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6'' Selkirk Insulated Tee Plug - 6T-IP

Item Code: 5SE-6T-IP

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The Insulated Chimney Tee may be used to start chimneys indoors or outdoors using a Wall Support assembly or a masonry pier. A length of Insulated Chimney Pipe is attached to the Tee snout to pass safely through combustible walls. An Insulated Tee Cap is included which can be removed from bottom opening for inspection.

Engineered for safety, Selkirk, also known as MetalBest or MetalBestos, chimneys are packed with one inch of premium fiber insulation, ensuring a 100% fill. This superior insulation maintains higher internal flue temperatures, enhancing draft and efficiency. Low temperatures are maintained on the outer casing, allowing installation as close as 2" from combustible materials. Assembled with the Positive Joint Coupler, the safest and most secure locking system in the industry, Ultra-Temp and Galva-Temp chimney sections twist together with a 1/8 turn. A locking band ensures system integrity and strength for the life of the chimney. Selkirk again sets the industry standard.

Note: This Selkirk pipe can be used in Canada but ONLY FOR GAS AND OIL.

See all 6" Selkirk Chimney Components.

Additional Information
  • Diameter: 6"
  • Construction Material: Stainless Steel
  • Clearances: 2" of airspace of Combustibles
  • Listings: UL Listed to UL103
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Brand MetalBest, Selkirk
Model 6T-IP
Shipping Weight (lbs) 2.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 2
Product Type Tees
Diameter 6 Inch
Material Stainless Steel
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