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    8 Inch Diameter Chimney Venting Pipe for IHP/Superior Woodburning Fireplaces - 12 Inch Length - 12-8DM

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    Manufacturer: Superior
    Part Number: 12-8DM
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: FSD-12-8DM
    UPC: 043593041142


    • 8 Inch Chimney Pipe
    • Galvanized steel outer shell
    • Stainless steel inner shell
    • 8" pipe = 12-3/8" outside diameter
    • 2" clearance to combustibles is required, unless noted differently
    • Available in a variety of sizes

    *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.

    IHP/Superior Wood Fireplace 8 Inch x 12 Inch Chimney Pipe. Only IHP/Superior Chimney Wood Fireplace Chimney Liners and Chimney Liner Accessories are approved for use with IHP/Superior Wood Fireplaces. They are UL approved and are not for use with any product other than IHP/Superior Wood Burning Fireplaces.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    6 Questions & 6 Answers
    from Houston, TX asked:
    September 27, 2017
    I am connecting 8" vent ducting to my Superior WRT2036WS insert. Does this part allow me to make that connection?
    1 Answers
    Yes, 8DM pipe from Superior is the correct item for the WRT2036.
    on September 27, 2017

    from Lenox, MI asked:
    February 9, 2016
    Is this FMI/Superior chimney pipe a snap together pipe or do you have to screw it together?
    1 Answers
    These chimney sections attach with lances and hems. When connecting the chimney directly to the fireplace, the inner flue pipe section must be installed first with the lanced side up. The outer pipe section can then be installed over the inner flue pipe section with the hemmed end up. While not necessary to add screws, I recommend using 3 screws around the outer section at each chimney connection for added security.
    Will M.
    on February 9, 2016

    from Park City, UT asked:
    August 30, 2014
    I was wondering if this model pipe comes in a shorter size than 12". I'm looking for a matching section of pipe after deciding to lower my current fireplace. The inner diameter is 8" and the outside 12 3/8". What would you suggest?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, this series of piping is only available in a 12 inch section at the shortest and the manufacturer does not produce an adjustable section. Because this scenario is not terribly common, the manufacturer simply does not produce a product to help accommodate it. I'm afraid the entire chimney system would have to be raised to make room for the larger chimney section, as the only other way to get around the problem would be to cut and crimp the 12 inch length. However, most code agencies will not approve of this modification.
    on September 2, 2014

    from OH asked:
    March 13, 2014
    Which end is the hemmed end of the venting pipe?
    1 Answers
    For the FMI 8DM and 8HT piping, the small lances on the inner 8 inch pipe will be facing upward at each connection, while the small lances on the outer 12 1/2 inch pipe will be facing downward at each connection. As such, this will put the hemmed end on the inner pipe facing downward and the hemmed end on the outer pipe facing upward.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on March 14, 2014

    from Louisville, KY asked:
    October 25, 2012
    I have a fireplace with cracked terracotta flue piping. What can I do to repair it? Can a liner be installed?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, it is virtually impossible to repair a cracked terracotta tile. The best solution would be to install a flexible liner that is sized properly to the opening of the fireplace. Some fireplaces have a large enough flue that the liner can be installed with the flue tiles in place. However, many retrofits will require that you use a tile breaker to remove the clay chimney tiles to free up space for a larger metal liner.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on October 26, 2012

    from Carthage, TN asked:
    September 26, 2012
    I have three pipes together, but the last outer pipe will not fit over the third section. I used thin metal wedges on the sides to guide it on, but it seems to be smaller than needed. What should I do?
    1 Answers
    It is fairly common for these piping sections to get out of round on one end. This can occur during shipping or storage, if the piping was stacked. I would recommend measuring the ends of both of these pipes to make sure the measurements are the same all the way around. If the piping has gotten out of round, it can usually be squeezed on the wider end fairly easily and made round again. If the piping does appear to be perfectly round, there may be another issue.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on September 26, 2012

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    By Jim from Fort Mohave on April 8, 2016
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