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10'' Round Solid-Pack Weathershield Cap

Item Code: 5IP-WSA-10

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  • 10" Round
  • 16" Lid dimension
  • 304 Stainless steel construction
  • Friction fits any brand of chimmney

The HomeSaver Pro Cap is a universal replacement for deteriorating, standard rain cap/spark arrestors that come with factory built chimney systems. The tight, friction-fit installation allows this cap to slip down securely inside the chimney. It is designed to fit virtually any brand of factory-built chimney. Some brands will differ in their inner dimensions by a few fractions of an inch.

The HomeSaver Pro Cap is constructed of 304 stainless steel and a steel mesh cage to protect your home and chimney against harsh weather conditions and animal invasion. This particular cap is factory built for solid-pack, sealed end chimneys.

10" Air-insulated Pro Cap is also available.

Additional Information
  • 10" round
  • 16" Lid dimension
  • 304 Stainless steel construction
  • Friction fits any brand of chimney
Brand Weathershield
Model 11330
Made In USA
Shipping Weight (lbs) 5.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 5
Diameter 10 Inch
Material Stainless Steel
Mesh Size 1'' Mesh
Cap Type Solid Pack

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  • From Heidi Bennett at 12/3/2012 9:42 PM
    • How does this attatch to the pipe. are there any clips, scews, or does it just slip inside, and stay there?

    • You will just squeeze the bottom part together and slide it on the inside of your 10" solid pack chimney pipe. This is a tight Friction fit. So it just slides inside.
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