Flexible Flue Liners

Flexible Flue Liners

Nationwide Chimney Components is your one-stop shop for all your chimney liner needs. Whether you're installing a new chimney flue for your multi-fuel or wood-burning stove or need to replace an existing liner, we have a wide range of high-quality stainless steel flexible flue liners to choose from. Our liners are designed and manufactured to last many years, even in the most demanding conditions.

We understand that choosing the suitable chimney liner can be a daunting task, that's why we only offer our customers the best flue liners. Our 316-grade and 904-grade flexible chimney liners are designed to withstand the high temperatures and wet conditions inside chimneys and flue outlets.

  • MAD39 Push Fit Chimney Liner Cowl

    Push Fit Anti-Downdraught Chimney Liner Cowl

    £100.39 Inc. VAT
    £83.66 Ex. VAT
    MAD39 The MAD39 chimney liner cowl is designed to fit a flexible flue liner to one of our most popular anti downdraught cowls, thus allowing installation to a chimney liner, negating the need for the pot to be removed.  MAD39 Benefits  ...
    £100.39 Inc. VAT
    £83.66 Ex. VAT
  • Sump Adaptor Front

    Sump Adaptor

    £45.17 Inc. VAT
    £37.64 Ex. VAT
    The sump adaptor is stainless steel component used where a flat concrete surface is present to allow the connection of a connecting flue pipe to a pumice, concrete or clay flue. The sump adapter is larger than the flue pipe and is screwed and sealed...
    £45.17 Inc. VAT
    £37.64 Ex. VAT

To ensure safe and reliable operation, always remember to get a new flexible flue liner professionally swept before use each year to avoid a chimney fire, and run a smoke test to ensure that the liner is entirely smoke-tight. If you have any questions about flexible steel liners, don't hesitate to get in touch with us. Trust us at NCC; we have everything you need to ensure you get the perfect flexible flue liner for your project, so you can relax and enjoy your new multi-fuel wood-burning stove. For some extra information, take a look at our article on chimney liner insulation.