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Dura-Vent PelletVent Pro 3-Inch Inner Diameter Stainless Steel Vent Pipe with Black Outer Wall - 12-Inch Length

Dura-Vent PelletVent Pro 3-Inch Inner Diameter Stainless Steel Vent Pipe with Black Outer Wall - 12-Inch Length

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Product Details

Manufacturer: DuraVent
DuraVent Part Numbers: 3PVP-12B
Item Number: CPF-3PVP-12B
UPC: 693892307090

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Features

  • 12 Inch length
  • Efficiently vents pellet and corn-fueled stoves and inserts
  • .012" stainless steel inner wall and .018" galvalume outer wall
  • Air-insulated, double-wall construction
  • Laser-welded seams
  • Secure twist-lock connections
  • 1" clearance to combustibles
  • 3" inner diameter with a 3 5/8" outer diameter
  • Sleek black finish
  • UL Listed
  • Limited lifetime warranty
When you installing a vent for a a pellet burning stove you may need to use this elbow. The elbow has a black outer wall. The vent elbow is a three inch diameter. The vent is designed especially to be used with wood pellet burning stove and corn burning stove. The elbow will help get the venting to go around corners and obstacles. The elbow at its base can be swivels 360 degrees. The outer wall in made out of .018 inch galvalume. The inner wall is made out of .012 inch stainless steel. The double wall construction is air insulated.

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Norm from Cameron Park, California asked:
I have a pellet stove insert.  Is the pipe flexible to allow for the bend at the damper of the chimney?  If not, is there an adapter of sort to work around?  I have corrugated piping now, which I want to eliminate.  The ridges seem to restrict the exhaust
I have a pellet stove insert. Is the pipe flexible to allow for the bend at the damper of the chimney? If not, is there an adapter of sort to work around? I have corrugated piping now, which I want to eliminate. The ridges seem to restrict the exhaust
Unfortunately, this is not flexible, and the only flexible liner we have for pellet inserts is going to be corrugated.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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