Do they make a 4 inch stove pipe?
High quality 4″ single wall stove pipe. Comes in (2) lengths: 20″ – 40″. Perfect for safely venting your small wood stove with a 4″ flue outlet.
What lengths does black stove pipe come in?
Single Wall Black Telescoping Stove Pipe The small telescoping pipe adjusts from 18 in. to 30 in. The large telescoping pipe adjusts from 38 in. to 70 in.
What is black stove pipe used for?
This 4″ x 24″ high heat black stove pipe is used to connect a wood stove on the interior of your home to chimney pipe. The pipe has a maximum operating temperature range of up to 800 degrees Fahrenheit due to a special high heat coating that is directly applied to the cold rolled steel substrate.
What gauge is single wall black stove pipe?
Single Wall Black Pipe is used from the top of the wood stove or freestanding fireplace to the bottom of the ceiling or wall where it will connect to class-A chimney pipe or a masonry chimney. 22 gauge cold-roll steel, painted black.
Can you use double wall stove pipe outside?
The reason why you must use double-wall pipe for a clearance of 18″ or under is because it is air insulated. The outside of the double-wall pipe does not radiate heat like single-wall does. The air insulation also allows your wood stove to perform better.
Can I use single wall stove pipe inside?
Use Single Wall Black Stove Pipe from your stove to a thimble or ceiling transition box, never inside a combustible wall or inside a chimney chase. An 18 inch clearance to combustibles is required and these pipes feature an unheard of fume-free finish.
Do wood stoves need double wall pipe?
Can I use double wall stove pipe inside?
Use Double Wall Black Stove Pipe from your stove exhaust to a thimble or ceiling transition box when you have less than 18 inch clearance to wall combustibles, and never inside a combustible wall or inside a chimney chase.
How thick is black stove pipe?
Product Description. 6″x36″ Black Stove Pipe is a heavier steel (22 gauge) and the welded seams ensure stability in the event of a chimney fire.
Can you use black double wall stove pipe outside?
Black pipe used outside will run way cooler flue temperatures than class A chimney and will potentially build up creosote quite rapidly increasing the chance of a chimney fire. There a no safe way to use black stove pipe for the entire chimney system so ask yourself…
What is the 2 10 rule?
A chimney must project at least 3 feet above the roof on its shortest side and also be at least 2 feet above any roof structure that is within a 10 foot radius of the chimney. That’s it. Following this simple rule helps to ensure other structures on the roof do not interfere with the exhaustion of combustion gases.