You can design and calculate household or industrial chimney exhaust systems for use with single or multiple devices. Because ChimneyMaster adheres fully to EN-13384-1 and EN-13384-2 standards, you can design quickly, easily, and without errors.
At the moment, the program can only be used on Windows operating systems.
The ChimneyMaster program is sold throughout Europe and has versions in English, German, French, Turkish, and Italian. In addition to the program language you want to purchase, you can also purchase additional languages and use your program with those languages as well.
You can download the installation file for the program from the links here.
The ChimneyMaster database includes every kind of device you can think of, including those that operate with solid (including pellets), liquid, and gas fuels, atmospheric and forced-draft boilers, condensing boilers, ovens, stoves, open and closed fireplaces, motors, and oil evaporators. Its options for chimney systems are similarly extensive, including single- and double-walled chimneys, concentric steel chimneys, and chimney units with and without shafts, which can be selected from a variety of materials, such as ceramics and concrete.
You can read the documents in the help section of the program and watch our training videos.
It’s easy to add a new device to the program. Simply select the “add a new device” option and enter the required information, and the device will be added to your library. You can then select it directly for use in other projects.
If the data has changed or is incorrect, you can manually enter the correct data. In these instances, an image appears in the calculation report indicating that you have altered the data.
ChimneyMaster, which begins to calculate from the moment that you start designing the chimney, can calculate everything needed for your chimney design to comply with the EN-13384 standard.
Yes. You can see all the possible cross-sections and results of the chimney you have built. You can also check its compliance with the relevant standard.
Yes. You can view all the details of the calculations on the program. It can even prove that these calculations are fully compatible with the relevant standard.