By Terry from Salt Lake City, Utah on September 23, 2013
Do you manufacture 5" black elbows?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 24, 2013
By Lou from Reading, PA on August 26, 2014
How do I connect a 5" pipe to 6" stove?
By Kevin E. on August 26, 2014
By Dave Pilger from Los Molinos, California 96055 on June 26, 2012
I have pulled our old rusted 6" pipe out of our chimney and need to replace it. The old pipe was squeezed in there and new pipe doesn't fit. Is there any 5" pipe available for replacement?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 27, 2012
Answer:Judging by your description, it sounds as if you are venting a wood burning stove through a masonry or clay thimble, into a brick chimney. If this is the case, it is certainly possible to use this 5" Snap-Lock pipe and a reducer.
Does the entire run from the stove to the thimble use 6" pipe now? Does the system uses crimped stovepipe or smooth seams at each connection?
By Robert Hutchinson from Syracuse, NY on April 24, 2012
I need a piece or pieces of pipe that will give me at least 46". 48" will do with a 2 to 2 1/2" slip connector.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on April 24, 2012
Answer:Currently, there is not a slip connector available for 5 inch diameter Snap Lock piping. It would be necessary to purchase and attach a pair of 24 inch sections, then trim the extra length off of one section and recrimp the male end of the pipe.