Eldfast - The Ceramic & Flexible Flue Lining Experts

Eldfast Chimney Lining

With Eldfast chimney lining from Landy Vent, you could save money, do your bit for the environment and even guard against carbon monoxide poisoning.
Eldfast chimney linings are installed throughout the UK and Europe through our network of trusted contractors. We also carry out CCTV surveys and air pressure testing nationally throughout the UK.

Eldfast is a ceramic mix of materials that does not contain lime or cement and can therefore withstand continuous exposure to extreme temperatures having been rigorously tested by BSRIA, DANAK & DIBT to conform to current in country Regulation Standards & Requirements.

Utilising some adaptations to our unique tooling (for which Landy Vent have certain patents) flues from 62mm up to 600mm can be cleaned and lined, making full use of the nominal lining thickness of the Eldfast system in order to retain those vital minor flue dimensions. Obviously this same benefit is applicable to several similar types of flue construction: e.g. concrete flue blocks, clay liners and brick flues which can be lined and sealed using Eldfast.

Why Eldfast Chimney Linings Are Different

Maintains the internal space of your chimney flue

Traditionally, flue lining involves inserting an inflatable sausage into the flue and filling it with concrete, leaving a small, round hole in the middle of the flue. If the fireplace is still in use, the lack of space within the flue can cause smoke to come back down the chimney, creating an unpleasant atmosphere and covering your furniture in a layer of soot.

Eldfast flexible flue liners are drawn through the chimney to leave a 4mm thick layer on the face of your flue. Because we use a ceramic chimney lining system that follows the contours of your flue, the space inside your chimney is hardly reduced at all.

No disturbance or damage to your brickwork

Many other in-situ flue liners require bricks to be moved, lengthening the installation process. However, because Eldfast flue lining is drawn through your flue using a plug, there is no need to break into the flue or remove any brickwork.

Heat resistant – acts as an insulator

Eldfast ceramic lining is more resistant to heat than other chimney lining materials. It therefore acts as an insulator, maintaining the heat of the gases passing through it and reducing the risk of condensates. This is particularly handy for homes with thatched roofs, which can lower the temperature of the gases still further.

Not damaged by high temperatures

A chimney fire can reach temperatures of over 1000 degrees Celsius. While other flue linings can be damaged by extreme temperatures, our ceramic lining shows no deterioration at temperatures of almost 2000 degrees Celsius. In fact, high temperatures only serve to vitrify this ceramic chimney lining and make it even stronger. Eldfast flue liners are guaranteed to withstand your chimney fire, saving you money on replacement chimney linings and giving you extra peace of mind.

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