Register Plate plain sheet (seals off chimney above stove)
Seals off the bottom of a chimney. A sheet of galvanised steel plus metal "angle strips" to enable screwing to brickwork. You cut it to size and cut a rough and ready hole. Then fit a sealing plate to make nice and neat. See Product Addons.
A sheet of galvanised steel plus metal "angle strips" to enable screwing to brickwork. You cut it to size.
Cut your own hole (rough hole is fine - use a "sealing plate" to guide you as to what you can get away with). Our sealing plate can be seen here (one is included in our chimney-liner fitting pack). Or see "Customers Also Bought" below.
Or you can buy a sheet of Hardiebacker board from your local builder's merchant (1.2m x 0.8m 12mm thick is £10-£15) and at same time purchase aluminium right angle strip (use full lengths down all four sides of plate or just use a few short sections). Same process, cut rough hole and fit sealing plate.
All our register plates are 1.5mm Zintec and come complete with brackets so that the plates can be fitted to the wall for the register plate to sit on.
You have complete flexibility as you can cut your hole where ever you need.
Note: to cut metal you will need a "grinder" with cutting disk suitable for metal (usually 1mm or 1.5mm thick). To cut Hardiebacker board use the same grinder but with disk suitable for brick or concrete (cuts easy) or use a jigsaw. Kenny gives some good tips on cutting Hardiebacker with a jigsaw blade on this page.
Screw "angle" to wall using screws and raw plugs or Thunderbolts.
Leadtime: 3 days
Name delivery day at checkout. FREE delivery most of mainland UK if spend over £500 - see footer.
You can cut a rough and ready hole in your metal plate (using a 1mm cutting disc on a grinder) or Hardiebacker board (using jigsaw blades suitable for concrete board) and use a sealing plate to make it today afterwards.