Centrotherm Collective Chimney Flue Gas Systems

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When renovating high rise buildings many principles choose for individual condensing (combi) boilers. One of the main issues is to solve the problem that existing chimneys don't withstand the relative cold and wet flue gases from the condensing boiler. In many cases the installer chooses for an individual flue gas system for appartment, e.g. the Centrotherm flexible pipe with diameter DN50/58. Also another option is to install a collective flue gas system, with connections to the boilers on every floor, the so called CLV or 1/2-CLV systems.

Centrotherm has an easy to install product with excellent performance, a modular PP-based system in diameter DN110. This product is sold in many European countries during the last years. Many installers, principles and advisers gave very positive feedback.

  • Suitable for under and over pressure operation (non return valve required)
  • Maximum number of appliances depends on capacity, availability of non return valve and fan characteristics
  • Chimney calculations with Kesa Aladin supplied on request
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to handle, easy to shorten
  • Unique fastening mechanism for connections to every boiler
  • Pressure class of the system H1 (5.000 Pa)
  • Modular construction, floor heights easy to adjust
  • Transparent material: easy to inspect during installation or with camera after installation
  • Full range of products: inspection parts, adapters, terminals, extensions, bends, etc.
  • Suitable to be adjusted to extension systems with PP flue pipe, like concentric PP/plastic, PP/metal or single wall PP

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