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Empire DVVK-4TP Horizontal Top Vent Kit - For Tahoe Fireplaces - DVVK-4TP

Empire DVVK-4TP Horizontal Top Vent Kit - For Tahoe Fireplaces - DVVK-4TP

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Empire
Empire Part Numbers: DVVK4TP
Item Number: CUI-DVVK4TP
UPC: 720968989482

Features

  • Horizontal top vent kit for standard through-wall applications
  • For use with 8" to 11" wall thicknesses
  • one (1) 9" galvanized pipe
  • one (1) 8" galvanized pipe extension
  • one (1) hi-wind horizontal cap
  • one (1) 90º elbow
  • one (1) wall thimble
  • Compatible with all Tahoe Deluxe, 36" Tahoe Premium, and 36" Tahoe Luxury fireplaces
If you are ready to vent your Tahoe gas fireplace, this kit gives you everything you need to do the job right. The horizontal top-vent kit is designed to be used as a through-wall installation with walls from 8 inches to 11 inches thick. The 9-inch pipe and 8-inch pipe extension are constructed of galvanized steel for durability. The kit also comes with a 90-degree elbow and a wall thimble as well as a high-wind horizontal cap.

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Thomas E. from Pearl River N.Y. 10965 asked:
Where are the fireplaces manufactured?
Where are the fireplaces manufactured?
We carry dozens of fireplaces from several different manufacturers. Most units are either manufactured in the US or Canada.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Thomas E. from Pearl River N.Y. 10965 asked:
How many bends are you allowed on gas vent pipe?
How many bends are you allowed on gas vent pipe?
The number of elbows/offsets that are permitted is dependent upon the requirements of the appliance you are venting. Within the installation instructions of your appliance, you will see what you can and cannot do with regard to offsets. 
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William from Scott Depot, WV asked:
Can I cut and trim the horizontal section of the flue pipe to fit my installation and then connect it to the high wind vent?
Can I cut and trim the horizontal section of the flue pipe to fit my installation and then connect it to the high wind vent?
The pipe extension that is included with this kit can indeed be cut to the proper length for the horizontal run, before being connected to the termination.
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