By Ray from Pottsville, PA on August 22, 2016
Is this liner compatible with a rice coal stove and what type of liner would you recommend?
By eFireplaceStore on August 23, 2016
By Harry from Erie, PA on November 7, 2015
Do I need to insulate this DuraFlex 6 inch diameter x 35 foot long kit of 304-alloy light chimney liner? I plan to use it in a chimney that has a clay liner.
By eFireplaceStore on November 9, 2015
Answer:Insulation may not be necessary in your circumstance. If the clay liner is in good condition and no bigger than twice the area of this 6 inch round liner, you will not technically need to insulate. Of course, best performance will always be achieved by insulating, as it keeps the liner hotter, ensuring a better draw for the appliance.
By Lisa from Maine on September 8, 2012
Does this come in 8" X 40' and is it usable with wood burning stoves?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 10, 2012
We do not sell this product in one continuous 40' length, due to shipping size restrictions. However, a pair of 20 foot liner lengths
can be attached together, using a coupler
to accomplish the same task. This is standard practice when heights in excess of 30 to 35 feet are needed.
This product can indeed be used to vent a wood burning stove into an existing masonry chimney. It is recommended to use one of our insulation kits to wrap the liner in order to achieve the best efficiency possible.
By Weaver from North Carolina on December 26, 2013
I have a stone chimney that has flue liners but bleeds out through stonework sometimes. I have a wood furnace. Would this product here be sufficient for the wood stove and would it stop any more black staining on stonework?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on December 26, 2013
Answer:Yes, this DuraFlex liner is suitable for use within a noncombustible chimney for venting your wood furnace.