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    HomeSaver Single-Wall Stovepipe Shield

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    List Price: $59.99
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    • Reduces single-wall stovepipe clearance to 6"
    • Attaches directly to pipe
    • Includes required ceramic spacers and screws
    • Black finish matches stovepipe
    • 24-gauge steel construction
    • 35" long
    • Fits pipes with 5" to 8" diameters
    • *Recommended for vertical installations only
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    Product Details
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    Manufacturer: HomeSaver
    Part Number: 54120
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-54120

    Features

    • Reduces single-wall stovepipe clearance to 6"
    • Attaches directly to pipe
    • Includes required ceramic spacers and screws
    • Black finish matches stovepipe
    • 24-gauge steel construction
    • 35" long
    • Fits pipes with 5" to 8" diameters
    • *Recommended for vertical installations only


    *Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 8 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.

    When installing a stove to heat your home, sometimes safety regulations restrict your options for stove placement. By installing this stovepipe shield, the required clearance to combustibles for a single-wall stove pipe is reduced to 6 inches, so you have more options in where you can safely install your stove. This shield attaches securely to the stove pipe and comes with the necessary ceramic spacers and screws for proper installation. A black finish matches most stove exteriors and stove pipe and has a more refined look than the typical metal finish. This stovepipe shield is also adjustable to fit pipes from 5 to 8 inches in diameter. Choose this stovepipe shield for safety and flexibility in stove installation.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    7 Questions & 7 Answers
    Tami
    from Athens, GA asked:
    April 19, 2018
    Can this shield be used on double wall pipe? My stove is installed with the minimum clearance but I'd like to reduce the heat even a little bit further from that point of the wall.
    1 Answer
    I'm certain it could be used in this fashion, but as you may know, this would not be necessary and the product has not been tested in this fashion. I would like to note that you may be doing more harm than good as this may render the warranty with your double wall stovepipe void. If the minimum clearances are already met with the current double wall stovepipe, there should be no risk of damaging the adjacent combustible surface you are wanting to protect.
    Will M.
    on April 19, 2018

    Pete
    from East Brookfield, MA asked:
    May 16, 2016
    How far above the stove surface does the pipe shield have to be installed? I know that the vertical length of the pipe shield must be a minimum of 35" but I don't know the height above the stove.
    1 Answer
    The 35" requirement is simply due to the shield being 35" long. The stovepipe shield is used wherever the reduction is needed along the vertical run to the ceiling support box or finishing collar to reduce clearances and there is no minimum required height above the stove that is needed.
    Will M.
    on May 17, 2016

    Zack
    from OH asked:
    January 12, 2016
    Is this HomeSaver single-wall stovepipe shield U.L. approved?
    1 Answer
    Single wall stovepipe carries no UL listing and installing this shield would simply be an NFPA 211 accepted method of clearance reduction for single wall stovepipe. There are too many variables for a part like this to carry any type of UL listing, which differs from the UL listings commonly found with double wall stovepipe and class A chimney in a wood stove installation. This part would comply specifically with NFPA 211 Section 9.5 Table 9.5.1.2.
    Will M.
    on January 13, 2016

    Zack
    from OH asked:
    January 12, 2016
    What is the spacing of this HomeSaver single-wall stovepipe shield?
    1 Answer
    The shield has 1" spacers.
    Will M.
    on January 13, 2016

    Mike
    from Durham, CT asked:
    November 3, 2015
    I have not yet mounted this HomeSaver single-wall stovepipe heat shield on the stovepipe. How far down from the double wall pass through at the ceiling should it be?
    1 Answer
    The shield itself could be installed so that the leading edge is resting against your ceiling support box currently in place.
    Chris C.
    on November 3, 2015

    Lynn
    from Jim Thorpe, PA asked:
    November 30, 2014
    I just bought a wood burning stove but the heat shield is to long. Can this be trimmed down?
    1 Answer
    This shield can indeed be cut very carefully with a pair of tin snips. New holes will need to be drilled for attachment of the spacers.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 30, 2014

    Michael
    from Indianapolis, IN asked:
    April 2, 2013
    Can I install a heat shield horizontally?
    1 Answer
    This stovepipe heat shield is only suitable for vertical installations. Using it in a horizontal application will trap the heat between the outer wall of the stovepipe and the heat shield, thus making the ceiling hotter.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on April 2, 2013

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    By Tim from lander, wy on March 4, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Stove pipe shield
    I had none of the paint issues the other reviewer suffered. The paint was fine. The shield mounted easily and allowed the closer clearances I was shooting for. It probably doesn't add anything aesthetically, but it's a perfectly functional product that worked well for me.
    By Mark from on January 13, 2011
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    Quality construction and materials, very bad quality paint job. This is the second time I've ordered this product and both times the heat shield had a very poor paint job (a lot of drips and running pant, pooling at the bottom and top edges). I needed to repaint anyway since I wanted it flat black, but in order to take care of the drips and runs from the original bad paint job. I guess HomeSaver figures the product won't be seen since it's used to reduce clearances, but it's a bad mark on quality for their company. If you order this product and care what the finish looks like be prepared to do fix the paint job with some sanding and new pant.
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