giusp - flues - open flues

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  1. Flues (open-flues) Products of combustion leaking into buildings including flues terminating in loft spaces.
    ID
  2. Flues (open-flues) Spillage occurring, or signs of spillage (with no evidence that the problems has been corrected)
    ID

    Particular attention should be given to compartment installations.
  3. Flues (open-flues) Where the clearances around an open-flued appliance do not comply with the manufacturer's minimum requirements, appliance showing signs of distress.
    ID
  4. Flues (open-flues) Where the clearances around an open-flued appliance do not comply with the manufacturer's minimum requirements, appliances not showing signs of distress.
    AR
  5. Flues (open-flues) Where the clearances around an open-flued appliance do not comply with the manufacturer's minimum requirements, open-flued appliance draught diverter is found to be completely enclosed.
    AR
  6. Flues (open-flues) Where the clearances around an open-flued appliance do not comply with the manufacturer's minimum requirements, but there are gaps greater than 5 millimetres all around the appliance, provided that the appliance is otherwise operating safely and there are no signs of distress.
    NCS
  7. Flues (open-flues) Incomplete or damaged flue or inadequate fixings and/ or sealing
    AR

    Examples would include missing draught diverter, missing flue terminal and inadequate support.
  8. Flues (open-flues) Appliance connected to an unlined masonry (brick) chimney, which needs to be lined due to poor chimney condition e.g. failed flue-flow check (indicating a porous chimney only), where products of combustion are not entering the building.
    AR
  9. Flues (open-flues) Two or more appliances connected to one flue with no flame supervision device fitted.
    AR

    Disconnect and attach "Do Not Use" warning labels to all incorrectly installed appliances.

    Seal the flue connections of each disconnected appliance.

    Re-test for spillage.
  10. Flues (open-flues) Two or more appliances connected to one flue where appliances in separate rooms are ventilated from different sides of the building.
    AR

    Disconnect and attach "Do Not Use" warning labels to all incorrectly installed appliances.

    Seal the flue connections of each disconnected appliance.

    Re-test for spillage.
  11. Flues (open-flues) Two or more appliances connected to one flue where the flute is not designed for the purpose.
    AR

    Disconnect and attach "Do Not Use" warning labels to all incorrectly installed appliances.

    Seal the flue connections of each disconnected appliance.

    Re-test for spillage.
  12. Flues (open-flues) Natural draught wall-faced flue termination.
    AR

    Not acceptable for ANY natural draught domestic open-flued appliance installation.
  13. Flues (open-flues) Natural draught wall adjacent flue termination.
    AR

    Not acceptable for ANY natural draught domestic open-flued appliance installation.
  14. Flues (open-flues) Manual damper in place and not secured in the open position ( domestic appliances)
    AR
  15. Flues (open-flues) Automatic flue damper not interlocked to appliance gas supply.
    AR
  16. Flues (open-flues) Open-flues operating satisfactorily, but with less than 600mm vertical rise to the first bend (unless permitted by manufacturers instructions)
    NCS

    All NCS situations regarding a flue must be reported to the responsible person. Where more than one flueing and/or ventilation NCS situation is identified, the gas operative must access the safety of the gas installation and decide whether the deficiencies are so serious to warrant the gas installation being classified as AR.
  17. Flues (open-flues) 90 degree bends or horizontal runs.
    NCS

    All NCS situations regarding a flue must be reported to the responsible person. Where more than one flueing and/or ventilation NCS situation is identified, the gas operative must access the safety of the gas installation and decide whether the deficiencies are so serious to warrant the gas installation being classified as AR.
  18. Flues (open-flues) Unsatisfactory flue terminal positions.
    NCS

    All NCS situations regarding a flue must be reported to the responsible person. Where more than one flueing and/or ventilation NCS situation is identified, the gas operative must access the safety of the gas installation and decide whether the deficiencies are so serious to warrant the gas installation being classified as AR.
  19. Flues (open-flues) Incorrect use of flue material e.g. exposed flue liner.
    NCS

    All NCS situations regarding a flue must be reported to the responsible person. Where more than one flueing and/or ventilation NCS situation is identified, the gas operative must access the safety of the gas installation and decide whether the deficiencies are so serious to warrant the gas installation being classified as AR.
  20. Flues (open-flues) Undersized flue pipe serving appliance with no evidence of adverse operation.
    NCS

    All NCS situations regarding a flue must be reported to the responsible person. Where more than one flueing and/or ventilation NCS situation is identified, the gas operative must access the safety of the gas installation and decide whether the deficiencies are so serious to warrant the gas installation being classified as AR.
  21. Flues (open-flues) Unsuitable flue terminals.
    NCS

    All NCS situations regarding a flue must be reported to the responsible person. Where more than one flueing and/or ventilation NCS situation is identified, the gas operative must access the safety of the gas installation and decide whether the deficiencies are so serious to warrant the gas installation being classified as AR.
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