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Masonry chimney stack BRETAGNE

masonry chimney stack
masonry chimney stack
masonry chimney stack
masonry chimney stack
masonry chimney stack
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Regional chimney stack The Bretagne has been designed to fit the architectural style of the regions in the West of France. It is installed without structural work and without roof-frame reinforcement with its universal flashing and light weight. It is intended for new-build dwellings or renovation and is perfectly in conformity with the new regulations Supplied with an insulated chimney, it secures the smoke exhaust. A manufactured solution, with its flashing being part of the chimney stack, the tightness is secured with a kit made of polymere material to be used on any type of slates. It is available in numerous finishes (smooth paint, roughcast or brick) and can be fitted with different types of cap. Poujoulat offers you exceptional product quality, recognized by the largest European heating appliance manufacturers – all its products comply with French and European standards and have a 10-year guarantee. Large number of choices Quick and easy to install High-quality materials Ensures good draught Optimises applicance efficiency Ten-year guarantee andCERIC Tested (test laboratory). Chimney stack supplied fitted with a Therminox ZI insulated multi-fuel chimney. BRETAGNE chimney stacks, ref. STB and STBP, are installed over the ridge and fit into the roof with slates. The STBP chimney stack is a gable end version. The flashing is specially carried out in the factory for each roof pitch and is integrated into the chimney stack. The fastening to the roof structure is universal (frame ref. FSB supplied with production chimney stack).

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