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5" Triplelock Installation Pack

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5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 6 Meters
5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 7 Meters
5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 8 Meters
5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 9 Meters
5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 10 Meters
5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 11 Meters
5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 12 Meters
5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 13 Meters
5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 14 Meters
5" Triplelock Fitter Pack - 15 Meters

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  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Superior Quality
  • Locked in 3 planes
  • 10 Years Guarantee On Liner
  • GC1, Split Clamp & Plate

triple lock fitter pack

Triple Lock is built with high quality 316 grade stainless steel, which is constantly monitored for tolerance, consistency and conformance to specification.


Full Installation Pack Contains:

  • Set meterage of Triplelock Gas & Oil Flue Liner
  • GC1 Terminal
  • Split Clamp & Plate
Designation: BS EN 1856-2: T600 P2 D Vml50010 G
Construction Liner: 0.1mm grade 316L stainless steel - GC1Terminal & Clamp & Plate : Aluminium
Warranty 10 Years (liner only)
Fuel Type Gas & Oil
Suitable For Condensing Yes
Component Type Fitter/Installation Packs
Building Regulations Document J
Installation Guide: You can install your gas liner either from the top or bottom of the brick chimney stack. Whichever way you chose to install the gas liner, please ensure that you have sufficient clearance around the outside of the liner to ensure the least amount of friction, or possibility of catching any bricks within the chimney stack, does not occur.

Unpack your liner and, attaching a drawstring to a nose cone, (making sure it is long enough to reach the bottom of the stack), connect the nose cone (purchase separately) to the end of the liner using gaffer tape.

You will need two people to install your liner successfully, one at either end of the chimney stack. From the top of the roof, start to push the liner, nose cone first, down the stack. The person at the bottom of the stack should hold the string and take up the slack. Work in tandem to feed the liner down the chimney stack, ensuring you leave enough liner at the bottom to secure your adaptor and enough at the top to secure the top fixings.
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