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    Selkirk Flexi-Liner 35-ft. Aluminum Gas Relining Kit - 4 inch Diameter

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    • Flexi-Liner Aluminum Gas Relining Kit for 4-in. pipe
    • 2-Ply 3003-alloy construction
    • Unique, patented, gas-tight seam and flexible to make installation easy
    • Each kit contains a Flexi-Liner length, round top, flashing with 3" collar, mortar ground, fasteners, and instructions
    • 5.5" Kit also includes a 5.5" to 6" single wall vent connector
    • Features a "smart choice" manufacturers lifetime warranty
    • UL Listed to 1777 Standard for gas-fired appliances with an AFUE of 83% or less
    • Approximately 35' long
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    Manufacturer: Flexi-Liner
    Part Number: 1740035
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-77117

    Features

    • Flexi-Liner Aluminum Gas Relining Kit for 4-in. pipe
    • 2-Ply 3003-alloy construction
    • Unique, patented, gas-tight seam and flexible to make installation easy
    • Each kit contains a Flexi-Liner length, round top, flashing with 3" collar, mortar ground, fasteners, and instructions
    • 5.5" Kit also includes a 5.5" to 6" single wall vent connector
    • Features a "smart choice" manufacturers lifetime warranty
    • UL Listed to 1777 Standard for gas-fired appliances with an AFUE of 83% or less
    • Approximately 35' long


    *Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 4 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.

    This Flexi-Liner 35 ft. aluminum relining kit by Selkirk is for use with 4 in. chimney liner pipe for gas applications. Made by Selkirk, these relining kits feature a unique, patented, gas tight seam and are flexible to make installation easy, and are intended for use with Type B gas fire heating appliances with an AFUE of 83 percent or less. Flex-Liner relining kits are made of 2 ply 3003 alloy construction, and each kit contains a Flexi-Liner length, a round top, flashing with a 3 in. collar, mortar ground, fasteners, and instructions.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    2 Questions & 2 Answers
    Richard
    from Bucyrus, Ohio asked:
    September 23, 2013
    I have a masonry chimney with no liner. Moisture ruins the ceilings upstairs. I only have gas appliances, 70000 BTU 80% furnace and hot water heater using the chimney. Do you have a kit that will allow both appliances to hook up properly to the chimney? The furnace goes in then up 18". The 3" hot water heater goes in, and the furnace is a 4" diameter pipe.
    1 Answers
    In order to properly vent both appliances, a combination of components will be needed. The main liner should be a 5 inch diameter, in order to accommodate the inflow of gases coming from both appliances. The liner could be run down the length of the chimney to the point where the water heater exhausts. A tee with a 3 inch takeoff can be used there. Either rigid or flexible 4 inch can be run from the furnace, up to the bottom of the tee. A 4 to 5 adapter will be needed at the bottom of the tee to tie the system together.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on September 24, 2013

    John
    from Eagle Nebraska asked:
    January 12, 2013
    I have a 9 inch metalbestos chimney, I want to put a flex liner in it to convert to a B vent stove can this be done? What options do I have to use this chiney with a gas fireplace or stove.
    1 Answers
    A chimney liner or smaller vent pipe can indeed be routed through the existing 9 inch chimney. However, it is likely that a custom trim ring will need to be made to conceal the space between the smaller and larger diameter pipes. Of course, this will only be important if the end of the chimney will be exposed. The piping can be supported at the top of the chimney in various ways, including use of metal strapping or brackets. This will allow you to keep the factory cap in place.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 14, 2013

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