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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 6:13 
Hello,

My boiler has been displaced. A certificate Qualigaz was written by the Plumber. I live in this house still under renovation.
Ventilation is low (100 cm ²), but ventilation is to high.
I wanted to know if I could use the air intakes I intend to do on windows where the boiler for high ventilation.
If control (Qualigaz) is OK?

Thanks for your help
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 8:21 
Good evening
outputs ventilation must be at least the same area as the inputs. Outputs must be at minimum 1.80 m height from the ground. Vents that are often present in the frames are air intakes and are not valid. Exits must not be connected to a VMC (VMC gas except for kitchen), Ducted fans are prohibited unless a raccodées VMC gas, only the recycling hoods (with activated charcoal) are permitted in the boiler room Gas
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 10:08 
Good evening, what type of boiler you? I guess it's a boiler flue, unless you have several stacks in home. +
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 11:37 
Hello,

Thanks for your answers.
No this is not a boiler Suction. The smoke is through the roof of course.
This boiler is located in a large room (50 m²) which is the central kitchen with island (gas) and a lounge room eat. Everything is open.
Aldes I have a VMC with a mouth of 125 set in the "kitchen" (next to the water point), I have a low ventilation 100, and I ventilation to think high of 75.
Ok to Qualigaz?

Thanks for your answers
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 11:41 
hello
You can not put a boiler with natural ventilation in a room with VMC and hood or kitchen, your plumber is a dangerous person to have given you a "certificate Qualigaz"

boiler flue mandatory in this case
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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2010 12:00 
hello
Just because a vmc or hood upsets the natural aspiration of your boiler resulting in the discharge of smoke into the room.
is strictly forbidden, it is a real danger !!!
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