Flue liner installation

Postby dtb » Wed Jan 21, 2009 3:13 am

A flue new flue pipe has been installed in a cottage renovation project I am working on and the directional arrow is facing down not up, the installer realised his mistake after the pipe was fitted and cemented into place with virmiculite insulation all around, he says it wont be a problem as directional arrows are a new thing and that not all pipes have one and the pipe still complies with building regs? anyone know any thing about this??
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