CAN-ULC-S635-16
STANDARD FOR LINING SYSTEMS FOR EXISTING MASONRY OR FACTORY-BUILT CHIMNEYS AND VENTS

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Edition Number:3SCC Approved:2016-08
Edition Date:2016-08Reaffirmation Date: -
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Type:canulc

  • SCOPE

    1 SCOPE

    1.1 This Standard covers lining systems for existing masonry chimneys, which may or may not incorporate a liner of fire-clay tile, and existing factory built chimneys and vents.

    1.2 Lining systems shall be classed as follows:

    Class 1 – For the venting of gas-fired appliances where the temperature of the flue-gas products is 135 °C or above, but does not exceed 245 °C;

    Class 2 – For the venting of oil and gas-fired appliances where the temperature of the flue-gas products does not normally exceed 300 °C; and

    Class 3 – For the venting of oil-, gas- and solid-fuel fired appliances where the temperature of the flue-gas products does not normally exceed 650 °C.

    1.3 Lining systems as covered by these requirements, are not intended for use with Type BH Gas Vents, or with appliances that create positive pressures within the lining system, or cause condensation of corrosive acids, unless specifically listed for such applications.

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    • Table of Contents
      • Body
        • Part
          • 1 SCOPE
          • 2 REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
          • 3 GLOSSARY
          • 4 COMPLIANCE
        • PART A
          • 5 MATERIALS
          • 6 ASSEMBLY
            • 6.1 GENERAL
            • 6.2 INSULATION
            • 6.3 CHIMNEY TERMINATION ASSEMBLIES
            • 6.4 JOINTS
            • 6.5 TEE SECTIONS AND SUPPORT ASSEMBLIES FOR METALLIC LINING SYSTEMS
          • 7 INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
          • 8 PERFORMANCE
            • 8.1 GENERAL
            • 8.2 TEST INSTALLATION
            • 8.3 TEMPERATURE RISE
          • 9 PERFORMANCE TESTS
            • 9.1 TEST NO. 1 – CONDENSING SULPHUR DIOXIDE (METAL LINERS ONLY)
            • 9.2 TEST NO. 2 – SUPPORT
            • 9.3 TEST NO. 3 – PULL TEST
            • 9.4 TEST NO. 4 – PUNCTURE
            • 9.5 TEST NO. 5 – TORSION (FOR METAL LINERS)
            • 9.6 TEST NO. 6 – LIQUID PENETRATION
            • 9.7 TEST NO. 7 – DRAFT LOSS
            • 9.8 TEST NO. 8 – RAIN
            • 9.9 TEST NO. 9 – RESISTANCE TO ACTION OF ACIDS OF NONMETALLIC LINERS
            • 9.10 TEST NO. 10 – FREEZING AND THAWING OF NONMETALLIC LINERS
            • 9.11 TEST NO. 11 – CRUSHING OF NONMETALLIC LINERS
            • 9.12 TEST NO. 12 – LOADING TEST FOR METALLIC LINERS (RIGID ONLY)
            • 9.13 TEST NO. 13 – ABRASION
            • 9.14 TEST NO. 14 – STRENGTH TEST FOR METALLIC CHIMNEY LINERS
          • 10 PERFORMANCE (FLEXIBLE LINERS ONLY)
            • 10.1 TEST NO. 15 – FLEXIBILITY
            • 10.2 TEST NO. 16 – STRENGTH
            • 10.3 TEST NO. 16A – BEND (FLEXIBLE LINERS UP TO 200 mm DIAMETER)
          • 11 TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT
        • PART B
          • 12 COMPLIANCE
          • 13 MATERIALS
          • 14 PERFORMANCE
            • 14.1 TEST NO. 17 – TEMPERATURE – 245 °C FLUE GASES
          • 15 MARKING
        • PART C
          • 16 COMPLIANCE
          • 17 MATERIALS
          • 18 PERFORMANCE
            • 18.1 TEST NO. 18 – TEMPERATURE – 300 °C FLUE GASES
            • 18.2 TEST NO. 19 – TEMPERATURE – 925 °C FLUE GASES
            • 18.3 TEST NO. 20 – RESISTANCE TO BRUSH SWEEPING
          • 19 MARKING
        • PART D
          • 20 COMPLIANCE
          • 21 MATERIALS
          • 22 PERFORMANCE
            • 22.1 TEST NO. 21 – DRAFT
            • 22.2 TEST NO. 22 – THERMAL SHOCK
            • 22.3 TEST NO. 23 – WATER SHOCK (IF NO RAIN CAP PROVIDED) – NONMETALLIC LINERS ONLY
            • 22.4 TEST NO. 24 – TEMPERATURE – 650 °C FLUE GASES
            • 22.5 TEST NO. 25 – TEMPERATURE – 925 °C FLUE GASES
            • 22.6 TEST NO. 26 – TEMPERATURE – CREOSOTE BURNOUT
            • 22.7 TEST NO. 27 – RESISTANCE TO BRUSH SWEEPING
          • 23 MARKING
        • Part
          • TABLES TABLES
          • FIGURES FIGURES