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Lock-Top II 13 in. x 13 in. Base California Mesh Chimney Cap and Damper Combo

Lock-Top II 13 in. x 13 in. Base California Mesh Chimney Cap and Damper Combo

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Lock-Top
Lock-Top Part Numbers: 09520
Item Number: CPF-09520

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Features

  • Size: 13" W x 13" L x 11-3/8" H
  • Chimney Cap and Damper Combo with 5/8 Inch Mesh
  • Stainless steel and cast-aluminum construction
  • Silicone rubber seals tight
  • Arrives fully assembled
  • Includes Silicone sealant, 30' stainless steel cable, ring, and hardware set
  • Manufacturers lifetime warranty
  • Fits Inside Flue Sizes: 9" x 9" to 12-1/2" x 12-1/2"
  • Cross-Sectional Area: 100 sq. in.
This energy-saving damper seals securely because of silicone rubber, creating a tight fit that ends up saving the homeowner money in heating costs. The damper teams up with a chimney cap and uses 5/8-inch mesh as in made of stainless steel and cast-aluminum construction. It comes fully assembled and includes sweep's ring, silicone sealant 30-inch stainless steel cable and the needed hardware. The Lock-Top II measures 13 inches wide by 13 inches long by 11 3/8 inches high. It comes with a manufacturer's lifetime warranty.

Please Note: Do not use dampers with gas logs. Failure to open could cause carbon monoxide to back up into your home. In case of a gas leak, gases could become trapped in the flue, resulting in an explosion

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Chris from Denver, CO asked:
What is the difference between part # 09507 and part # 09520?
What is the difference between part # 09507 and part # 09520?
The difference is the mesh opening sizes. The 09520 has 5/8" openings and the 09507 has 3/4" openings. Typically the 5/8" opening size is called a California mesh and is required where wild fires are possible.
Answered by: Cody S. on Oct 09, 2023

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