Our expert showroom staff can talk to you about all aspects of the technology used in today’s fires.
For instance, many of Anglia’s wood-
Regulations stipulates that hazardous levels of flue gases are not permitted to enter the installation location of the stove when the stove is in operation. The flue gases have to be drawn off via a chimney/Flue system.
In conjunction with ventilation systems, special safety precautions have to be observed, since ventilation systems can create a sub pressure that can allow the flue gas to escape into the room. In case of a malfunction, flue gases can escape via the stove’s air inlets,which are normally used for domestic combustion air supply.
The term “direct vent stove” arose as a result of these considerations.
Direct vent stoves have to meet the following criteria:
stove is installed.
At the moment there are no clear regulations in the with direct air stoves within the UK. However Europe offer us some guidance as they have long established regulations around this, as such there are two standards recognised in Europe the German DiBt and the Swiss Minergie Module. There are many stoves on the market that say they have direct air but do not meet these requirements so additional ventilation to the room would be required.
Anglia Fireplaces offer a range of product from Europe that offer these qualifications, whether it be an inset appliance from M-