Lying down, knees bent 45 degrees clamping legs in the air, left leg bent to the maximum, do up his right leg kick, hook the foot instep and always maintain the state; and then bent down to the maximum right leg, left leg and try to kick up. Repeat the action. Practice every night, every time at least 3 minutes. Action points in the legs remain clamping, is conducive to stretch the inner thigh muscles; hook tight feet, is conducive to stretch the calf muscles.
Planning Your Chimney Installation Chimney Cap Keeps birds, animals, snow and rain out. Extended Roof Bracket Supports chimney when it extends more that 4 ft. above roofline. Roof Flashing and Storm Collar Min. 3 ft. Weatherproofs the penetration of chimney pipe through the roofline. Storm Collar required. Select roof flashing based on pitch of roof. Min. 3 ft. Attic Insulation Shield Required for installations that pass through an attic to prevent insulation and debris from accumulating near ATTIC the chimney. Fits over Firestop Radiation Shield or Support Box. ATTIC Class A Chimney Pipe Available in diameters of 5" to 24" and lengths of 6" to 60". You must enclose (in a chase) all sections of chimney when it Wall Thimble passes through accessible living areas. Use to provide Approx. 8 ft. Wall Straps clearance to Use in interior or exterior installations to support and combustibles. stabilize the chimney while assuring a 2" clearance. Fits between standard wall studs.Adjustable Firestop Radiation Shield to accomodate Required for installations that pass through from a lower living thicker walls. UPPER FLOOR space into an upper living space. UPPER FLOOR Tee with Clean-out Cap 6” or 18” Use for through-the-wall chimney installations. The clean-out cap is removeable for easy cleaning or inspection. Wall Straps, 6” a Wall Thimble, and a Tee Support Bracket must be or installed with the Tee. 18” Approx. 8 ft. Tee Support Bracket Use to support the Tee. Supports the weight of the chimney. A minimum of 6" is required between the ceiling or wall and double wall stovepipe, 18" for single wall stovepipe. MAIN FLOOR Ceiling Support Box MAIN FLOOR Supports chimney pipe and provides a positive connection between support box and chimney. Supports the weight of the chimney. Stovepipe Adapter 6” Adapts chimney pipe to stovepipe. or Stovepipe Adjustable and Telescoping Lengths 18” Use Adjustable to add length. Use Telescoping for a two-piece Approx. 8 ft. installation from stove to ceiling support box. No cutting required. Stovepipe Fixed Lengths Available in diameters of 6" to 10" and lengths of 6" to 48". Surveys have shown, that if a wood burning appliance is used every day, single wall stovepipe will need to be replaced every two or three years. Heavier gauge pipe will last longer than lighter BASEMENT BASEMENT gauge. Double wall black pipe is stainless steel inside, which will Ceiling Support Installation last indefinately. Wall Support Installation http://www.northlineexpress.com/pipe-install-planning.asp page 1 NorthlineExpress.com http://www.northlineexpress.com Toll-Free 1-866-667-8454 Chimney Cap Keeps birds, animals, snow and rain out. Extended Roof Bracket Supports chimney when it extends more that 4 ft. above roofline. Class A Chimney Pipe Min. 3 ft. Min. 3 ft. Available in diameters of 5" to 24" and lengths of 6" to 60". Roof Flashing and Storm Collar Weatherproofs the penetration of chimney pipe through the roofline. Storm Collar required. Select roof flashing based on pitch of roof. Cathedral Ceiling Support - Supports chimney pipe. Elbow Kits Elbow Offsets Kits include: 2 Elbows (15° or 30°) Refer to Elbow and 1 Elbow Strap. Use for offsets Offset Charts. around obstructions. Offsets greater that 30° are not permitted. A pair of ATTIC elbows is required to return an offset chimneyback to vertical. The Elbow Strap prevents excessive weight on the elbows. On certain installations (DuraTech Class A Chimney Pipe Only) The Cathedral Ceiling Support can be replaced with a Roof Support Bracket. Attic Insulation Shield Required for installations that pass through an attic to prevent insulation and debris from accumulating near the chimney. Stovepipe Adapter Adapts chimney pipe to stovepipe. Stovepipe Adjustable and Telescoping Lengths Use Adjustable to add length. Use Telescoping for a two-piece installation from stove to ceiling support box. No cutting required. 6” 6” or Stovepipe Fixed Lengths or 18” Available in diameters of 6" to 10" and lengths of 6" to 48". 18” A minimum of 6" is required between the ceiling or wall and double wall stovepipe, 18" for single wall stovepipe. Surveys have shown, that if a wood burning appliance is used every day, single wall stovepipe will need to be replaced every two or three years. Heavier gauge pipe will last longer than lighter gauge. Double wall black pipe is stainless steel inside, which will MAIN FLOOR last indefinately. MAIN FLOOR Cathedral Ceiling Support Installation Ceiling Support Installation with Offset 2 Ft. Minimum Above Highest Point of 12˝ ruler the Building within 10 Ft. A 3 Ft. Minimum 10 Ft. Above Roof Penetration Measure Roof Pitch to Select Proper Flashing To calculate roof pitch, use a level 12˝ ruler, then measure the number of inches from the Minimum Chimney Height Requirement bottom of the ruler to the roof. Example: If (A) equals 6˝ then the roof pitch is 6/12. http://www.northlineexpress.com/pipe-install-planning.asp page 2 NorthlineExpress.com http://www.northlineexpress.com Toll-Free 1-866-667-8454 Installation Planning Worksheet 1. Fuel Type ________________________ (wood stove, pellet stove, chimney relining, etc.) 2. Diameter Required ________________ (refer to manufacturer’s instructions from the appliance you are installing) 3. How Do You Plan to Install ______________________________ (Through-the-wall, through-the-ceiling - flat ceiling or cathedral ceiling?, Offset installation, chimney relining?) 4. Do You Currently Have Chimney Pipe _________________________________________ (What brand? What diameter?) 5. Do You Have a Preference of Double Wall or Triple Wall Chimney Pipe __________________________________ 6. Do You Have a Preference of Single Wall or Double Wall Stovepipe _____________________________________ (How close to a wall (ceiling) do you need to be? Minimum of 6˝ with double wall, 18˝ with single wall) 7. What material is your roof covered with? _________________________________________ (Shingles? Metal?) If Roof is Metal; What is the height and width of ridges? ______________ What is the distance between ridges? ____________ 8. Measurements (We need the following measurements to calculate a quote for you) Ceiling Height __________________ (Measure from the ceiling to the floor in the room that you are installing appliance) Appliance Height _______________ (Measure the height of the appliance you are installing. Does your appliance vent out the top or out the back?) Number of Stories ______________ (Measure from the ceiling to the floor for every story the chimney will be going through) Attic Height ____________________ (Measure from the roof to the bottom rafter) Exterior Pipe Height _____________(Minimum of 3 ft. from roof. If measurement is greater than 5 feet an extended roof bracket is manditory.) Roof Pitch _____________________ Ceiling Pitch (if cathedral) _____________________ Abnormal Specifications (Any offsets – refer to offset charts - http://www.northlineexpress.com/elbowoffsetcharts.asp, any other information we may need)__________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Your Contact Information Name: __________________________________________ Email Address: _________________________________________ Daytime Phone: (______) __________________________ Address: ______________________________________________ Fax Number: (______) __________________________ _________________________________ Zip Code____________ NorthlineExpress Contact Information Snail Mail: NorthlineExpress Fax this page to: (989) 821-7203, 9195 North Cut Road or email information to: email@example.com Roscommon, MI 48653 Phone Toll-Free: 866-667-8454 Attn: Order Desk http://www.northlineexpress.com/pipe-install-planning.asp page 3
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