Main Uses, Features and Benefits
HETAS is the official body recognised by the government to approve solid fuel domestic heating appliances, fuels and services. The manufacturer of the air core is the only ventilation manufacturer to have solid fuel appliance ventilators approved by HETAS and is the only ventilation manufacturer recommended by HETAS to their registered engineers.
A bit about Advantica
Advantica Technologies, previously known as British Gas Technologies and now GL Industrial Services, developed the dynamic test procedure for calculating the equivalent area of a ventilator. Advantica testing gives installers, suppliers and homeowners the assurance that the air space is accurate and verifiable.
Extra Features and Benefits
Individually boxed sets for easy identification, handling and efficient installation.
Interlocking components aid correct positioning, alignment and easy installation.
Injection moulded one piece tube makes handling easier and installation quicker.
External water baffle prevents transfer of water across the cavity.
Internal and external louvre grilles embossed with DO NOT BLOCK.
UK Regulations, Standards and Guidelines
For heat producing appliances (including solid fuel) refer to:
The Building Regulations 2000, Approved Document J.
The Building (Scotland) Regulations 2005, Mandatory Standard 3.21.
The Building Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000, Technical Booklet L.
British Standard BS 5440-2:2009.
For decorative fuel effect gas fires refer to:
British Standard BS 5871-3:2005.
Box quantity: 1 set.
Box size: 44cm (W) x 19cm (H) x 22.5cm (D).
Box weight: 0.62kg.