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Single wall

Single wall multi fuel flue pipe

SINGLE WALL  is a fully seam welded  316L stainless steel single wall pipe.

It can be used as a liner to an existing brick stack and / or a connecting flue pipe for solid fuel appliances and as a chimney system for gas & oil appliances.

It is available in 6 diameters (Ø100, Ø130, Ø150, Ø180, Ø200 & Ø250).









Product details

> The Poujoulat cone to cone patented joint provides a 50 mm depth engagement, giving excellent joint stability and performance.

> Every component is supplied with a Locking band and a safetey ring to guarantee security.

> Quick and easy to install with no mess.

> Wide range of accessories i.e. Terminals, Register Plate, Adjustable Elbows, brackets & supports


Complete range of ancillaries available

> Air-vent, fire-cement, fire rope, smoke pellet, mastic, selant, CO alarm, paint, insulation bag, thermometer, moisture meter, clay pot and more.


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 - Amendments to Approved Documents).


Technical data

> Max. Temperature limitation: 450°C
> CE marking: 0071-CPR-0014
> Designation:
> Ø100 to Ø150: T450 N1 W V2 L50040 G - thickness: 0.4mm
> Ø180 to Ø250: T450 N1 W V2 L50060 G - thickness: 0.6mm


> The RC EM Adaptor provides a perfect connection between the single wall chimney and the Enamel Premium & Startinox connecting flue pipe.

> The extended 175 mm long spigot on the RC EM  Adaptor when used with the Poujoulat register plate provides up to 100 mm pipe adjustment making the installation of the stove easier.

Installation & regulation

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 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.

Why should I insulate my chimney?

> For any chimney to work successfully, it must be kept warm. The draw up a flue is directly related to the difference in temperature between the flue gasses and the air outside.

Do I need to insulate my chimney?

> For most chimneys that run up through the inside of the house it is probably not necessary although at Poujoulat we suggest that chimneys running up a gable chimney or exposed outside walls should be insulated.    


> It is important that chimneys serving all types of solid fuel appliance are swept regularly to remove soot, tar and potential blockages.


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