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8'' HomeSaver UltraPro Insert Boot Adaptor

Item Code: 5CO-14495

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Overview

  • Diameter: 8"
  • Construction material: Stainless steel
  • Listings: UL Listed to 1777 standard for zero clearance and ULC Listed to S635-00
  • Clearances: 0" clearance to masonry for gas, 1" clearance for pellet and oil stoves, for wood-burning applications, insulation is required for 0" clearance to masonry
  • Details

    The Insert Boot Adaptor adapts HomeSaver Pro and UltraPro liner to a RoundFlex cast iron boot. Boot Adaptor has a single connection band for a drip free, secure connection to pipe. Cast iron boot is not included.

    Note: Requires Insert Boot Adaptor.



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    Specifications
  • Diameter: 8"
  • Construction material: Stainless steel
  • Listings: UL Listed to 1777 standard for zero clearance and ULC Listed to S635-00
  • Clearances: 0" clearance to masonry for gas, 1" clearance for pellet and oil stoves, for wood-burning applications, insulation is required for 0" clearance to masonry
  • Brand Homesaver
    Model 14495
    Shipping Weight (lbs) 1.0000
    Actual Weight (lbs) 1
    Product Type In the Room, Adapters
    Diameter 8 Inch
    Warranty

    Wood burning: Manufacturer lifetime warranty covers damage from chimney fires, customer over firing, and perforation caused by corrosion on 316 Ti-alloy liners.

    Coal, non-condensing gas and oil: Manufacturer warranty gives lifetime coverage when using 316 Ti-alloy liners. It also includes coverage for perforation caused by corrosion.

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