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Needs different attaching mechanism.
I agree that there has to be a better way to attach the shield other than drilling holes. A worm-type screw device? You're tightening on to a round surface that's unlikely to distort unless you're Atlas or foolish. My stove pipe temperature is held on by a magnet though I believe something more substantial is needed.
a better way to anchor it to the pipe
I cant understand why the manufacturer makes a person drill 4 holes and screw the shield to the stove pipe. Why didnt they just weld two magnets on the inside so it could just be stuck to the wood stove pipe, with no problems.
Robert: Magnets lose their magnetism when heated and the stove pipe shield would fall off. Screws are more secure.
The stovepipe shield was shipped in a timely manner. It was as advertised and once installed has performed well.
Reviewer: T. Kimball
Great service-no problems
Worked as described. Follow the directions.
with single wall stove pipe the shield has worked very well at deflecting heat@holding the heat for less heat loss in my stove pipe !
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