(Kinston, NC) – Field Controls has recently received ICC approval for the Flue Sentinel® FSM and FSE dampers as alternatives for glass doors on fireplaces. With the Flue Sentinel, the beauty and enjoyment of an open hearth is an option that meets extensive building code and safety requirements while saving energy.
“The ICC Evaluation Service has confirmed that Field Controls’ Flue Sentinel complies with the provisions of the International Fuel Gas Code, International Mechanical Code, International Residential Code, and International Energy Conservation Code,” said ICC President Shahin Moinian. “This confirmation, as evidenced in ICC-ES listing ESR-3661-PMG, provides guidance to code officials faced with approving the use of the Flue Sentinel under these codes.”
ICC-ES is the United States’ leader in evaluating building products for compliance with code. A nonprofit, public benefit corporation, ICC-ES performs technical evaluations of building products, components, methods, and materials. With over a decade of experience, ICC-ES is an internationally trusted evaluation service.
“Fields’ Flue Sentinel dampers allow homeowners and builders the reassurance that their open hearth fireplace will be just as safe as it is beautiful,” said Field Controls’ President Patrick Holleran.
Flue Sentinel® products are manufactured by Field Controls, a leader in air movement, air control, and air quality products. Fields’ new Healthy Hearth Guide is now available. For more information, call 252.522.3031. Editors: To download this release in a Word document and high resolution photo, see link below.