15 May 2018
Solutions for the distribution of the heat generated by pellet or wood stoves and fireplaces
Not only chimneys. Besides the chimney systems, distributed and appreciated in 28 Countries in the world since almost 40 years, in the STABILE catalogue you can find the CA LINE, a product line designed for ducting the hot air generated by wood and/or pellet stoves and chimneys.
Straight and flex elements, elbows, grids, slits, sleeves, junctions, bands and much more: “STABILE CA” offers a wide range of solutions able to optimize a balanced heat distribution into several living environments when using biomass appliances.
Giampiero Stabile, General Manager of the Company, says: “The way that led to the development, the production and the marketing of STABILE CA is the result of important investments in terms of resources and skills” and he adds: “The Company re-confirms in this way its DNA: a constant focus on innovation and research to meet the demands of a global market that is increasingly sensitive to issues related to efficiency and reduction of energy consumption.”
“STABILE CA” IN SHORT
Here below you can find a short overview of the product range composing the “STABILE CA”:
– straight elements in white or black painted extruded aluminum
– 90° and 45° elbows in white or black painted extruded aluminum
– outlet grids in white or black stainless steel
– wall cover roses in white or black silicone
– wall bands in black or white zinc-coated steel
– air suction kits
– flex pipe in fiberglass insulated aluminum
– plenum for outlet grids with a reduced encumbrance
– recessed grids with front opening
– outlet valves with adjustable flow
– extendible aluminum pipes
– aluminum recessed grids for fireplaces, complete with damper and plenum
– recessed ventilation slits with steel sheet ventilating body
– galvanized steel Y junctions
– galvanized steel junction sleeves for flex pipes
– stainless steel adjustable hose clamps
TIPS AND USEFUL INFORMATION
In order to avoid any mistake, it is important to pay the utmost attention to the diameter and the length of the whole air ducting system, which is usually reported in the manufacturer’s instruction of the stove or the fireplace.
In order to get better performances, we suggest to insulate the canalization and to use as less elbows as possible, in order to reduce pressure drops.
The canalization can be installed inside the wall using the insulated aluminum flexible pipe and terminate it in the desired area through the appropriate outlet nozzles or grids.
In the case of a non-invasive restoration of the system, the canalization can also be installed on the outside of the wall through a white or black aluminum pipe at sight.