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  • Diagram 1 Ventilation free area

  • Diagram 2 Open flue, natural draught chimney/flue outlet locations near adjacent or adjoining structures or buildings

  • Diagram 3 Outlets from flues for solid fuel burning appliances

  • Diagram 4 Outlets from flues for solid fuel burning appliances clearances to readily ignitable roof coverings

  • Diagram 5 Separating flue pipe from surface of adjacent combustible material

  • Diagram 6 Minimum separation distances from combustible material in or near a chimney

  • Diagram 7 Relationship of system chimneys to combustible material

  • Diagram 10 Fireplace recesses

  • Diagram 11 Wall adjacent to hearth

  • Diagram 12 Placing appliance on a hearth

  • Diagram 13 Separating appliance from combustible materials in walls

  • Diagram 14 Wall adjacent to hearths

  • Diagram 8 Combustible material under hearth

  • Diagram 9 Hearth sizes

  • Diagram 18 Hearth sizes

  • Diagram 19 Separating appliance from combustible material

  • Diagram 15 Examples of fires

  • Diagram 16 Location of flue outlets for gas appliances

  • Diagram 17(a) Open–flued gas terminals exiting through or adjacent to roof

  • Diagram 17(b) Gas flue terminal adjacent to a window or roof light on pitched roof

  • Diagram 20 Flue terminating positions for oil fired appliances

  • Diagram 21 Small bulk vessel adjacent to a building

  • Diagram 22 Siting of LPG cylinder in use

  • Table A1 Temperature classes

  • Table A2 Pressure Classes

  • Table A3 Corrosion resistance classes (from I.S. EN 1443)

  • Table A4 Correlation between flue liner material and corrosion load

  • Table A5 Correlation between designation parameters for clay:ceramic flue liners and flue blocks

  • Table A6 Correlation between designation parameters fo concrete flue liners and concrete flue blocks

  • Table 1 Air supply to non-room sealed solid fuel appliances

  • Table 2 Sizes of flues

  • Table 3 Locations and permanent ventilation requirements for flueless appliances

  • Table 4 Air supply – Open-flued heating appliances - minimum ventilation opening requirements

  • Table 5 Flue terminal locations (see Diagram 16)

  • Table 6 Minimum designations for chimneys and connecting flue pipes

  • Table 7 Flue sizes for chimneys

  • Table 8 Flue terminating for oil fired appliances

  • Table 9 Minimum designation for chimneys and connecting flue-pipes for use with oil-fired boilers

  • Table 10 Oil storage tanks (capacity not exceeding 3,500 litres)

  • Table 11 Protection of an oil storage tank of not more than 3,500 litres capacity located externally to a building

  • Table 12 Require separation distances

  • Table 13 Separation distance required between various features or hazards and a cylinder installation (see Diagram 22)

  • Table 14 Recommendations for the protection of wood storage

  • Table A1 Temperature classes

  • Table A2 Pressure Classes

  • Table A3 Corrosion resistance classes (from I.S. EN 1443)

  • Table A4 Correlation between flue liner material and corrosion load

  • Table A5 Correlation between designation parameters for clay:ceramic flue liners and flue blocks

  • Table A6 Correlation between designation parameters fo concrete flue liners and concrete flue blocks

  • Table 1 Air supply to non-room sealed solid fuel appliances

  • Table 2 Sizes of flues

  • Table 3 Locations and permanent ventilation requirements for flueless appliances

  • Table 4 Air supply – Open-flued heating appliances - minimum ventilation opening requirements

  • Table 5 Flue terminal locations (see Diagram 16)

  • Table 6 Minimum designations for chimneys and connecting flue pipes

  • Table 7 Flue sizes for chimneys

  • Table 8 Flue terminating for oil fired appliances

  • Table 9 Minimum designation for chimneys and connecting flue-pipes for use with oil-fired boilers

  • Table 10 Oil storage tanks (capacity not exceeding 3,500 litres)

  • Table 11 Protection of an oil storage tank of not more than 3,500 litres capacity located externally to a building

  • Table 12 Require separation distances

  • Table 13 Separation distance required between various features or hazards and a cylinder installation (see Diagram 22)

  • Table 14 Recommendations for the protection of wood storage