By Mike from Soquel, CA on October 13, 2016
I have a direct vented propane stove requiring 4" B-vent class A or Masonry with an approved liner. Will this duravent pipe work in my application?
By Brennan W. on October 13, 2016
Answer:This pipe would indeed be acceptable.
By Mark from Rogersville, TN on July 14, 2014
I have a very small wood burner. It requires a 4" stove pipe. I see pipe for pellet stoves in that size but not for wood burners. What's the difference between pipe for pellet stoves and pipes for wood burners?
By eFireplaceStore on July 15, 2014
Answer:Pellet vent piping has a stainless steel inner liner, just like Class A chimney. However, it is a 444 grade stainless, which has a lower heat tolerance and cannot be used with a standard wood burning stove, due to the high flue temperatures and lower corrosion resistance.
Currently, 5 inch diameter stovepipe and chimney pipe is the smallest standard size. As such, you will likely be best off to have a custom 4 inch to 5 inch increaser produced by a local fabricator. This will allow you to use standard 5 inch piping, rather than having to resort to having the entire chimney run custom made.