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Dura-Vent DirectVent Pro For Vent Pipes with a 4-Inch Inner Diameter Adjustable Pitch Roof Flashing - 7/12 to 12/12

Dura-Vent DirectVent Pro For Vent Pipes with a 4-Inch Inner Diameter Adjustable Pitch Roof Flashing - 7/12 to 12/12

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Product Details

Manufacturer: DuraVent
DuraVent Part Numbers: 46DVA-F12
Item Number: CPF-46DVA-F12
UPC: 693892309223

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Features

  • 7/12 pitch to 12/12 pitch
  • Protects direct vent pipes vented through roof
  • Durable galvalume construction
  • Compatible with DirectVent Pro venting products
  • 6 5/8" pipe opening
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • *Separately purchased Storm Collar required
Roof flashing around your chimney vent protects both the vent pipe and your home from water and is essential to a good top termination. This flashing is made of durable galvalume and is compatible with the DirectVent Pro venting system. It has a 6-5/6" pipe opening and is appropriate for use on 4" DirectVent Pro chimney pipe. The part is adjustable but can be ordered in two different roof pitch ranges. A separately purchased storm collar is required for a complete termination.

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Al K. from New Jersey asked:
Is caulking necessary between this roof flashing and the pipe?
Is caulking necessary between this roof flashing and the pipe?
The flashing will not need to be caulked to the pipe as the pipe expands slightly when heated and will need to be able to move. The caulking around the storm collar will keep the installation watertight.
Answered by: Aaron D. on Feb 20, 2023

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Tad K. from 855 Hann Avenue, Dixon Illinois 61021 asked:
Can I use this for my wood burning stove?
Can I use this for my wood burning stove?
This vent pipe is only suitable for use with certain direct vent gas fireplaces and stoves; it cannot be used to vent a wood stove.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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