Flexibility in flue design

Published:  19 June, 2005

A chimney-automation system from Exhausto for multiple boilers connected to a single header and chimney system consists of a powerful chimney fan, control system and sensor. The fan speed of the CAS 8002 system is modulated so that a pre-set under pressure is maintained in the complete flue system. The sensor monitors the chimney draught and supervises the fail-safe function

The system provides much more freedom in the design of the flue run, increasing the choice of appliance positions and improving the aesthetics of the building.

Large savings on flue systems and installation costs can be achieved, as flue diameters and chimney height can be reduced.



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