By LeRoy from Seattle Washington on September 22, 2013
I have an older wood stove and it takes this size pipe and elbow. What I need to know is do I need an insulated pipe to replace the old one going through the wall?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 23, 2013
Answer:If your installation is typical, the insulated pipe should continue through the wall and to an insulated chimney system that runs the rest of the way outside. The insulated pipe must be the same as the rest of the system to attach properly. Most manufacturers have a sticker or brand name stamped on the piping near the end of each pipe joint.
By Misty from Scottsboro, AL on December 2, 2015
Is this Heat-Fab welded black adjustable stovepipe triple wall pipe?
By Brennan W. on December 2, 2015
Answer:This is single wall stove pipe.
By Richard from Paonia, CO on February 18, 2015
Can this stove pipe only be used for wood stoves?
By eFireplaceStore on February 18, 2015
Answer:Correct. This length of stovepipe is only meant to make the connection between a free standing wood stove and a chimney ceiling support or a clay thimble leading into a masonry chimney.
By Blake from Coarsegold, Ca. on September 7, 2013
The hole in the top of my wood stove is 6" inside diameter, about 6 3/4" outside diameter. The ceiling bottom fixture has an outside diameter of 6". Will the heat fab 6" adjustable work for my application?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 9, 2013
Answer:Each section of Heat-Fab pipe has ends that are slightly tapered, allowing the pipe to be pushed into place until it the taper meets the I.D. of the stove or ceiling box. As such, the pipe could be used for your application, as your measurements fall within range of the taper.
By danny fox from mooresville, indiana on November 16, 2011
I'm installing a wood burning stove in my metal barn with wood on the inside. All 6" connection. what do you recommend for piping. I would like to go p about 6' from the top of stove and go through the side of the barn wall.
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 16, 2011
You could use this Heat-Fab stovepipe, but we would recommend using Simpson Dura-Vent products. You could use either the single-wall DuraBlack or the double-wall DVL stovepipe until you get to your wall, then convert to either double-wall DuraTech or triple-wall DuraPlus class A chimney pipe at your wall, using a thimble to bring the chimney in to transition from the stovepipe. We have all these components available on our website, and, if you like, we can formulate a quote for you if you can provide a little more information for us by filling out this form:
Chimney Pipe Design & Quote Form