This double walled stovepipe from Security helps create a solid connection between your stove and chimney system. With this stovepipe, you can install your connection with just 6 inches of clearance. The double wall construction contains built in insulation, and allows for heat recovery. The black finish allows this to blend with just about any ventillation system, and 4 different lengths are available to meet your venting needs. Each pipe also comes with a 10 year warranty that helps ensure a long lasting product.
Please Note: Some stoves may require a separately purchased Stove Adaptor to connect to Security Stovepipe. Please consult your stove's instruction manual before ordering.
Connects solid-fuel stoves to Secure Temp factory-built chimneys
Efficient double-wall construction
.015 stainless steel inner wall with a 26-ga. black steel outer wall
Easily joins with other Security Stovepipe components
I have a 36" double wall stovepipe now. It might be a DuraVent, but I can't remember what brand. However, I like this because of the top and bottom vents. With the double wall you lose a lot of your heat feel into the room.
This 6" pipe should work with other brands, correct? It looks like it would. What are your thoughts?
By Kevin E. - NFI Certified Specialist on October 28, 2013
No, unfortunately, this line of stove pipe is similar to Class A chimney pipe in that it is not designed to be used with other brands of pipe. If you have DuraVent currently installed, the entire run would need to be replaced with this Security line of pipe.
By Don from Manhattan, KS on October 16, 2013
I need 88 inches of this stove pipe. Would two 36 inch and one 12 inch adjustable work alright?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 16, 2013
Will this be compatible with a indoor wood boiler, rated at 150,000 btu and what will be the expected life?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 26, 2011
This type of stove pipe is rated to 2,100 degrees and is indeed compatible for most boiler applications. It has a life expectancy of 25 years when used with most boilers.
The manufacturer of the boiler will have final say on what type of piping can be used with the unit. While most boilers allow the use of double or single wall pipe to the first combustible wall or ceiling, some manufacturers specifically want class A chimney to be used for the entire run. It will be necessary to consult with the manufacturer to be certain of what is needed.