I broke the glass on my stove. The size is 17" x 19". I have had conflicting information as to what type of glass to replace it with; high temp or will tempered (the stove is small and looks like a fire place).
You may only replace the glass with the part number listed for the glass which will be located in the product literature for your stove. When this is unavailable, you will have to have ceramic glass with the same measurements and thickness cut locally.
I purchased a Reznor F100 heater, and it requires a 6" oval vent connection. I would like to find an adapter to go from an oval to round. My question is a 6 inch oval a standard shape? Would the 6GWAOR do the job
6" oval measurements for flue collars will not be a standard size. Please provide the oval measurements of your flue collar and we will look in to what may work with these dimensions. One source of information that may prove to be helpful will be the installation manual for your heater as this will likely list a part number for an oval to round adaptor.
I have a small Jolet wood stove. I want to "through-wall" vent it in my metal barn. The stove has a 5" flue. I need to go 18" to the wall, go through about 6" of insulated wall and corrugated metal on the side of the barn, continue out 18" ( to clear the roof overhang and gutters) and elbow up for about 12 to 14 feet to clear the metal roof and provide proper offset for the chimney. Do you have a worksheet I could use to plan what I need to order?
I bought a wood stove and 21 feet of DuraVent DuraPlus vent pipe. I'm putting the stove into the basement. What pieces do I need to go through the floor with and through a vaulted ceiling with? I have a metal roof so I bought a rubber boot to make a good seal.