Secondary Heating:

Stoves, Pellet Stoves, Gas Fires (Gas, Oil, Solid Fuel and Biomass)

Secondary heating is space heating for an individual room, which can be used as comfort heating in addition to or as an alternative to central heating.

Typical examples would be a stove, gas fire or pellet stove.

Secondary Heating

Secondary Heating Segments

System Chimney EN1856-1

Connection Flue Pipes EN1856-2

Liner Systems EN1856-2

High Temperature (Stoves & Fireplaces) ICID (DW)
ICS25 (DW)
Isokern DM
Prima Smooth (SW)
ICID (DW)
ICS 25 (DW)
Prima Smooth (SW)
Tecnoflex (flex)
Pellet Stoves ICID (DW)
ICS25 (DW)
Prima Smooth (SW)
ICID (DW)
ICS 25 (DW)
Prima Smooth (SW)
Tecnoflex (flex)
Gas Fires B Vent
ICID (DW)
ICS25 (DW)
Prima Plus
Tecnoflex (flex)
Triplelock (flex)

Download the RIGHT FLUE FOR YOUR STOVE brochure, which is a handy guide showing the various options available.

REDUCE GAS BILLS WITH Energy Efficient Stove and Chimney Systems.

Schiedel are proud to boast a comprehensive range of appliances and components engineered for energy efficiency.

Our chimney and flue systems have been used in countless homes and commercial premises throughout the world and our unique stove and chimney combined packages boast Defra exemption for use in smoke control areas, A+ ratings and clearSkies Level 5 badges, making these appliances and chimney systems the most efficient available.

Energy efficient stoves can reduce the need for central heating and drastically reduce the reliance on gas and electricity. Reduced gas bills are a great advantage when installing these systems.

Secondary Heating

Usage for heating

Stoves are always a focal point for any house and home and are instantly desirable. However, these are not for aesthetic purposes only. People who don’t have a wood burner, automatically assume the purpose if for aesthetics, however, in some cases firing up a stove tends to heat larger rooms far quicker than conventional radiators would.

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Ecodesign stoves

Ecodesign is the European-wide programme to lower emissions from stoves. It comes into force in the UK in 2022. SIA Ecodesign Ready stoves have been sold for a number of years now and meet the Ecodesign requirements. The PM emissions limit for Ecodesign is 55% lower than for DEFRA exempt stoves.

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Particle emissions reduced by up to 90%

Burning wood produces particulate matter (PM) but the amount produced depends on how the wood is burnt. Independent research conducted by Kiwa Gastec on behalf of the SIA has shown that SIA Ecodesign Ready stoves can reduce particulate emissions by 90% compared to an open fire and 80% compared to an old stove

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