The following documents are principally associated with the guidance relating to combustion appliances and fuel storage systems (Part J)
Guidance and supplementary information on the UK implementation of European standards for chimneys and flues
The BFCMA ADJ Guidance document, is intended to provide guidance on the Building Regulations Approved Document J (ADJ) during the transitional period in which there is a move toward using European Standards for specifying and installing chimneys. It is aimed at specifiers, builder's merchants, builders, and manufacturers and installers of chimneys and associated products and appliances, together with enforcers, e.g. building control officers, CORGI inspectors, and training providers.
Solid Fuel, Wood and Oil Burning Appliances
Leaflet detailing the safety precautions you should take when using such appliances.
Risk assessment of concrete flue liners
This risk assessment study was offered as part of the response to a Parliamentary Question concerning the potential risk to health from certain designs of concrete flue liner produced and marketed in recent years.
- Risk assessment of concrete flue liners: main report (PDF 377 Kb)
- Appendix A: Report on risk assessment of chimney liners (Watson Wyatt Partners) (PDF 37 Kb)
- Appendix B(i): The experimental programme carried out at CRE Group Ltd (PDF 89 Kb)
- Appendix B(ii): Graphs relating to the experimental firing programme (PDF 1072 Kb)
- Appendix B(iii): Photographs relating to the experimental firing programme (PDF 265 Kb)
- Appendix B(iv): CRE flue liner project - test coupon programme (PDF 36 Kb)
- Appendix C: Fatalities and near miss analysis (PDF 184 Kb)
- Appendix D: Comments on proposed flue and chimney European standards (PDF 13 Kb)
- Appendix E: News release - risk assessment of concrete flue liners (PDF 10 Kb)