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Steel Register Plates

Why is the register plate important?

The register plate is often a part that is overlooked when going to buy a stove. Register plates are essential components when fitting stoves to conventional chimneys. They prevent any debris falling down onto your stove and hearth, and seal off the bottom of the chimney cavity so the chimney draws properly.

Steel Register Plate

An installation of a multifuel or wood burning stove requires a register plate, this makes a chimney fume-tight and prevents any debris caused by the stove or the flue falling back down onto your hearth. Our galvanised steel register plates are 1.5mm thick. Each register plate needs to have a circular cut out in the centre to accommodate the stove pipe that goes through it. Once the pipe is in place it should be sealed with fire cement and ceramic fire rope if necessary but always consult your HETAS qualified fitter for any installation advice. On the register plate you may require a lip, this will allow you to drill the plate to the inside of your chimney breast to secure the plate.

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