from Novato, CA asked:
November 26, 2017
Does this item contain everything in the picture?
We are looking for a couple of feet of 3" flex pipe.
Also, during our installation of Dura-Vent system on our basic masonry fireplace I accidentally screwed the rigid pipe sections together, if I punctured through the 2nd wall are they unusable?
The part number 3PVP-60F looks like everything we need, all the parts in the picture included?
Thank you for this customer service it is very useful.
You can only screw into the outer wall of any of this venting, and should not puncture the inner wall.
The image referenced only includes the 5' flex piece, Part A shown in photo.
on November 27, 2017
from San Jose, CA asked:
October 7, 2014
Can this pipe be used to go through a cement wall?
As long as the wall is completely noncombustible, with no hidden framing members, this section could indeed be passed through without a problem.
on October 7, 2014
from Philly, PA asked:
November 23, 2013
Are other lengths of the 3' flex available?
Currently, this manufacturer only offers the 3 inch twist lock flex in the 60 inch sections you are viewing.
Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
on November 25, 2013
Hi, can I use this type of flex vent for thru the wall venting? I have a wall thimble and a free standing pellet stove.
While this flex pipe is ideal for making an offset, it cannot be passed through a wall. The pipe is not insulated like the rigid pipe is and will allow to much heat to radiate in the combustible framing members. You will only be able to use rigid pipe for your application.
on October 17, 2011