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DuraVent DuraTech Extended Wall Support - For 6 and 8-Inch Inner Diameter DuraTech

DuraVent DuraTech Extended Wall Support - For 6 and 8-Inch Inner Diameter DuraTech

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Product Details

Manufacturer: DuraVent
DuraVent Part Numbers: 6DT-XWS
Item Number: DRV-6DT-XWS
UPC: 662492367131

Features

  • Size: 6 Inch(6DT-XWS-SS, 6DT-XWS)
  • 2" clearance to combustibles
  • No locking bands or mechanical fasteners required
  • Extended wall support for pipes with 6" and 8" diameter
  • Outer wall options of .016" 430 stainless steel or .021" galvalume steel
  • Inner wall is 25% thicker than competitive chimneys for an extra margin of safety
  • Designed for normal, continuous operation at 1000 degree Fahrenheit flue gas temperatures
  • For use with wood stoves, fireplaces, furnaces, boilers, ranges, water heaters, or other appliances fueled by wood, oil, coal, or gas
Has your piping infrastructure just not been feeling... supported enough? Do you want to be sure that your home is safe from all possible harm? Well, you have come to the right place! This Extended Wall Support from DuraVent's DuraTech line of products will ensure that your piping is safe from any detachment or failures. Better safe than sorry, right? And with thick construction that will make sure that your piping is good for years to come, what else could you need?

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David from Vermont asked:
Do you need to use the stainless steel bracket if your chimney is stainless steel? Or can you use the galvanized bracket?
Do you need to use the stainless steel bracket if your chimney is stainless steel? Or can you use the galvanized bracket?
Either bracket can be used, though we recommend the stainless steel one if it will be exposed to the elements.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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