Flex FAQs

Can InnoFlue® Flex be installed horizontally?

When venting combustion gas, InnoFlue® Flex cannot be installed horizontally. The installation of InnoFlue® Flex in a horizontal configuration allows for the pooling of condensate. This can create sagging in the vent system leading to the creation of back pressure. Back pressure can result in a forced shut down of the heating appliance.

InnoFlue® Flex can be installed horizontally when used as an air intake.

Flex_450Can InnoFlue® Flex be installed outside of a chase?

InnoFlue® Flex is ULC-S636 listed exclusively for use as a combustion gas vent system inside of a chase.

In what type of chase can InnoFlue® Flex be installed?

InnoFlue® is commonly installed in masonry, b-vent and sheet rock chases.

Can InnoFlue® Flex be installed in a sheet rock wall?

InnoFlue® Flex should not be installed in a sheet rock wall.

Can InnoFlue® Flex be installed in chases with offsets?

InnoFlue® can be installed in chases with offsets that do not exceed 45°. Chases can have multiple offsets.

Can InnoFlue® Flex be installed in a shared chase with a fireplace or other heating equipment?

InnoFlue® Flex can be installed in a shared chimney, assuming the flues are separated, if the ambient air temperature does not exceed 300°F (149°C).