By Gary from Spring Creek, NV on October 25, 2014
Which part of this adaptor connects to the stove?
By eFireplaceStore on October 27, 2014
Answer:The stove adapter should be connected with the crimped end on the outer wall facing upwards.
By Jeffrey from Adairsville, GA on September 21, 2013
I am installing a rear vent Jotul. Will using a CPF 7755-DSPMADAPT with a CPF7760-DSPSADAPT connect correctly to my stove and 6" flue in my masonry chimney?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 23, 2013
Answer:These two items can indeed be used to make a rear vent connection to your chimney. The items could be used directly together or with the necessary sections of vent pipe between them.
By Paul from NJ on November 22, 2015
Is this Selkirk DSP double-wall black stovepipe stove adaptor installed upside down?
By Will M. on November 23, 2015
Answer:Selkirk DSP stovepipe has the inner liner crimped on the bottom in order to keep creosote and moisture from leaking out of the pipe. Obviously, this male end will face down. The outer wall has the crimped end facing up. This does provide the appearance of having the male end up, which is unconventional but the inner, crimped end will always direct any condensation or creosote towards the combustion chamber and always face down.
By David from Seattle, WA on July 11, 2014
My wood stove has an inside diameter of 6 inches, and an outside distance of 6.5. Is this the adapter to connect to standard black stove pipe?
By eFireplaceStore on July 11, 2014
Answer:This adapter is actually intended to connect the Selkirk DSP double walled stovepipe to a 6 inch diameter wood stove collar. Standard crimped single wall stovepipe does not require an adapter, simply pushing into the collar with a tight friction fit. Other brands that use rolled seams, such as Durablack, require a certain adapter.
By j butler from Hunter, NY on November 12, 2012
What is the length of this adapter? How many inches of vertical run can be subtracted from my run of DSP to my 90 degree elbow?
Also, if used in conjunction with the damper, would damper mount above this section prior to vertical stove pipe?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 13, 2012
Answer:The height of this adapter is approximately 4 1/2 inches tall, but the amount of the adapter that will push into the stove will vary, based on the exact diameter of the stove's flue outlet. Typically, 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches will be added in most applications. It is often best to purchase the adapter and the associated elbow first, to test fit the installation for an exact measurement.
If a damper is used in your application, it is recommended to install the damper in the end of this adapter section.
By Brian from California on December 6, 2012
I have a US Stove 2500, using Selkirk double wall stove pipe. I'm looking for the adapter from the collar on top of the stove to connect the stove pipe. The stove pipe is 6", the collar on the stove is 6.5" outside diameter. Is this the adapter that I need?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 6, 2012
Answer:This is indeed the correct adapter to allow you to connect the Selkirk DSP to your stove's flue outlet. Because the diameter of the flue collar and the adapter are the same, you may need to flare the outer wall of the adapter slightly to allow it to fully seat.
By TIM from Edmonton, Alberta on November 2, 2012
Why are both small ends and big ends crimped?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 5, 2012
Answer:Selkirk DSP stovepipe has the inner liner crimped on the bottom in order to keep creosote and moisture from leaking out of the pipe. Obviously, this male end will face down. The outer wall has the crimped end facing up. This is done to make assembly of the piping easier, as having the male ends opposite of each other allows for the piping to slip together will less effort.
By Steve from Ithaca, New York on July 3, 2012
I have a single-walled 8" black stove pipe to go through a wall into an existing masonry chimney with an 8" diameter. I would like to increase my safety a bit by installing a double-walled masonry adapter but most of these seem to only connect with double-walled pipe adapters with external diameters of 8.5". The other way I thought of doing it would be just to join my existing single wall pipe to a double walled pipe into the wall and buy a collar for it? Suggestions?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on July 5, 2012
Answer:Indeed, most double wall stovepipes can have an outer diameter that is 1" or greater than the single walled variety with the same inner diameter.
The safest solution would be to replace the entire stovepipe system with the double wall product, as there is not a good way to connect the double and single wall products together. Are you passing through a combustible wall, before you get to the chimney or is the chimney built into the wall? Is there a masonry thimble built into the chimney that you are venting into? Please advise at your convenience.
By Bonn from Fife Lake, MI on May 3, 2014
How long is this product?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on May 5, 2014
Answer:The height of this adapter is approximately 4 1/2 inches tall, but the amount of the adapter that will push into the stove will vary, based on the exact diameter of the stove's flue outlet. Typically, 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches will be added in most applications.