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    Snap-Lock Black Steel Stovepipe 8-Inch Male to 6-Inch Female Reducer

    List Price: $29.99
    Sale Price: $21.95
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    • Reduces the diameter of Snap-Lock Stovepipe from 8" to 6"
    • 24-gauge steel construction
    • Sleek black finish
    • 18" clearance to combustibles
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    Manufacturer: Snap-Lock
    Part Number: BMOO62
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-73460
    UPC: 00063467230137


    • Reduces the diameter of Snap-Lock Stovepipe from 8" to 6"
    • 24-gauge steel construction
    • Sleek black finish
    • 18" clearance to combustibles

    *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.

    Installing a vent is different for each fireplace, but with this Snap-Lock stovepipe, you can create an effective way to reduce the diameter of your stovepipe from 8 inches to 6 inches. This venting accessory allows you to quickly and efficiently reduce your stovepipe's diameter in order to get the necessary connection to your stove or chimney. The reducer comes in an attractive black finish, and it needs just an 18 inch clearance from combustibles in order to get maximum safety.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    2 Questions & 2 Answers
    from VT asked:
    October 26, 2015
    I have an 8 inch liner in my chimney and I would like to hook it up to a wood stove that has a 6 inch exhaust. Is it safe to use this Snap-Lock black steel stovepipe 8 inch male to 6 inch female reducer? Is it OK for a wood stove that has a 6 inch exhaust to connect to an 8 inch chimney?
    1 Answer
    It is never a good idea to vent into a larger diameter chimney for an appliance that is designed to use a 6" chimney. This will slow the velocity of flue gases as they exit the chimney system to establish draft, resulting in the buildup of creosote and performance issues with the appliance. This is especially the case with modern high efficiency stoves that are particularly sensitive to draft issues. In addition, you would need to use an Increaser to maintain the "male end down" connection to the stove.
    Will M.
    on October 27, 2015

    from Standish, ME asked:
    March 15, 2014
    The flue collar on the woodstove of a home I purchased is 8" ID, 85/8" OD. It has an 8"X6" smokepipe reducer with the 8" crimped end going into the flue collar which seems to me would allow flue gases to leak out. To contain the flue gases the reducer should fit over the OD of the collar but standard smokepipe sizes won't work. What do you suggest ?
    1 Answer
    It is actually standard practice to have the crimped male end of the stove adapter push into the inner diameter of the stove outlet. Older adapters did indeed fit over the outer lip of the collar, but leakage of creosote onto the top of the stove constituted a change in design. A stove that drafts properly will not leak smoke, as draft will follow the path of least resistance and a properly fitting collar will leave little room for escape of smoke. If the adapter does not fit tightly or smoke leakage is occurring, the adapter can be sealed with a rope gasket or furnace cement.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on March 17, 2014

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    100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
    By Paul from Atascadero, California on November 8, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Stovepipe Reducer
    It's a perfect fit. The price was good. I would buy from this company anytime. Thanks

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