FIRE PROTECTION

  1. Gas and smoke flues should be made of incombustible materials.
  2. Fire box should be placed on an incombustible base of at least 0,15 m thickness. Metal stove without legs on a base 0,3 m thick. Easily inflammable floor in front of fire box door should be protected with incombustible material. The material should be at least 0,3 m wide and should protrude at least 0,3 m on each side of the door.
  3. Open fire box can be used in room with no explosion threat. It can be placed at least 0,6 m from easily inflammable parts of the building. In rooms with wooden ceiling the box should have a hood made of incombustible material. The hood should protrude at least 0,3 m beyond the box edges.
  4. Metal stove or stove in metal frames, connecting pipes and soot holes should be placed at least 0,6 m from easily inflammable and unprotected constructional parts of the building, and at least 0,3 m from parts covered with 25 mm thick plaster board or similar board.
  5. Stove made of stone, bricks or tails and similar incombustible materials, as well as smoke and gas flues should be placed at least 0,3 m from easily inflammable and unprotected constructional parts of the building, and at least 0,15 m from parts covered with 25 mm thick plaster board or similar board.