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10'' DuraBlack Slip Connector - 10DBK-SC

Item Code: 5SP-10DBK-SC

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The DuraBlack Slip Connector is used to adapt DuraBlack pipe to the ceiling support box or finishing collar. The Slip Connector adds 3" -13" of length to rigid pipe and allows for a drip free installation without cutting the pipe and can be used in line to create a telescoping combination when used with a straight length of pipe. The slip connector can only be used with DuraBlack single wall black pipe. For any other single wall pipe, use the Snap Lock Adapter.

DuraBlack is a single-wall interior stovepipe for connecting wood stoves to a manufactured chimney.

Product Note:When installing any single-wall stovepipe, be sure to maintain an 18" clearance to all combustibles.

See all 10" DuraBlack Stove Pipe.

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Specifications
  • Diameter: 10"
  • Construction Material: 24-Gauge Steel
  • Clearances: 18"
  • Painted Black
Additional Information

For an economical, drip-free, single-wall stovepipe, DuraBlack is an excellent choice. Built to Simpson DuraVent's high standards, DuraBlack is constructed with die-formed end fittings. Adjustable lengths eliminate the need for cutting and crimping.

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Brand DuraBlack, DuraVent, Simpson
Model 10DBK-SC
Made In USA
Shipping Weight (lbs) 5.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 5
Product Type In the Room, Pipe Lengths, Slip Connectors
Diameter 10 Inch
Wall Construction Single Wall
Material Steel
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