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Chimney Liner Cowl for Solid Fuels is designed to fit flexible flue liner to a birdguard cowl, without the need to remove the chimney pot.

The Cowl attaches to the chimney liner with a strong stainless steel fixing strap and clips.

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Sku:CHIMNEY425

£59.99

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The Solid Fuel Chimney Liner Cowl is designed to fit flexible flue liner to a birdguard cowl, without the need to remove the chimney pot.

The Cowl attaches to the chimney liner with a strong stainless steel fixing strap and clips.

The Cowl then sits on the pot with another stainless steel clip holding it secure. The Solid fuel Chimney Liner Cowl also benefits from a unique system, whereby the clips thread through the fixing straps, this ads to the ease of installation and prevents losing any of the fittings down the chimney.

Weight 2 kg
Its sometimes difficult to choose the correct size of Chimney Cowl. We have the perfect solution and can be done from ground level as well. If you can accurately guess the size or width of the chimney pot from the floor you can order the right Cap or Cowl from Chimney Cowl Products. The good news is this is relatively easy once you know the rough size of a house brick and the thickness of the walls of a chimney pot. Using either the naked eye or a set of binoculars get a ‘side on’ view of the chimney pot you wish to cap or fit a chimney cowl, then find a full sized brick nearest to the chosen pot as a reference, normally directly underneath. Now imagine that the brick is placed on top of the chimney pot itself and make a mental note whether it would fit inside, hang over, or sit flush. It may sound silly but once you know that the width of an average UK house brick is 225mm ( 9″ ) for imperial or 215 ( 8 and half ” ) on a modern property, it provides a very accurate impromptu tape measure. The other factor you may need is internal pot size, this can also be guessed quite accurately if you know the average thickness of a chimney pot is about 25mm ( 1″ ) , simply factor this in and you can work out most chimney pot width’s quite accurately. If you have large decorative rolls on top of the pot, make an allowance for this by guessing, using a brick as your guide.
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