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Flue stacks: Schebler Chimney Systems

February 17, 2014
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Schebler-021714-body.jpgSchebler Chimney Systems’ is offering complete design solutions for engineered stacks from the appliance to the top of the stack, customized to meet space and budget constraints. The company says its engineering and manufacturing specialists provide comprehensive engineering including design, sizing, load calculations, fabrication and installation. Consulting services include draft calculations, CAD support, 3-D modeling and mechanical specifications to reduce internal workloads and ensure accurate design.

Available in single-wall, double-wall or multiple flue stacks, Schebler stacks are engineered and rated to withstand wind and seismic loading without being braced to another structure.  Stable and high-profile, they vent fumes at high elevation away from other buildings and environments.  Fabrication quality control meets American Welding Society standards, ASME, and SMACNA guidelines for steel stack design and construction.

Schebler can design and manufacture free-standing stacks, guided stacks or secured structures in one piece or in sections. Stacks can also be constructed utilizing UL listed products with structural support stands that eliminate the need for guy wires on roof top terminations.  A variety of metals are available including steel, Cor-Ten® steel, stainless steel, aluminum, or choice alloys.  Schebler also can provide breechings utilizing standard UL listed product or custom ductwork made from almost any material.  

www.scheblerchinmey.com

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