The FlueCube chimney cowl solves problems, such as issues with lighting your stove, the stove not reaching its optimum temperature, smoke blowing into your home when the wind comes from a certain direction or downdraft caused by surrounding trees, buildings or terrain. In all of these cases, a FlueCube chimney cowl will work for you. It also improves the efficient heating of your home while contributing to reducing your fuel bill. Saving on fuel means that you save money and help the environment.

Existing and newly installed wood burners will greatly benefit from the addition of a FlueCube chimney cowl. Your stove will produce less soot and smoke, while burning at a hotter temperature yet using your fuel more efficiently.

It achieves this as the hot air from the stove reaches the FlueCube creating a positive draw through the flue system, stabilising the burn within the stove and thus enabling the stove to perform with much greater efficiency, consuming a larger amount of black carbon (soot) than would previously be possible. The FlueCube also enables stoves to be installed in areas of low pressure and thermal disturbance that are normally restrictive for stoves. In addition, the FlueCube solves problems routinely occurring with short chimneys, for example on bungalows, conservatories and single storey extensions and work spaces, or where the chimney is below the roof line.

The FlueCube is a chimney cowl designed, patented (GB2492308) and manufactured to improve the experience of wood burning, multi fuel stoves, oil fired stoves.

FlueCube Test

The test below shows that at low temperatures, when a stove is struggling to get going, the positive draw the FlueCube creates (as oppose to a standard cowl or cap) speeds your stove on its way to reaching its optimum temperature. By the time 100 degrees centigrade is reached, your stove is burning at 15 pascals such that you can turn the air vents on your stove down. This efficiency in getting your stove to the optimum temperature means that problems such as downdraft are minimised and  fuel effectiveness is maximised, burning off soot and keeping your flue cleaner.

Flue Cube Testing

Temperature °CNo CubeFlue Cube

Wind @14mph (using fan to simulate wind)
Temperature inside flue, 750mm above heat source

Chimney Cowl Fitting on Twin Wall Flue