 (0) 71 9646016 email: dave@arignafuels. Royston.bowlandbioenergy.co.oxbow.uk E Edistone Limited Villa Norge. Llanfyllin Powys.uk/ Email: Littonlogs@gmail. Co.co.uk Smokeless Fuels (continued) O Oxbow Coal Ltd Southern Way. Preston Lancashire PR3 2TQ Tel: 01995 61829 Fax: 01200 441219 Web: www. Web: www. Ltd P.ie. Litton. Tel: 07968 756149 Web: www.blacker@edistone.co.cusick@oxbow.uk Email: info@firewoodcompany.coal. Immingham Dock Immingham DN40 2NX Tel: 01469 577635 Fax:01469 572819 email: mike. Blyth Road.com The Firewood Company Penllyn Farm.co. Carrick on Shannon.uk.arignafuels. Dursley Gloucestershire.uk Web: www.co.ie C Bituminous Coal Celtic Energy Ltd 9 Beddau Way.uk L Litton Logs Dale House Farm.To access a company website please left click on the relevant link INDEX TO MINERAL FUEL PRODUCERS/DISTRIBUTORS Smokeless Fuels A Arigna Fuels Ltd Arigna. SK17 8QL Tel: 01298 872806. Castlegate Business Park Caerphilly CF83 2AX Tel: 02920 760990 Fax: 02920 760996 email: info@coal.uk 128 .com INDEX TO BIOMASS FUEL PRODUCERS/DISTRIBUTORS F Firewood (<25% moisture) C Certainly Wood Lower Lulham. SY22 5ER Tel: 01691 648016 Web: www. Harworth Doncaster DN11 8DB Enquiries – Coal 4 Energy Tel: 01977 622751 Lignite (Brown Coal) Briquettes D DJ Davies Fuels Ltd Blaenau Fuel Depot Pantyblodau Road.uk M Maxibrite Ltd Mwyndy Cross Industrial Estate.maxibrite.O. Barnsley South Yorkshire S71 4BE Enquiries –Tel: 01226 722601 U UK Coal Mining Ltd Harworth Park.com Web: www.co. HR2 9JJ Tel: 01981 251796 Fax: 01981 251211 Email: office@certainlywood. Web: www. Roscommon.uk Monckton Coke & Chemical Co.com Email: keith.com Wood Chip B Bowland Bioenergy Ltd Mead House.firewoodcompany. Uley. Blaenau Ammanford Carmarthenshire.com Elcombe Firewood c/o Elcombe Farm.certainlywood. Wingerworth.edistone. Nr Buxton.com.elcombefirewood.djdaviesfuels.

co.co.englishwoodfuels.uk 129 .uk Website: www.) Wood Chip (Continued) E English Wood Fuels Unit 21 Burrough Court Melton Mowbray Burrough on Hill Leicestershire LE14 2QS Tel: 0203 1890675 Mobile: 07846 390477 Fax: 0870 390477 Email: howard@englishwoodfuels.To access a company website please left click on the relevant link INDEX TO BIOMASS FUEL PRODUCERS/DISTRIBUTORS (cont.

7. 2. The current status of each product has been declared to HETAS by the manufacturer.4 to 2. It is also possible to use a chimney block or factory made metal chimney system. If an inglenook or large open fire is proposed it is necessary to have a larger flue size. not having been subjected to a soot fire test .4. HETAS or TÜV certificate number this is an indication that the product has been independently type tested and approved by a body entitled to engage in third party certification and product monitoring. SELECTION OF A CHIMNEY OR FLUE SYSTEM 1. However. CHIMNEYS AND FLUES The details on the factory made chimney and flue products listed in this section have been provided with the help of the British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers Association. The siting of a chimney outlet should minimise the effect of emissions on the dwelling itself and on neighbouring buildings. or ceramic flue liners. pumice. Although BS EN 1443:2003 also allows chimneys serving an open fire burning only wood to have a corrosion resistance class 2 HETAS Ltd considers that all chimneys serving appliances burning solid fuel should have the designation class 3. and those burning biomass. Where sufficient information is available from the appliance manufacturer the flue size for a specified chimney construction may be calculated using the calculation methods given in BS EN 13384-1. although coming within the Trade Descriptions Act. The flue size of the system and arrangement are determined by the type of appliance to be used and its location. 3. Many of the products listed are covered by recognised independent test certification.6 of Approved Document J. CSTB. BS EN 13384-3 may be used to provide tables or graphs of chimney dimensions for a variety of appliances and chimney constructions.3. which must be complied with. then the temperature designation may be reduced to that specified by the appliance manufacturer. the chimney shall still have a resistance to soot fire designation „G‟. INTRODUCTION 1. Where the claim in the Approval Status column quotes a BSI Kitemark. The size of the chimney (height and flue diameter) shall be according to BS EN 15287-1 clause NA.PART 3 FACTORY MADE CHIMNEYS AND CHIMNEY LINING SYSTEMS A. The UK Building Regulations Approved Document J 2010 Edition specifies that chimneys built using products meeting the requirements of European product standards should result in a chimney whose performance is at least equal to that corresponding to the designation T400 N2 D 3 Gxx where xx is the necessary separation from combustible materials. These standards are now withdrawn. new high efficiency appliances including those which may be condensing. BSRIA. Note: Your attention is drawn to 'ADJ Table 2 Size of flues in chimneys' which gives minimum flue sizes for the different appliance and solid fuel types. BBA. 2(ii). The temperature designation T400 implies a mean flue gas temperature of no more than 400°C during the nominal output (normal running) of the appliance. is not accepted for use in the UK. this claim is the responsibility of. and should be confirmed with. refractory concrete. Wimlas. Whatever chimney arrangement or products used must satisfy Building Regulations and the recommendations of British Standard BS EN 15287: 2007 for masonry chimneys and flue pipes. During construction of a new house the chimney is usually built "traditionally" in brick or blockwork surrounding clay. A new chimney can be added to an existing house quickly and economically using a factory made metal or chimney block system. Where a claim is made that the product is manufactured to a British Standard or meets Building Regulations 2000 for England and Wales by satisfying the recommendations of the current (1st April 2002) edition of Approved Document J or otherwise by demonstration of compliance. An internal flue size of 200mm square or round is commonly specified as this size will allow most types of stove or standard open fire to be fitted. e. Flue sizing should be according to sections 2. If it is demonstrated that the appliance operates with a lower flue gas temperature during its normal operation. the manufacturer prior to purchase. It should be understood by purchasers and specifiers that a claim recorded in the Approval Status column as "Manufacturer claims to BS xxxx". 5. which can be calculated according to Approved Document J. and provision made for the disposal of any condensate generated in the chimney. Products having the designation W for condensate resistance class meet the requirement . Publication in this Guide does not endorse such manufacturers' claims. Chimneys serving condensing appliances specifically designed to operate with flue gas temperatures below the flue gas dew point shall have the designation „W‟ instead of „D‟.2. is a claim of the manufacturer alone and not endorsed by HETAS. This specifies minimum dimensions to be used where the flue gas characteristics of the appliance serving the chimney are not available. 130 .g. A product with an Oxx designation. or BS EN 12391-1:2003 Chimneys-Execution standard for metal chimneys – Part 1: Chimneys for non-roomsealed heating appliances 2(i). 4. NOTE: Attention is drawn to the UK National Annex to BS EN 15287-1 that gives recommendations for the construction of chimneys based on UK practice previously identified in BS 6461-1 and BS EN 12391-1 (which replaced BS 7566). section 2.

As recommended by British Standards all chimneys should be checked annually for signs of wear and tear such as flashings. 8. preferably before the heating season to check that the flue has not been blocked by bird's nests for example and also at the end of the heating season to prevent soot deposits from resting in the chimney during the dormant period. Cast In-Situ lining systems are also available (see Part 3 Section J) which have been tested by an independent body. This advice should be followed. which can result in a chimney fire or corrosion damage. installation and commissioning of chimneys. They must also be fitted with a ball end or free running wheelboss to prevent scraping or damaging the flue lining particularly at bends. are not permanent and significant periods of slow burning with solid fuels or infrequent chimney sweeping can cause corrosion damage which reduces the expected life to less than 5 years. The flueways in the chimney and flue pipe must be cleaned regularly to remove all soot deposits and prevent blockage of the flue. and BS EN 12391-1:2003 details the method of specifying the design and installation of metal chimneys (which replaced BS 7566 : 1992 (1998) for „installation of factory made chimneys to BS 4543 for domestic appliances‟). 3. whilst being easier to install and replace. terminals and any other exposed areas of the chimney.6. However. such as HETAS or BBA. can block a flue. the „Code of Practice for masonry chimneys and flue pipes‟). Metal liners and insulated metal chimneys offer fast and convenient installation. particularly on closed appliances. Members of the BFCMA are able to provide full details and free advice on their products. supports. The risk of heavy tar and soot deposits is greatly increased if unsuitable fuel is burnt. 6. The manufacturer's installation and user instructions must be followed. currently in BS EN 12391-1. CHIMNEY MAINTENANCE AND SWEEPING 1. Do not use the appliance or burn any fuel until the installation has been checked and passed as being safe. HETAS recommends the use of a qualified chimney sweep who will usually be a member of the National Association of Chimney Sweeps. when compared with metallic chimney systems. because other materials such as mortar in old flues. Double skin flexible stainless steel flue liners offer an alternative answer if access is difficult or the existing chimney is unable to accept other types of liners. 4. Sweeping brushes must be made from suitable bristle and be of the appropriate diameter for the area of the flue being swept. The efficiency and life expectancy of any chimney is dependent on correct use and maintenance. 2. HETAS Approved Sweeps are listed in Section E. Providing the existing chimney structure is sound. Prefabricated factory made fireplace recess components such as throat forming lintels. Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps or the Association of Professional Independent Chimney Sweeps who can give an inspection and sweeping certificate. will be replaced by BS EN 15287-1 when the document National Annex is updated to include these provisions. 9. loose bricks or bird's nests etc. It is desirable for such installations to be independently monitored under a QA inspection system. 5. so that an adequate cleaning cycle can be determined in relation to the use of the appliance. Some chemical cleaners can corrode metal in the chimney and appliance. clay and pumice flue liners or ceramic liners offer the most permanent solution. they are less resistant to damage by corrosion particularly if subjected to abuse or inadequate cleaning. there is a wide choice of factory made chimney relining systems that can be used. providing the existing chimney openings are big enough to take the correct flue size to suit the proposed appliance. The British Standard BS EN 15287-1 Design. For this reason vacuum or chemical chimney cleaners cannot be recommended as an alternative to sweeping. This situation can considerably reduce the life of the flue lining. these flexible liners. tend to involve more installation work. 7. Sweeping with a brush and rods is the only recommended method of cleaning. Rebuilding or relining an existing chimney requires specialist advice. to meet the appropriate requirements of BS EN 1857:2003 at the T400 N2 D 3 G level using tested materials which are installed under an accepted Code of Practice. can cause high concentrations of corrosive condensates to build up and attack the metal liner. installation and commissioning of metal chimneys. Fire-resistant precast concrete. Under no circumstances should a single skin flexible liner designed solely for use with gas fires be used with a solid fuel burning appliance. Masonry and precast chimney products whilst usually offering long life and high resistance to risk of corrosion. 3. Many chimney manufacturers give specific advice on what sweeping brushes to use with their products. gather units or appliance chambers are available with most systems. The provisions for the design. 131 . If at any time smoke or fumes are apparent or suspected to be escaping from the appliance or chimney. However. Chimneys for non-roomsealed heating appliances ( which has replaced BS 6461 : Part 1 : 1984 (1998). This should be done at least twice a year. so that repairs can be carried out as necessary. When using a new installation the flueways should be checked at least monthly. Allowing soot or condensate deposits to accumulate in metal lined chimneys and also prolonged periods of burning solid fuel slowly in slumbering conditions. stop using the appliance at once and get advice immediately from the installer and or fuel supplier. including layout design and estimating services. NOTE: BS 7566 was withdrawn in December 2005 and replaced with BS EN 12391-1:2003.

14/14*. 200*.pumice or clay usually in block form but can also be in prefabricated sections and are designed for quick installation and incorporate a built in or separate flue liner. In the absence of there being a UK Notified Body covering testing to these standards. or concrete flue blocks at least meeting the requirements for Class C2 as described in BS EN 1858:2003 for the designation T400 N2 D3 Gxx. 180*. 200 mm round CE Mark: TÜV Cert. 30/30* cm square CE Mark: Universität Karlsruhe (TH) Cert. Manufacturer Product Name Flue sizes Approval Status *Chimney Block Systems flue sizes marked with an asterisk are those covered by a TÜV Certificate. manufacturers may seek to have their chimney block systems tested by a recognized independent body that provides a certificate confirming the performance levels on the basis of testing to the relevant procedures specified in the appropriate standard. operated and maintained these systems should last the life of the dwelling. 150*. BRE Certification. no. It is recommended that the validity of certification for the liners or evidence of compliance with Building Regulations be checked prior to purchase. 250*. not asterisked. no. 0769 CPD 7037 TONA Tonwerke Schmidtz Gmbh TONAthermXXX 12/12*. 20/20*. Other sizes. BSRIA and CERAM. 0036 CPD 90219 001 Schiedel Chimney Systems Swift 200 mm BBA Cert. SPECIAL NOTES When correctly installed. Reference is made to the example of clay/ceramic system chimneys to BS EN 13063-1:2005 incorporating amendment No. 200*. no. 23/23*. clay flue blocks at least meeting the requirements for Class FB1 N2 as described in BS EN 1806:2006. have been declared by the manufacturer to be produced to the same specification. Anki Chimney Systems Anki Single Module 160. The chimney block system must satisfy Building Regulations.B. no. no. 180*. 230*. 250. 18/18*. 130*. 350mm round CE Mark: TÜV Cert. 140*. 0769 CPD 7039 132 . 16/16*. Other solutions for demonstrating compliance with the Building Regulations may be acceptable as defined in the Approved Document J. 0036 CPD 9021 9001 TONA Tonwerke Schmidtz Gmbh TONAdinXX 120*. 180*. 160*. 300* mm round CE Mark: Universität Karlsruhe (TH) Cert. This can be achieved by meeting the requirements of the 2010 Edition of Approved Document J that specifies “flueblocks whose performance is at least equal to that corresponding to the designation T400 N2 D 3 Gxx where xx is the necessary separation from combustible materials. insulation and stainless steel outer casing. Recognised testing bodies might include the BBA.1 having the designation T400 N2 D 3 Gxx. 225*. CHIMNEY BLOCK SYSTEMS TYPES APPROVALS Normally made from lightweight insulating concrete. no. 03-4019 Schiedel Chimney Systems Isokern DM 150*. 0769 CPD 7037 TONA Tonwerke Schmidtz Gmbh TONAstarXXX Note: The TONAstar product is supplied in 1m long lightweight modular elements comprising ceramic inner liner. 25/25*. 200* mm round CE Mark: Universität Karlsruhe (TH) Cert. New products should meet the requirements of BS EN 1858: 2008. 300.

Products meeting the requirement of the 2010 Edition of Approved Document J should have an equivalent designation according to BS EN 1856-1 of T400 N1 D Vm L40040 Gxx where L40040 is the minimum material specification in the National Annex to BS EN 1856-1 and xx is the necessary APPROVALS separation from combustible materials. 194465 Dated 29 July 2010. 130.) Holetherm Twin Wall Flue System With a Ventilated Fire-Stop Arrangement 125. 175. 350. 150. 181225-NH by Warringtonfire Tested to BS EN 1856-1:2003 and BS EN 1443:2003 BSRIA Report No 52249/1 November 2009. Firestop BS 476-20 test ref. no. 185828. 250. A product designation of T400 N1 W V2 L40040 Gxx is accepted as being equivalent to a chimney designation of T400 N1 D3 Gxx.MADE METAL CHIMNEYS TYPES Made in interlocking sections with a stainless steel outer casing surrounding high performance insulation and a flue liner made of stainless steel. Exova Warringtonfire. Colt Cowls (Chimney Cowls Ltd. FACTORY . Ref. Exova Warringtonfire. 300 mm round 133 . The firestops must meet the default requirements of the UK Annex to BS EN 1856-1 or be tested to BS 476-20 for fire retarding properties. Designated EN 1856-1 T450 N1 D Vm L50040 G75 N. operated and maintained. 300. 250. and 400 mm round Deks Distribution Ltd Selkirk STC 127*. 152*. Designated T450 N1 D Vm L50045 G50: GaC Report 8744. 400 mm Docherty Chimney Group DS 130*. Warringtonfire Report No. BSRIA test report No. Firestop test to BS476-20 report no. CE Mark: Kiwa Cert. 180. Ventilated firestops for use with this system have been verified fire resistant in accordance with BS 476: Part 20: 1987. not asterisked. Other sizes. report no. Tested to BS EN 1856-1:2003 by BSRIA. Some systems have a ceramic or refractory concrete flue liner which offers better resistance to corrosion. 0086-CPD503081. 53550/1. when the product is tested in the fully enclosed arrangement specified in BS EN 1859:2009 including firestops. 51915-1. combined with inadequate cleaning of the flueways can cause corrosion damage which may reduce the expected life of the liner. New products must meet the requirements of BS EN 1856-1: 2009.203* mm round Dinak UK DINAK DW DINAK DP 100. Product Name Flue sizes Approval Status Manufacturer *Flue liners manufactured from Stainless Steel.B. Flue sizes marked with an asterisk are those tested for Kitemarking or by BSRIA. 0063 CPD-6883. Designated T450 N1 D Vm L50050 G50. 250. 178*.200*. Designated BS EN 1856-1T450-N1-W-VmL50040-G60. 200*. meeting a minimum delay time of 30 minutes. 230. Tested to EN 1856-1:2003 Certificate No. SPECIAL NOTES The metal lined systems should give a normal life of 10 to 15 years or more when correctly installed. 350. 180*. 200*. The Approval Status listed for the products was correct at the time of printing but it is recommended that the manufacturer be consulted on the current approval status prior to specification or purchase of the product. If there is a risk that these conditions can occur the non-metallic lined systems are a better choice and under normal use should give a life in excess of 20 years. These systems must conform to BS EN 1856-1 with a designation of T400 N1 D V3 L40040 Gxx. Such products will carry a CE mark. NOTE:. However. Firestop BS476-20 test report 188669. 150. prolonged periods of slow burning particularly using solid fuels. have been declared by the manufacturer to be produced to the same specification.C. 150*. 300. Tested to EN 18561:2009. TÜV or LNE. Alternatively products may have the designation T400 N1 D V3 L40040 Gxx having been independently tested for their corrosion resistance according to Annex A3 of BS EN 18561:2009.

Designated EN 1856-1 T450 N1 D Vm L50050 G751. FACTORY . TÜV or LNE. 134 . Independent Components Ltd. have been declared by the manufacturer to be produced to the same specification. 300 mm round CE Mark LNE Cert. No.10959.MADE METAL CHIMNEYS (continued) Manufacturer Product Name Flue sizes Approval Status *Flue liners manufactured from Stainless Steel. Flue sizes marked with an asterisk are those tested for Kitemarking or by BSRIA. 150*. Ventilated firestops for use with this system have been verified fire resistant in accordance with BS 476: Part 20: 1987. Ventilated firestops for use with this system have been verified fire resistant in accordance with BS 476: Part 20: 1987. Tested to EN 1856–1:2003 Firestop test report to BS476-20 No. Tested to EN 1856-1:2003. Designated T450 N1 D Vm L50050 G50. or EN 1856-1 T450 N1 D Vm L50050 G1002 1 = designation when using ventilated firestops only. Designated EN 1856-1 T450 N1 D V3 L50040 G60. no. 53272/1 Edition 2 Dated October 2009. Ref. 128942 + Supplement from Warrington Fire Research. 0036 CPD-9174 030. 2 = designation when using a solid plate firestop but only as described in the product installation instructions. Flue Stox CF 125*. Firestop tested to BS476-20 Ref. 180*. N. BRE Report No. 150*. 300. Other sizes. Tested to BS EN 1856-1:2003. 250. 350. 400 mm round CE Mark: TüV Cert. Gemini Twin Wall 100 to 200 mm round CE Mark: LNE Cert. 0071 CPD-0038 Rev 7.B. 180*.B. 200* mm round Tested to BS EN 1856-1:2003 and BS EN 1443:2003 BSRIA Report No 50348/2 Edition 2 November 2007. test report 189464 from Exova Warringtonfire. Midtherm Flue Systems Ltd HT Plus 130*. 200*. 150*. N. 250. 130*. BSRIA Report No. 200*. not asterisked. Ref. 175*.C. Jeremias System dw eco 316 100*. 252123 Dated March 2009. no. 0071CPD .

300. MD Plus (AISI 316/AISI 304) MD Cupra (AISI 316/COPPER) MD ALU PLUS (AISI 316/ALUZINC) 100. 187024. 350. 250. 400 mm Tested to EN 1856-1:2003 CE Mark CSTB Certificate No. 125. 175. 300. 15th Dec 2009. Negarra S. 15th Dec 2009. 300. 200*. 0071 – CPD – 0051 / 0052. Firestops have been tested to BS 476: Part 20: 1987. 300. BSRIA test report 53298/1 Edition 3. 350. CE 250. Tested to EN 1856-1: 2003. 200*. 14/11/2005. Ref. LNE test report F110475. Designated EN 1856-1 T600 N1 W VmL50040 G65. 150. 135 . 350. Negarra S. Tested to EN 1856-1:2003.MADE METAL CHIMNEYS (continued) Manufacturer Product Name Flue sizes Approval Status *Flue liners manufactured from Stainless Steel. Exova Test Report No. Designated EN 1856-1 T450 N1 W Vm L50040 G100. Feb 2010. Poujoulat (UK) Ltd Therminox TI and ZI 100*. Designated EN 1856-1 T450 N1 W V2 L50040 G50 (100 – 350 mm dia. Negarra S. A. 125. 187024. 130. 150. 252123 Dated March 2009. Other sizes. BRE Report No. Poujoulat (UK) Ltd Dualis PGI 100. The annulus of air. TÜV or LNE. have been declared by the manufacturer to be produced to the same specification. not asterisked. 15th Dec 2009. 250. 175. Ref. GC 50 Plus 100. 200. 180*. Firestops have been tested to BS 476: Part 20: 1987. 250. FACTORY .. 252123 Dated March 2009. A. 0679-CPD-0102 Designated EN 1856-1 T450 N1 D Vm L50040 G65. 150*. Firestops have been tested to BS 476-20 ref. 400 mm round CE Mark: LNE Cert. 130*. BRE Report No. between the inner and outer steel skins. Firestops have been tested to BS 476-20 ref. being static and sealed at each end of the system. 400 mm Tested to BS EN 1856-1:2003 ref. Exova Test Report No. 350. 187024. 200*.C. 0071 CPD-0011 Rev 7. Flue sizes marked with an asterisk are those tested for Kitemarking or by BSRIA. 150 mm Liner dia.) & EN 1856-1 T450 N1 W V2 L50050 G50 (400 mm dia. Firestops have been tested to BS 476-20 ref. GC 25 Plus 100. no.). CE Mark: LNE Cert No. A. Exova Test Report No. 125. 150. 400 mm Tested to BS EN 1856-1:2003 ref. Designated EN 1856-1 T450 N1 D VmL50040 G65.

Model 4. 178*. 180*. by manufacturer report No. S. Firestop test to BS 476-20 Ref. 175995.L Flues and Chimneys Nova SM 100*. 254. Model 4. 18565C/1 Edition 3. 152*. Model 2. report from Warringtonfire No. Model 1. 130*.cert from Darchem Flare No. 150*. 0036CPD-9195 001. Firestop test to BS476-20 Ref. Flue sizes marked with an asterisk are those tested for Kitemarking or by BSRIA. 250. 300* mm S. 250*. 350 mm CE Mark: 0086-CPD-496040 Tested to BS EN 1856-1. Firestop test to BS476-20 Ref. BSRIA test report No. ASR/FTCR/98/0028 Schiedel Chimney Systems ICID 125*. 350 mm Note: Although some of the above manufacturers supply flue sizes above 400 mm diameter they are not listed here as they are not considered appropriate for domestic solid fuel heating systems up to 50kW output. Specflue Ltd. 230*. 355. 300. 230. 200*.MADE METAL CHIMNEYS (continued) Manufacturer Product Name Flue sizes Approval Status *Flue liners manufactured from Stainless Steel. cert from Darchem Flare No. FACTORY . Tested to BS EN 1856-1 and BS EN 1859. 150. 175995. ASR/FTCR/98/0028 CE Mark: TÜV Cert. 150*. BS EN 1859. 300. 0036CPD-9195 010. 130. Other sizes. 180*. Model 6. BS EN 1859.F. 175995. 150*. Model 3. Model 1. 250. 300. have been declared by the manufacturer to be produced to the same specification. not asterisked.F. 136 . iFlue 100. report from Warringtonfire No. 355 mm round CE Mark: TÜV Cert. Schiedel Chimney Systems ICS 25 100*. report from Warringtonfire No.C. no. 200*. 130*. 180. 200*. 400 mm round CE Mark: 0086-CPD-496040 Tested to BS EN 1856-1. Model 3. BS EN 1859. TR061-B. Firestop test to BS476-20 ref. Tested to BS EN 1856-1 and BS EN 1859. 250. 203*. 304. Model 2.L Flues and Chimneys SM250/SMW 127*. Firestop test to BS476-20 Ref. TÜV or LNE. Model 7. no. CE Mark: 0086-CPD-496040 Tested to BS EN 1856-1.200*. 180*.

Reference is made to the example of clay liners meeting the requirements for Class A1 N2 or Class A1 N1 as described in BS EN 1457:and concrete liners meeting the requirements for at least the classification Type C1 or Type C2 as described in Abbreviated designations in Annex F of BS EN 1857:2010. 300. 200. these liners usually have spigot and socket joints for ease of installation and efficient performance. 250*. have been declared by the manufacturer to be produced to the same specification. ceramic. 300. 185. (22. This can be achieved by meeting the requirements of Approved Document „J' that specifies “liners whose performance corresponds to the designation T400 N2 D 3 G. 900 up to 1000 mm round and 150x260 mm oval. 250. 250. 280. 400.0. 250. CE Mark: TÜV Cert. 250. 175*. 0036-CPD90219 002 137 . Manufacturer claims meets Building Regulations Schiedel Chimney Systems Ceramic Liners 150. 500. Special sizes made to order. 600. FLUE LINERS – FOR BUILDING NEW CHIMNEYS OR FOR RELINING TYPES APPROVALS Made from fire clay. manufacturers may seek to have their liners tested by a recognized independent body that provides a certificate confirming the performance levels on the basis of testing to the relevant procedures specified in the appropriate standard. 170. Anki Chimney Systems Anki Round Liners 130*. 355. 350* mm round and 150x260 mm oval CE Mark: TÜV Cert. It is recommended that the validity of certification for the liners or evidence of compliance with Building Regulations be checked prior to purchase. 150*. 300 mm square. 30. 225. 200*. not asterisked. 435. Tested to Din EN 1457:1999 + AC: 1999.5 degree bends for all sizes/types) Manufacturer claims meets Building Regulations Poujoulat (UK) Ltd. 350. no.D. 700. 225. Specific guidance is given in the Approved Document J in relation to the installation of liners and construction of masonry chimneys Product Name Flue sizes Approval Status Manufacturer *Flue Liner flue sizes marked with an asterisk are those covered by a BBA/BSRIA/HETAS Certificate. 450. Kedddy flue linings 225mm round. 180 & 200 mm square. 210. In the absence of there being a UK Notified Body covering testing to these standards. no. 0780-CPDBBW 0317022. as described in BS EN 1443: 2003 . pumice or refractory concrete. 200. 200. used and maintained correctly these types of liners are considered to provide a life equal to that of the dwelling. Schiedel Chimney Systems Isokern liners 130. 200*. Designation is A1N1. 150. BSRIA and CERAM. 225. 225*.0036 CPD 90219 002 Hepworth Class A1 Clay Flue Liners Wavin UK (Holdings) Ltd 125. Other solutions for demonstrating compliance with the Building regulations may be acceptable as defined in the Approved Document J. 400. 500 mm square and 300 x 420 mm rectangular. + A1: 2002. 300 mm round 185. 225. 37. Other sizes. Recognised testing bodies might include the BBA. BRE Certification. 170. CE Mark: LGA Cert no. 150*. 300*.5. 250 & 300 mm round. SPECIAL NOTES When installed. All liners must satisfy Building Regulations.

01/02-6 Dutch Environment Corporation BV Decflex TW (316L) 100. 130. 167. 140. 203. 229. no. 150. Other sizes. and TÜV have recognised testing approval schemes. 167. 180. 0036 CPD 9195 025 Rev 02 CE Mark : IMQ Certificate No. 110. 105. This can be achieved by meeting the requirements of Approved Document J that specifies “liners whose performance is at least equal to that corresponding to the designation T400 N2 D3 G as described in BS EN 1443:2003. 154. 150. CSTB Cert. 150*. 0036 CPD 9195 025 Rev 02 CE Mark: TUV Certificate No. 150*.01/02-6 Dutch Environment Corporation BV Decflex TW 904L (TSE) CE Mark: CSTB Cert. 150. no. These certificates can be used as evidence to satisfy Building Regulations approval. and having a designation T400 N1 D Vm L40020 G where L40020 is the minimum material specification of the National Annex to BS EN 1856-2 meet this requirement. 175. 133. Double skin liners are not to be confused with single skin flexible liners which are designed solely for use with gas fires which must not be used with solid fuel appliances under any circumstances. have been declared by the manufacturer to be prod uced to the same specification. Docherty Chimney Group Fire Flexmaster 125*. 0051-CPD-0033 to EN 1856-2: 2004 Report No. 0679-CPD0058. 250*. 40143/1 Edition 5. New products must meet the requirements of BS EN 1856-2: 2009 Alternatively products may have the designation T400 N2 D V3 L40020 G having been independently tested for their corrosion resistance according to Annex A3 of BS EN 1856-1:2009. no. 167. 125. APPROVALS Manufacturer Product Name Flue sizes Approval Status *Chimney Relining System flue sizes marked with an asterisk are those covered by the CSTB/BSRIA/TÜV/LNE Certificate. 350 mm round 125. 150. 150. 120. 133. these flexible liners whilst being easier to install and replace are not permanent and prolonged periods of slow burning particularly using solid fuels. 175. 200. 154. 180. 130. no. CSTB Cert. 175*. 105. 300. 300* mm round 5”. 200. A 102-00/02 CE Mark : TUV Certificate 0036-CPD91258 001 Tested to EN 1856-2:2004.01/02-6 Fenton‟s Flue and Chimneys Fenton‟s Flue and Chimneys Stackflex (316) CE Mark: TUV Certificate No. Tested to EN 1856-2. no. 180. 120. 112. 140. not asterisked. 127. 0679-CPD0058. 086. 225.20). Additional guidance is given in the Approved Document J of the Building Regulations 2010 (paragraph 2. 250. 152. 225. 152. All liners must satisfy Building Regulations. If there is a risk that these conditions can occur the non-metallic liner systems are recommended and under normal use should give a life equal to that of the dwelling. SPECIAL NOTES These liners are for relining existing brick chimneys and are not to be used as a liner for new masonry chimneys. 0679-CPD0058. no. 140. 112. CSTB Cert. These liners should give a normal life of 10 years or more when correctly installed. 225. 300. 250. These flexible liners are specifically designed for use with solid fuel. 200. 229. 125. 203. used and maintained. CE Mark: CSTB Cert. The current validity of their certification should be checked prior to purchase. Designation T400 N1 W V2 L99012 Stackflex (904) 125. November 2009 to BS EN1856-2: 2004 and BS EN 1443:2003. Tested to EN 1856-2. Liners for new build are referenced in section D. 154. Currently the CSTB. 250. 110. combined with inadequate cleaning of the flueways can cause corrosion damage which reduces the expected life of the liner to less than 5 years. 110. 086.E. Tested to EN 1856-2. 200 mm round BSRIA Type Test report No. 133. 200 mm round Midtherm Flue Systems Limited Euroflex (in 316L and 904L steel) Midflex (in 316L and 904L steel) 125*. 300. 229. 7”. 8” Midtherm Flue Systems Limited Continued on next page 138 . 086. Products having a CE mark according to BS EN 1856-2:. 130. 203. 200 mm round Dutch Environment Corporation BV Decflex TW (316Ti)(TS) CE Mark: CSTB Cert.230*. 120. 125. 127. 175. 350 mm round 100. However. 105. 350 mm round 100. 152. 200*. 6”. 160. DOUBLE SKIN FLEXIBLE CHIMNEY RELINING SYSTEMS TYPES Made from stainless steel these liners have a spirally wound double skin construction that has a smooth inner flueway. 160. 127. 160. 112.

150*.0071-CPD-0047. Certificate 0036 CPD 91258 001 tested to EN 1856-2:2004. 200*. 250*. 140. 180*. 125*. no. Designation code T600 P2 W VmL50010 G Topstak Chimney Specialists Ltd Multiflex 904 100*. 250 mm round CE Mark. 120*. 175. 225*. 230*. BSRIA Report No. 200*. PAHFLEX Superflex (316) 100. 125*. 110. 150*. 160*. 113*. Tested to BS EN 1856-2:2004 Poujoulat (UK) Ltd Tubinox L (316L) Poujoulat (UK) Ltd Tubinox FL (316L) 100*. 300* mm round CE Mark: Cert. Certificate 0036 CPD 91258 001 tested to EN 1856-2:2004. 350*. 180. 250*. 150. 200*.0071-CPD-0047. 125. 125. 180*. Quattro DS 125*. 300* mm round CE Mark: Cert.E. 230*. 160*. Schoorsteentechniek Brummen b. no. 53404/2. 150. 300* mm round CE Mark: LNE Cert. 225*. no. 200*. No. 150* 155*. 300*. no.v. 175. 230*. 180*. 230*. 125*. 0036-CPD9195 025 Rev 02. 130. 110. 180. Tested to BS EN 1865-2 and BS EN 1859 Schiedel Chimney Systems Tecnoflex 904L 100*. MI-Flues Ltd. Tuv Suddeutscland Bau und Betreib. 200. 120*. 250*. not asterisked. 155*. Tested to BS EN 1856-2:2004 Schiedel Chimney Systems Tecnoflex 316L 100*. 400* mm round CE Mark TÜV Cert. No. 0071-CPD0024. no. 180*. 200*. 125*. 180*. November 2010. 120. 250*. BSRIA Cert. 300* mm round Tested to EN 1856-2. 350*. 180*. 230*. 113*. Tested to BS EN 1865-2 and BS EN 1859 Schoorsteentechniek Brummen b. no. 155*. 250 mm round CE Mark.0071-CPD-0047. 120. 160. PAHFLEX Superflex (904) 100. No. 125. 53404/2. Designation code T600 N1 D VmL70010 G Turner & Wilson Ltd. Twinflex MF316 100. Twinflex MF904 100. 180*. 18790A/1 CE Mark: Cert. 154*. 200*. 0036-CPD9195 025 Rev 02. Other sizes. Quattro SS 125*. 140*. 160. 130*. 250*. 180*. 180*. 125. Model 4. 140.v. 140*. 130. 18790A/1 MI-Flues Ltd. 130*. 200*. Tuv Suddeutscland Bau und Betreib. 400* mm round CE Mark TÜV Cert. 154*. 300* mm round 100*. 250*. Designation code T600 N1 D VmL50010 G Tested to BS EN 1856-2:2004. 250 139 . 230*. 250*. BSRIA Cert. 200*. Model 2. Topstak Chimney Specialists Ltd Multiflex 316 100*. 250 Tested to BS EN 1856-2:2004. Tested to BS EN 1856-2:2004 Poujoulat (UK) Ltd Tubinox LHR (904L) 100*. 300* mm round CE Mark: LNE Cert. 250*. 230*. 150*. 300* mm round Tested to EN 1856-2. 130*. 300*. 150*. November 2010. 155*. 250*. have been declared by the manufacturer to be produced to the same specification. Designation code T600 P2 W VmL70010 G Turner & Wilson Ltd. 150*. DOUBLE SKIN FLEXIBLE CHIMNEY RELINING SYSTEMS (continued) Manufacturer Product Name Flue sizes Approval Status *Chimney Relining System flue sizes marked with an asterisk are those covered by the CSTB/BSRIA/TÜV/LNE Certificate. 200. 200*. 125*. 0071-CPD0024. 150*. 155*. 200. 200. BSRIA Report No.

150. 0407-CPD-077. 19193/4 Tested to BS 6999:1989. (which was replaced by BS EN 12391-1:2003) – see Section A Introduction). 8 ins. MMF Ltd. used and maintained. Midtherm Flue Systems Ltd Single Wall 316 grade 1mm thick Proheat 5.6 mm Thick 316 Stainless Steel Flue Pipes Docherty Chimney Group Fluemaster 100. 6. 5. these pipes are available with a choice of bends and accessories. BSRIA report No. 0407-CPD-077.6 mm 5. prolonged periods of slow burning particularly using solid fuels. 7.125. Model 3.125.F. BSRIA Report no. 6. 175. 19193/5 Meets 2000 Building Regulations. 8 ins. Schiedel Chimney Systems 130. Uni-Vit 4. 1984(1998). unless the product is independently certified as suitable for re-lining purposes and has an equivalent designation of T400 N2 D 3 Gxx) as described in BS EN 1443: 2003. 5. 180. combined with inadequate cleaning of the flueways can cause corrosion damage which may reduce the expected life of the product. 125. No. CE Mark: Cert. where xxxxx is the material specification in the National Annex and xx is the specified separation from combustible material. 5. 200 mm round CE Mark TÜV Cert.0 mm Prima Plus 0. 6. 200 mm Minimum 0. 7. Vitreous enameled flue pipes should meet BS EN 1856-2: (this replaces BS 6999 1984(1998)). Stainless steel flue pipes must satisfy Building Regulations via meeting the recommendations of Approved Document J or the recommendations of BS EN 15287-1::2007 (this supercedes BS 6461: Part 1. Type Test to BS EN 1856-2: 2004 and 1443: 2003 BSRIA Report No. 8 ins. These flue pipes should give a normal life equal to that of the heating appliance when correctly installed. 7. MMF Ltd. 175. The current validity of their Agrément Certificate or evidence of compliance with Building Regulations should be checked prior to purchase. Pennine Systems Ltd Poujoulat (UK) Ltd Premier Flue Classic 100. 0036-CPD-9195 017. Proheat 4. Proheat Streamline 130. 7.150. 17721/2 and 17721/4 Meets 2000 Building Regulations. MMF Ltd.175 mm round Tested to BS EN 1856-2:2004 & BS EN 1443:2003. 200 mm Poujoulat (UK) Ltd Premium 130. existing products complying with BS 6999 1984(1998) are also acceptable. Manufacturer Product Name Flue Sizes Approval Status Vitreous Enamelled Low Carbon Steel Docherty Chimney Group Vitmaster 100. 8 ins.150. 19765/2. BSRIA Report No. Tested to BS EN 1865-2 and BS EN 1859 140 . BSRIA report No. FLUE PIPES – FOR CONNECTING APPLIANCE TO CHIMNEY TYPES APPROVALS Made from either 0. See section G below. 150. Tested to BS EN 1856-2: 2004 and BS EN 1443: 2003. April 2007.6 mm minimum thick 316 grade stainless steel or vitreous enameled low carbon steel in a variety of finishes and colours. and BS 7566:1992 (1998). 180. 200 mm 130. 150. 200 mm MMF Ltd. 200 mm round Tested to BS EN 1856-2:2004 & BS EN 1443:2003. Jan 2008. BSRIA Report no. 17721/1 Tested to BS 6999:1989. No. However. 150 mm Pennine Systems Ltd Premier SW Single Wall 1mm thick 316 Grade Prima Plus 1. 17721/3 Manufacturer claims to BS 6999:1989 CE Mark: Cert. 6. 7. Meets BS EN 1856-2:2003 Midtherm Flue Systems Ltd Vitrelux 100. BSRIA report No. BSRIA report No. 8 ins. 150. 17721/2 and 17721/4 Meets 2000 Building Regulations. SPECIAL NOTES These products must only be used to connect a heating appliance to a chimney and not as a flue liner within a chimney. New products must meet the requirements of BS EN 1856-2: 2009. 180. Metal connecting flue pipes to BS EN 1856-2 must be manufactured to the designation T400 N1 D Vm Lxxxxx Gxx. 125. 6. No. Meets BS EN 1856-2:2003. 150.175. 19765/1.

APPROVALS Manufacturer Schiedel Chimney Systems Landy Vent (UK) Ltd Landy Vent (UK) Ltd Product Name Isokoat chimney re-lining system Eldfast I chimney re-lining system Eldfast II chimney re-lining system Approval Status HETAS Type Test cert no.G/002/03 BSRIA Type Test DTI Type Test 0814-1 * cert. It is the responsibilty of the customer. Recognised forms of certification include those issued by the BBA. Such certificates should be confirmed with the issuing body as indicating that the product meets Building Regulations. This form of re. it is essential that the installation is carried out correctly ensuring that the minimum thickness of lining is applied and that the subsequent flue area is suitable for use with the fuel-burning appliance. At present there is no British or European Standard that specifically covers these types of chimney re-lining systems. In most cases these systems use a special formulation of ceramic or concrete based materials that are installed by specialist contractors that are approved or registered by the re-lining manufacturer. SPECIAL NOTES The Eldfast and Isokoat systems listed below are special formulations of ceramic binders and fine aggregates that are designed to provide a durable flue lining in a sound masonry chimney. Wimlas or other recognised independent testing authorities that issue Test Approvals that are accepted as demonstrating compliance to Building Regulations using recognised test and assessment procedures based upon British or European Standards.EN 1443: 2003) 141 . used and maintained correctly an extended life can be expected. installer and specifier to ensure that the re-lining and installation as a whole complies with current regulations and is covered by the appropriate approval at the time of installation. However. NON METALLIC CHIMNEY RE-LINING SYSTEMS TYPES There is a variety of different systems where non-metallic re-lining is applied to the flue within an existing domestic chimney. All re-lining systems must satisfy Building Regulations. It is therefore necessary that the suitability of the material and its application as a flue re-lining system is proven by having a recognised independent product approval certification that is accepted as demonstrating compliance with Building Regulations. Liners for new build are referenced in section D. These systems must be applied in accordance with the manufacturers instructions or Code of Practice by an installer who is Registered by the manufacturer as accredited by him for this task When installed. BSRIA.lining must not be relied upon to provide support to a structurally unstable chimney. 15459-1 report No 00-ELAB- * * (The material and its application has passed performance testing carried out using test procedures based upon the European Standard BS EN 1857:2003 to ascertain performance levels as defined in BS. This can be achieved by meeting the requirements of the 2010 Edition of Approved Document „J' that specifies “re-lining systems whose performance is at least equal to that corresponding to the designation T400 N2 D 3 G as described in BS EN 1443:2003.G. no. The thermal insulation of a chimney re-lined in this way is greater than an unlined or conventional masonry chimney. These re-lining systems are for re-lining an existing brick chimney and are not to be used as liners for new masonry chimneys.

20). 0036-CPD9195 019. no. operated and maintained. 150. 400 mm CE Mark Cert.6mm 130. no. SPECIAL NOTES These liners are for re-lining existing brick chimneys and are not to be used as a liner for new masonry chimneys. Products having a CE mark according to BS EN 1856-2:2009 and having a designation T400 N1 D Vm L40060 G where L40060 is the minimum material specifcation considered necessary to meet HETAS Ltd recommended requirement. 150. must be used. Tested to BS EN 1859 Schiedel Chimney Systems Prima Plus 1.7 and 1. 350. However. These certificates can be used as evidence to satisfy Building Regulations approval. 8 ins Flue sizes Approval Status Type Test to BS EN 1856-2: 2004 and 1443: 2003. All components recommended by the manufacturer. Model 2. prolonged periods of slow burning particularly using solid fuels. Currently the CSTB. BSRIA Report No. Model 2. 300 mm round CE Mark TÜV Cert. such as spacers. 250. The manufacturer's installation instructions must be adhered to.H. Liners for new build are referenced in section D. All systems must satisfy Building Regulations. They should have a life expectancy of 10 years or more when correctly installed. Condensor CD 180. 200. 6.6 or 1mm.0mm thick 5. and TÜV have recognised testing approval schemes. These liners have a thickness of either 0. 300 mm round CE Mark TÜV Cert.6 or 1mm thick sections of high grade stainless steel these rigid liners and bends have spigot and socket joints for ease of installation and efficient performance. Additional guidance is given in the Approved Document J of the Building Regulations 2010 (paragraph 2. The current validity of their certification should be checked prior to purchase. 200. 250. 0071-CPD0025/0042. Tested to BS EN 1859 142 . RIGID STAINLESS STEEL CHIMNEY RELINING SYSTEMS TYPES APPROVALS Made from 0. 250. Product Name Single Wall 316 grade 0. no. 7. 200. 180. 300. 180. combined with inadequate cleaning of the flueways can cause corrosion damage which may reduce the expected life of the liner. This can be achieved by meeting the requirements of Approved Document J that specifies liners whose performance is at least equal to that corresponding to the designation T400 N2 D 3 G as described in BS EN 1443: 2003. 19193/5 Manufacturer Midtherm Flue Systems Ltd Poujoulat (UK) Ltd. Meets BS EN1856-2 Schiedel Chimney Systems Prima Plus 0.0mm 125. 0036-CPD 9195 019.

New products must meet the requirements of BS EN 1857: 2010. The NACE system was type tested by Gastec at CRE and Certified by HETAS who also monitor the NACE QA system. The appropriate flue size must be provided to suit the proposed or potential appliance to be fitted. System NACE Cast in-situ Concrete Lining System CICO Chimney Lining System Approval Status HETAS Cert J/001/03 BBA Cert 04/4122 Addresses of Cast in-situ Concrete Re-lining organisations from which further information can be obtained:National Association of Chimney Engineers P O Box 849 Metheringham Lincoln Lincolnshire LN4 3WU Tel: 01526 322555 Fax: 01526 323181 e-mail: info@nace. To be considered for HETAS listing it is required that a cast in-situ relining system meets with appropriate clauses of BS EN 1857:at the level T400 N2 D3 G and that the materials are specified. It is the responsibility of the customer. FOR LINING NEW MASONRY CHIMNEYS SEE SECTION D. Once the concrete has cured and is hard the former is deflated and removed. This requires that the former is properly spaced to maintain the correct minimum thickness of concrete. Building Regulations 2000 ADJ 2010 under paragraph 2. installer and specifier to ensure the lining and the installation as a whole conforms with current regulations and is covered by the appropriate approval at time of installation.J. Darsham Saxmundham Suffolk IP17 3QS Tel: 01986 784044 Fax: 01986 784763 e-mail: CICO@chimney-problems. To date the NACE and CICO systems have applied and have been accepted for HETAS „listing‟ as having met this requirement. The thermal insulation of a chimney lined in this way is greater than an unlined masonry chimney.uk 143 .chimney-problems.org.uk Web: www.nace. APPROVALS SPECIAL NOTES When installed. An inflatable rubber former is inserted in the flue of the chimney and pressurised until it reaches the diameter required. centralised and the void formed between the liner and the chimney filled with an approved mix of lightweight insulating concrete. These linings must not be relied upon to provide support to a structurally unstable chimney. It is generally used to line chimneys of existing masonry construction.uk Web: www. North End Wood Hinton Road.20 a) ii permits the use of „a cast in-siturelining system where the material and installation procedures are suitablefor use with solid fuel burning appliances‟.co. prepared and installed in accordance with an independently approved and monitored Code of Practice . The CICO system has BBA Certification and BBA monitor the CICO QA system.org. Other systems may be approved in due course and listed on the HETAS web site. it is essential that the installation is carried out in accordance with the Code of Practice upon which approval is based.uk CICO Chimney Linings Ltd. which will reduce the life of the system and require major repair work. Failure to do this can result in the concrete lining being too thin or incomplete. Breaking into the chimney at bends in the flue-way is necessary to ensure correct spacing is maintained and to prevent the former from touching the chimney wall. CAST IN-SITU CONCRETE RE-LINING SYSTEMS TYPES The cast in-situ concrete re-lining system is one of a number of methods of lining a domestic chimney.co. used and maintained correctly a long life can be expected. However. Organisation National Association of Chimney Engineers CICO Chimney Linings Ltd.

Measham.exhausto. FY6 8JU Tel No.dunbrik. Web: www. email: terracotta@hepworth. EX31 1LZ Tel: 01271 326633 Fax: 01271 334303. High Wycombe. email: sales@powrmatic.schiedel. Ford Lane Industrial Estate. Stockfield Mount off Peel Street Chadderton. that affect the chimney industry in general. HP12 3TD Tel: +44 (0)1494 465166.co. The Association represents the interests of the Members and aims to:         Promote the efficient and safe use of natural draught chimneys and encourage continual improvement of chimney products and services for the benefit of members' customers.K. Bristol BS20 7XE Tel. Arundel West Sussex.. at national & international levels. Cocker Avenue. Poulton . Guildford Surrey GU3 1LU Tel: 01483 461700 Fax: 01483 533435.uk Dunbrik (Yorks) Ltd T/A Dunbrik Flues.uk and www. Fax:01889 270577.co.uk. Web: www.co.co. Manufacturers with products in this list suitable for Solid Fuel Appliances (see information as to applicability given in the notes and remarks column of each section) Deks Distribution UK Unit 14 Garanor Way. Oldham.uk Web: www.powrmatic.co. Crow Edge. 01275 373399 email: sales@deks.co. Stafford. Influence legislation.co. Ferry Lane. BN18 0DF Tel: 0845 6760702. design. WF3 4LT Tel: 01924 373694. email: flues@dunbrik. Fax: 01924 383459. Develop and promote high standards of quality.uk. Web: www. Hixon. Lancashire.com .redbankmfg.co.uk M&G Altecnic Limited Airfield Industrial Estate.LIST OF BFCMA MEMBERS (British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers Association) The British Flue & Chimney Manufacturers' Association is Britain's only Trade Association for factory-made chimney products and works closely with Government.uk.uk. Fax: 0191 415 1263 email: office@schiedel. Web: www. Web: www.poujoulat.Fylde. public bodies and other organisations to further the interest of the chimney & flue industry. Tyne and Wear NE38 0AQ Tel: 0191 416 1150.uk. Old Portsmouth Road. publishing information sheets and general public relations.mi-flues.uk MI-Flues Spiro House. Staffordshire.co. Coronation Road Cressex Business Park.co. Websites: www. OL9 9LR Tel No: 0161 678 2998 Fax No: 0161 678 2997 email: sales@penninesystems. Somerset TA19 9PQ Tel: 01460 53535 Fax: 01460 52341.isokern.altecnic.uk Pennine Systems Ltd Crossley Works. +44 (0) 1253 884972.uk. safety and workmanship in the industry.co.co. Est.co.co.uk.uk Web: www.penninesystems. Poulton Ind. email: sales@poujoulat.brewercowls.uk Schiedel Chimney Systems Crowther Estate. email: info@exhausto.com Poujoulat (UK) Ltd Unit 1 Quadrum Park.com Wavin Hazelhead. 144 .uk.uk. Web: www.uk Additionally below is a list of the remaining members of BFCMA who do not have their products listed in this directory Brewer Metalcraft Ltd Units C&D. Obtain maximum publicity for the industry through exhibitions. Barnstaple Devon. Wakefield West Yorkshire. Fax: +44 (0) 1253 896799.co. email: info@sfl.co.uk Powrmatic Ltd Winterhay Lane.co. Ilminster. Web: www. Stanley Ferry. Washington. regulations and policies. email: sales@redbankmfg. Represent the U. Fax: +44 (0)1494 465163.sfl.co. email: johnh@brewercowls. website: www. email: paul@mi-flues. Lancaster Court. Encourage uniform standards of Education and Training at all levels throughout the Industry.hepworth.uk SFL Flues and Chimneys Pottington Business Park. Fax: 0845 6760703.le . Work to improve trading conditions and promote trading opportunities for its Members in home and overseas markets. Swadlincote Derbyshire DE12 7EL Tel: 01530 270333.org.uk www. Ford.uk. ST18 0PF Tel: 01889 207200.selkirkchimney. Sheffield South Yorkshire S36 4HG Tel: 0870 4436000 Fax: 0870 4438000. Fax: 01530 273667.com.schiedelrite-vent.uk Hanson Red Bank Atherstone Road. Portbury. Web: www.uk Exhausto Ltd Unit 3. 01275 373300 Fax.uk.uk Additional BFCMA information is continued on the next page.co. chimney industry at European and international levels. Web: www.co. email: sales@altecnic.co.co.co. Co-ordinate Technical and Market Research into areas of common interest identified by Members. Gordano 19 Industrial Estate.

fluestax. Sudbury Suffolk. Web: www.uk MMF Ltd Flue House. Marchwood Southampton.co. CO10 2XW Tel: 0800 90 20 220.eurocowl. Berks. email: mmf@fluepipes. Web: www. Devon EX19 8HR Tel: 01837 83544 Fax: 01837 83629 email: gareth@stoves-cover. Scotland KY6 2SD Tel: 01592 771199 Fax: 01592 771135 email: info@jrfchimneys. B66 2PU Tel: 0121 555 6555 Fax: 0121 555 1606.com Jerrett Collins Ltd T/A Flue & Chimney Specialists. The Airfield.co.uk.BFCMA ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Flue Stax Ltd The Old Chapel. Website: www.co.. continued on next page 145 .com Specflue Ltd 8 Curzon Road. Marchwood Industrial Park. Fax: 01787 880555 email: jeremy@specflue.uk.uk JRF Chimney Specialists & Heating Distributors Ltd 50 Nasmyth Road.co. Web: www. Milley Lane.uk. Fax: 0118 940 6258. email: info@feta.uk Further information on the BFCMA is available from: The BFCMA. Hare Hatch.co. Tingley West Yorkshire WF3 1RE Tel: 0113 252 2246 Fax: 0113 252 1034 email: northeast@fluestax.u. Chapel Street.com. Smethwick West Midlands.specflue.flueandchimney.com Web: www. Web:www.com. SO40 4BJ Tel/Fax: 023 8086 3179 email: eurocowl@simplefit.feta.fluepipes.co.co.uk Other chimney manufacturers. Web: www. 55 Woodburn Road.jrfchimneys.com Simplefit Ltd T/A Eurocowl Ltd Central Crescent. Torrington Road Winkleigh. RG10 9TH Tel: 0118 940 3416. not members of BFCMA. Southfield Industrial Estate Glenrothes.co. 2 Waltham Court. Chilton Industrial Estate. Hampshire. Fife.

uk. Vale Business Park.uk. Devon EX14 4RD. Fax No: 01446 772882. Red Shute Hill.co. with products in this list suitable for Solid Fuel Appliances (see information as to applicability given in the notes and remarks column of each section) Anki Chimney Systems Bishops Way.v. Winsford. Littlehampton.com.uk Independent Components Ltd. L5 5AS Tel No: 0151 2982998.uk Landy Vent (UK) Ltd Foster House.co. 48140 Igorre (Vizcaya). CF71 7PF Tel No: 01446 771567. Norwich. Web: www. Fabrikstrasse. SPAIN.jeremias. +34 94 631 18 50/51. Newbury. Manchester. Mercuriusweg 43. Fax No: 01384 458811. Salford.de. Web: www. e-mail: sales@flues.dinak. Email: james.uk. 2 Redditch Road.uk Fenton‟s Flue and Chimney Supplies 31-37 William Moult Street. RG18 9QL Tel No: 01635 200145. Cowbridge. The Netherlands Tel No: +31-(0)53-4302675. not members of BFCMA. Studley. Smethwick.uk.co.co. email: uk@dinak.com NEGARRA S. PO Box 35. 01903 738500. GERMANY Tel: +49 (0) 22 56 39-0. Fax No: +44(0)1983 537788. Fax: +49 (0) 22 56 39 25. Isidore Road. West Midlands.nl. Web: www. Cheshire. Fax No: 01635 201737. Web: www.co. Fax: 01603 429020. Dunkeswell.com Docherty Chimney Group Unit 3. DY2 8SY Tel No: 01384 458800. Vale of Glamorgan.OTHER MANUFACTURERS Manufacturers.coltcowls.com/flues MMF Ltd (Also Associate Member of BFCMA) Flue House.uk. NL-7500RD Enschede. Fax No: +31-(0)575-561124.fluepipes. Flightway Business Park. Fax No: 01606 861231. NL-6971 GV Brummen.de/en Midtherm Flue Systems Limited New Road.nl/eng TONA System Chimneys TONA Tonwerke Schmitz GmbH. Fax: 0121 555 1606.co. email: info@topstakchimneys.com. M50 2GN Tel No: 0161 848 8987.anki. 55 Woodburn Road. Web: www. Web: www. Newport. Ir Hanlostraat 18-22. Fax No: 01527 854101. A. Kansas Avenue. CW7 3PD Tel No: 01606 861191. Web: www. Web: www.com Schoorsteentechniek Brummen b.uk. Sweet Briar Industrial Estate. Web: www.co. No. Web: www. e-mail: sales@docherty. Fax No: 01903 738501. Warwickshire.co.topstakchimneys. Netherton.pahflex. Winsford Industrial estate. Isle of Wight.negarra. email: sales@indco.uk Colt Cowls (Chimney Cowls Ltd) Eldon Way. Hermitage. info@docherty.co.com Website: www.co.uk Jeremias UK limited. Web: www. Red Shute Hill Ind Estate. Barrio Urkizu. PO30 5WS Tel No: +44 (0)1983 527997.gv indco.com. email: service@tona. Web: www. West Sussex BN17 7HE Tel. Web: www.com Dinak UK Unit 4. West Midlands. Unit 57. Norfolk NR3 2FA Tel: 01603 482706.docherty. The Netherlands Tel No: +31-(0)575-561663. No. email: Sales@turnerwilson. B80 7AX Tel No: 01527 857814.com 146 . Fax No: 0151 2982990 Flue-Stox Unit 6 Boston Court. Web: www.co.tona.uk. 53894 Mechemic-Antweiler. Bromsgrove. email: info@pahflex. e-mail: mmf@fluepipes.flues. Fax No: +31-(0)53-4302685.landyvent. B66 2PU Tel: 0121 555 6555. 30.flues. Bromsgrove Technology Park. Liverpool. Unit 20.com DEC International Dutch Environmental Corporation bv.turnerwilson.stedman@coltcowls. Road 3. Tel.de Topstak Chimney Specialists Ltd Unit 42.uk Turner & Wilson Ltd. B60 3EX email: info@jeremias-fluesystems. Fax No: 0161 848 9003. Web: www. Tel No.decinternational.co. Albertine Close. 01404 890098. Basepoint Business Centre.co. Berkshire. Fax No: 01404 891112. e-mail: anki@ajwells. Dudley.

The best time to have your chimney swept is at the start of the heating season. 5. fumes that are harmful to your family may escape into the room. Generally speaking. FLUE CLEANING Many solid fuel fired appliances have flueways through which the hot gases pass to the chimney. you may be putting your family at risk. However. like any other machines. CHIMNEY SWEEPING All chimneys must be swept at least once a year preferably by a HETAS approved sweep. Remember. However. the appliance should be de-ashed before being filled with new fuel. Continued on next page 147 . THE RIGHT FUEL In order to get the best value for money it is important to burn the right fuel of the correct size on your appliance. If you are in any doubt about which fuel of the many available is suitable for your particular appliance. ASH REMOVAL If ash is allowed to build up within the appliance the fire will not burn properly and the appliance may be damaged. please telephone your local Approved Coal Merchant or one of the organisations listed below for free advice. Remember these recommendations apply even if you burn smokeless fuels. if your appliance is used continuously throughout the year or burns wood and coal more frequent sweeping is recommended. 2. keeping us warm and supplied with constant hot water. the fire bed de-ashed with a poker or the de-ashing mechanism on the appliance and fresh fuel added. Keep warm and safe by taking the simple steps below. 365 days a year. etc. Some stoves and roomheaters have a removable/drop down plate in the top of the fire box . AIR SUPPLY All fuels require an adequate supply of air to make them burn correctly. burn the right fuel and are properly maintained. Remember always use a spark guard with any open fire.PART 4 CARE AND MAINTENANCE A. It is also strongly recommended that the chimney be swept after any prolonged period when the appliance has not been used. they work better and last longer when correctly installed. If you have double glazing or draught proofing you will need to allow air to enter the room in which the appliance is installed via an air brick or grille. Further information on suitable companies can be provided by the organisations listed below. 3. The ash pan should be replaced. These flueways should be swept clean every month to remove any soot or ash. 6. eg holidays. Again seek advice if you are in any doubt. Fireguards manufactured to the British Standard are recommended.this should also be removed and cleaned once a month. 4. It is therefore important to ensure that new installations are carried out by recognised and established heating engineers and serviced by competent companies working in this area. always let the fire go out the day before cleaning. SAFE AND SOUND WITH SOLID FUEL 1. INTRODUCTION Many solid fuel fired appliances are expected to "work" 24 hours a day. Never seal air bricks or grills up. FIREGUARDS Legislation demands that a fireguard must be used to protect children under the age of 12 (7 in Scotland) from touching any heating appliance. 7. A hot ash carrier (a metal box with a lid) is ideal for this purpose. If too little air is available. The ashpan should be gently removed from the ash pit area and emptied into a suitable container.

Caroline House.guildofmasterchimneysweeps. Derbyshire DE55 7AS Tel: Freephone 0845 6014406 7 Swanwick Court. Emerald Way.apics. Alfreton. CONTACT POINTS Solid Fuel Association Approved Coal Merchants Scheme National Association of Chimney Sweeps Coal Advisory Service Northern Ireland 7 Swanwick Court.org. Web: www.8.co.uk Web: www. Stone. ST15 OSR Tel: 01785 811732 Fax: 01785 811712 Northern Ireland Coal Advisory Service. Milewater Basin. Derbyshire DE55 7AS Tel: Freephone 0845 6014406 or see Yellow Pages for local approved Coal Merchant Unit 15. Lincolnshire. Hengar Road. Tel: 0800 043 737 Web: www. Essex. Tel: 0845 604 4327.uk Bryallen. Staffs. Belfast BT3 9AA Hotline Tel: 0845 7125300 Tel: 02890 751002 Fax: 02890 757318 P O Box 849. Aveley. Cornwall. LN4 3WU Tel: 01526 322555 Fax: 01526 323181 email: info@nace. Lincoln.org.uk National Association of Chimney Engineers Association of Professional Independent Chimney Sweeps Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps Ltd.org. 148 . RM15 4LH.nace. Metheringham. PL31 3PL. St Tudy. Alfreton. Dufferin Road. Bodmin. Stone Business Park.uk 24 Church View.

HETAS lists below a range of these devices. supplied by members of CoGDEM. It is produced by the incomplete combustion of carb on based fuels such as gas. this is an indication that the prod uct has been independently assessed by the BSI which is one of the UK bodies entitled to engage in third party certification and product m onitoring. Changes to the building regulations which came into effect in October 2010 now mean that when ever a new or replacement fixed solid fuel or wood/biomass appliance is installed in a dwelling a carbon monoxide alarm must be fitted in the same room as the appliance. hard-wired with battery backup. Interlinkable . The older standard. which are claimed.B1. Kitemark to BS EN 50291:2001. 5 year guarantee with digital display Kitemark to BS EN 50291:2001. Interlinkable Kitemark to BS EN 50291: 2001 149 . Carbon monoxide detectors/alarms are now available and the British Standards Inst itution has published a Standard (BS EN 50291) for electrical apparatus designed to detect carbon monoxide in domestic premises and to provide an alarm to alert the househo lder to its presence. BS78 60. no colour and no smell. Where the claim in the Approval status column quotes a BSI Kitemark. CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS/ALARMS Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas with no taste. use and maintenanc e of these detectors/alarms and should be adhered to. as these do not have an audible alarm and they have very limited lifetimes. It should be understood by purchasers and specifiers that claims recorded in the Approval Status column as "Manu facturer claims to BS EN 50291" is a claim of the manufacturer alone and has not been endorsed by HETAS or any Independent Certification/Approva l body. Interlinkable. oil and solid fuels including wood. CO410 BRK Brands Europe Ltd Portable battery operated consumer alarm. CoGDEM does not recommend the use of “colour change” indicator cards. Mains-powered. Tragically each year people die because of carbon monoxide poisoning and others are made ill. to be manufactured to EN 50291 and which are suitable for use with solid fuel heating appliances. CO400 BRK Brands Europe Ltd Portable battery operated consumer alarm. hard-wired with rechargeable Lithium battery backup. Further guidance on the installation of the carbon monoxide alarm is available in BS EN 50292:2002 and from the alarm manufacturer‟s instructions. Purchasers and specifiers should use BS EN 50291 as a basis for product selection. 5 year guarantee CO850Mi BRK Brands Europe Ltd Mains-powered. CO4000 BRK Brands Europe Ltd Portable battery operated trade CO alarm. lack of maintenance of the appliance a nd its chimney or to inadequate air supply for the appliance to function properly. Again the British and European Standard (BS EN 50292) has been produced as a "guide" on the selection. or certified. the room evacuated and the doors and windows opened. 5 year guarantee Kitemark to BS EN 50291:2001. hard-wired. No safety device is infallible and should never be taken as a substitute for initial correct appliance installation or for regular and effective chimney sweeping and proper appliance operation and maintenance by a competent engineer. When an alarm is activated or if fume emission from an appliance is otherwise detected the fire should be let out. It is important that the alarm manufacturers‟ installation and operating instructions are strictly conformed to at all times. The causes of these deaths usually relate to the incorrect installation of the heater. installation. was withdrawn in 2006. Kitemark to BS EN 50291: 2001 CO850MBXi BRK Brands Europe Ltd Kitemark to BS EN 50291: 2001 CO850MRLi BRK Brands Europe Ltd Mains-powered. TABLE OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS/ALARMS Model Manufacturer Manufacturer's Remarks Approval Status . The appliance must not be used again until checked by a competent heating engineer and shown to be in safe working order.

provides visual indication of CO levels above 10PPM. Switchable between temperature and CO modes. LPCB BS EN 50291:2001 Certified CO-9X " " CO-9B " " 7 year sealed-for-life carbon monoxide alarm. Digital LCD display shows low levels of CO down to 10ppm and also peak readings over the previous 4 weeks.TABLE OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS/ALARMS (continued) Model Ei 261EN Manufacturer Ei Electronics Manufacturer's Remarks Approval Status Mains Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarm BS EN 50291:2001 with rechargeable lithium back-up and interconnect ( also available with Digital Display Ei261DEN ) Mains Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarm Mains Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarm with power cord and plug Battery Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarm With CO memory function Battery Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarm with CO memory function and interconnect Battery Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarm With Digital Display . 6 year warranty LPCB BS EN 50291:2001 Certified CO-808S " " Battery powered carbon monoxide alarm. electrochemical technology. test and silence functions. BSI Kitemark BS EN 50291: 2001 Certified BSI Kitemark BS EN 50291: 2001 Certified Automatic self diagnostic check. Peak level memory. Retail and trade packs available Battery powered 7 year life carbon monoxide alarm. Dual LED display shows power and alarm Test & reset button. Large test & reset BSI Kitemark BS EN 50291: 2001 Certified button makes testing easy. Retail and trade packs available 7 year sealed-for-life carbon monoxide alarm. Retail and trade packs available. Retail and trade packs available table continued 150 . Peak level memory and interconnect " " " " " " " " Ei 225EN Ei 220EN " " " " " " Ei 204EN Ei 205EN " “ “ “ " “ “ “ " “ “ “ " " " " " " " " Ei 205CEN " " " " Ei 206D “ “ “ “ CO-828 FireAngel Ltd 9v battery operated CO alarm with digital display. Automatic self diagnostic check. Anti-tamper bracket with sliding tab and/ or pad printing available (at extra cost). Sealed battery will last for 6 year life of product. Integrated digital thermometer. Automatic self diagnostic check. Large test & reset CO-9D " " button makes testing easy. CO memory function. fault and alarm. Triple LED display shows power.

Completely tamperproof. Self check facility continuously monitors effective operation of unit and sensor. Fully comprehensive 6 year maintenance free guarantee (up to 7 year operational life). Approved and Kitemarked to EN50291:2001. CORGI Approved H450EN “ “ New for 2011 . Fully comprehensive 6 year maintenance free guarantee (up to 7 year operational life).Self contained (sealed for life batteries) carbon monoxide alarm with dual led status indicator.TABLE OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS/ALARMS (continued) Model Manufacturer Manufacturer's Remarks Approval Status SF450EN Honeywell Analytics (Domestic Products) Self contained (sealed for life batteries) carbon monoxide alarm. Self check facility continuously monitors effective operation of unit and sensor. Approved and Kitemarked to EN50291:2001. 151 . Completely tamperproof.

Ambient air monitoring A Flue Gas Analyser also measures the levels of constituents of room air. Some analysers offer additional information such as boiler efficiency. TABLE OF FLUE GAS AND AMBIENT AIR CO ANALYSERS AND AIR FLOW METERS Model Manufacturer Manufacturer‟s Remarks Approval Status CO75 Kane International Handheld CO ambient air analyzer measuring to 2000ppm CO – ideal to check room air & CO alarms. BS7927 and BS7967 Kane 425 “ “ “ “ As Kane 250 and also measures Complies with EN50379.B2. A subsequent room retest should be made after each appliance has been checked. As Kane 425 with 5 year life sensor guaranteed. whilst every effort is made to ensure accuracy. outdoor air to set its zero value. Do not forget that CO levels in rooms can occur from being adjacent to a busy road. switching off and isolating any appliances present and leaving the room. neither HETAS Ltd nor CoGDEM can be held liable for any information given above. data logging. Also national regulations that apply should be consulted when performing appliance installation and servicing. The analyser should only then be taken into the room to be monitored. an investigation should be made. 150 BS7967 records memory can be transferred to PC table continued 152 . As CO75 and also measures boiler flue CO emissions.000ppm and has optional NOX sensor Complies with EN50379. BS7927 and differential temperature and BS7967 pressure/draught to 0. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and flue gas temperature are present. differential pressure and other gas measurements. CO2 and Efficiency. Finally. levels and appropriate testing methods. following the manufacturer's instructions. They are no more complicated to operate than a video camera and perform a similar function as they are your "eyes" inside the appliance. if used under normal operating conditions As Kane 425 and also measures CO to 10. This shows the ratio of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide in the exit flue (chimney) of the appliance. An ambient air CO analyser will also monitor ambient levels of CO in any room. This information is invaluable. Flue gas analysers usually display a CO/CO2 ratio. 20 record memory and optional printing of timed and dated records Complies with BS7967 measuring CO in ambient air CO91 “ “ “ “ Complies with BS7967 measuring CO in ambient air and boiler flues Kane 100 “ “ “ “ Complies with BS7967 measuring CO in ambient air and boiler flues Kane 250 “ “ “ “ Complies with EN50379. measuring O2 and CO with Complies with EN50379. If the analyser measures CO levels above 9 ppm. Carbon Monoxide (CO). The levels which indicate the correct operation of an appliance may vary widely with the fuel burned and appliance type. FLUE GAS AND AMBIENT AIR CO ANALYSERS You should use a Flue Gas Analyser for two purposes: Appliance testing A Flue Gas Analyser measures the levels of constituents of flue gases. These factors need to be taken into account when determining whether there is a problem and expert help should be sought. be made to the instrument manufacturer's instructions. BS7927 and option to measure two further gases. BS7927 and BS7967 Kane 455 “ “ “ “ Kane 450 “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ Complies with EN50379. outdoor barbecues. when attempting to find out if there is CO leaking from an appliance or pinpointing why a CO alarm is being triggered. car park or garage. prints records with time and date As CO91 and also measures CO2 in ambient air to test flueless gas appliances and commercial kitchens and other workspace air quality Handheld flue gas analyser measuring O2. This is carried out by first switching the analyser on in fresh. such as opening all windows and doors. You place the probe in the chimney or appliance exhaust and see what levels of Oxygen (O2). CO. Easy to use rotary dial. Any reading over 35 ppm should prompt immediate action. this document is always subject to revision as more information becomes available on CO sources. flue temperature.001mbar resolution and has Bluetooth data transfer option. as well as from smoking. adjacent properties sharing the same flue systems etc. Consequently. They should also offer the option to either print or store the measurements for later review. Reference should therefore. for example. BS7927 and BS7967 Kane 900+ As Kane 450.

TABLE OF FLUE GAS AND AMBIENT AIR CO ANALYSERS AND AIR FLOW METERS (continued) Model Manufacturer Manufacturer‟s Remarks Approval Status Kane 940 Kane International As Kane 900+ and also has high speed pump and Teflon lined flue probe for emission critical measurements Handheld combustible gas leak detector suitable for domestic premises gas leak testing Handheld micromanometer.3 pascal As 3100-2 And also measures 0 to +/.003mbar / 0.co. It can be used to measure draft pressure and with Pitot tubes to measure velocity and calculate flow rates with user–input duct size and shape.400mbar with resolution to 0.001mbar / 0. dew point. IAQ-Calc 7545 “ “ “ “ 153 . CO. measuring pressure. measuring and datalogging CO2. Ideal for tightness and let by tests and also prints timed and dated records As 3100-1 and also measures 0 to +/. humidity. measures 0 to +/. temp. and % outside air. and simple to use and displays readings in metric or imperial mode.75mbar with resolution to 0. BS7927 and BS7967 LS1 “ “ “ “ Kane 3100-1 “ “ “ “ Kane 3100-2 “ “ “ “ Kane 3100-5 “ “ “ “ Kane Fixed Service Costs “ “ “ “ IAQ910 TSI Instruments Ltd Carbon dioxide (CO2) meter is an excellent handheld diagnostic instrument for measuring and monitoring carbon dioxide levels.uk or call 01707 375550 for more details and prices Complies with EN50379. and calculating velocity and volumetric flow rate.1 pascal. Handheld multi-parameter instrument for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) investigations. PVM620 “ “ “ “ Micro-manometer is rugged and compact.150mbar with resolution to 0. LCA301 “ “ “ “ Rotating Vane Anemometer that provides accurate and reliable readings every time.01mbar /1 pascal The Kane fixed price service policy returns instruments to published specification with a full one year warranty to customers – See www. Light weight. robust.kane.

Air requirements for Solid mineral fuel and wood burning appliances Building Regulations (Approved Document J) give guidance that should be followed on the amount of air that solid fuel appliances require. Detailed guidance with examples is given in the above regulations. oil and gas. Section 2 of the Building Regulations Approved Document J: 2010. otherwise this can cause damp on internal walls. consideration should be given to the presence of radon gas particularly when intending to supply air from an underfloor space.5cm2 Open fires If the open fire is the simple inset type incorporating a throat forming lintel or gather then the air requirement would be 50% of the crosssectional area of the throat opening. The size of ventilator openings should be between 10mm and 5 mm Vents should not be located externally where they can easily become blocked or flooded or in positions where contaminated air may become entrained e.B3. For simple inset open fires with a throat the guidance states that the following air requirement is necessary based on the width of the fire opening:350mm fire opening = 14. Such things as internal baffles. The information given below is for quick reference and is extracted from Table 1. This duct should be of cross-sectional area no less than the opening required. Less efficient appliances such as simple open fires require more air than closed appliances because of the additional air that enters the appliance above the firebed and the regulations give separate guidance on this. for 8 kW this would be:. although this may be the only method available when checking an existing installation.500 mm2/165cm2 450 mm fire opening = 18. Closed appliances.(8-5) x 550 =3 x 550 = 1. e. called the “equivalent free area” is considered to be the only true value for a ventilator that shows how much air it is effectively providing. Air vents in internal walls should be located no higher than 450 mm from floor level to reduce the spread of smoke and fumes in the event of a fire.g. This combination can cause emissions of poisonous gases to the room resulting in sickness and ultimately death to the occupants. General Information There are currently no British Standards covering the design or production of proprietary air vents however they should generally comply and be installed with the following guidelines taken into consideration:Vents for combustion appliances should be non-closable and should not incorporate any additional screens or gauze.650 mm 2/16. Combustion Appliances and Fuel Storage Systems. oil and solid fuels including wood. Continued on next page 154 . it is recommended that.500 mm2/145cm2 400mm fire opening = 16. require enough fresh air from outside for complete combustion and to enable the flue/chimney to function correctly to remove the combustion products safely to the outside. stoves. Note: The air requirement for other fuels.5cm² If the appliance has a flue draught stabilizer fitted then the following air requirement applies:. selecting the correctly sized ventilator to provide this air opening is essential. The ventilators that are listed in this guide will all clearly specify the equivalent free area. For closed appliances this is based mainly on their rated heat output.500 mm2/185cm2 500 mm fire opening = 20.g. Air vents should not communicate with the following:-    Protected areas such as lift shafts or stairwells Bathrooms/shower rooms Ventilated roof or underfloor areas that connect with other properties In affected areas. If the open fire is the free-standing type which does not incorporate a throat then the air requirement would be 50% of the cross-sectional area of the flue. for 8 kW the air requirement would be: (5x300) + (3x850) = 4. A value. e. length of connecting duct or fitment of a weather cowl may affect the equivalent free area and only dynamic testing can ascertain a precise “equivalent free area”. PERMANENT VENTILATORS (for the Supply of Combustion Air) Introduction All heating appliances that produce heat from the combustion of carbon based fuels such as gas. Although the regulations give guidance on how to measure geometrically the free area of any ventilator grille. e. the value of the equivalent free area should be used and not any stated nominal heat input of the appliance as this may be for another fuel or appliance type. Without adequate ventilation there is a danger that the combustion process will be incomplete producing large amounts of carbon monoxide and also that the function of the flue will be impaired.For the first 5 kW of rated output add 300 mm 2 per kW and then from 5 kW upwards. Solid Fuel. For closed appliances without any draught stabilizer fitted.g. will be different.g. The ducts or sleeves should also have water baffles incorporated to prevent water transfer from the outside across the cavity.050 mm 2/40. when considering the size of a new vent to install. range cookers or independent boilers. add 850 mm2 per kW. in a car port or near a flue terminal from a gas or oil fired appliance.500 mm2/205cm2 For fireplace openings greater than 500 mm in width or freestanding open fires that are open to the room on more than one side please see the additional guidance given in the above regulations. the air requirement is 550 mm 2 per kW of rated output above 5kW e. Wood and Biomass burning Appliances that draw their combustion air from within the dwelling are required by Building Regulations to have installed a fixed permanently open ventilator to provide this air from the outside of the dwelling. Air vents installed in cavity walls should not be staggered and should include a duct or sleeve across the cavity. Determining the size of the ventilator Having established how much ventilation is required by the appliance.g. These internal ventilators should be 50% greater in effective free area than the vent which must also be installed in the external wall to bring in the fresh air from outside. determined by dynamic testing. Geometrically measuring the free area on a ventilator grille may not always be an accurate way to determine the ventilator‟s true air intake.

See also note A3 at the beginning of this Part 4 of the Guide. Equivalent Free Area Values given by Advantica test memorandum dated March 2001 Rytons Building Products Ltd. 94/3071: Fourth Issue: Dated 22nd December 2005. „9x9‟ Ventilation Set with Louvre Ventilator TCL20 „9x9‟ Cowled Ventilation Set with Louvre Ventilator TCL20CW 16580/165. 94/3071: Fourth Issue: Dated 22nd December 2005. 94/3071: Fourth Issue: Dated 22nd December 2005. Equivalent Free Area Values given by BRE test memorandum dated June 2006 Rytons Building Products Ltd.8 14572/145. 94/3071: Fourth Issue: Dated 22nd December 2005. The equivalent free area must always be specified by the manufacturer. This is normally achieved through BBA certification to ensure that they meet the applicable aspects of the relevant approved documents of the building regulations. and weather cowls on the external grille that help also to reduce the effects of draughts and rain ingress. Airliners permanent ventilators:„9x6‟ Ventilation Set with Flush Louvre Ventilator TCL18 „9x6‟ Cowled Ventilation Set with Flush Louvre Ventilator TCL18CW 5350/53. Approvals TABLE OF THROUGH WALL PLASTIC VENTILATORS Manufacturer Model Name/Product Code Effective Free Area mm2/cm2 Approval status Rytons Building Products Ltd. Equivalent Free Area Values given by Advantica test memorandum dated January 2004 Rytons Building Products Ltd.55 BBA Agrément Certificate No. the permanent ventilation should be the subject of a check to ensure that it complies with Building Regulations and the guidelines given above. Equivalent Free Area Values given by BRE test memorandum dated July 2007 155 .9 BBA Agrément Certificate No. 150mm AC11 150mm Cowled AC11CWL 150mm Baffled AC9 150mm Cowled Baffled AC9CWL 11500/115 10000/100 9140/91. Ventilators must comply with building regulations. It is only this equivalent free area that should be used when specifying the required sizes of ventilators.Maintenance of Permanent Ventilators Although generally ventilators require little maintenance they should be subject to a regular inspection as part of the maintenance programme of the appliance and chimney to ensure that the ventilation remains free of obstruction both from external influences such as vegetation growth or other obstacles and also internally.72 BBA Agrément Certificate No.5 „9x3‟ Ventilation Set with Flush Louvre Ventilator TCL8 „9x3‟ Cowled Ventilation Set with Flush Louvre Ventilator TCL8CWL 5100/51 10700/107 9800/98 BBA Agrément Certificate No. They may incorporate internal baffles to reduce sound transmission and draughts created by sudden changes in air pressure. AirCore permanent ventilators:125mm AC10 125mm Cowled AC10CWL 125mm Baffled AC7 125mm Cowled Baffled AC7CWL 10000/100 9300/93 7300/73 6390/63. for example insect nesting or general airborne dust accumulation. This value is determined using a dynamic test method that has been developed by Advantica Technology and referenced in BS 5440: Part 2: 2000. Purpose Made Ventilators for Supplying Combustion Air Types These ventilators are manufactured from a variety of materials such as ceramics and UV stable thermo plastics.4 8455/84. When visiting an existing installation for the first time. They are preferably supplied as boxed sets complete with inner and outer grilles with connecting duct-work for bridging cavity walls and/or making the connection between the two ventilator openings through solid walls. WARNING NOTICE TO THE CONSUMER PERMANENT VENTILATION PROVIDED FOR SUPPLYING COMBUSTION APPLIANCES WITH AIR MUST NEVER BE BLOCKED OR RESTRICTED. The equivalent free area must be given in an unambiguous manner where it can easily be read.

(A) Equivalent Free Area Values given by Advantica test memorandum dated 6th Jan 2004 (B) Equivalent Free Area Values given by BRE test memorandum ref ED 1643 dated 05 June 2006 (C) Equivalent Free Area Values given by BRE test memorandum ref ED 2596 dated 19 July 2007 156 .7(A) 3940/39. Acoustic ventilation is a way of helping to meet the requirements of Building Regulations Approved Document E and at the same time meeting the requirements of Approved Document J for ventilation.8(A) 3965/39. As stated in Approved Document J. (A) Equivalent Free Area Values given by Advantica test memorandum dated 6th Jan 2004 (B) Equivalent Free Area Values given by BRE test memorandum ref ED 1643 dated 05 June 2006 7906/79.4(A) 3880/38. “it may be necessary to install proprietary noise attenuated ventilators to limit the entry of noise into the building” .48(B) Acoustic Airliners permanent ventilators:9” x 3” Set with flush louvre TAL4SET (38 dB) 9” x 3” Set with flush louvre (cowled) TAL4CWL (39 dB) Rytons Building Products Ltd.71(C) 6954/69.TABLE OF ACOUSTIC THROUGH WALL VENTILATORS The products listed below have been independently tested and rated with a noise attenuation rating in accordance with BS EN ISO 7171:1997 and this rating is given in brackets next to the product name.33(B) 7171/71.54(C) BBA Agrément Certificate No.9(A) 2580/25.12(B) 5248/52. paragraph 1.65(B) 4033/40.11(B) 5412/54. 125 mm AAH5 (41 dB) 150 mm AAC625 (36 dB) 150 mm cowled AAC625CW (38 dB) 150 mm AAC635 (41 dB) 150 mm cowled AAC635CW (42 dB) 3970/39. Effective Free Area mm2/cm2 Manufacturer Model Name/Product Code Approval status Acoustic AirCore permanent ventilators:125 mm AAC5 (39 dB) 125 mm cowled AAC5CWL (40 dB) Rytons Building Products Ltd.16.06(B) 7511/75.8 (A) BBA Agrément Certificate No. 94/3071: Fourth Issue: Dated 22nd December 2005. 94/3071: Fourth Issue: Dated 22nd December 2005. 9” x 6” Set with flush louvre TALSET (39 dB) 9” x 6” Set with flush louvre (cowled) TALCWL (42 dB) 9” x 9” Set with flush louvre TAL9SET (38 dB) 9” x 9” Set with flush louvre (cowled) TAL9CWL (40 dB) 2590/25.

Unit 11 Theobald Business Centre.kane. Hitchin. Clare.com Kane International Ltd: Swallowfield. HP12 3QP Tel No: 01494 459200 Fax No: 01494 459700 website: www. Poole Dorset BH17 ORZ. see above El Electronics Ltd: Shannon.uk Honeywell Analytics (Domestic Products): 4 Stinsford Road. website: www. Davy Way. Northants NN15 6NL Tel: 01536 511874.fireangel. UK.brkdicon.com. CV4 7EZ Tel No: 02476 323232 Fax No: 02476 693610 email: info@fireangel.uk.tsi.. website: www. Herts SG4 0TY Tel No: 01462 434322 Fax No: 01462 434488 website: www.co.uk.co. Est.co. Coventry. Gloucester GL2 2DE Tel No: 01452 887570 Fax No: 01452 729525 email: info@brkdicon.uk Dicon Safety Products (Europe) Ltd: Now part of BRK Brands Europe Ltd.com Further information on CoGDEM (The Council of Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring) is available from CoGDEM.uk TSI Instruments Ltd: Lancaster Road.cogdem.org.co. Cressex Business Park. Carter Court.com 157 . Nuffield Ind.uk HETAS APPROVED VENTILATOR PRODUCTS Rytons Building Products Ltd Design House. email: admin@cogdem.honeywellanalytics. Sir William Lyons Road. Waterwells Business Park Quedgeley. Kettering Business Park Kettering.uk. Tel No: +353 61 471277 Fax No: +353 61 471053 website: www.LIST OF CoGDEM MEMBERS Manufacturers with products in this list suitable for Solid Fuel Appliances BRK Brands Europe Ltd: Unit 6. Ireland. website: www.uk .co. AL7 1JG. High Wycombe.co.rytons. Tel No: 01707 375550 Fax No: 01707 393277 Email: sales@kane. Wilbury Way.eielectronics. Web: www.keats@honeywell.org. Co. website: www. Fax: 01536 310455 email: admin@rytons.com FireAngel Ltd: Vanguard Centre.com. Tel No: 01202 645587 Fax No: 01202 665331 email: adrian. Welwyn Garden City Herts.

for the installation of solid fuel fired appliances.co. there is a building warrant scheme in operation. The installation. replacement of or alteration to the position of a solid fuel combustion appliance is subject to Building Regulations. wood and biomass sector. Registered Companies must employ Registered Engineers and must have the appropriate level of insurance cover in respect of third party liability. Part 4 D(b) Part 3 G Part 3 H. wood and approved biomass burning appliances. The exemption only applies if a competent engineer is employed who is registered under the Registration Scheme for Companies and Engineers involved in the Installation and Maintenance of Domestic Solid Fuel Fired Equipment. HETAS also lists registered contractors in Scotland employing competent engineers who have met the HETAS requirements for Registration. please visit the HETAS website www. HETAS inspects registered businesses to ensure that they maintain standards. Stoke Orchard. twin wall insulated) Flue liners for building new chimneys or relining (clay.gov. Such a scheme is operated by HETAS Ltd. Some Scottish companies are also registered as members of the Competent Persons Scheme (CPS) and although located in Scotland can operate in England and Wales as CPS Registered Companies. currently administered by the Scottish Building Standards Agency.hetas. Before proceeding with such works the householder is required by law to give building notice or deposit full plans with the Local Authority Building Control Department.uk/england/public/buildingregs/ The objective of the HETAS Registration Scheme is to ensure that any consumer wishing to have a new appliance installed or their existing appliance maintained or serviced can contact a contractor employing competent engineers. Part 4 D(a) Part 4 C Part 4 C In Scotland there are different requirements and instead of self-certification.uk 158 . They must be employed by a Registered Company and their registration is only valid when working for that company. Further information on the operation of Building Regulations and the exemptions can be obtained from the Explanatory Booklet entitled “Building Regulations” which is available from the Department for Communities and Local Government . These registered engineers may also carry out associated building work necessary to ensure that the installed appliance complies with Building Regulations without involving the Local Authority Building Control Department.REGISTERED COMPANIES HETAS operates a Registration Scheme for Companies with competent Engineers working in the solid fuel. and issues the customer with a Certificate of Compliance at the end of the job. Part 4 D(d) Part 3 D Part 3 E. ceramic or refractory concrete) Twin wall flexible liners Non-metallic chimney re-lining systems (Isokoat or Eldfast) Rigid stainless steel chimney re-lining systems Install cast in-situ concrete re-lining systems (NACE or CICO) Mechanically fed biomass systems (must be in conjunction with 1 or 2 above) Technical specialist/inspector Solar thermal installer MCS Installer Retail Advisor Installation of heating or HW connected to a non solid fuel appliance Installation of non-domestic and commercial solid fuel/biomass appliances & systems See Guide Section Part 4 C Part 4 C Part 4 C Part 3 B. please contact HETAS directly: HETAS Ltd. the coming into force on 1 st April 2002 of SI 2002 No 440 (now superseded by SI 2010 No 2214) can exempt the householder from this legal requirement. for England and Wales only.co. Companies can seek Registration in the following areas of work but only where they have engineers competent to carry out such work: Ref 1 2 3 4 5 6 i) 6 ii) 6 iii) 6 iv) 6 v) 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Description Install domestic solid fuel fired HW and/or CH systems Install domestic solid fuel fired appliances not connected to HW or CH Service and maintenance of domestic solid fuel fired appliances Chimney Block systems (eg Isokern DM and Anki single module) Factory-made metal chimney systems (e.uk/publications/planningandbuilding/buildingregulationsexplanatory. Additional information can also be found on http://www. Part 4 D(d) Part 3 C.gov. in which the HETAS registered engineer self-certifies that the work complies with the relevant building regulations. COMPETENT PERSONS REGISTRATION SCHEME . Individual engineers have to be registered with HETAS for which they are required to declare their technical qualifications. training and work experience in connection with domestic solid fuel. A copy of this certificate is passed on to HETAS who undertakes the local authority notification.communities.g. Orchard Business Centre. pumice. If the post code search fails. Part 4 D(c) Part 3 J. HETAS also registers a small number of installers in the Channel Islands To locate a HETAS installer. Gloucestershire GL52 7RZ Tel: 0845 634 5626 – option 1 for registration Email: info@hetas.planningportal.C.uk and click on the link to “Find an Installer”. However. This certificate provides evidence that the work has been carried out to the standards required by the Building Regulations. pay the appropriate fees. and obtain permission to proceed.see DCLG web site: http://www. However.

c. together with the categories for which they are registered. For information on the members please contact the National Association of Chimney Engineers at the following address: NACE PO Box 849 Metheringham Lincoln LN4 3WU Tel: 01526 322555 Fax: 01526 323181 E-mail: info@nace.co.nace. The objective of the scheme is to provide a register of specialist contractors to ensure that the general public requiring work to be carried out on a chimney or flue can be put in touch with a company competent to carry out the work. d Action Chimneys Unit W4E Tougher Business Park Newhall Naas County Kildare Ireland Tel: 045 433334 Fax: 045 435834 E-mail: office@actionchimneys.uk Cornwall Categories: a.dhendersonroofing. lining and repair of chimneys. Companies are registered in any of the following categories of work: a) b) c) d) The installation of NACE Cast in–situ Concrete Lining System. & H. Miller Business Park Station Road Liskeard Cornwall PL14 4DA Tel: 01579 345678 Fax: 01579 346439 E-mail: enquiries@heritagecookers.co. b Phoenix Chimneys Ltd.com Clackmannanshire Categories: b.uk Web: www. independently assesses and supervises this NACE scheme. Blood Ltd. and solid fuel. d Flu Line (SW) – (Heating S.uk Derbyshire Categories: a. These associate companies do not meet the HETAS/NACE scheme requirements for registration.W.co.uk Web: www. The following provides a list of companies registered as members of NACE for 2010. HETAS Ltd. Carroll Property Maintenance 32 Station Road Upper Brynamman Ammanford Carmarthenshire SA18 1SF Tel: 01269 825010 County Kildare Categories: b. Marshall House Glenfoot Tullicoultry Clackmannanshire FK13 6BT Tel: 01259 753408 Fax: 01259 752001 E-mail: chimtecs@tiscali. Ltd).ie Cumbria Categories: a. oil. b G. Henderson Chimney Specialist & Roofers Ltd. The installation of stainless steel linings suitable for gas. The construction of prefabricated chimney systems. d D.uk (HETAS information list updated on 1st September 2010) NACE INSTALLER MEMBERSHIP LIST Carmarthenshire Category: b J. The Old Chapel Yeoman Street Bonsall Matlock Derbyshire DE4 2AA Tel: 01629 825533 Fax: 01629 824773 159 . c.org. A list of Associate Members of NACE from within the chimney product industry is also given.org. (HETAS information list updated to date given below).D. NACE LISTED CHIMNEY ENGINEERS The National Association of Chimney Engineers (NACE) is a trade association for chimney engineers and operates a registration scheme for companies involved in the construction. Companies applying for membership are inspected whilst carrying out the types of work for which they wish to become registered and have to satisfy the NACE inspector that a level of knowledge on the subject and the regulations has been obtained and that they are competent to carry out this work. 1a The Old Cooperage Gatebeck Kendal Cumbria LA8 0HW Tel: 01539 567792 Fax: 01539 566966 E-mail: phoenix08@btconnect. The lining and construction of chimneys using rigid sectional liners. b.

9 Plaford Road Norwich Norfolk NR7 8HB Tel: 01692 404167 Fax: 01773 836644 160 . d Specialist Chimney Services (North East) Ivy Cottage Low Jobs Hill Crook Durham DL15 9AA Tel: 01388 762632 Fax: 01388 762632 E-mail: chimneyservices@hotmail.co.co. d Paul McLenaghan & Son 11 Hill View Cottages Ratho Village Edinburgh EH28 8RF Tel: 0131 3331142 Fax: 0131 3331188 E-mail: paul@chimneyscotland. d Instant Chimneys Ltd.com Essex Categories: b.instantchimneys.uk Hampshire Categories: b.com Kent Categories: a.co. 81 Abbey Road London NW8 0AE Tel: 0207 6244756 Edinburgh Categories: b.uk Kent Categories: b.F. c.com Durham Categories: a. c. c. c.uk Gwynedd Categories: a.com Gwynedd Categories: a. Pant Afon Penisarwaun.com London Category: b Browns of London Ltd.chimneyline. c. b. Richards St Mawgan Moory Meadow Coombe Martin Devon EX34 0DG Tel: 01271 882670 Fax: 01271 882670 Glasgow Categories: b. c.co.scottishstovecentre.com Web: www. d Eastern Flue Lining Systems Ltd. c. d Chimney Services 78 Foxcroft Drive Wimborne Dorset BH21 2LA Tel: 01202 884359 E-mail: kevinschimneys@aol. b. c.co. c.uk Dorset Categories: b.A.uk Web: fafchimneyservicesltd. d COSI 58/60 Wincheap Canterbury Kent CT4 5RS Tel: 01227 787587 Fax: 01227 787588 E-mail: info@cosi. Wealden Forest Park Herne Common Canterbury Kent CT6 7LQ Tel: 01227 712046 Fax: 01227 711816 E-mail: info@instantchimneys. b.com Web: www.co. c Gwynedd Safeflue Specialists Bradford House Rhedyw Road Llanllyfni. c. c. b. Chimney Services Ltd. c. E. d F.Derbyshire Categories: a.com Web: www. d Chimneyline Ltd. Caernarfon Gwynedd LL54 6SN Tel: 01286 880586 Fax: 01286 880586 E-mail: safeflue@aol. b.chimneyscotland. d H. 561 High Road Ilford Essex IG1 1TZ Tel: 0208 5972223 Fax: 0208 5972225 E-mail: the.uk Web: www. d Chimney Technical Services 63 Main Street Croftamie Glasgow G83 0EU Tel: 01360 661112 Fax: 01360 661500 E-mail: sales@scottishstovecentre. Caernarfon Gwynedd LL55 3DB Tel: 01286 871445 Fax: 01286 871445 E-mail: info@chimneyline.uk Web: www. b.com Hampshire Category: b Black Cab Chimney Sweeps of Portsmouth 19 Highland Terrace Southsea Hampshire PO4 9DE Tel: 02392 356816 Norfolk Categories: a.co.fireplace@tiscali.cosi. d Bryan Frost Chimney Relining Specialists The Studio Oxenbourne Farm East Meon Hampshire GU32 1QL Tel: 01730 263538 Fax: 01730 263538 Devon Categories: b. d Shellcast Chimney Systems Sunny Bank Park Lane Wingfield Park Alfreton Derbyshire DE55 7LR Tel: 01773 831193 Fax: 01773 836644 E-mail: shellcast-chimney@btconnect.

Stubbs Ltd.net Oxfordshire Category: b A.a1thermoline. c.d C. c.co.co. 5 Page Close Chippenham Wiltshire SN14 0TG Tel: 01249 461500 Fax: 01249 461500 E-mail: info@nuflu. T/A Chimneycrete Little Garth The Green Crakenhall Beedale North Yorkshire DL8 1HS Tel: 01677 426968 Fax: 01677 426968 E-mail: chris_liz@messages.uk Web: www. c Great Eastern Chimney Lining Service Ltd. c.gecls@talktalk.chimneycrete. 155 Norwich Road Wymondham Norfolk NR18 0SJ Tel: 01953 602379 Fax: 01953 602379 E-mail: heathermartin. d Sparkes Ltd. c. b. c.uk Web: www. d Ascot Associates Chimney Services Ltd.Norfolk Categories: b. d Nu Flu Property & Chimney Lining Services Ltd. b .uk Nottinghamshire Categories: a. Brown & Son 65 Leach Road Bicester Oxfordshire OX26 2JT Tel: 01869 600265 Wiltshire Categories: b. d A1 Thermoline Ltd The Old Farmhouse Craycombe Fladbury Worcestershire WR10 2QS Tel: 01386 862900 Fax: 01386 862901 E-mail: sales@a1thermoline. b. Unit B6 Thorpe Industrial Estate Crabtree Road Egham Surrey TW20 8RN Tel: 01784 436142 Fax: 01784 431484 E-mail: info@ascotassociates.co. d Specialist Building Services Unit 20. Prospect Court Nunn Close Huthwaite Sutton in Ashfield Nottinghamshire NG17 2HW Tel: 01623 550961 Fax: 01623 550961 Warwickshire Categories: b.co.nuflu.com Web: www.co.uk Worcestershire Categories: a.uk North Yorkshire Categories: a. J.com Surrey Categories: b. The Forge Church Road Claverdon Warwickshire CV35 8PD Tel: 01926 842545 Fax: 01926 842559 161 .

Foster House 2 Redditch Road Studley Warwickshire B80 7AX Tel: 01527 857814 Fax: 01527 854101 E-mail: enquiries@landyvent.brewercowls.com West Sussex Brewer Metalcraft Ltd.uk Web: www.com Web: www.com Bristol Vitcas Ltd.uk Web: www.co.co.uk Cornwall Association of Professional Independent Chimney Sweeps (APICS) Bryallen Hengar Road St.landyvent.co.org. Lancaster Court Coronation Road Cressex Business Park High Wycombe Buckinghamshire HP12 3TD Tel: 01494 465166 Fax: 01494 465163 E-mail: info@exhausto.co.Wohler (UK) The Old Farmhouse Craycombe Fladbury Worcestershire WR10 2QS Tel: 0845 2600366 Fax: 0845 2600466 E-mail: info@wohler.exhausto.uk Web: www.uk Web: www.com Suffolk Specflue Ltd.co.NACE ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP LIST (These companies do not meet the HETAS/NACE scheme requirements for registration) Berkshire H.uk Buckinghamshire Exhausto Ltd.wohler. Ford Lane Industrial Estate Ford Arundel West Sussex BN18 0DE Tel: 0845 6760702 Fax: 0845 6760703 E-mail: sales@brewercowls. 8 Curzon Road Chilton Industrial Estate Sudbury Suffolk CO10 2XW Tel: 0800 9020220 Fax: 01787 880555 E-mail: sales@specflue.F Ltd.co.uk Worcestershire A1 Thermoline Ltd.co.uk Web: www.co.uk Tyne and Wear Schiedel Chimney Systems Ltd.co.uk Web: www.silvaperl. .com Web: www. 8 Bonville Road Brislington Bristol BS4 5NZ Tel: 01179 117895 Fax: 01179 711152 E-mail: info@vitcas. Units 15/16 Colthrop Business Park Colthrop Lane Thatcham Berkshire RG19 4NB Tel: 01635 292400 Fax: 01635 201737 E-mail: amoorcroft@docherty.co. Docherty Ltd.docherty.uk Web: www. Tudy Bodmin Cornwall PL30 3PL Tel: 0845 6044327 E-mail: ryanandpeggy@tiscali. Crowther Estate Washington Tyne and Wear NE38 0AQ Tel: 0191 4161150 Fax: 0191 4151263 E-mail: sales@schiedel.uk Web: www.vitcas.co.co.schiedel.uk West Midlands M.M. Flue House 55 Woodburn Road Smethwick West Midlands B66 2PU Tel: 0121 5556555 Fax: 0121 5551606 E-mail: mmf@fluepipes.fluepipes.specflue. Unit 3.co. Units C & D.uk Lincolnshire Silvaperl Albion Works Ropery Road Gainsborough Lincolnshire DN21 2QB Tel: 01427 675094 Fax: 01427 811838 E-mail: silvaperl@william-sinclair.com Web: www.uk Warwickshire Landy Vent (UK) Ltd.apics.co.uk 162 .co.

A good chimney is essential to the continuing efficient and safe operation of all solid fuel burning heating and cooking appliances. A high pass standard is set for the examination.uk Web: www.co. 24 Church View. Tel: 01785 811732. construction and proper and safe operation of solid fuel burning appliances. The NACS CTC is an accredited CAA/City & Guilds Training Centre.uk THE GUILD OF MASTER CHIMNEY SWEEPS LTD Membership of the Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps Ltd is restricted to chimney sweeps who have demonstrated their competence and knowledge of chimney cleaning to the required standard. The present list of HETAS Approved Sweeps is given below. Tel: 0800 043737 Web: www. at paying customers' premises and subject to the stringent standards set by the Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps Ltd. They must carry sufficient equipment to ensure completion of the task they are employed to carry out and must fully inform the customer in writing of any problem they have found. This standard is based upon current building regulations. stoves or room heater type. Sight of this Certificate is available to customers on request. Further information on this scheme is available from NACS at Unit 15. The candidates also have to demonstrate that they have a good knowledge of chimney construction and what may inhibit that function. inglenook type with or without register plate. They have a range of training courses available to them at their own dedicated Chimney Training Centre (CTC) and regularly receive technical updates through a Chimney Journal magazine. HETAS Ltd recommends that chimney sweeping is best carried out by a HETAS Approved chimney sweep. Cornwall PL31 3PL. to educate the public about the need for regular sweeping of flues and chimneys by a competent sweep in accordance with the requirements of BS EN 12391-1 informing them of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and the risks of chimney fires. solid fuels and their properties and the design.uk HETAS Approved Chimney Sweeps List updated Thursday 10th February 2011 LIST OF HETAS APPROVED CHIMNEY SWEEPS BEGINS ON NEXT PAGE 163 . Chairman – Ryan Metters. Administrator – Peggy Metters Further information on APICS can be obtained from its official address at Bryallen. Entrants to the Course have first been assessed by the NACS as competent practical sweeps. An up to date list of HETAS Approved Sweeps is available from our website www. In order to maintain and improve the standards of chimney sweeping. which is specifically aimed at members involved in sweeping chimneys serving solid fuel heating and cooking appliances. The Association of Professional and Independent Chimney Sweeps or The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps. If you are a trainee sweep you will have been enrolled on our novice mentoring program.uk THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIMNEY SWEEPS* NACS* is a national body covering chimney sweeps in the UK. These sweeps will normally be members of The National Association of Chimney Sweeps.org. Guild membership rules require all members to hold public liability insurance and to issue sweeping/inspection certificates to all clients. to update the knowledge of its members concerning relevant legislation and regulations and to keep its members abreast of developments in techniques and equipment. Their training courses are included as evidence towards achieving an NVQ qualification in Chimney Engineering. endorsed by the Construction Awards Alliance/City and Guilds. the NACS is accredited to operate the HETAS Solid Fuel Awareness 2day Course. Staffordshire. APPROVED CHIMNEY SWEEPS The importance of chimney maintenance and regular and frequent chimney sweeping has been emphasised in Section A3 of Part 3 of this Guide and again in Section A5 of Part 4. ST15 0SR. This allows the candidates to demonstrate their abilities across a range of situations whilst at the same time demonstrating their underpinning knowledge of appliance requirements for safe effective. They then study over a two day period a range of topics such as chimney design and construction together with potential faults and their detection and correction. efficient flue and chimney sweeping service. They are also awarded a Certificate indicating that they have attended the Course and met the requirements of the examiner.co. Fax: 01785 811712. Emerald Way. Bodmin. Tel: 0845 604 4327 Web: www. assessed by HETAS. function. St Tudy. Such sweeps must carry a current NACS/HETAS or HETAS identity badge. The organisation recognises the independence of sweeps but forms them into a Trade Association that sets standards for and improves the knowledge and safety of sweeps.uk THE ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL AND INDEPENDENT CHIMNEY SWEEPS APICS was formed in April 2002.chimneyworks. Among its aims are to ensure the competence of its members as chimney sweeps and to raise the standards of the profession. Essex RM15 4LH. which shows their name and photograph. Hengar Road.hetas. Members have to have insurance cover and undertake to operate to a Code of Conduct carrying out their work to an agreed Code of Practice. All candidates must complete the two day intensive theory course. boilers or cookers. on site.co. The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps Ltd requires that candidates demonstrate their competence and underpinning knowledge in the following categories: Open fires. Stone Business Park. Further information about the Guild may be obtained from the Head Office.co.guildofmasterchimneysweeps. the Guild Training Manual and the old City and Guilds qualification. Stone. Members of APICS must have demonstrated their competence as chimney sweeps and to be listed as Approved sweeps by HETAS must have attended and met the requirements of the assessor following a HETAS Awareness course. All HETAS Approved Chimney Sweeps will be able to provide an identity card. A certificate with the APICS logo on it should be provided for every chimney swept.apics. The assessment in chimney cleaning are carried out in real time.E. email: nacs@chimneyworks. which follows the Course and which enables successful candidates to be HETAS Approved. A member of NACS will give an inspection and sweeping Certificate. APICS operates a Code of Conduct to ensure that its members give the public a reliable. Aveley.

uk Cornwall Mr Robert Young Chimney Vac 36 Coventry Road Flushing Falmouth TR11 5TX Tel: 01326 379277 Email: chimneyvac@btconnect.HETAS APPROVED SWEEPS MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIMNEY SWEEPS* Avon Mr Colin Engley Clearways Chimney & Fire Services Ltd 50 Cranmoor Green Pilning Bristol BS35 4QF Tel/Fax: 01454 631145 Email: clearwaysinfo@aol.com Web: www.sweepcornwall.collingwood@gmail.acornchimneysweep ingservices.co.co.uk Mr Ricky Bishop Bishop Fireplace and Chimney Services Limited 39 Wisbech Road Littleport CB6 1JH Tel/Fax: 01353 860391 Cheshire Mr John M Allsopp Nu-Klean Chimney Sweep Pine Cottage 7 Ashberry Close Wilmslow SK9 2RN Tel: 01625 531068 J Tobias G Miller Black Cat Chimney Sweeps 44 Burnside Way Winnington Grange Northwich CW8 4XS Tel/Fax: 01606 781714 Mr Jonathan Pomroy Pomroy Flue Care 38 Henbury Drive Woodley Stockport SK6 1PY Tel: 01614 942928 Fax: 01614 060091 Mob: 07970 593881 Mr Humphrey Pullar Humphrey Pullar Chimney Sweep 629 Crewe Road Sandbach CW 11 3RZ Tel: 01270 762980 Email: humphreysweep@mac.net Web: www.com Mr Paul Harrison A1Able Vac & Brush Sweep 63 Anglesey Road West Kirby CH48 5EQ Tel: 0151 625 5676 Fax: 0151 625 4234 Email: paulbh@cybase.com Mr David Waddilove Gwinear Vac & Brush Sweep 2 Cober Crescent Gwinear Hayle TR27 5HB Tel: 01736 850786 Email: david@waddilove48.connolly@aol.uk Web: www.uk Mr Ron Thomas Mr A T Douglas A & R Thomas Chimney Specialists 37 Leigh Avenue Widnes WA8 6PD Tel/Fax: 0151 424 5951 Mob: 07703 186606 Edward Collingwood Chimney Works Ltd 4 Keepers Cottage Village Road Cadole Flintshire CH7 5LL Tel: 01352 810304 Mob: 07983 387795 Email: dan.freeserve.c om Web:www.co.clearwayschimneys.com Mr Terry F Hodson Midway Sweeps & Liners (SJ Bird) Fyfields Valley Road Hughenden Valley HP14 4PP Tel: 01494 564321 Cambridgeshire Mr Nigel D Burling D & N Chimney Services 1 Widnall Close Grantchester CB3 9NN Tel/Fax: 01223 841562 Mr W M Hughes A1 Specialist Services Grunty Fen Farm Station Road Wilburton Ely CB6 3BZ Tel/Fax: 01353 741576 Email: A1specialistservices@tesco.co.uk Mr Chris Mears R Mears and Sons 4 The Old Manor Tresparrett Camelford PL32 9ST Tel: 01840 261221 Mob: 07737 533392 Email: info@sweepcornwall.uk Mr Patrick J Connolly Brush-Up Penroy Bearswood End Beaconsfield HP9 2NR Tel: 01494 678947 Fax: 01494 675557 Email: patsy.com Web: www.astonchimneys.com Johnny Ainscow Acorn Chimney Sweeping Services 110 Craig Road Macclesfield Cheshire SK11 7YH Tel: 01625 429333 Email:johnnyainscow@yahoo. co. Spicer Chimney Sweep 40 Dorchester Court Liebenrood Road Reading RG30 2DS Tel/Fax: 0118 9508437 Mr Scott Spence K Lock 34 The Birchwoods Tilehurst Reading RG31 5UH Tel: 01189 429138 Buckinghamshire Mick Levick (11574) Aston Chimneys 6 Bishops Field Aston Clinton Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP22 5BB Tel:0800 587 4098 Mob: 07855 447175 Email: mick@astonchimneys.com 164 .a1specialistservices.co.uk Berkshire Mr David H Duncan ACME Chimney Sweeping Services 131 Beech Lane Earley Reading RG6 5QE Tel: 0118 9871475 Mr A Spicer A.co.

co.samthesweep.uk Mr Stephen Reed Domestic Chimney Sweeping 33 Saddle Rise Springfield Chelmsford CM1 6SX Tel: 01245 469927 Web: www.uk Mr Paul C R Inman Vivid Clean Sweep 32 Quarry Park Road Plymstock Plymouth PL9 7BB Tel: 01752 406565 Mr Adrian Payne Adrian Payne Chimney Sweep Meadowside Efford Shobrooke Crediton EX17 1BJ Tel: 01392 851199 Web: www.uk Mr Peter M Nurse Solent Sweeps 32 Rowallan Avenue Rowner Gosport PO13 9RE Tel: 02392 523609 Email: thenurks@hotmail.uk Mr Steve Anker CCS Chimney Sweeps 43 Beechwood Avenue Melbourn Royston SG8 6BW Tel: 01763 220 373 Email: ccs.co.co.com 165 .p.com Web: www.uk Essex Mr Frederick Baker F Baker Chimney Sweep Limited 39 Littlecroft South Woodham Ferrers Chelmsford CM3 5GG Tel: 01245 325801 Email: fredthesweep@netscape.uk Mr David Rowntree Clean Start 111 Finchdean Road Rowlands Castle PO9 6EN Tel: 02392 412573 Mr Patrick Sessions A Brush Vac (Dartnall) 21 Addison Close Romsey SO51 7TL Tel: 01794 513226 Herefordshire Mr Nick Rollinson Nick Rollinson Chimney Services Conigree Cottage Worcester Road Ledbury HR8 1JA Tel/Fax: 01531 631089 Hertfordshire Mr R Fisher R Fisher & Son 106 Hall Lane Gt.a-sweep-plus.Cornwall (continued) Mr Tom Hammon Modern Chimney Sweep and Garden Services Chyreen Wodehouse Terrace Falmouth TR11 3EW Tel: 01326 319190 Mob: 07811 406319 Email: tomthechimneysweep@ukclea ners.com Web: www. Chishil Royston SG8 8SH Tel/Fax: 01763 838360 Email: rfisher@chimneys.uk Hampshire Mr Mark E Abbey Toast Fitzhead Gravel Lane Barton Stacey Winchester SO21 3RQ Tel/Fax: 01962 761880 Web: www.me.com Mr Martin Croft A Ampshire Ideal Chimney Sweeps Hill View Cowleaze Martinstown Dorchester DT2 9TD Tel: 01202 513858 Mob: 07792 777931 Email: Martin.co.chimneys.uk Web: www.tomthechimneysweep.co.adrianpaynechimneyswee p.croft@gmail.sootythesweep.uk Mr Paul Gosling Paul Gosling Chimney Sweep 31 Garden Suburb Dursley GL11 4EL Tel: 01453 546066 Email: paul_gosling@tiscali.uk Mr Carl Seaward C S Chimney Sweeps Old Paul‟s Shop Germansweek Beaworthy Devon EX21 5BP Tel: 01837 871601 Mob: 07837 862786 Email: cschimneysweep@gmail. 20 Scratton Road Southend on Sea SS1 1EN Tel: 01702 339198 Email: andrew_payne1@yahoo.u k Mr Alex J Glynn Glynn‟s Chimney Sweep 12 Orchard Croft Harlow CM20 3BA Tel/Fax: 01279 424983 Mr Andrew Payne Sooty's Sweep Service Ltd.uk Devon Mr Steven Cornish C B Chimney Services 32 Marpool Hill Exmouth EX8 1TD Tel/Fax: 01395 268046 Email: cbchimneys@tiscali.com Mr Steven Ross-Girard CRG Chimney Sweeps Ltd 4 Cardiff Road Northend Portsmouth PO2 8BH Tel: 02392 697400 Email: steve@crg.co.co.co.co.stevereedchimneysweep.uk Mr Ben Dawtry Chimtec Chimney Solutions 38 St Clairs Road St Osyth CO16 8QJ Tel: 01206 255323 Email: info@chimtec.co.co.co.com Mr Sam Eldershaw Sam The Sweep Limited 179 Green Lane Buxton SK17 9DG Tel: 01298 213359 Web: www.co.com Dorset Mr Reece Forbes-Sinclair Sooty the Sweep „Sooty‟s House‟ 1 Morden Road Wareham BH20 7AA Tel: 01929 554700 Email: sootythesweep@hotmail.uk Mr Ronald Weeding The Chimney Sweep 19 Finchingfield Way Colchester CO2 0AZ Tel: 01206 766891 Email: ronald.plus.co.sweeps@ntworld.com Mr Colin Adams A Sweep Plus Healing Moon Broad Street Black Torrington Beaworthy EX21 5PT Tel: 01409 231214 Mob: 07971 407431 Email: colin@a-sweepplus.com Gloucestershire Mr Christopher Geeves J Bird Chimney Sweeps 74 Swift Road Abbeydale Gloucester GL4 4XH Tel: 01452 521732 Email: sootybloke@blueyonder.weeding@ntlworld.crgchimneysweep.com Derbyshire Mr Andrew Booker The Clean One Chimney Sweep Back Tor Farm Cottage Edale Hope Valley S33 7ZB Tel: 01433 670154 Email: alicomN@aol.demon. uk County Durham Mr Richard Barker Pro-Vac Chimney Service 88 Davison Road Darlington DL1 3DR Tel: 01325 264859 Cumbria Mr Robert Chambers R Chambers Chimney Sweep 6 Mearness Drive Ulverston LA12 9PE Tel: 01229 588025 Email: rob@chambrs.fosterchimneysweep.chimtec.uk Web: www.com Web: www.demon.co.com Mr Ray Foster R Foster Chimney Sweep Robinswood Central Avenue Hullbridge SS5 6AU Tel: 01702 231662 Web: www.aampshire.com Web: www. co.uk Web: www.toast-fireplaces.

co.uk Mr Frank Bull Lincoln & District Chimney Sweep 42 Hermit Street Lincoln LN5 8EG Tel: 01522 807 881 London & Middlesex Mr Geoff Allen Black Cab Chimney Sweeps 33 Myrtle Gardens Hanwell London W7 3JQ Tel: 0208 840 2901 Mobile: 0781 399 3503 Email: gordonsweep999@btinternet.uk Bernard McGarry c/o Vic Crompton Ltd Unit 27.uk Kent and S.co.G.com Web: www. Wright Master Sweep Services 39 Mountview Road Orpington BR6 0HN Tel: 020 8302 5468 Fax: 01689 897463 Email: martin@chimneysweep.co.co.uk Mr Mark Igglesden Ashford Chimney Sweep Ranch Bungalow Pluckley Road Bethersden Ashford TN26 3DD Tel: 01233 627317 Email: ashfordchimneysweep@btconn ect. 12 Ramsey Grove Burnley BB10 2NR Tel/Fax: 01282 454350 Email: sheryl.chimneys.co.com Mr Phillip Joiner C/o Chimney Vac Water Farm Hythe Road Smeeth TN25 6SS Tel 01303 813 814 Email: chimneyvac@aol.co.co.hillyard186@btinternet.demon.uk Web: www.viccromptonltd.co m Mr Lee Pearce Apex Chimney Sweeps 9 Rokesby Close Welling DA16 3RR Tel: 020 8856 4341 Fax: 020 8856 3926 Email: leepearce@apexchimneyswee ps. Chishill Royston SG8 8SH Tel/Fax: 01763 838360 Email: rfisher@chimneys.co.lan@ntworld.uk Mr Dave Donald Dave Donald Chimney Sweeping 36 Old Lancaster Road Catterall Preston PR3 0HN Tel/Fax: 01995 603615 Email: davedonald1@hotmail. Chorley Business & Technology Centre Euxton Lane Chorley PR7 6TE Tel/Fax: 01257 264100 www. Chorley Business & Technology Centre Euxton Lane Chorley PR7 6TE Tel/Fax: 01257 264100 www.co.wanadoo. Chorley Business & Technology Centre Euxton Lane Chorley PR7 6TE Tel/Fax: 01257 264100 Web: www. co.uk Lincolnshire Mr Eric Bones Ace Chimney Specialists Littleworth Lodge Southen Goxhill DN19 7NE Tel/Fax: 01469 533020 Mr Stuart Beagles Beagles Chimneys The Forge Frithville Road Sibsey Boston PE22 0SP Tel: 01205 751133 Email: beagles@chimney.com Mr Craig Forster C Forster Chimney Sweeps 5 Birling Park Birling West Malling ME19 5JD Tel: 01732 845178 Email: sweep0101@aol.com Mr John Connor J C Services 1 The Retreat Birchington CT7 9HS Tel 01843 843566 Mob: 07775 688582 Mr Keith Hillyard KSS Chimney Sweeps Ltd. Chorley Business & Technology Centre Euxton Lane Chorley PR7 6TE Tel/Fax: 01257 264100 www.co.ajcoles-chimneys.viccromptonltd.acornchimneys.co.co.uk Mr Steven Howard Howards Tarleton Ltd t/a Howards (Tarleton) 7 Fermor Road Tarleton Preston PR4 6AP Tel/Fax: 01772 812714 Email: info@howardstarleton.co.uk Web: www. uk Mr Keith Bell Medway Chimneys Limited 43 Skinner Street Gillingham ME7 1LG Tel: 01634 855098 Fax: 01634 855098 Mobile 07956 835822 Mr Martin P Glynn B.uk Web: www.apexchimneysweeps. Chorley Business & Technology Centre Euxton Lane Chorley PR7 6TE Tel/Fax: 01257 264100 www.co.demon.howardstarleton. 8 Forgefield Bethersden Ashford TN26 3BL Tel/Fax: 01233 820303 Email: keith.co.viccromptonltd.uk 166 .uk Mr Paul Harris c/o Vic Crompton Ltd Unit 27.uk Lancashire Mr Vic Crompton Vic Crompton Ltd Unit 27.Hertfordshire (cont) Mr Paul Fisher R Fisher & Son 106 Hall Lane Gt.com Mr Wilfred G Missing Chimney Vac Water Farm Hythe Road Smeeth Ashford TN25 6SS Tel: 01303 813814 Fax: 01303 813836 Email: chimneyvac@aol.viccromptonltd.uk Mr Trevor Forster T Forster Chimney Sweeps 21 The Beeches Walderslade Chatham ME5 0NS Tel/Fax: 01634 686289 Email: trevorforster@msn.uk Mr Ray Langford Acorn Suction Cleaners 20 Glover Road Pinner HA5 1LF Tel/Fax: 020 8429 2067 Email: acornchimneysweep@hotmail.u k Mr John W Bristow John Bristow Chimney Sweep 73 Ravenswood Avenue Tunbridge Wells TN2 3SJ Tel: 01892 536117 Mr Ricky D White Mr Tony White c/o Whites Cleaning Services 342 North View Swanley BR8 7TD Tel/Fax: 01322 667616 Mr Ian Lancaster Acorn Chimney Sweeps Ltd.uk Web: www.co.co.uk Web: www.com Web: www.uk Web: www.chimneysweep.chimneys.pearcechimneysweep.viccromptonltd.chimneyspecialists.com Email: davidtwhite@btconnect.uk Mr James Spinks c/o Vic Crompton Ltd 007 Chimney Lining Services Unit 27.co .co.uk Mr Brian Stuffins c/o Vic Crompton Ltd Unit 27.c om Mr Alan Coles 51A Station Road Barnet London EN5 1PR Tel: 0800 007 6940 Mob: 07932 56666 Email: alan@ajcoles.E London Mr Ralph J Allard Ralph Allard Chimney Sweep Bramcote Canterbury Road Swingfield Dover CT15 7HR Tel: 01303 844465 Mr Stephen Butler Pearce & Grandson 138 Hayes Chase West Wickham BR4 0JE Tel: 0208 777 7721 Mob: 07956 344830 Email: pearcesweeps@hotmail.co.co.

uk 167 .co.co.abcvacsweep. com Mr Jeremy F Moore Happy Smiling Chimney Services Unit 4 Newbury Works Newbury Coleford BA3 5RX Tel: 01373 814745 Fax: 01373 812987 Email: happysmilingchimney@hotmail.com Mr Graham Firkins H Firkins & Sons Head Office 59 Minton Road Felpham West Sussex PO22 7JX Tel: 01243 865838 Fax: 020 8886 9420 Email: firkinschimneysweep@btintern et. com Mr Peter Strong Peter Strong Chimney Sweep Hazel Grove 13 Jaycroft Road Burnham on Sea TA8 1LE Tel: 01278 780997 Mob: 07867 633629 Email: rubecottage@msn.Vacuum Chimney Sweeping 9 Coleridge Road Balderton Newark Nottingham NG24 3QS Tel: 01636 702583 Oxfordshire Mr John Underwood Banbury Chimney Sweeps 15 Chacombe Road Middleton Cheney Banbury OX17 2QS Tel: 01295 710690 Mob: 07973 502269 Shropshire Mr Stephen Morris Stephen Morris Master Chimney Sweep Ltd Brierley Maesbrook Oswestry SY10 8QP Tel/Fax: 01691 682418 Email: steviesweep@talk21.co.co.com Mr Fenton L Willis Willis Chimney Sweeps Narrowboat Saint Florian Lock 96 Grand Union Canal Green Lane Hanwell W7 2PH Tel/Fax: 020 7978 6924 Email: sootyfen@f2s.uk Laurie Balderstone D Thompson Chimneys Ltd Schoolfield House Field Lane Fakenham NR21 9QX Tel/Fax: 01328 851081 Email: thompsonchimneys@btconnect .net Mr Robert Ellis Robert Ellis Prof.hfirkinsandsons.uk Web: www.uk musicbox@globalnet.uk Northumberland Mr James A Duffy J D Chimney Sweeps 15 Brierley Gardens Otterburn NE19 1HB Tel: 01830 520363 Email: sootbear@homecall.com Suffolk Mr Paul Cooper Paul Cooper Chimney Sweep 9 Kirkton Close Shotley Gate Ipswich I P9 1QG Tel: 01473 787374 Mr Barry Fuller Barry‟s Chimney Sweep Service 14 Brook Street Glemsford Sudbury CO10 7PL Tel: 01787 281107 Mob: 07960 861335 Surrey Mr Mike Binge A1 Chimney Sweeps 46 Bennetts Way Shirley Croydon CR0 8AA Tel 0208 777 4674 Mr Chris Blackman Mr Cleansweep Ltd 240 Croham Valley Road Croydon CR2 7RD Tel: 020 8651 3999 Mr Richard J Vine Vine Chimney Sweep 28 Clifford Road Richmond TW10 7EA Tel/Fax: 020 8332 6373 Sussex Mr Ian Dempsey Cinders Chimney Sweep Wardsown House Union Street Flimwell East Sussex TN5 7NX Tel: 0800 007 5296 01580 879848 Email: cinderssweep@btinternet.London & Middlesex (cont) Mr Paul Ross Chimney Sweeps Ltd 190 Waverley Road Rayners Lane Harrow HA2 9RE Tel: 020 8868 8606 Email: chimneysweepross@aol.co.com Norfolk Mr John Abbot Ample Clean Chestnut Cottages Whitlingham Lane Trowse Norwich NR14 8TW Tel/Fax: 01603 666964 Norfolk (cont) Robert Russell 1-2-Rely-On The Bungalow London Road Attleborough Norfolk NR17 2DE Tel: 01953 455512 Mob: 07966 174536 Email: robertmrussell@hotmail.danthechimneyman.stephenmorris. Nesscliffe Shrewsbury SY4 1BD Tel: 01743 741452 Somerset Mr Daniel Smith Daniel Smith Chimney Services 1 Ridgeway Cottages Greinton Glastonbury TA7 9BW Tel: 01458 210999 Email: chimneydan@fsmail.com Web: www.uk Mr Jeremy M Moore Happy Smiling Chimney Services Unit 4 Newbury Works Newbury Coleford BA3 5RX Tel: 01373 814745 Fax: 01373 812987 Email: happysmilingchimney@hotmail.com Web: www.the-sweep.co.uk Mr Warren Durrant A Chimney Chap The Smithy Low Street Hardingham Norwich NR9 4EL Tel: 01953 851065 Mr Andy R Wishart Andy Wishart Chimney Sweep 42 Fieldhouse Gardens Diss IP22 4PH Tel: 01379 643181 Mr Andrew Bishop Bishops Fireplace & Chimney Services Ltd Porter‟s Lodge Station Road Ten Mile Bank PE38 0EP Tel: 01366 377283 Email: Mr David Thompson D Thompson Chimneys Limited Schoolfield House Field Lane Fakenham NR21 9QX Tel/Fax: 01328 851081 Email: thompsonchimneys@btconnect .cinderssweep.12relyonchimneysweep.co. 9 Queensway Willcott.co.com Web: www.the-sweep.c o.uk Nottinghamshire Mr Paul Berry Roy‟s Vac Sweep Ashbrook The Paddocks Long Bennington Newark Nottingham NG23 5DZ Tel: 01400 282778 Email: paulberry@orange.co.uk Northamptonshire Mr David Harrison ABC Vac Sweep: 1A Ace Vac 89A Addington Road Irthlingborough NN9 5UP Tel: 01933 650 275 Fax: 01933 650362 Web: www.com Web: www.co.uk Mr John H Thomson Shropshire Chimney Sweeping Ltd.com Web: www.net Web: www.uk Mr Gary Strowbridge Clean Sweep 26 Elmleigh Midhurst GU29 9EZ Tel: 01730 812011 Teesside Mr John P Gallant J E Gallant & Son 74 Hesleden Avenue Acklam Middlesbrough TS5 8RN Tel: 01642 817778 Email: johngallant@hotmail.

uk Web: www.u k Wales Mr.scottishchimneys.co.com Mr Michael Turner Mister Sweep 4 Derwent Road Harrogate North Yorkshire HG1 4SG Tel: 01423 548740 Email: mike.s.co.com Scotland Mr John Challis JC's Chimney Sweep Service Westwood.co m Web: www.2553 7 Mason Road Headless Cross Redditch Worcestershire B97 5DA Tel: 01527 541117 Email: steve.baker247@btinternet.turner@ntworld.uk Email: enquiries@scottishchimneysomh. A P Gissing Tony‟s Professional Chimney Sweep Service 26 Westbourne Road Castle Park Whitby North Yorkshire YO21 3ND Tel/Fax: 01947 604736 Email: thegissings@btconnect.uk 168 .uk Mr John H Chamberlain Thistle Chimney Services Thistle Cottage Kilconquhar Leven Fife KY9 1HA Tel: 01333 330057 Email: sootfree@aol.uk Mr Robert P Searby R P Searby Chimney Sweep 130 Pye Nest Road Sowerby Bridge West Yorkshire HX2 7HS Tel: 07721 361839 Email: rpschimneysweep@aol.uk Mr Robert Hudson Hudson and Hudson Chimney Sweep Services 91 Capel Newydd Avenue Blaenafon Torfaen NP4 9LR Tel: 01495 791070 Mob: 07592 029288 Email: sonofhudd@yahoo.murray@pembrokeshire. com Mr Nigel Hutchings Mr Carl Journeaux c/o Pembrokeshire County Council Contract Services Unit 23 Thornton Business Park Milford Haven Pembrokeshire SA73 2RR Tel: 01437 775910 Fax: 01437 775911 Email: mike.thechimneysweepcompan y.com Web: www.uk Mr John Richards J Richards Chimney Sweep 19 Ty Hen Est.co.uk Mr Kenneth I Paterson K & I Paterson – Paterson Stoves Tangasdale Lumphanan By Banchory AB31 4SR Tel/Fax: 01339 883272 Email: lums@sootysweep.co.co.fireandfluecardiff.com Mr Glen Cox c/o Old Mill Chimneys North Commonside Farm Greenock Road Inchinnan Renfrewshire PA4 9NA Tel: 0141 812 4639 Fax: 0141 812 3889 Web: www.allanchimneysweeps.co m Worcestershire Mr Steve Baker Perfect Plumbing & Chimney Services .uk Mr Ian Allan I Allan Chimney Sweep 33 Ferguson Avenue Renfrew Renfrewshire PA4 0TH Tel: 0141 587 2951 Email: ian_chimneysweep@hotmail.co.uk Wiltshire Mr Graeme Pattison Jolly-Pattison Meredith House Lower Stanton St Quintin Chippenham SN14 6BY Tel: 01666 837837 Email: graeme.sootbusters. David K Barrott Hygienic Chimney Service 18 Hill Top Avenue Harrogate North Yorkshire HG1 3BH Tel: 01423 526042 Mr.Teeside (continued) Mr Brian McSporran Chimney Clean 64 Windemere Drive Skelton in Cleveland Saltburn-by-the-Sea Cleveland TS12 2WT Tel: 01642 509472 Tel: 01287 659406 Mob: 07816 373350 Tyne and Wear Mr Malin Groves 1A Ace Chimney Sweeps 1 Severs Terrace Callerton Newcastle upon Tyne NE5 1PB Tel: 0191 214 0109 Mob: 07785 937995 Warwickshire Mr Paul Amos Ansley Chimney Sweeps 39 Birchley Heath Road Birchley Heath Nr Nuneaton CV10 0QY Mob: 07732 349252 Mr Rod Murdoch Sootbusters Ltd 70 Home Farm Crescent Whitnash Leamington Spa CV31 2QW Tel: 01926 887195 Email: info@sootbusters.co.g ov.co. Com Ltd 65 Henllan Street Denbigh Clwyd LL16 3PF Tel: 01745 813704 Fax: 01745 814476 Email: ron@thechimneysweepcompan y.michaelruddenterprises.net Mr John L R Thompson Thompson Services 24 Hanbury Road Bargoed CF81 8QT Tel: 01443 833054 Fax: 01443 833056 Email: thompsonservices@tbtconnect.pattison@btinternet. Littlemill Nairn Inverness IV12 5QL Tel: 01667 456632 Email: john@westwoodcattery.karoo. WaunFawr Caernarfon Gwynedd LL55 4PJ Tel: 01286 650789 Email: jonsweep@fsmail.co.c o.co m Yorkshire Mr.uk Mr Richard McGeoch Settle Chimney Sweep Services 4 Craven Terrace Settle North Yorkshire BD24 9DB Tel/Fax: 01729 823683 Mob: 07815 285321 Mr Glenn Sear P J Sear & Son 113 Westwick Road Greenhill Sheffield South Yorkshire S8 7BU Tel: 0114 2747677 Mr Michael R Rudd Rudd‟s Chimney Sweep Coupland Villa Holme Road Market Weighton York North Yorkshire YO43 3EU Tel: 01430 873739 Email: michaelrudd@btconnect.com Mr Ian H Paterson K & I Paterson – Paterson Stoves Tangasdale Lumphanan By Banchory AB31 4SR Tel: 01339 883787 Email: lums@sootysweep.co.com Mr Robert D Leonard Leonards & Airlievac 9 St Andrews Close Paull Hull East Riding Yorkshire HU12 8AS Tel/Fax: 01482 890952 Email: bob@rdleonard.com Web: www. Ron Clark The Chimney Sweep Company.com Mr Philip A Lowe Philip Lowe Chimney Sweep 18 Palace Avenue Llandaff Cardiff CF5 2DW Tel: 02920 577739 www.

co.Wales (continued) Mr Robert Lewis Cardiff Suction Sweeping Company 4 St Malo Road Heath Cardiff CF14 4HN Tel: 02920 330632 Email: appointments@cardiffsuctions weeping.co .cardiffsuctionsweeping.uk 169 .uk Web: www.

chimneyproblems.co.com Web: www.isokern.uk Mr Chris Kirby Hayes UK Limited Unit 7 Eagle Industrial Estate Brookers Road Billingshurst RH14 9RZ Tel: 08700 711700 Fax: 08700 711701 Email: sales@hayesuk.co.uk Derbyshire Mr Terry Askew Red Bank Manufacturing Co Ltd Atherstone Road Measham Swadlincote DE12 7EL Tel: 01530 270333 Fax: 01530 273667 Email: sales@redbankmfg.co.co.co.loftshop.uk Mr Daniel Wingad Regin Products Limited 10-11 Tower Square Huntingdon PE29 7DT Tel: 01480 412415 Fax: 01480 457484 Email: sales@reginproducts.com Mr Peter Stedman Loft Shop Group Ltd.uk Somerset Mr Nick White Jack Door Chimney Birdguards c/o Mendip Fireplaces Windsor Hill Shepton Mallet BA4 4JE Tel: 01749 344015 Fax: 01749 343471 Email: jackdoor@mendipfireplace s.co m Web: www.uk.com Mr Rodney Fowler Sturdy Vac Engineering Ltd 35 Milner Road Brighton BN2 4BS Tel: 01273 601666 Fax: 01273 570549 Email: sales@sturdyvac.sturdyvac.u k Web: www.specflue.regin-products.uk Herefordshire Mr Nic Snell Certainly Wood Ltd Lower Lulham Madley Hereford HR2 9JJ Tel: 01981 251796 Fax: 01981 251211 Email: nsnell@certainlywood.poujoulat.co.uk Hampshire Mr Chris Ford Chimflue Ltd Unit 5 Viscount Court Southway Walworth Industrial Estate Andover SP10 5NW Tel: 01264 332878 Fax: 01264 366647 Email: chris@chimflue.co.mendipfireplaces.certainlywood.arada. c/o Simple Fit Ltd Unit 4W Central Crescent Marchwood Ind.chimneycap.uk Northamptonshire Mr Nigel Stokes Arctic Products Limited Baird Road Corby NN17 5ZA Tel: 01536 276952 Fax: 01536 276900 Mobile: 07734 062918 mailto:andy@arcticproduct s.gill@simplefit.co.uk Web: www.co. uk Web: www. Eldon Way Littlehampton BN17 7HE Tel: 01903738510 Fax: 01903 738511 Email: enquiries@loftshop.co.chimflue. Ovington Prudhoe NE42 6EE Tel: 01661 833233 Fax: 01661 834312 Email: info@chimneycap.co.co.uk Dorset Mr Mark Bretell Arada Ltd The Fireworks Bridport DT6 3BE Tel: 01308 427234 Fax: 01308 423441 Email: mbretell@arada.arctic-products.ohlimited.co.com Mr John Read Schiedel Isokern Ltd 14 Haviland Road Ferndown Industrial Estate Wimbourne BH21 7RF Tel: 01202 861650 Fax: 01202 861632 Email: johnrread@msn.hayes.co. uk Web: www.uk Web: www.co.uk 170 .com Web: www.uk Web: www.co.co.com Web: www. uk Mr Andrew Wilding Specflue Ltd 8 Curzon Road Chilton Industrial Estate Sudbury CO10 2XW Tel: 01787 880333 Fax: 01787 880555 Email: andrew@specflue.com Web: www.co.uk Mr Russell Howarth NFU Mutual Insurance Society Ltd.uk Northumberland Mr Michael Coates C-Caps (UK) Ltd Southcroft.co.com Surrey Mr Anthony Reed Forrester Kedddy-Poujoulat (UK) Limited Unit 1A Quadrum Park Old Portsmouth Road Guildford GU3 1LU Tel: 01483 461700 Fax: 01483 533435 Email: sales@poujoulat.co.co.uk Web: www.com Mr John Hortop Brewer Metalcraft Units C & D Ford Industrial Estate Ford Arundel BN18 0DF Tel: 0845 676 0702 Fax: 0845 676 0703 Email: sales@brewercowls. Hardham Pulborough RH20 1LB Tel: 01798 874382 Fax: 01798 874426 Email: pulborough@nfumutual. Hardham Business Park Mill Lane.co.co.nfumutual.co.com Cambridgeshire Mr Tony Hore O H Limited PO Box 1012 Great Shelford Cambridge CB1 5LR Tel/Fax: 01223 846834 Email: sales@ohlimited.co.uk Sussex Mr Douglas Rose Midtec Products Ltd 22 New Upperton Road Eastbourne BN21 1NU Tel: 0845 130 4385 Fax: 0845 130 4395 Email: dcr@midtecllp.redbankmfg.eurocowl.uk Web: www.com Web: www.co.uk Web: www.houseofswan.co.midtecllp.co.uk Web: www.uk Web: www.brewercowls.uk Web: www.com Web: www.uk Mr David Gill Eurocowl Ltd.uk Web: www.u k Suffolk Mr Huw Samuel CICO Chimney Linings Limited North End Hinton Road Saxmundham IP17 3QS Tel: 01986 784044 Fax: 01986 784763 Email: cico@chimneyproblems.ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIMNEY SWEEPS (These companies do not meet the HETAS/NACS scheme requirements for registration) Buckinghamshire Mr John Catania Republic Technologies (UK) Ltd Sword House Totteridge Road High Wycombe HP13 6DG Tel: 01494 533300 Fax: 01494 537943 Email: enquiries@houseofswan.co.uk Web: www. Park Southampton SO40 4PB Tel: 02380 663210 Fax: 02380 663086 Email: david.

thermocrete.com Mr Gareth Samuel Hepworth Drainage Hazlehead Crow Edge Sheffield S36 4HG Tel: 01226 763561 Fax: 01226 766057 Email: garethsamuel@hepworthdr ainage. Unit 2D Hirwaun Ind.uk Web: www.co.rite-vent.amsmetalproducts.co.midtherm.co.co.hepworthterracotta.landyvent.u k Mr Daniel Burford J D Burford Ltd.uk Mr Stefan Kurlak Wohler UK A1 Services Ltd.Tyne & Wear Mr Ken Thompson Rite-Vent Limited Crowther Estate Washington NE38 0AQ Tel: 01914 161150 Fax: 01914 151263 Email: sales@ritevent.co m Ms Quaerina Chorley AMAC Engineering Limited Glycoch Tanglwst Newcastle Emlyn SA38 9NJ Tel/Fax: 01559 371770 Email: info@amacengineeringltd.co.c o. Aberdare CF44 9UP Tel: 01685 811882 Fax: 01685 813861 Email: sales@amsmetalproducts.co.chimneyspecialist.uk Mr Gavin Brooke Wakefield Brush UK Limited Units 8-10 Newhaven Business Park Milnbridge Huddersfield HD3 4HS Tel: 01484 642555 Fax: 01484 642888 Email: sales@wakefieldbrushcom pany.co.co.net Web: www.c om Web: www. uk Yorkshire Mr A Barnes Thermocrete Chimney Lining Systems Mortimer Street Bradford BD8 9RL Tel: 01274 544442 Fax: 01274 484448 Email: info@thermocrete.co.thewakefieldbrushco mpany.uk Web: www.com Web: www.co.amacengineeringltd.com Web: www.uk Web: www. The Old Farmhouse Craycombe Farm Fladbury WR10 2QS Tel: 0845 230 0366 Fax: 0845 260 0366 Email: stefan@wohler.uk Web: www.com Wales Mr Christian Pederson Topstak Chimney Specialists Limited Unit 42 Vale Business Park Cowbridge Vale of Glamorgan CF71 7PF Tel: 01446 771567 Fax: 01446 772882 Email: info@topstakchimneys.uk West Midlands Mr Mike Trevitt Midtherm Flue Systems New Road Netherton Dudley DY2 8SY Tel: 01384 458800 Fax: 01384 458811 Email: sales@midtherm.u k Web: www.uk Worcestershire Mr Richard Langley Landy Vent (UK) Limited Foster House 2 Redditch Road Studley B80 7AX Tel: 01527 857814 Fax: 01527 854101 Email: landyvent@lineone.co .uk 171 .topstakchimneys. Est.uk Web: www.c o.

uk London Mr Gary Stubbings Phoenix Fireplace Services 28 Sunneymead Road London NW9 8BU Tel: 0800 612 7854 Mob: 07737 180403 Email: garystubbings@f2s.uk Web: www.sweep@btinternet.uk Staffordshire Mr Simon Guy-Holt A Chimney Sweep 14 Sycamore Road Stone ST15 8NJ Tel: 01785 609454 Suffolk Mr David Briant Eco Sweep Willow Cottage Pakenham Road Thurston IP31 3QJ Tel: 01359 232335 Mob: 07526 108842 Email: ecosweep@live.co.HETAS APPROVED SWEEPS MEMBERS OF THE GUILD OF MASTER CHIMNEY SWEEPS LTD Cambridgeshire Mr Lawson Wight J.uk Web: www.Waumsley@yourlocal sweep.co.uk Web: www.com Dorset Mr Robert Erskine The Chimney Keepers 2 Marks Mead Drimpton Nr Beaminster DT8 3RZ Tel: 01308 867486 Email: roberterskine72@yahoo.uk Mr Andrew C Taylor Chimney Sweep 7 Elmore Road Peterborough PE3 9PS Tel: 01733 330449 Email: andctay@aol.co.com Kent Mr Stephen G Shrubb Invicta Chimney Sweeps Unit 3 Barngarth Farm Farm Buildings Lower Cox Street Detling Maidstone ME14 3HE Tel: 0800 328 9577 Mob: 07088 549010 Email: sshrubb@talktalk.com Web: www. Wight 26 Cow Lane Rampton Cambridge CB24 8QG Tel: 01954 253315 Email: Lawson@camsweep. co.u k Mr Gavin Cater Bryan Cater (Partnership) The Poplars Thetford Road Northwold Thetford IP26 5LW Tel: 01366 728342 Mob: 07860 137701 Fax: 01366 728342 Email: gav@bryancater.co.uk Web: www.com Web: www.uk Mr W J Wight Ablewight 12b Manor Close Harston Cambridge CB22 4LY Tel: 01223 835886 Email: lkwight@hotmail.co.uk Essex Daniel Hodgson Danny Hodgson Clean Sweep Chimney Services Ocean Deck. co.co. com Mr Benjamin Hodgson Embers Fireplaces & Stoves 30 Station Terrace London NW10 5RP Tel: 0208 964 3365 Mr Matthew Hodgson Embers Fireplaces & Stoves 30 Station Terrace London NW10 5RP Tel: 0208 964 3365 Norfolk Mr Bob Russell 1-2-Rely-On The Bungalow London Road Attleborough NR17 2DE Tel: 01953 455512 Email: robertmrussell@hotmail.yourlocalsweep.co.net Web: www.uk Cornwall Mr Donald Rowe The Old Smithy Heamore Penzance TR13 2EG Tel: 01736 363 491 Email: donalddrowe@hotmail.co.com Web: www.co.uk 172 .chelmerchimneys.com Web: www.sootseekers.co.L.thechimneykeepers.co.co.dole@btinternet.uk Hampshire Mr Frank L Diment Clean Sweep 1 Ketchers Field Selborne Alton GU34 3DB Tel: 01420 511197 Mob: 07971 511171 Email: clean.phoenixchimneysweeps .chimneysweepslondon.co.co.co.uk Web: www.sootandsweep. Clifford Road Grays.uk Derbyshire Mr Stefan M Waumsley 1st Peak Chimney Services 53 Needham Street Condor DE5 9RR Tel/Fax: 01773 749903 Mob: 07970 202251 Email: Stefan.com Web: www.invictachimneysweeps.chimneysweepcambrid ge.uk Mr Mark Hagon Chelmer Chimney Services 12 Belle Vue Chelmsford CM2 0BD Tel: 01245 601174 Mob: 07703 057979 Email: markhagon@chelmerchimne ys.co.com Mark Fitch 18 Dennis Road Liskeard Cornwall PL14 3NS Tel: 01579 343899 Mob: 07773 462643 Email: mark1fitch@yahoo. uk Mr Mark Fisher Sootseekers 87 Winstone Avenue Branksome Poole BH12 1PD Tel: 0774 8785885 Email@ mark@sootseekers.uk County Durham Mr David Owens Vac Sweep 173 Yarm Road Darlington DL1 1EE Tel: 01325 283668 Mob: 07774 649431 Email: david@vacsweep.co m Web: www.com Mr Michael Dole Chimney Sweeps & Flue Lining 11 Betterton Street London WC2H 9BP Tel: 0207 470 8804 Email: m.com Mrs Karen Taylor Chimney Sweep 7 Elmore Road Peterborough PE3 9PS Tel: 01733 330449 Mr David Goddard Soot and Sweep 64 Medcalfe Way Melbourn Cambridgeshire SG8 6HU Tel: 01763 268312 Email: sootandsweep@btinternet.chimneyservices.bryancater. RM16 6QL Tel: 0800 043 4737 Mob: 07870 816159 Email: chimneysweep@blueyonder.ecosweep.

the14u2callchimn eysweep.webs.2 Call Chimney Sweep 68 Raynsford Road Gt Whelnetham Bury St Edmunds IP30 0TN Tel: 01284 388745 Email: the14u2call@hotmail.com 45 Willenhall Road Bilston WV14 6NW Tel: 07932 632169 Email: mark@stovefitter.uk Surrey Mr Sascha Meding 1-2-C Master Chimney Sweep 314 Carshalton Road Carshalton SM5 3QB Tel: 020 8770 1630 Email: info@1-2cmasterchimneysweep.co.co.1-2cmasterchimneysweep.rytonsweeps.uk Web: www.com Yorkshire Mr David Wooffindin Chimney Services 14 Westbourne Grove Barnsley South Yorkshire S75 1AE Tel: 01226 237417 Email: chimneyservices@o2. Biggar South Lanarkshire ML12 6TH Tel: 01864 505124 Mob: 07970 165828 Email: simon@ablesweep.fireworksweep. Mr Martin Lewis 1.co.co.co.uk Web: www.uk 173 .U.com Wiltshire Ali Swainston (14008) ISIS Chimney Care 10 Pike House Close Cricklade Wiltshire SN6 6EX Tel: 01793 750466 Mob: 07729 834864 Email: aliswainston@gmail.com Web: www.co.uk Tyne and Wear Richard Lawson Hexham Chimney Sweeps 11 Primrose Gardens Blaydon-on-Tyne NE21 4NU Tel: 0191 413 7573 Mob: 07858 392934 Email: hexhamsweeps@hotmail.com West Midlands Mark Daniels Stovefitter.ablesweep.com Web: www.uk Jason Ross (13827) Fire Work 7 Hillpark Brae Munlochy Ross-shire Scotland IV8 8PL Tel: 01463 811818 Mob: 07790 545036 Email: contactfirework@gmail.uk Richard Lawson Ryton Sweeps 11 Primrose Gardens Blaydon on Tyne Tyne and Wear NE21 4NU Mob: 07708 326173 Email: rytonsweeps@hotmail.Suffolk cont.co.stovefitter.uk Web: www.co.co.uk Web:www.uk Scotland Mr Simon Llewellyn Ablesweep Teden Gill Elvanfoot Nr.co.4.

co.co.com Cornwall Mr Paul Bradley Chimney Specialist 119 Trelowarren Street Camborne TR14 8AW Tel: 01209 610780 Email: asweep@btconnect.c o. com Dorset Mr Dale Edds Drake‟s Chimney Cleaners 88 Old Kiln Road Upton Poole BH16 5SH Tel: 01202 744754 Mob: 07917 223009 Mr David Warburton Drake‟s Chimney Cleaners 88 Old Kiln Road Upton Poole BH16 5SH Tel: 01202 744754 Mob: 07917 223009 Durham County Mr Robert Waite Bob Waite Sweep 22 Arnold Avenue Blackhall Colliery Hartlepool TS27 4NE Tel: 0191 586 5809 Essex Mr David D Moore David Moore . Steven Cornish CB Chimneys 32 Marpool Hill Exmouth EX8 1TD Tel/Fax: 01395 268046 Email: cbchimneys@tiscali.C.com Devon Geoff Woodley Chimney Sweep North devon 8 Campion Drive Barnstaple Devon EX32 8RB Tel:01271 376861 Mob: 07922 026818 Email: chimneysweepnorthdevon@gma il.uk Web: www.net Mr Tony Rollin 11 Well Meadow Egloskerry Launceston PL15 8SS Tel/Fax: 01566 785309 Mr Steve Thompson Steve Thompson Chimney Sweep 31 Glebe Place Ruan Minor Helston TR12 7JW Tel: 01626 587587 Mob: 07866 025686 Email: steve@thechimneysweep.co.co.com Web: www.thechimneysweep.uk Mr Steven Kay A Clean Sweep The Homestead Mitchell Newquay TR8 5AX Tel: 01872 510080 Email: steve@cornishchimneys.uk Web: www.com 174 . co.com Web: www.uk Email: davebeansmoore@aol. Taylor Chimney Sweeps 7 Elmore Road Peterborough PE3 9PS Tel: 01733 330449 Email: andctay@aol.co.HETAS APPROVED SWEEPS MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL AND INDEPENDENT CHIMNEY SWEEPS Cambridgeshire Mr.cornishchimneys.com Gloucestershire Mr Stephen M Banwell Traditional Chimney Sweep 1 Lyefield Road East Charlton Kings Cheltenham GL53 8BA Tel/Fax: 01242 526719 Email: banwelltradchimsweep@tiscali.uk Mr Keith Howes Croyde Chimney Sweepers High Leigh Croyde EX33 1PL Tel: 01271 890544 Mr Adrian Tye Mac Vac The Chase Tavistock Road Yelverton PL20 6ED Tel: 01752 342083 Mob: 07860 830362 Email: macvac123@hotmail.com Mr Pascal Olivier 13 Mrytle Grove Bideford EX39 3HZ Tel: 01237 473457 Mr George Bainborough George Bainborough Chimney Sweep Ford House Cawleigh Chumleigh EX18 7JY Tel: 01769 580489 Email: georgebainborough@btinternet. Karen Taylor A.uk Mr Benjamin Matthew Brushwork Chimney Cleaning 16 Bolenna Lane Perranporth TR6 0LB Tel: 01872 571726 Email: brushwork@talktalk.co.uk Mr Mark Best Industrial and Domestic Cleaning Services 1 Aldens Green Alphington Exeter EX2 8TR Tel: 01392 254120 Mr Steve Burrow Soot & Sweep 10 Brookdale Ottery St Mary EX11 1EB Tel: 01404 813159 Mob: 07793 124229 Mr Alf Butler 57 St Budeaux Close Ottery St Mary EX11 1HR Tel: 01404 811843 Mr. Andrew & Mrs.chimneysweepnorthdevon.co.uk Mr Mark Banwell Chimney Sweep 1 Lyefield Road East Charlton Kings Cheltenham GL53 8BA Tel/Fax: 01242 526719 Norfolk Mr Geoff A Ball ABC VacSweep (ABallClean) 77 Haverscroft Close Taverham Norwich NR8 6TL Tel: 0160 386 1096 Mob: 07732 646116 Somerset Mr Paul M Gregory Alexander The Grate 1 Old Orchard Forton Chard TA20 2LX Tel: 01460 261156 Email: alexanderthegrate@yahoo.chimneysweeper.asweep.uk Mr Lawrence Butcher Enfield Farm 30 Hayle Road Fraddam Hayle TR27 6EH Tel: 01736 850033 Mob: 07966 547829 Email: loloubutcher@aol.Your Friendly Sweep 29 Francis Close Horndon on the Hill SS17 8NT Tel: 01375 360956 Mob: 07905 720934 Web: www.

com Web: www.co.co. co.uk Wales Mr Andy Jones Kleen Sweep Coed Digain Llangernyw Conwy LL22 8PP Tel: 01745 860360 Mr.sweepsklean.West Sussex Mr Terence S Healy 2 Holly Cottages Cuckfield RH17 5DD Tel: 01444 453 228 Mob: 07759 450564 Email: terry_healy@btconnect.co.chislett@live. A W Chislett Clearview Chimney Sweeping Service 73 St Andrews Crescent Mardy Abergavenny Monmouthshire NP7 6HN Tel/Fax: 01873 855904 Email: a.uk Web: www.w.chimneysweepwestsussex.uk Worcestershire Mr Richard Northam Sweepsklean 55 Crabs Cross Lane Redditch B97 5LG Tel: 01527 401664 Mob: 07915 578580 Email: enquiries@sweepsklean.co.uk 175 .uk Web: www.clearviewchimneysweeping .

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EXPLANATION OF ACRONYMS USED IN THE GUIDE ACRONYM ADJ ADL APICS BFCMA BIS BS EN CoGDEM CPRS CTC DCLG DECC DEFRA GMS HHIC HETAS NACE NACS OFTEC REA SAP SCA SFA SI SIA UL DESCRIPTION Approved Document J Approved Document L Association of Professional Independent Chimney Sweeps British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers Association Department for Business. Food and Rural Affairs Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps Heating & Hot Water Industry Council Heating Equipment Testing and Approval Scheme National Association of Chimney Engineers National Association of Chimney Sweeps Oil Firing Technical Association Renewable Energy Association Government‟s Standard Assessment Procedure for Energy Rating of Dwellings Smoke Control Area Solid Fuel Association Statutory Instrument Stove Industry Alliance Underwriters Laboratory 197 . Innovation and Skills British Standard European Norm The Council of Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring Competent Persons Registration Scheme Chimney Training Centre Department for Communities and Local Government Department of Energy and Climate Change Department for Environment.

Aarrow Signature 5 SC and Arrow Signature Inset 7. New page 129 – Insert company details for English Wood Fuels Page 171 – Addition of Ryton Sweeps under Tyne and Wear Page 164 – Addition of Acorn Chimney Sweeping Services under Cheshire and CS chimney sweeps under Devon Page 166 – Change of business name to Stephen Morris Master Chimney Sweep Ltd Under Shropshire.Insert 5 new entries for Arada – Hamlet Solution Inset 7. 585.Stanley Cara Insert Page 23 – Insert new listing . Page 163 – Addition of new sweeps business – Chimney works ltd Page 172 – Removal of David Macgregor (MacVac) from list Page 57 – insert new listing for Robey‟s – Rais 700 Page 36 – Add DEFRA Exemption symbol to Dovre 500CBW and 700CBW models Page 63 – Add DEFRA Exemption symbol to Riva 40 and 55 models Page 64 – Add DEFRA Exemption symbol to Riva 66 models Page 65 – Add DEFRA Exemption symbol to Riva Vision MF stoves and Riva Plus Small.8%. Midi and Medium models Page 66 – Add DEFRA Exemption symbol to Stockton Milner Brick STMB Page 126 – Add English Wood Fuels to Certified Producers list. Page 24 . Updated efficiency for Contura 600 Series to 71. New Page 69 – Insert new page 69 to include Termatech products.Hamlet solution Inset 5 to page 24.Addition of Hillandale name to Monterrey 3. Existing listings for Villager Chelsea Solo/Duo and Bayswater moved to Page 26. 5 and 7 for Broseley. Check and update pagination of contents pages 25-02-11 28-02-11 08-03-11 17-03-11 31-03-11 04-04-11 07-04-11 21-04-11 198 . under existing listing for Maxibrite Ltd. Page 26 – (Previously page 25) consolidated to incorporate all existing Villager listings for Arada. Page 84 – Insert Dunsley Highlander 8 Central Heating Boiler Page 72 – Insert new listing . New Termatech products inserted.CHANGE TRACKING Date 09-02-11 14-02-11 21-02-11 24-02-11 Change Page 123 – Add Edistone to certified producers Table. 590. Page 170 – Addition of new sweeps business – Soot and sweep.3%. New Page 25 – Insert new listings . Aarrow Signature 5 Freestanding and Aarrow Signature 7 Freestanding. Page 125 – Add Edistone to Index to Biomass Fuel Producers. Page 122 – Addition of Extracite.Hamlet Solution Inset 5 SC and transfer existing . Insert Handol 30 series and Insert Handol 50 series. Page 165 – Remove Buckland Chimney Page 154 – Update reference to ADJ to 2010 Page 167 – Update details for old Mill Chimneys Page 163 – Update business name for Ron Thomas Chimney Sweep Page 170 – Update details for Clean sweep Chimney Services Page 165 – Addition of new sweeps business 1-2-Rely-On Page 165 – Addition of Bernard McGarry c/o Vic Crompton Ltd Page 167 and 173 – Transfer of clearview chimney sweeping services from the NACS list to the APICS list Page 171 – Addition of new sweeps business – ISIS Chimney care Page 167 – Removal of Philip Barnes under Wiltshire Page 167 – Update details for perfect Plumbing and Chimney services Page 163 – Addition of Aston Chimneys under Buckinghamshire Page 165 – Update details for Keith Hillyard Page 172 – Addition of new sweeps business – Chimney Sweep North Devon Page 170 – Addition of Mark Fitch under Cornwall Page 171 – Addition of Fire Work chimney sweeps under Scotland Page 166 and 170 – Transfer of A Chimney Sweep from NACS to The Guild of Master Sweeps. Page 118 – Insert Termatech details in Index Check and update pagination of contents pages Page 26 . Aarrow Ecoburn 5SC. Check and update pagination of contents pages Insert new page 56 Move all Pevex Enterprises listings previously on page 55 to new page 56. Page 164 . Page 170 – Update details for Ablewight Page 122 – Supertherm II approval included for Closed Appliances. Aarrow Ecoburn Inset 7. 590T to Contura 500 series listing.Update details for Medway Chimneys. Added change tracking page Check and update pagination of contents pages Page 145 – Update details for Jeremias UK Page 123 – Update change of company name in Table B of Part 2 to Oxbow Coal Ltd. approved for closed appliances. 586. Page 55 – Insert new listings for Nibe AB: Addition of 556. Updated efficiency value for this range to 71. Transfer existing listings Aarrow Ecoburn Inset 5 and Aarrow Signature Inset 5 to new page 25.