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Dura-Vent Type B Gas Vent Zero to 90-Degree Adjustable Vent Pipe Elbow - 5-Inch Diameter - 5GVL90

Dura-Vent Type B Gas Vent Zero to 90-Degree Adjustable Vent Pipe Elbow - 5-Inch Diameter - 5GVL90

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Product Details

Manufacturer: DuraVent
DuraVent Part Numbers: 5GVL90
Item Number: CPF-68522
UPC: 693892308905

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Features

  • Efficiently vents Category I natural gas and propane-fueled appliances
  • Offsets venting obstructions
  • Swivels 360-? at base
  • Adjusts from 0-? to 90-? angle
  • 5" opening
  • Resilient dual-layer construction
  • .012" aluminum inner liner and .018" galvanized steel outer wall
  • Secure twist-lock connections
  • Requires only 1" clearance to combustibles
  • 25-year warranty
  • UL and ULC Listed
  • *Please Note: Separately purchased Wall Straps are required.
Venting your Category I appliances often requires navigating around venting obstacles. When doing so, you'll need a tool compatible with your venting system. This practical elbow can adjust from 0 to 90 degree angles, and has a 5" opening. The elbow is constructed with dual-layers, the inner liner is made of .012" aluminum, and the outer layer is .018" galvanized steel. This product is UL and ULC listed, comes with a 25 year warranty, and requires a 1" clearance to combustibles.

Please Note: Separately purchased Wall Straps are required.

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Larry from Salt Lake City, UT asked:
Is it safe to have a 90 degree angle on a fireplace? What about carbon monoxide, is that an issue?
Is it safe to have a 90 degree angle on a fireplace? What about carbon monoxide, is that an issue?
Most B-vent fireplaces allow for a 90 degree offset to be used. It is fairly standard for the allowable horizontal offset to be 50 percent of the total vertical vent height. If this standard is followed, the fireplace will have a strong enough negative draft that byproducts will not be released into the room. The owner's manual for the fireplace you are interested in should be consulted for exact vent requirements.
Answered by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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