6'' x 48'' HeatFab Single Wall Black Stove Pipe - 2608B

Item Code: 5SE-2608B

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Overview

  • Welded seams
  • 22-gauge cold rolled steel
  • For use with residential or commercial coal and wood-burning units
Details

The Saf-T Pipe from HeatFab is a heavy-duty stove pipe system designed for use with residential or commercial coal and wood-burning units, and is intended for interior use as a connector pipe. Manufactured for optimal system performance, Saf-T Pipe is unmatched in safety, durability and ease of installation.

HeatFab uses innovative, efficient technology to make Saf-T Pipe. Continuous-seam laser welding delivers a product that fits consistently round. Saf-T Pipe retains its shape even when cut. Fabricated from 22-gauge cold rolled steel, Saf-T Pipe is one of the thickest and most durable stove pipes available on the market. It is also one of the safest and most reliable. Featuring 100% Laser or Advanced resistance-welded seams, Saf-T Pipe holds together in the event of overheating. The welded seams also assure the pipes roundness, making installation a breeze.

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Additional Information
Specifications <
  • Single-wall
  • Dimensions: 6" ID x 48'' Long
  • Construction material: 22 gauge cold-roll steel
  • Finish: Painted Black
  • For coal and wood burning fireplaces and central heaters
Brand HeatFab
Model 2608B
Shipping Weight (lbs) 8.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 8
Product Type In the Room, Pipe Lengths
Diameter 6 Inch
Wall Construction Single Wall
Material Steel
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Customer Reviews

Posted: 2/17/2011

Reviewer: surly and old

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I bought this with the intention of replacing two 6 x 24 thin-walled pipes.
I realized too late that two 24 pipes equal 46, not 48, because of the one pipe fitting two inches into the other.
I fixed the problem engendered by the additional two inches by applying the Pythagorean Theorem and moving the stove sideways a little over fifteen inches to one side allowing the hypotenuse the 48 pipe to fit between the stove and the chimney.
Might I suggest that you offer a 46 version replace two 24 pipes and perhaps a 68 version to replace three 24 pipes.
You might also advise recipients of black painted pipes that they give off a lot of smoke when first heated. Had I known that, I would have run a little diesel fuel in it and fired it up outdoors.

Other than those two minor issues, one of which was my own error, I'm very happy to have a thick-walled stovepipe I don't have to worry about burning through in the event of overheating.

Posted: 12/6/2010

Reviewer: Brad Greguire

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This pipe is of excellent quality and it can be cut to length if needed. It was shipped very quickly. Northline does stand behide its products as I learned from an earlier purchase. Thanks for great service and price. Brad in North Carolina

Posted: 11/6/2010

Reviewer: d marks

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Shipping is great.

Posted: 10/2/2010

Reviewer: Gene

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Overall is very sturdy and strong weld pipe. Doesn't quite hold it's true round as much as claimed but is easy enough to reform so as to fit at joints. Overall very pleased with the product.

Posted: 9/2/2010

Reviewer: Rocket Man

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Good solid pipe, 22 gauge, well made, easy installation

Posted: 10/22/2009

Reviewer: Mike

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Very heavy duty .22 guage steel with no visable seam. Great black finish. Lasts much longer than regular stove pipe.

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