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    • chimneyguy
    • By chimneyguy 11th Oct 16, 3:17 PM
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    Furanflex liners query
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    Furanflex liners query 11th Oct 16 at 3:17 PM
    I read a forum discussion about Furanflex (not Furanflex25, I mean the original Furanflex products) liners a while ago but it seems to have disappeared. The debate was about whether black Furanflex liners, which have been installed in homes, are suitable for solid fuel like wood. Does anyone know? These liners are used a lot. The last forum discussion didn't have a conclusion.
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    • matelodave
    • By matelodave 11th Oct 16, 3:51 PM
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    I wouldn't have though so - wood burners get extremely hot compared to gas fires so I'd have thought that a proper stainless steel liner is what would be required.
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    • By soursweet 10th Dec 16, 12:55 PM
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    Black Furanflex
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    • 10th Dec 16, 12:55 PM
    Black Furanflex is for gas appliances not solid fuels such as wood. Red Furanflex is suitable for solid fuels.
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