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Old 07-08-2013, 01:14 AM
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Colin,
just on flues ........cheapest I found locally was to buy as a kit from a ducting and flue supplier for the mechanical trade (HVAC)
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Old 07-08-2013, 03:28 AM
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David I have tried them they aren't far form me in Geelong I could drive there, they only do 900mm length duct. Don't do Stainless rain caps. I also am not wanting too join 2 pieces together, as to me it will look ugly. There pricing was over the $400 mark once you add the extra 2 pieces of flue to get the length I need.



Yeah I agree it would be substantially cheaper [$3.30 per brick] Stonecutter, but because the oven is monolithic to look at the stainless steel flue I feel will soften the look whereas a brick chimney will add to the monolithic look. That's one of the reasons I am opening up my landing and having a full reveal at this point to me looks better.

Thanks again guys I actually found the Selkirk, Duratech flue systems in China where they cost about $100 + shipping for the 3 components needed, but I cannot find anywhere that I can buy just 1. If I could sus that out that would be the way to go.
Gudday Colin
You haven't compromised on anything to date so the flue is no exception.
What's the minimum buy amount? Is it sensible to buy that amount and sell them on the forum ,gumtree, eBay? It is winter its the season to sell flues Just a thought

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Old 07-08-2013, 05:52 AM
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I put in a few flues for fire places in Melbourne
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Wood Heaters Melbourne, Gas Log Fires Melbourne, Flues Melbourne | Just Flues
it was a while ago though
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Old 07-08-2013, 05:55 AM
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Yeah I agree it would be substantially cheaper [$3.30 per brick] Stonecutter, but because the oven is monolithic to look at the stainless steel flue I feel will soften the look whereas a brick chimney will add to the monolithic look. That's one of the reasons I am opening up my landing and having a full reveal at this point to me looks better.
That suggestion didn't mean leaving the fire brick exposed as a finished chimney, just as a flue with a surround. But it sounds like you found what you are looking for, so I'm glad it worked out for you.

You are paying $3.30 per brick? Wow...that's more than triple than around here.
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Old 07-08-2013, 06:50 AM
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Thanks Guys will check all that out. trouble with flue manufacturers is the limit too 900mm length pipe.

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Gudday Colin
You haven't compromised on anything to date so the flue is no exception.
What's the minimum buy amount? Is it sensible to buy that amount and sell them on the forum ,gumtree, eBay? It is winter its the season to sell flues Just a thought

Regards Dave
Thanks Dave I thought about that but minimum buy is 100. But I haven't been able to find a supplier directly only things like alibaba. Don't have that sort of money.


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You are paying $3.30 per brick? Wow...that's more than triple than around here.
Yeap. Stonecutter that's the price down here. EVERYTHING COSTS THE EARTH in Australia.

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I put in a few flues for fire places in Melbourne
Cheapest I found was Wood Heaters Melbourne, Gas Log Fires Melbourne, Flues Melbourne | Just Flues
it was a while ago though
Tropical spoke too the owner he was to give me a quote but never received however he couldn't do longer than 900mm
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Old 07-08-2013, 06:58 AM
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Nice tapered arch Colin, yes it is pretty and you can say you did it all yourself.
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Old 07-08-2013, 07:42 AM
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Thanks Russell. Are you referring inner arch?
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Old 07-08-2013, 07:44 AM
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Really all of your build but the inner arch or the inner part of the tapered arch is very nice.
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Old 07-08-2013, 07:56 AM
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Russell I see, still get lost with terminology but I have many others to thank that went before me for developing the technique.

Very appreciative of them all and thank you for the compliment Russell, feel though the hard part is left to do, the last 4 courses and that landing I'm playing with.
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Old 07-09-2013, 01:18 AM
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Colin,
Have you seen/considered a flashing cone as a transition to you flue?

The gas heating brochure here is a read
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Also have a local steel fabricator who will roll a flue in 1200mm
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