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    Selkirk DSP Double-Wall Black 6-Inch to 8-Inch Stovepipe Diameter Increaser - For Wood Burning Stoves

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    • Increases diameter of DSP Stovepipe from 6" to 8"
    • Inside crimp on 6" male end
    • .015" stainless steel inner liner with 26-gauge steel outer wall
    • 6" clearance from combustibles
    • Scratch-resistant black finish
    • Available in two diameters
    • Lifetime warranty
    • UL Listed
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    Manufacturer: Selkirk
    Part Number: 77370
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-77370

    Features

    • Increases diameter of DSP Stovepipe from 6" to 8"
    • Inside crimp on 6" male end
    • .015" stainless steel inner liner with 26-gauge steel outer wall
    • 6" clearance from combustibles
    • Scratch-resistant black finish
    • Available in two diameters
    • Lifetime warranty
    • UL Listed


    *Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 6 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.

    If you have a stovepipe and need to increase the diameter in order to connect it to stoves and chimneys, Selkirk DSP's double-wall black 6-inch to 8-inch stovepipe diameter increaser is probably what you will need. This allows the diameter to increase from 6 inches to 8 inches. Its black finish is resistant to scratches and will get the job done. The inner liner is made of stainless steel and the outer liner is made of 26-gauge steel. This diameter increaser is intended to be used with wood burning stoves.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    4 Questions & 4 Answers
    Steve
    from NY asked:
    November 2, 2017
    Will a double wall 6 in to 8 in increaser attach to the stove flue?
    1 Answers
    Yes, this is meant for the 6" bottom end to connect to the flue collar of your stove.
    Brennan W.
    on November 2, 2017

    Andre
    from New Jersey asked:
    September 24, 2014
    I currently took down our old fireplace as it was totally broken. The chimney pipe that the fireplace had was an 8" triple wall stainless steel pipe. We now want to buy a wood stove and connect the stove to this existing pipe but the stove is a 6" flue. Can this be done? Do I have to take down the entire existing chimney pipe and run a new one or is there an adapter that will fit from a 6" flue to a 8" triple wall stainless steel pipe?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, the Class A chimney that is used with a wood burning fireplace and the Class A chimney used with a wood stove is very different. Components are generally not interchangeable. As such, you will need to remove the existing chimney system and replace it with a new 6 inch Class A chimney.
    eFireplaceStore
    on September 24, 2014

    Dan
    from Michigan asked:
    August 3, 2012
    Will this still of reducer adapt to snap lock pipe?
    1 Answers
    This particular adapter is intended to adjust the I.D. of Selkirk DSP stovepipe. Given that the DSP line is a double walled product, this adapter cannot be used with snap-lock stovepipe. However, we do carry a couple of single wall adapters that can work with the snap-lock type stovepipe. The 8" to 6" Reducer and 8" to 6" Increaser may suit your needs.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on August 6, 2012

    Gregory Weiser
    October 17, 2011
    I have a Regency stove with 6" outlet. I`m wondering if this 6" to 8" adapter would be okay to use where pipe goes through the ceiling as the Stove came with 8" Triple-wall SS? Also, will the unit draft okay with this 6" to 8" expansion?
    1 Answers
    The general rule for increasing stove-pipe diameter is "yes, if it's old". Older model wood stoves were not manufactured to the strict efficiency standards that new stoves are today. So, older stoves send a lot of heat up through their flue pipe. Because of this inefficiency, older stoves can tolerate an increase in flue diameter. Please keep in mind that it's always a good idea to make this change over as far from the flue outlet as possible. Thereby taking advantage of the narrower flue pipe to establish a strong draft. It's hard to say whether or not this increaser will mate to your triple wall chimney pipe. Since this unit offers a crimp end, you may be able to negotiate it into your existing pipe. It's always hard to mix brands of venting pipe - there are no guarantees.
    Customer Service
    on October 17, 2011

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