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Tubinox Gas Flex

Stainless steel single skin flexible liner

Tubinox Gas Flex is a single skin, stainless steel flexible flue liner designed for use with gas and oil heating appliances. This range is perfect for the renovation of existing masonry chimneys with offsets. It is ideally suited for operating temperature up to 250°C and comes with a 10 year Axa backed guarantee.

This range is the ideal solution for lining a naturally vented room-sealed gas fires, this range is not suitable for condensing application.

All of the products offered by Cheminées Poujoulat have been rigorously tested in every configuration by the CERIC Laboratory to ensure they meet highest standards (Building Regulation Document J - Amendements to Approved Documents).

CE marking: 0071-CPD-0047
Designation: T250 N1 D W Vm L50010 O20


  • Wide range of accessories i.e. Terminals, Clamp Plate, bracketeries, etc
  • Extremely flexible
  • Quick and easy to install with no mess
  • Easily meets regulation requirements

 

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Diameters

Renovation kits

Our Renovation Kits can combine the air intake as well as the smoke evacuation, utilising the existing brick stack.

diameters

KIT 1: Vertical connection to the chimney

diameters

KIT 2: Horizontal connection to the chimney

diameters

 

Note: Other diameters up to 200mm are available on request. Allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.

 

Packaging methods:

Cut Lengths: It can be ordered in 8,10,13 & 16 metres.

Ecofilm Coils: From 52 to 36 metres coils depending flex diameter, it can be packed as 1 coil shrink wrapped on one pallet or be supplied with 2 coils on one pallet.

 

Technical features

Flex Ø (in mm)

100

130

150

Wall material AISI 316L stainless steel - Thickness: 0.1 mm
Nb of metre per Ecofilm coil 52m 44m 36m

Max flue gas temperature

250?C

Lining an existing stack


The existing masonry chimney itself isn't very well adapted for the evacuation of combustion gases coming from your heating appliance. Indeed, the existing stack can be too old, too large and its tightness can't be guaranteed. Your actual installation may cause a risk of domestic fires, condensation or bad chimney draught. It is essential, to get the best of your system chimney, using the right flexible liner, adapted, conformed and safe. You then require lining your existing masonry chimney. 
The lining principle consists of introducing inside your existing stack, a stainless steel flexible liner adapted to the evacuation combustion gases.


Technical support


Our Technical team will provide you a full thermal and structural design and produce working CAD drawings, all fully compliant with British and European Standards. For any technical enquiries, please e-mail: sales@poujoulat.co.uk

  • Benefits
    • Wide range of accessories i.e. Terminals, Clamp Plate, bracketeries, etc
    • Extremely flexible
    • Quick and easy to install with no mess
    • Easily meets regulation requirements

     

    Hetas  logo-CE.png  logo_CERIC.png

  • Technical data

    Diameters

    Renovation kits

    Our Renovation Kits can combine the air intake as well as the smoke evacuation, utilising the existing brick stack.

    diameters

    KIT 1: Vertical connection to the chimney

    diameters

    KIT 2: Horizontal connection to the chimney

    diameters

     

    Note: Other diameters up to 200mm are available on request. Allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.

     

    Packaging methods:

    Cut Lengths: It can be ordered in 8,10,13 & 16 metres.

    Ecofilm Coils: From 52 to 36 metres coils depending flex diameter, it can be packed as 1 coil shrink wrapped on one pallet or be supplied with 2 coils on one pallet.

     

    Technical features

    Flex Ø (in mm)

    100

    130

    150

    Wall material AISI 316L stainless steel - Thickness: 0.1 mm
    Nb of metre per Ecofilm coil 52m 44m 36m

    Max flue gas temperature

    250?C

  • Installations instructions

    Lining an existing stack


    The existing masonry chimney itself isn't very well adapted for the evacuation of combustion gases coming from your heating appliance. Indeed, the existing stack can be too old, too large and its tightness can't be guaranteed. Your actual installation may cause a risk of domestic fires, condensation or bad chimney draught. It is essential, to get the best of your system chimney, using the right flexible liner, adapted, conformed and safe. You then require lining your existing masonry chimney. 
    The lining principle consists of introducing inside your existing stack, a stainless steel flexible liner adapted to the evacuation combustion gases.


    Technical support


    Our Technical team will provide you a full thermal and structural design and produce working CAD drawings, all fully compliant with British and European Standards. For any technical enquiries, please e-mail: sales@poujoulat.co.uk


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Cheminées Poujoulat is the specialist in production of metallic chimneys, chimney stacks , accessories for single houses, collective buildings, industrial and offices applications, for new buildings and renovations.
Cheminées Poujoulat offers a wide choice of solutions for flexible and rigid linings, connecting chimneys for all typs of appliances , inserts, wood stove, pellet stove, and boilers. Besides, Poujoulat can offer various solutions to improve the smoke evacuation : smoke extractor fans, warm air distribution, draft regulators, solution for maintening and sweeping the chimneys.