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Dura-Black 6-Inch Diameter Welded Steel Stovepipe - 48-Inch Length

Dura-Black 6-Inch Diameter Welded Steel Stovepipe - 48-Inch Length

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Product Details

Manufacturer: DuraVent
DuraVent Part Numbers: 6DBK-48
Item Number: CPF-6DBK-48
UPC: 693892295649

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Features

  • 48 Inch length
  • Connects wood burning stoves to manufactured chimneys
  • Durable 24-gauge steel construction
  • Spot-welded seams
  • 6" diameter
  • 18" clearance to combustibles
  • Sleek black finish
  • Easily connects to other Dura-Black components
  • 5-year warranty
This stove pipe from Dura-Black creates a secure and durable connection between wood burning stoves and chimneys. The heavy steel construction and welded seams make this a strong connection for any ventillation system, and the 6 inch diameter makes it an easy to use product with most Dura-Black products. The sleek black color matches with most vent installations to avoid creating a clashing atmosphere.

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Kenneth L. from Scobey, Mt. asked:
Can this stovepipe be cut and attached to 90-degree elbows?
Can this stovepipe be cut and attached to 90-degree elbows?
No, this pipe should not be cut.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Dave from Palmyra, NY asked:
Can this DVL pipe be used as a stand alone piping for outside without having to be encased in a chimney? Can it be used for a wood burning evaporator?
Can this DVL pipe be used as a stand alone piping for outside without having to be encased in a chimney? Can it be used for a wood burning evaporator?

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James from NE asked:
Is this painted black?
Is this painted black?
Yes, it is painted black.
Answered by: Owen

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David from Aromas, CA asked:
Can this Dura-Black 6 inch diameter welded steel stovepipe be stacked on top of one another all the way up a chimney?
Can this Dura-Black 6 inch diameter welded steel stovepipe be stacked on top of one another all the way up a chimney?
This product can indeed be used as a low cost liner option for venting a wood stove up an existing masonry chimney in good condition. The chimney should be capped to prevent excessive moisture exposure to the pipe.
Answered by: eFireplaceStore

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I expected a regular piece of pipe with crimped ends and thin walls with a welded seam but this piece had no crimps, fit perfectly into the stove flange itself and the other end wasthe perfect size to accept the uncrimped end of a normal two foot piece which extended just enough through sheetrock ceiling and into the triple wall that went through the roof. There was not even any cutting required anywhere.
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