DuraVent is pleased to announce that, effective August 15, 2019, Lindemann Chimney Supply will be the exclusive Ventinox supplier for North America                 https://www.lindemannchimneysupply.com/Shop-By-Brand/ventinox-by-duravent.

Ventinox VFT, made from 316Ti stainless steel, can withstand high temperatures associated with solid fuel fired heaters, as well as the corrosive environments typical in gas or oil vents. Tested and listed for all-fuel, and can also be used for wood, gas, or oil-fired equipment.

Ventinox VG is the ultimate choice for venting gas fired appliances, where highly corrosive condensate formation (hydrochloric acid) within the flue is likely. The super-ferritic AL29-4C stainless steel alloy exhibits extreme resistance to chloride pitting, crevice, and stress corrosion and cracking.

Ventinox® components are made from either 316SS (VFT) or superferritic stainless steel (VG). Components feature an integral locking band, avoiding the use of pop rivets. Liners and components provide a penetration free top to bottom connection.

When venting solid fuel heaters, Ventinox VFT must be insulated with either TherMix or ProFoil blankets to meet UL 1777 requirements. For all other applications, insulation is highly recommended for increased efficiency and draft performance. See the end of the DuraFlex SS for the insulation section to find information on our offering: TherMix, ProFoil, AluFoil Tape and ProMesh. 

VFT flexible liners are used for upgrading or restoring masonry chimneys that vent Category I natural gas, propane or oil appliances, wood or pellet stoves, fireplaces and fireplace inserts. VG flexible liners are top performers when used to line masonry chimneys venting Category I gas-fired boilers, furnaces, space and water heaters.

Materials and Construction
VFT Single-wall, .006″ 316 stainless steel. Continuous weld delivers a strong, air and water tight flue gas conduit.
VG Single-wall, .006″ AL29-4C stainless steel. Continuous weld construction.

VFT 0″ clearance to masonry chimney for oil and gas. With TherMix or ProFoil insulation 0″ clearance for solid fuels.
VG 0″ clearance to masonry for gas appliances.

3″, 12″

UL Listed to UL 1777 and ULC S635 (MH11476).

Refer to our Typical Venting Installation drawings to select the appropriate component parts for your installation.

More Typical Installations:

Installation Key
1Rain Cap w/Storm Collar
2Top Cover Plate
3Flex Length
4Tee with Removable Snout
6Rigid Type B Gas Vent or Rigid Pipe Length
7Adjustable Elbow
8FasNSeal Universal Appliance Adapter or DuraFlex Appliance Adapter
9Bottom Plate w/Collar
10ProFoil w/ProMesh or Thermix

Planning Your Installation:

1Verify the venting requirements of the appliance used. Choose the liner system appropriate for the appliance and installation. Note: VFT is recommended for all fuels and VG is the best choice for gas.
2Refer to the Typical Installations for the type of liner installation similar to your situation. Identify the needed parts for installation.
3Venting for a fireplace requires the correct liner size for proper drafting. The size of the liner should match the outlet size on the appliance.
4Determined the length of the liner needed.
5If connecting two or more appliances to a common vent, be sure to connect the higher BTU appliance below the lower BTU appliance.
6Make sure of a proper fit for the top plate of the relining to provide a secure, leak-proof installation.
7If a free standing appliance is used, select the vent or stovepipe pieces to connect from the appliance to the liner (refer to the appropriate Simpson Dura-Vent Catalog Section).
8Important! Check to be sure the installation complies with all local and national code requirements, including clearances to combustibles. Contact the local building inspector for permit requirements.