Do you need to join two ends of a Snap-Lock Stove Pipe, but they seem to be incompatible? This handy coupling makes joining two female ends of your stove pipe a breeze! This useful male coupling is 4" tall with a 6" diameter, and easily connects with other Snap-Lock products. This product is constructed of strong, double crimped 24-gauge steel, and features a shiny black finish. Please allow an 18" clearance to combustibles upon installation.
Allows two female ends of Snap-Lock Stove pipe to be joined
4" tall with a 6" diameter
Double-crimped 24-gauge steel construction
Sleek black finish
18" clearance to combustibles
Easily connects to other Snap-Lock products
Manufacturer:Snap-Lock Part Number: BM0047 eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-73695 UPC: 00063467240358
Will this coupling work with a 22 gauge stove pipe that is not Snap-Lock?
By eFireplaceStore on November 30, 2014
Yes. The tapered and crimped ends of the coupler will allow it to work with 24 gauge and 22 gauge piping of all brands.
By Matthew from United States on March 22, 2014
I have a chimney liner with a T at the bottom behind the stove the end of the T is a 6 inch female connector and the connection coming off the stove is also a 6 inch female connection... Will this allow me to connect two 6 inch female connectors together if they are not snap lock pipes?
By Chris on March 24, 2014
This will indeed allow you to join two female connections together. This is designed to work with most single walled 6" diameter stove pipe.
By Chris from Westbend, Ohio on February 26, 2014
I have a 6 inch stainless steel liner in a chimney. I am trying to hook up a wood stove to the liner, it is 6 inch. What fitting do I need to put on the liner that must be a tee kit liner, so that I can have the male ends all point down?
Should I start with a 6 inch starter joint that has two male ends or is there a better option?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 27, 2014