7'' Stove Pipe
7" Single Wall or Double Wall Stove Pipe Choose Your Stove Pipe Type
Stove pipe is used from the top of the wood stove or freestanding fireplace to the bottom of the ceiling or wall where it will connect to class-A chimney pipe or a masonry chimney. Single Wall Stove Pipe radiates more heat into the room than double wall stove pipe and requires 18" clearance from combustible surfaces where Double Wall Stove Pipe requires only 6" from walls and 8" from ceilings when used horizontally. For close-clearance installations or mobile home installations use double wall stove pipe. Follow manufacturer recommendations whenever applicable. Never use a chimney that is smaller in diameter than the flue size of the appliance it is being connected to. Never use stove pipe in place of class-a chimney pipe.
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Why DuraBlack - DuraBlack is an economical, drip-free, single-wall stove pipe designed for connecting wood stoves to manufactured chimney. Constructed with die-formed end fittings. Adjustable length to eliminate cutting and crimping. 18" Clearance to combustibles. 6"-8" Diameters.
Why HeatFab - HeatFab chimney systems are among the thickest and most durable stove pipe options on the market. They are also among the safest and most reliable. 100% laser welded seams to prevent flue leakage. Available in 6"-8" Diameters.
Why Snap-Lock - Snap-Lock wood stove pipe is an economical that can save you money and is extremely quick and easy to install. 24-Guage steel construction. 18" Clearance to combustibles. 6"-8" Diameters.
Why DVL - DVL is a double-wall, air-insulated stove pipe that reduces clearances to combustibles from 18" to 6", the closest clearance to any wall of any connector pipe. Required for manufactured home installations. Available in 6"-8" diameters.