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    48 Inch High-Temperature Double-Wall Wood-Burning Chimney Pipe Length - For IHP/Superior 8DM Chimney Systems

    List Price: $129.99
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    • Provides effective venting for Superior or Superior wood-burning appliances
    • Durable 28 gauge galvanized steel outer wall and 28 gauge stainless steel inner wall
    • 48" length
    • 8" inner diameter with a 12 3/8" outer diameter
    • Can withstand up to 2,100º
    • UL127 Listed
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    Manufacturer: Superior
    Part Number: 48-8HT
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CUI-48-8HT
    UPC: 043593041241


    • Provides effective venting for Superior or Superior wood-burning appliances
    • Durable 28 gauge galvanized steel outer wall and 28 gauge stainless steel inner wall
    • 48" length
    • 8" inner diameter with a 12 3/8" outer diameter
    • Can withstand up to 2,100º
    • UL127 Listed

    *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.

    * Please Note: This FMI/Superior High Temperature (HT) item should only be combined with other FMI/Superior HT components. If you need help with getting the correct chimney components, please contact us and our fireplace specialist will be happy to help.

    The most difficult thing to deal with when adding a fireplace to your home is installing the vent system correctly. With this 48 inch pipe length from IHP/Superior, you can get a secure connection that fits perfectly when you are using similar IHP/Superior products, and you can create a leak proof seal that is durable. By using these products, you can minimize the need for clearance space because of the double insulation, and you can create a secure vent system for your fireplace system.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    8 Questions & 8 Answers
    from KC, MO asked:
    April 13, 2016
    What is the required distance to combustibles?
    1 Answers
    This pipe has a 2" required clearance to combustibles.
    Brennan W.
    on April 13, 2016

    from Brooks, GA asked:
    March 20, 2015
    Is this Superior 8DM chimney section rated as a Class A pipe that is suitable for use on a wood stove? I have a Superior fireplace with an 8" chimney that is 19 feet tall and I am converting it to use a wood stove.
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, no. This air cooled chimney system is only rated for use on an open faced wood burning fireplace. Wood burning stoves operate at a higher flue gas temperature and must use solid insulated Class A chimney systems. As such, the air cooled chimney would need to be removed before proceeding further.
    on March 20, 2015

    from Orem, UT asked:
    May 9, 2014
    I am putting a wood burning stove inside a dome tent for a winter elk hunting base camp. The top of the oven is about 4' off the ground and I'm not concerned with the temperature of the pipe coming out of the oven. The peak of the dome is 10'. Is it possible to use stove pipe up to near the stove jack in the tent, switch to Class A double (or triple) pipe to go through the pipe jack, and then switch back to stove pipe to take me 2' above the peak of the dome? I would also put a hat on the pipe to prevent water from going straight down the pipe and rusting out the top of the oven. What is the best configuration for me to be the most economical and yet safe and efficient? I anticipate some two-week-long camps in sub-zero weather which means the stove will be burning continuously for those couple of weeks.
    1 Answers
    It is certainly possible to run stovepipe up to 18 inches to any combustible material, then switch to Class A chimney. We carry a line of chimney manufactured by Simpson Duravent, called Duraplus, which is the most cost effective piping to use. However, it is not designed to switch back to stovepipe after the initial transition point. I recommend staying with the chimney the rest of the way, as it will insulate better, giving better draft and less potential for creosote buildup.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on May 9, 2014

    from Pennsylvania asked:
    January 25, 2014
    Can I use this pipe for a coal burning stoker?
    1 Answers
    No, this pipe is only suitable for use on select manufactured woodburning fireplaces by FMI, Vantage Hearth or DESA. You coal stoker will require the use of solid-pack insulated class A chimney pipe. You can see our full selection here: Class A Chimney Pipe
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on January 27, 2014

    from Holmen, WI asked:
    December 6, 2013
    I want to use this product for a waste oil furnace. It is not a commercial application. I do not believe the flue temps are as high as a fireplace would be but it does have to "draw" a certain amount. Will this work?
    1 Answers
    This pipe is not suitable for use in your application; it is only tested and listed for use on select FMI, Vantage Hearth and DESA woodburning fireplaces. Your furnace needs class A pipe such as DuraTech or MetalBest Ultra-Temp pipe. You can see our full selection of this kind of pipe here: Class A Chimney Pipe Please be sure to select the correct inside diameter that matches the size of the flue collar opening on your furnace.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on December 6, 2013

    from Canada asked:
    April 10, 2013
    Does this chimney pipe meet all the safety standards in Canada, including a ULC rating or CSA rating?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, this piping does not meet the ULC standard for 3, 30 minute chimney test fires. While the product is rated to the 2,100 degree standard, it is only tested to the 10 minute intervals. Currently, FMI does not manufacture an air cooled chimney that meets CSA standards.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on April 11, 2013

    doug stewart
    from Florida asked:
    September 26, 2012
    Is this pipe approved for use in Canada?
    1 Answers
    Yes, this pipe was primarily designed by FMI to be suitable for use in Canada. However, please check with your local building inspector/code to see if the FMI fireplace that you are installing is certified as well.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on September 26, 2012

    andy bowcott
    from ottawa canada asked:
    June 24, 2012
    Is this legal for use in Canada?. The Canadian standard is higher than the US standard. What chimney to you sell that meets the a Canadian requirements?
    1 Answers
    This type "HT" chimney is indeed what is required for use in Canada. The standard FMI chimney is only listed to a continuous temperature of 1,700 degrees, while this high temperature product is held to the 2,100 degree rating that is standard in Canada. Even so, I would check with local code jurisdiction to see if they are looking for a specific standard or rating. I will be happy to verify with the manufacturer for any ratings/standards that your local code office is looking for.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on June 25, 2012

    Customer Reviews
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    100% Recommend this product (2 of 2 responses)
    By LORI from Durango on August 9, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Exactly as described
    Products are all exactly as described and of great quality. This pipe was packaged in such a way to arrive in perfect condition!
    By Ken from Tuscaloosa,Al. on April 3, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
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