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Register Plates (Galvanised) 125/150/180/200 Hole

Product code: 480

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview:

Register Plate Details, Maintenance

It is recommended that chimneys serving solid fuel appliances be swept and maintained as frequently as necessary but at least once a year. At the same time remove the Register Plates inspection hole cover plate(s) and hoover / sweep any debris that has fallen (Do not remove cover plates if vermiculite has been installed as added insulation.)

F, 900mm x 495mm ( 125/150 No sweeping hatch )
G, 900mm x 490mm (125/150 2 Access/sweeping hatch )
H, 900mm x 600mm (Plain Sheet, No Holes)
J, 900mm x 600mm ( 180/200 No sweeping hatch )
K, 900mm x 600mm ( 180/200 2 Access/sweeping hatch )


Stove Register Plate 1.5mm thick galvanised steel

Use to seal off the base of the chimney (This Register Plate can be cut on site to fit the base size of your chimney stack). The Register Plate will support vermiculite and stop any debris from within the chimney stack coming down the chimney and hitting your stove.

This Register Plate can be sprayed to match the colour of your stove pipe and comes complete with a special adapter suitable for installations which use either 125mm or 150mm diameter flue pipes.

Fitting Instructions

The four supporting 1.5mm thick galvanised steel brackets should be cut to the length and width of the base of your chimney stack. Drill a number of holes in the brackets. Now screw them into the brickwork. Cut the Register Plate to the correct size, taking care that the pipe hole lies vertically above the Black Stove Pipe. Drop the Register Plate onto the supporting brackets. Now seal any gaps between the brickwork and the brackets / plate using Fire Cement or High Temperature Sealant.

For 150mm diameter installations simply remove the centre cover ring by unscrewing the two retaining screws.

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