The optimum solution for maximum even draught in chimneys. Can even be used under difficult weather conditions, thanks to the injection method!
That is what makes WINDKAT unique...
Every burner, no matter whether it is gas, oil or solid fuel works best and has the most favorable consumption values, if the heating system finds ideal conditions in the chimney. Low flue temperatures require optimum chimney/operating conditions. If the weather is bad and wind
conditions are unfavourable, the heating system must work extremely hard to compensate for the pressure in the chimney (flue gas pipe) caused by the weather. The WINDKAT system is built directly into this critical zone and ensures optimum draught in the chimney thanks to its injection method. The flow resistance is eliminated. Valuable energy is saved.
According to the new European Standard DIN EN 13384-1 the aerodynamic
features of the WINDKAT system can compensate for the wind in terms of figures.
Optimum flue gas extraction even under the most difficult wind conditions.
No dangerous flue gas back pressure.
Optimum combustion saves fuel and heating costs.
Friendly to the environment by reducing pollution.
For all fireplaces, heating and ventilation systems.
Suitable for all chimney types and diameters.
Easy and quick do-it yourself installation.
Regulates all wind directions and speeds of wind.
Manufactured according to DIN 13384-1 (Zeta = 0).
Compensates for too little chimney heights.
For square and rectangular chimneys.
Quality right from the start...
WINDKAT is available in stainless steel (V4A, DIN 1.457), copper colour, power-coated or all RAL colours on request. Standard: stainless steel. WINDKAT does not require any special approval by a building supervisor. All FeuVO (German standard) and DIN 18160 as well as DIN EN 13884-1 (Zeta = 0) have been taken into consideration.
WINDKAT is tested and approved by TÜV, national institute for environment of Thueringen (Thüringer Landesanstalt für Umwelt), TU Munich, Bavarian national office for environmental protection (Bay. Landesamt für
Umweltschutz (LfU)), Martin-Luther university in Halle/TU Dresden.
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