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Selkirk Ultra-Temp 2/12 to 6/12 Pitch Chimney Pipe Roof Flashing - For 8-Inch Inner Diameter Ultra-Temp

Selkirk Ultra-Temp 2/12 to 6/12 Pitch Chimney Pipe Roof Flashing - For 8-Inch Inner Diameter Ultra-Temp

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Product Details

Manufacturer: MetalBest
MetalBest Part Numbers: 208825
Item Number: CPF-77968
UPC: 053713132018

Features

  • Designed for use with 8-inch inner diameter (10-inch outer diameter) chimney pipe
  • Provides a easy transition for chimneys that pass through a sloped roof
  • Adjusts to accommodate roof pitches from 2/12 to 6/12
  • Roof flashing requires a storm collar (sold separately) for proper installation
This chimney pipe flashing is designed for when your chimney needs to extend through a pitched roof. When you need flashing for an eight inch diameter chimney roof pipe, this flashing will adjust for a pitch of anywhere from 2/12 pitch to 6/12 pitch. This flashing will hold your chimney firmly in place while preventing rain and moisture from descending down through the chimney opening. A separately purchased collar must be installed to make your installation complete.

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Mike from Wenatchee asked:
What is the width of this flashing?
What is the width of this flashing?
The base of this flashing measures 33" wide (when facing up the slope of the roof) and 30" deep (front to back from that perspective). The opening of the flashing measures 19 7/8" in diameter at the base and 10 1/8" in diameter at the top.
Answered by: Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist

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Bill M. from McCleary, WA asked:
Does this flashing fit around 8" inside diameter/10" outside diameter Class A pipe?
Does this flashing fit around 8" inside diameter/10" outside diameter Class A pipe?
That is correct. A storm collar that is listed for 8 inch Class A pipe will also need to be used to complete the installation.
Answered by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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