By GERRY SMITH from paramus, NJ on August 22, 2012
How does it snap together? It seems very difficult.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on August 22, 2012
Answer:The trick to assembling snap lock pipe is to lay the pipe on a flat surface, then push the male end of the seam straight down into the female end until it hooks into position. Once you release the pressure, the male end should hook into place and the pipe will form back into a round shape.
Please keep in mind that you may have to exert a good deal of pressure to get the two halves to hook together and the pipe may flatten somewhat while you assemble it. However, it can be rounded back out fairly easily.
By Ann from Brooksville, Maine on February 1, 2013
I need a 6 inch diameter by 14 inch length black stove pipe. Please advise if you have that size.
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on February 1, 2013
We do not have any 6" inner-diameter stove pipe in a fixed 14" length. However, you can use this adjustable slip connector with the 12" fixed-length pipe found on this page:
Snap-Lock Black Steel Stovepipe - 6-Inch Diameter
This slip connector will fit inside that 12" length pipe and you can thus create a 14" length pipe.