This document specifies the characteristics and test methods for flue dampers that are used as components, carrying flue gas, in order to limit the flow in a chimney or to prevent back flow of soot during cleaning of the chimney or to prevent the backflow of the flue gas e.g. in case of multi-served chimneys.
This document covers only flue dampers incorporated in a housing and installed inside a building.
This document covers only flue dampers with sealings made of elastomeric materials for temperature classes up to T 200 and corrosion class 1 or 2 in accordance with EN 14241-1 or sealing materials for dry applications with a fire reaction class A1 in accordance with EN 13501-1.
This document covers only flue dampers with motor drive, casing and flue damper plate which are interlocked in such a way that they can only be separated by using tools.
This document covers only mechanical flue dampers where any motor is in accordance with EN 60730-2-14 and the cover for electrical components of the flue damper fulfils minimum protection class IP40 according to EN 60529.
This document covers only flue dampers which are designed and installed to ensure that incorrect information about the position of the flue damper flap are absolutely impossible, which are only installed on components that are interlocked to the casing, which are only activated by components that are interlocked to the flue damper flap and where it is ensured that the limit switch opens or the flue damper flap moves to the open position if one of these interlocks fails. This safety target may also be achieved with an equally suitable method (e.g. bracing or welding).
This document covers only flue dampers for biomass boilers ≥ 1 000 kW and industrial applications with limit switches in accordance with EN 61058-1 or EN 50156-1.
This document covers only flue dampers where it is possible to identify the position of the flue damper flap.
This document covers only totally closed, manually driven flue dampers (type 1) which have a facility to adjust the position of the flue damper flap.
This document covers only totally closed, mechanically driven flue dampers (type 2) with only the positions "fully opened" and "fully closed" and where it is not possible to fix the flap in the non-closed position during the flue damper flap stays in closed position while the appliance is not working.
NOTE   This applies only to multi-appliance installations with positive pressure conditions.
This document covers only partially closed flue dampers (type 3 to 5) where it is possible to adjust the position of the flue damper flap and where it is ensured that the flue damper flap does not change position by itself.
Flue dampers which are integral parts of system chimney products or other chimney components, e.g. flue liners, connecting flue pipes, are not covered by this document.
This document also specifies the provisions for marking, manufacturers’ instruction, product information, Assessment and Verification of Constancy of Performance (AVCP).
This document does not specify issues for electrical parts.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for access components comprising a frame and a door or doors which provide access to the flue of a chimney for the purpose of inspection or cleaning.
Access components for higher nominal working temperature than 450 °C, positive pressure and wet applications are not covered by this standard.
The document is limited to access components with door opening dimensions with a maximum width of 450 mm and a maximum height of 600 mm.
Products not freely ventilated are excluded from this document.
This document also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturers’ instruction, product information and information on the AVCP (Assessment and Verification of Constancy of Performance).
Access components already tested together with system chimney products or other chimney components, e.g. flue liners, are not covered by this document.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for flue gas silencers made of metal that are used as accessories in order to reduce the noise level of combustions appliances.
The standard covers silencers in the connecting flue pipes and on top of chimneys.
This standard does not cover silencers installed as chimney sections. This standard excludes active silencers.

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This part of EN 13384 specifies methods for calculation of the thermal and fluid dynamic characteristics of chimneys serving more than one heating appliance.
This part of EN 13384 covers both the cases, either
a)   where the chimney is connected with more than one connecting flue pipe from individual or several appliances in a multi-inlet arrangement; or
b)   where the chimney is connected with an individual connecting flue pipe connecting more than one appliance in a cascade arrangement.
The case of multiple inlet cascade arrangement is covered by the case a).
This part of EN 13384 deals with chimneys operating under negative pressure conditions (there can be positive pressure condition in the connecting flue pipe) and with chimneys operating under positive pressure conditions and is valid for chimneys serving heating appliances for liquid, gaseous and solid fuels.
This part of EN 13384 does not apply to:
-   chimneys with different thermal resistance or different cross-section in the various chimney segments. This part does not apply to calculate energy gain;
-   chimneys with open fire places, e.g. open fire chimneys or chimney inlets which are normally intended to operate open to the room;
-   chimneys which serve different kinds of heating appliances regarding natural draught, fan assisted, forced draught or combustion engine. Fan assisted appliances with draught diverter between the fan and the chimney are considered as natural draught appliances;
-   chimneys with multiple inlets from more than 5 storeys. (This does not apply to balanced flue chimney.);
-   chimneys serving heating appliances with open air supply through ventilation openings or air ducts, which are not installed in the same air supply pressure region (e.g. same side of building).
For positive pressure chimneys this part only applies if any heating appliance which is out of action can be positively isolated to prevent flue gas back flow.

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This European Standard specifies methods for the calculation of the thermal and fluid dynamic characteristics of chimneys serving one heating appliance.
The methods in this part of this European Standard are applicable to negative or positive pressure chimneys with wet or dry operating conditions. It is valid for chimneys with heating appliances for fuels subject to the knowledge of the flue gas characteristics which are needed for the calculation.
The methods in this part of this European Standard are applicable to chimneys with one inlet connected with one appliance. The methods in Part 2 of this European Standard are applicable to chimneys with multiple inlets and one inlet with multiple appliances. Part 3 describes methods for the development of diagrams and tables for chimneys serving one heating appliance.

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This document specifies material-independent general test methods for all system chimneys. It can be used for all flue gas carrying products.
NOTE   The thermal performance tests for the determination of the distance to combustible material for accessories (draught regulators, access components, etc.) are included in different standards of CEN/TC 166.

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This document specifies requirements and the basic performance criteria for chimneys, flue liners, connecting flue pipes, components and accessories used to convey the products of combustion from combustion appliances to the outside atmosphere. This document is to be used as a reference for all product standards of CEN/TC 166.
This document specifies sootfire resistant chimneys, flue liners, connecting flue pipes, fittings and accessories for combustion appliances burning solid, liquid and gaseous fuels and non-sootfire resistant chimneys, flue liners, connecting flue pipes, components and accessories for combustion appliances burning liquid and gaseous fuels only. It also specifies sootfire safe accessories for combustion appliances burning solid, liquid and gaseous fuels.
NOTE 1   This means that chimneys, flue liners, connecting flue pipes and components which are non-sootfire resistant and accessories which are non-sootfire resistant or non-sootfire safe are not suitable for combustion appliances burning solid fuel.
This document also identifies minimum requirements for marking, instructions, product information and provides guidance for the assessment and verification of constancy of performance (AVCP).
This document does not apply to structurally independent chimneys and custom-built chimneys consisting of non-CE-marked components.
NOTE 2   This document can be used as a basis for the specifications of products covered by a European Technical Assessment.
NOTE 3   All product standards drafted by Technical Committee CEN/TC 166 are based on the Mandate M/105.

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This European standard specifies the requirements and test methods for draught regulators and standstill opening devices that are used as components, carrying flue gases, in order to limit the draught in chimneys and provide secondary air to the chimney.
Draught regulators and standstill opening devices for positive pressure chimneys are not covered by this standard.
It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturers’ instruction, product information and evaluation of conformity.

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This European Standard specifies the materials, dimensional and performance requirements for straight concrete system chimneys for balanced flue applications comprising a concrete flue liner and a combustion air supply duct, and a combination of compatible chimney components, which may be concrete flue blocks (see Clause 4), obtained or specified from one manufacturing source with product responsibility for the whole chimney.
The European Standard does not apply to concrete system chimneys with back ventilation.
This European Standard does not cover products designated wet (W) in conjunction with corrosion class 3.
This European Standard also applies to concrete system chimneys constructed from storey-height elements and flue blocks reinforced for handling.
This European Standard does not apply to structurally independent (free standing or self-supporting) system chimneys.
NOTE   Any reference to the term flue blocks implies both flue blocks and their fittings, except where otherwise indicated.

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This European Standard covers electrically operated metal fans for chimneys that are able to create a stable positive or negative pressure for the chimney.
This European Standard covers fans installed inline in the connecting flue pipe (inline fans) or mounted on the chimney outlet (exhaust fans).
This standard excludes chimney cowls (Terminals with aerodynamic characteristics).

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This European Standard specifies the materials and the dimensional and performance requirements for straight concrete system chimneys for non-balanced flue applications comprising a concrete flue liner and a combination of compatible chimney components, which may be concrete flue blocks (see Clause 4), obtained or specified from one manufacturing source with product responsibility for the whole chimney.
This European Standard does not apply to concrete system chimneys with back ventilation.
This European Standard does not cover products designated wet (W) in conjunction with corrosion class 3.
This European Standard also applies to concrete system chimneys constructed from storey-height elements and flue blocks reinforced for handling.
NOTE   Any reference to the term flue blocks implies both flue blocks and their fittings, except where otherwise indicated.

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This European Standard specifies the performance requirements and test methods for system chimneys with plastic flue liners used to convey the products of combustion from appliances to the outside atmosphere under dry and wet conditions. It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturer's instructions and evaluation of conformity.
This European Standard describes chimney components from which system chimneys can be assembled.
This European Standard is not applicable to chimneys with sootfire resistance classification class G.
This European Standard is not applicable for chimneys with the following classification:
-   corrosion resistance class 2 concerning natural wood );
-   corrosion resistance class 3;
-   pressure class N2.
This European Standard is applicable to chimneys designed so that no condensate accumulation can occur, e.g. with a minimum inclination of 3° to the horizontal.
This European Standard is not applicable
-   for system chimneys with plastic coated flue liners;
-   to structurally independent (free-standing or self-supporting) chimneys.
Chimneys with components which need further processing during the installation to reach the final material properties are no system chimneys and therefore also not covered by this standard.
This European Standard does not cover the requirements for horizontal terminals (as defined for C1 installation types in CEN/TR 1749) regarding aerodynamic behaviour, rainwater ingress and icing behaviour.

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This European Standard specifies the material requirements and test methods for prefabricated elastomeric seals for use in flue liners. It also specifies the requirements for evaluation of conformity.
These seals are components in flue liners of different materials such as metal, plastic, clay, concrete.
Performance requirements of elastomeric seals in flue liners are covered by the relevant product standards.
In the product standards, chimney products, including seals, are tested under operational conditions (e.g. temperature, pressure, mechanical load, flue gas, condensate) to relevant properties such as leakage and deformation.
This European Standard covers seals intended for use in both dry and wet conditions. Therefore all seals are tested for functioning under wet conditions.
This European Standard does not contain all the requirements necessary for chimneys with the following classification:
-   corrosion resistance class 2 concerning natural wood ),
-   corrosion resistance class 3.
This European Standard is also applicable for sealants, in case nothing else is defined. The specimens are made from the sealants, which have been brought into a practical form, cured under manufacturers' instructions. The cured sealants will fulfil the same requirements as seals.
NOTE   Cured sealants are operationally seals in application.

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La présente Norme européenne spécifie les méthodes d’essai des composants de conduits de fumée métalliques.

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This European Standard is a product standard for clay/ceramic flue liners operating under wet conditions with solid walls or walls with vertical perforations for use in the construction of multiwall chimneys and flue pipes which serve to convey products of combustion from fireplaces or heating appliances to the outside atmosphere by negative or positive pressure. It includes the flue liners used for domestic and industrial chimneys which are not structurally independent (free-standing). This European Standard specifies the performance requirements for factory made flue liners and chimney fittings. Testing including thermal testing with or without insulation, marking and inspection are covered by this standard. Flue liners that are specified to this standard will meet the requirements of EN 1457-1 with the same working temperature, pressure, designation and soot fire resistance.

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This European Standard is a product standard for clay/ceramic flue liners operating under dry conditions with solid walls or walls with vertical perforations for use in the construction of multiwall chimneys and flue pipes which serve to convey products of combustion from fireplaces or heating appliances to the outside atmosphere by negative or positive pressure. It includes the flue liners used for domestic and industrial chimneys which are not structurally independent (free-standing). This European Standard specifies the performance requirements for factory made flue liners and chimney fittings. Testing including thermal testing with or without insulation, marking and inspection are covered by this standard. This part does not cover flue liners operating under wet conditions.

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This Technical Specification specifies general requirements and material independent test methods for vertical terminals with different aerodynamic properties.
This Technical Specification does not apply to material dependent test methods and to requirements and test methods related to a chimney.
It is intended to be used as reference for product standards for terminals.
NOTE   For the designation, marking and product information, relating to the items of the terminals a proposal is included.

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This European Standard specifies the materials, dimensional and performance requirements for precast concrete flue blocks as defined in Clause 3 for use in chimneys. The flue blocks may be of single wall or multi wall construction. The standard does not apply to flue blocks with back ventilation.
This standard does not cover products designated wet (W) in conjunction with corrosion class 3.
The standard also specifies a type of flue block to dimensionally co-ordinate with masonry unit coursing height, referred to as a type B (Bonding block).
This European Standard also applies to storey-height and flue blocks reinforced for handling.
NOTE   Any reference to the term flue blocks implies both flue blocks and their fittings, except where otherwise indicated.

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This European Standard specifies the material, dimensional and performance requirements for factory made precast concrete outer wall elements for chimneys including outer wall fittings.
This European Standard covers elements having up to four passages designated to accommodate a combination of flue liners and/or ventilation passages.
This European Standard also relates to storey-height and reinforced outer wall elements.
This European Standard does not apply to structurally independent (freestanding or self-supporting) chimneys constructed using these outer wall elements.
NOTE   Any reference to the term "outer wall element" implies both the outer wall elements and their fittings, except where otherwise indicated.

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This European Standard describes the method of specifying the design, installation criteria for system chimneys, construction of custom built chimneys, and the relining of existing chimneys. It also gives information on commissioning of chimneys.
This European Standard also deals with connecting flue pipes.
This European Standard does not apply to freestanding chimneys covered by EN 13084-1.
This European Standard excludes chimneys designated H (high positive pressure chimneys) and chimneys for room-sealed heating appliances.
For the purpose of this European Standard the term "installation" includes construction.

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This European Standard specifies the material, dimensional and performance requirements, including methods of test, for precast concrete flue liners and fittings with or without insulation for the construction of multi-wall chimneys.
This document does not cover:
-   high positive pressure (H) designated products;
-   products designated wet (W) in conjunction with corrosion class 3.
This document also applies to storey-height and flue liners reinforced only for handling.
NOTE 1   Any reference to the term flue liners implies both flue liners and their fittings, except where otherwise indicated.
NOTE 2   The pressure classes and corrosion classes are defined in EN 1443.

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This document specifies the performance requirements for rigid or flexible metal flue liners, rigid metal
connecting flue pipes and their fittings used to convey the products of combustion from appliances to the
outside atmosphere (including their supports).
Vitreous enamelled connecting flue pipes are also covered by this document.
Rigid flue liners can be used as flue liners for renovation or adaptation of existing chimneys and as flue liners
of custom built chimneys.
Flexible metal flue liners described in this document are exclusively for renovation or adaptation of existing
chimneys. Flexible connecting flue pipes and extensible flexible products designed to be compressed or
extended along their length are excluded from the scope of this document.
This document also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturer's instructions, product information
and evaluation of conformity.
Single wall and multi-wall system chimney products are covered by EN 1856-1.

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This European Standard specifies the performance requirements for single- and multi-wall system chimney products with rigid metallic liners (chimney sections, chimney fittings and terminals, including supports) with nominal diameter up to and including 1200 mm, used to convey the products of combustion from appliances to the outside atmosphere. It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturer's instructions, product information and evaluation of conformity. Metal liners and metal connecting flue pipes not covered here are included in EN 1856-2:2009. This European Standard does not apply to structurally independent (free standing or self-supporting) chimneys.

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This European Standard describes the method of specifying the design, installation and labelling criteria for chimney systems, connecting flue pipes and air supply pipes for roomsealed heating applications. It also gives information on commissioning of an installed chimney.
This standard does not cover:
   chimneys designated H (high positive pressure chimneys), and chimneys designated P (normal positive pressure chimneys) serving more than one appliance,
   chimneys which serve a mixture of fan assisted or forced draught burners or natural draught appliances,
   installations having a configuration of the type C2.
This European Standard does not apply to freestanding chimneys covered by EN 13084-1.
This standard also specifies limitations for supporting a chimney, and the maximum unsupported chimney height for system chimneys and custom built chimneys.
NOTE   Roomsealed gas appliances are classified as type C according to CEN/TR 1749.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for metal flue ducts material independent air supply ducts for room sealed appliances.
It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturer's instruction, product information and evaluation of conformity.
NOTE 1   Recommendations for preferred dimensions of products are given in the informative Annex A.
NOTE 2   In this European Standard, only general requirements are specified for elastomeric and plastic components. Elastomeric and plastic products used in flue systems are covered by separate standards, i.e. EN 14241-1 and EN 14471.
nformity.

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This product standard specifies the requirements and test methods for dry (designated D) and/or wet (designated W) air flue system chimneys, including terminals in which the products of combustion are conveyed to the atmosphere through clay/ceramic flue liners and combustion air is conveyed to suitable room-sealed appliances through an air duct or an air gap.
It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturer's instructions, product information and evaluation of conformity.
This standard does not apply to structurally independent (free standing or self supporting) system chimneys.
An air flue system chimney is made of the following components where appropriate:
-   clay/ceramic flue liners;
-   insulation layer;
-   outer walls;
-   mortar for jointing flue liners;
-   acid resistant mortar or elastomeric sealant for jointing flue liners;
-   mortar for jointing outer walls;
-   terminal;
-   chimney base;
-   pressure equalising opening;
-   air duct;
-   air gap;
-   cladding;
-   opening section;
-   cleaning and inspection door;
-   distance piece;
-   reinforcement.
The air- flue system chimney covers a combination of compatible chimney components obtained or specified from one manufacturing source, with product responsibility for the whole chimney.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for multiwall system chimneys working under wet conditions (in the following expressed as wet chimney) with pressure
type N1, N2 or P1 according to EN 1443 and a working temperature below or equal T600 according to !EN 13063-1:2005+A1", in which the products of combustion are conveyed to the atmosphere through clay/ceramic flue liners. Marking and inspection are also covered by this document.
This European Standard does not apply to structurally independent (free standing or self supporting) system chimneys.
The wet chimney may comprise the following appropriate components:
   clay/ceramic flue liners;
   insulation layer;
   outer walls;
   acid resistant mortar for jointing flue liners or elastomeric sealant;
   mortar for jointing outer walls;
   terminal;
   chimney base;
   condensate collector;
   condensate outlet;
   cladding;
   opening section;
   cleaning and inspection door;
   distance piece;
   reinforcement.
The wet system chimney covers a combination of compatible chimney components, obtained or specified from one manufacturing source with product responsibility for the whole system chimney.
NOTE   This document does not cover soot fire resistance chimneys.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for multiwall soot fire resistant system chimneys, working under dry conditions, with corrosion resistance 3, with negative pressure (see EN 1443) in which the products of combustion are conveyed to the atmosphere through clay/ceramic flue liners. Marking and inspection are also covered by this standard.
This standard does not apply to structurally independent (free standing or self supporting) system chimneys.
A soot fire resistant system chimney has the following items where appropriate:
- clay/ceramic flue liners;
- Insulation layer;
- outer walls;
- mortar for jointing flue liners;
- mortar for jointing outer walls;
- terminal;
- chimney base;
- cladding;
- opening section;
- cleaning and inspection door;
- distance piece;
- reinforcement.
The soot fire resistant chimney covers a combination of compatible chimney components, obtained or specified from one manufacturing source with product responsibility for the whole chimney.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for rain caps that are used as components, subject to flue gas, in order to prevent rain entry into the chimneys. Rain caps already tested together with system chimney products or other chimney components, e.g. terminals, are not covered by this standard. Rain caps incorporating a bird guard are also included. It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturers’ instruction, product information and evaluation of conformity.

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This standard specifies the requirements and test methods for positive pressure air/flue terminals with metal flue ducts for C62- and C63-type gas appliances, which convey air for combustion, and the products of combustion from appliances to the outside atmosphere.
It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturer’s instructions, product information and evaluation of conformity.
NOTE   The classification of gas appliances is according to CEN/TR 1749.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for clay/ceramic flue blocks with solid walls or walls with vertical perforations including bonding and non-bonding blocks and their fittings. Non-bonding flue blocks which have insulation in the vertical perforations or attached to the outer walls are also covered by this standard. This standard specifies the performance requirements for factory-made flue blocks.
When they are installed, they will form a part of a multi-wall chimney or a complete chimney which will serve to convey products of combustion from fireplaces or heating appliances to the atmosphere.
This standard includes components used for domestic and industrial chimneys which are not structurally independent (free-standing). Testing, marking and inspection requirements are covered by this standard.
NOTE 1   Flue blocks covered by this standard are manufactured in three forms :
a)   single flue ;
b)   multi-flue ;
c)   flue/ventilation combination.
NOTE 2   Flue blocks may have flues which are either circular, square or rectangular. The joints may have a locating feature such as a rebate.

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This European Standard gives guidance for the development of diagrams and tables which can be used to simplify the determination of the performance of chimneys serving one heating appliance in accordance with EN 13384-1. The diagrams and tables can be developed in order to assist in the design of a chimney configuration which is suitable for the desired application without undertaking the full calculation of
EN 13384-1.
This European Standard does not itself provide the diagrams and/or tables for use in the design of a chimney; it provides only the method to create these diagrams and tables.

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This European standard specifies the performance requirements for factory-made clay/ceramic chimney outer wall elements used to form the outer walls of chimneys and which are used in combination with flue liners in site. It applies to clay/ceramic chimney outer wall elements with solid walls or walls with vertical perforations (see Figure 1) which have square, rectangular or circular passages. Testing, making and inspection requirements are covered by this standard.

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This document specifies the general test method for chimney products for their freeze/thaw resistance.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for clay/ceramic flue terminals with solid walls, which serve to convey the products of combustion from the flue to the atmosphere by negative pressure. It includes terminals used on domestic and industrial chimneys which are not structurally independent (freestanding). This standard specifies the performance requirements for factory made terminals. Testing, marking and inspection are covered by this standard.

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This European Standard specifies methods for the calculation of the thermal and fluid dynamic characteristics of chimneys serving one heating appliance.
The methods in this part of this European Standard are applicable to negative or positive pressure chimneys with wet or dry operating conditions. It is valid for chimneys with heating appliances for fuels subject to the knowledge of the flue gas characteristics which are needed for the calculation.
The methods in this part of this European Standard are applicable to chimneys with one inlet connected with one appliance. The methods in Part 2 of this European Standard are applicable to chimneys with multiple inlets and one inlet with multiple appliances. Part 3 describes methods for the development of diagrams and tables for chimneys serving one heating appliance.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for rain caps that are used as components, subject to flue gas, in order to prevent rain entry into the chimneys. Rain caps already tested together with system chimney products or other chimney components, e.g. terminals, are not covered by this standard. Rain caps incorporating a bird guard are also included. It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturers’ instruction, product information and evaluation of conformity.

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This European Standard specifies the performance requirements and test methods for system chimneys with plastic flue liners used to convey the products of combustion from appliances to the outside atmosphere under dry and wet conditions. It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturer's instructions and evaluation of conformity. This European Standard describes chimney components from which system chimneys can be assembled. This European Standard is not applicable to chimneys with sootfire resistance classification class G. This European Standard is not applicable for chimneys with the following classification: - corrosion resistance class 2 concerning natural wood ); - corrosion resistance class 3; - pressure class N2. This European Standard is applicable to chimneys designed so that no condensate accumulation can occur, e.g. with a minimum inclination of 3° to the horizontal. This European Standard is not applicable - for system chimneys with plastic coated flue liners; - to structurally independent (free-standing or self-supporting) chimneys. Chimneys with components which need further processing during the installation to reach the final material properties are no system chimneys and therefore also not covered by this standard. This European Standard does not cover the requirements for horizontal terminals (as defined for C1 installation types in CEN/TR 1749) regarding aerodynamic behaviour, rainwater ingress and icing behaviour.

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This European standard specifies the requirements and test methods for draught regulators and standstill opening devices that are used as components, carrying flue gases, in order to limit the draught in chimneys and provide secondary air to the chimney.
Draught regulators and standstill opening devices for positive pressure chimneys are not covered by this standard.
It also specifies the requirements for marking, manufacturers’ instruction, product information and evaluation of conformity.

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This European Standard specifies the materials, dimensional and performance requirements for precast concrete flue blocks as defined in Clause 3 for use in chimneys. The flue blocks may be of single wall or multi wall construction. The standard does not apply to flue blocks with back ventilation.
This standard does not cover products designated wet (W) in conjunction with corrosion class 3.
The standard also specifies a type of flue block to dimensionally coordinate with masonry unit coursing height, referred to as a type B flue block.
This standard also applies to storey-height and flue blocks reinforced for handling.
NOTE   Any reference to the term flue blocks implies both flue blocks and their fittings, except where otherwise indicated.

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This European Standard specifies the performance requirements for single and multi-wall system chimney products with rigid metallic
liners (chimney sections, chimney fittings and terminals, including supports) with nominal diameter up to and including 1200 mm, used
to convey the products of combustion from appliances to the outside atmosphere. It also specifies the requirements for marking,
manufacturer's instructions, product information and evaluation of conformity. Metal liners and metal connecting flue pipes not covered
here are included in EN 1856-2:2009. This European Standard does not apply to structurally independent (free standing or self-supporting) chimneys.

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This European Standard describes the method of specifying the design, installation criteria for system chimneys, construction of custom built chimneys, and the relining of existing chimneys. It also gives information on commissioning of chimneys. This European Standard also deals with connecting flue pipes. This European Standard does not apply to freestanding chimneys covered by EN 13084-1. This European Standard excludes chimneys designated H (high positive pressure chimneys) and chimneys for room-sealed heating appliances. For the purpose of this European Standard the term "installation" includes construction

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This European Standard is a product standard for clay/ceramic flue liners operating under wet conditions with solid walls or walls with vertical perforations for use in the construction of multiwall chimneys and flue pipes which serve to convey products of combustion from fireplaces or heating appliances to the outside atmosphere by negative or positive pressure. It includes the flue liners used for domestic and industrial chimneys which are not structurally independent (free-standing). This European Standard specifies the performance requirements for factory made flue liners and chimney fittings. Testing including thermal testing with or without insulation, marking and inspection are covered by this standard. Flue liners that are specified to this standard will meet the requirements of EN 1457-1 with the same working temperature, pressure, designation and soot fire resistance.

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This document specifies the characteristics of performance for rigid or flexible metal flue liners, rigid metal connecting flue pipes and their fittings used to convey the products of combustion from appliances to the outside atmosphere (including their supports) or the chimney.
This document specifies sootfire resistant flue liners, connecting flue pipes and fittings for combustion appliances burning solid, liquid and gaseous fuels and non-sootfire resistant flue liners, connecting flue pipes and fittings for combustion appliances burning liquid and gaseous fuels only.
NOTE   This means that flue liners, connecting flue pipes and fittings designated "O" are not suitable for combustion appliances burning solid fuel.
Vitreous enamelled connecting flue pipes are also covered by this document.
Rigid flue liners can be used as flue liners for renovation or adaptation of existing chimneys and as flue liners of custom built chimneys.
Flexible metal flue liners described in this document are exclusively for renovation or adaptation of existing chimneys. Flexible connecting flue pipes and extensible flexible products designed to be compressed or extended along their length are excluded from the scope of this document.
Single-wall and multi-wall system chimney products (chimney sections, chimney fittings and terminals, including supports) are covered by prEN 1856-1:2021, even if used as liners for existing chimneys or connecting flue pipes.

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This European Standard describes test methods for metal chimney products.

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This European Standard is a product standard for clay/ceramic flue liners operating under dry conditions with solid walls or walls with vertical perforations for use in the construction of multiwall chimneys and flue pipes which serve to convey products of combustion from fireplaces or heating appliances to the outside atmosphere by negative or positive pressure. It includes the flue liners used for domestic and industrial chimneys which are not structurally independent (free-standing). This European Standard specifies the performance requirements for factory made flue liners and chimney fittings. Testing including thermal testing with or without insulation, marking and inspection are covered by this standard. This part does not cover flue liners operating under wet conditions.

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This document specifies the characteristics of performance for single and multi-wall system chimneys with rigid metal liners composed of chimney sections, chimney fittings, terminals and supports with nominal diameter up to and including 1 200 mm, used to convey the products of combustion from appliances to the outside atmosphere.
This document also specifies characteristics for the air supply ducts of concentric chimneys for room-sealed application, made out of metal or plastic (without fibre stabilization).
Additionally, it specifies assessment and verification of constancy of performance (AVCP).
NOTE 1   Metal liners and metal connecting flue pipes, not covered, are included in prEN 1856-2:2021.
NOTE 2   This document does not apply to structurally independent chimneys.

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This European Standard specifies the materials, dimensional and performance requirements for precast concrete flue blocks as defined in Clause 3 for use in chimneys. The flue blocks may be of single wall or multi wall construction. The standard does not apply to flue blocks with back ventilation. This standard does not cover products designated wet (W) in conjunction with corrosion class 3. The standard also specifies a type of flue block to dimensionally co-ordinate with masonry unit coursing height, referred to as a type B (Bonding block). This European Standard also applies to storey-height and flue blocks reinforced for handling. NOTE Any reference to the term flue blocks implies both flue blocks and their fittings, except where otherwise indicated.

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This document specifies the characteristics of performance for rigid or flexible metal flue liners, rigid metal connecting flue pipes and their fittings used to convey the products of combustion from appliances to the outside atmosphere (including their supports).
This document specifies sootfire resistant flue liners, connecting flue pipes and fittings for combustion appliances burning solid, liquid and gaseous fuels and non-sootfire resistant flue liners, connecting flue pipes and fittings for combustion appliances burning liquid and gaseous fuels only.
NOTE      This means that flue liners, connecting flue pipes and fittings designated "O" are not suitable for combustion appliances burning solid fuel.
Vitreous enamelled connecting flue pipes are also covered by this document.
Rigid flue liners can be used as flue liners for renovation or adaptation of existing chimneys and as flue liners of custom built chimneys.
Flexible metal flue liners described in this document are exclusively for renovation or adaptation of existing chimneys. Flexible connecting flue pipes and extensible flexible products designed to be compressed or extended along their length are excluded from the scope of this document.
This document also specifies the characteristics for marking, manufacturer's instructions, product information and evaluation of conformity.
Single wall and multi-wall system chimney products (chimney sections, chimney fittings and terminals, including supports) are covered by prEN 1856-1:2019, even if used as liners for existing chimneys or connecting flue pipes.

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This part of EN 13384 specifies methods for calculation of the thermal and fluid dynamic characteristics of chimneys serving more than one heating appliance.
This part of EN 13384 covers both the cases, either
a)   where the chimney is connected with more than one connecting flue pipe from individual or several appliances in a multi-inlet arrangement; or
b)   where the chimney is connected with an individual connecting flue pipe connecting more than one appliance in a cascade arrangement.
The case of multiple inlet cascade arrangement is covered by the case a).
This part of EN 13384 deals with chimneys operating under negative pressure conditions (there can be positive pressure condition in the connecting flue pipe) and with chimneys operating under positive pressure conditions and is valid for chimneys serving heating appliances for liquid, gaseous and solid fuels.
This part of EN 13384 does not apply to:
-   chimneys with different thermal resistance or different cross-section in the various chimney segments. This part does not apply to calculate energy gain;
-   chimneys with open fire places, e.g. open fire chimneys or chimney inlets which are normally intended to operate open to the room;
-   chimneys which serve different kinds of heating appliances regarding natural draught, fan assisted, forced draught or combustion engine. Fan assisted appliances with draught diverter between the fan and the chimney are considered as natural draught appliances;
-   chimneys with multiple inlets from more than 5 storeys. (This does not apply to balanced flue chimney.);
-   chimneys serving heating appliances with open air supply through ventilation openings or air ducts, which are not installed in the same air supply pressure region (e.g. same side of building).
For positive pressure chimneys this part only applies if any heating appliance which is out of action can be positively isolated to prevent flue gas back flow.

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