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Has anybody tried to insulate one of thoses?  RSS feed

 
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I had one of those they are called Chimnias The spelling is wrong . Their Ok but it creates a lot of smoke . I live in the City and my neighbours complained so i had to stop using it .
 
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Satamax Antone wrote:

I wonder what would happen?

They are usually a pretty soft terra cotta that would probably fail at high temperature. They sometimes come up for free when they get a little ugly. I could see using one or several encased in cob as either a bell for a very small system or as an elbow, when clay tile is used for a cob encased flue.

 
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