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Steven G. from Driftwood, Pa asked:
What should you use to clean the inside of a stainless steel wood stove pipe?
What should you use to clean the inside of a stainless steel wood stove pipe?
When sweeping a stainless steel chimney, it is best to use a poly brush that is the same diameter as your chimney's inner diameter. You can see an example here.
Answered by: on Mar 18, 2024

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Denny from Baton rouge louisiana asked:
Does anyone have triple wall chimney pipe, anymore?
Does anyone have triple wall chimney pipe, anymore?
Triple wall air-cooled chimney is far less common than it used to be. Modern stoves don't draft well in the cooler triple-wall chimneys. A double or triple wall chimney with insulation is the current standard.
Answered by: Nevins P.

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Matthew A. from Winnipeg, Canada asked:
What brands of stove pipes can be used with Superior WXS2021WS-B Wood Stove?
What brands of stove pipes can be used with Superior WXS2021WS-B Wood Stove?
This stove can use several different brands of stovepipe and class A chimney, including DuraBlack and Heat Fab for stovepipe and DuraTech, DuraPlus, and Selkirk SuperPro for class A chimney.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Robert S. from asked:
Which of your chimney piping meets the UL 103HT (2100 deg.) standard?
Which of your chimney piping meets the UL 103HT (2100 deg.) standard?
Most pipe brands in this section carry that listing. We would recommend either the SuperPro, DuraTech, or DuraPlus brands.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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About Class A Vent Pipes and Kits

When it's cold outside and you have a cozy wood fire, make sure your chimney can exhaust all the harmful gasses from your home without causing another fire within your home with the correct Class A chimney pipe kit. Or, if you're building your own chimney, find a complete kit to make it as easy as 1-2-3! Just remember that different brands of pipe are all distinctly engineered and must be used as a complete system! Each home is uniquely designed and requires certain chimney parts to take the exhaust out of the home effectively. This project takes a puzzle of class A chimney pieces! So before you get overwhelmed, you can get a Free Chimney Design and Quote from one of our NFI certified technicians or find the parts you need for great low prices at eFireplaceStore!
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