This chimney is non-compliant for wood burning systems today.
Standard for Factory-Built Type A Chimneys
These requirements apply to Factory-Built Type ‘A’ Chimneys which do not
require field fabrication. They are for use with gas and liquid fuel-fired
residential appliances and building heating equipment, where the appliance or equipment flue-gas temperatures do not exceed 540 degrees C. They are intended for use in accordance with the National Building Code of Canada, Installation Code for Oil Burning Equipment, CAN/CSA-B139, and for Gas Burning Equipment, CAN/CGA-B149.1 and CAN/CGA-B149.2. They are intended for installation inside or outside of buildings to provide an essentially vertical conduit or passageway for conveying flue gases to the outer air from the above-described class of appliances.
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ BEFORE DOWNLOADING ANY MATERIAL OR DOCUMENTS FROM THIS WEBSITE.
The documents on this site are for assistance of user only, there is no guarantee that any of these documents are the correct one for your wood burning appliance. Your download and use any and all documents at your own risk. This website has no affiliation with WETT Inc. and is run by some of its members to allow sharing of documents among themselves. Should you wish to download any documents for information purposes, you are welcome to do so, but accept all the risk of using any and all documents and agree to not hold the membership of WETT, and of its members, nor WETT Inc itself responsible in any way for the use or results of use of any documents listed herein.