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Imperial 6 Inch Adjustable Stove Pipe Slip Joint

Imperial 6 Inch Adjustable Stove Pipe Slip Joint

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Imperial
Imperial Part Numbers: BM0042
Item Number: FSD-BM0042

Features

  • Adjustable Stove Pipe Slip Joint
  • Adjusts from 3" to 9"
  • 24 gauge steel
  • 18" clearance to combustibles
  • Deduct 1-1/2" for installed length
  • Available in sizes 6" and 8"
  • Warranty: 1 year manufacturers warranty
Imperial furnace pipes and accessories are known for durability and quality of construction. This 6" Adjustable Stove Pipe Slip continues Imperial's reputation for fine furnace pipe accessories. This Slip is constructed from 24-gauge steel--it's built to last. Be sure to maintain an 18" gap from all combustibles when installing this Stove Pipe Slip. You can use this Slip for any heating, air conditioning, or venting applications where rigid pipe is required. A 1 year manufacturer's warranty is included with this item.

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Chris B. from Wellfleet, MA asked:
Does this pipe work well to allow for disconnection for cleanlng in a straight down the chimney into the stove installation?
Does this pipe work well to allow for disconnection for cleanlng in a straight down the chimney into the stove installation?
This product is indeed ideal for removal in order to clean your stove pipe.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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John from Adamstown, PA asked:
Can this slip joint be used with hardware store generic pipe?
Can this slip joint be used with hardware store generic pipe?
Yes, this slip joint can be utilized in any 24-gauge, single-wall stove pipe with a 6" inner diameter. The overall length is 11" and it can be used to add up to 9.5" of additional length to your stovepipe installation. A minimum of 1.5" of the joint must overlap the pipe to which it is connected.
Answered by: Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist

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Kev from CT asked:
When you say 6" is that the pipe diameter or its length or both?
When you say 6" is that the pipe diameter or its length or both?
The 6" description refers to the diameter of the slip connector. The overall length is 11" and it can be used to add up to 9.5" of additional length to your stovepipe installation. A minimum of 1.5" of the connector must overlap the pipe it is connected to.
Answered by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Imperial 6 Inch Adjustable Stove Pipe Slip Joint
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By Jeff
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Too tight

Once this is slid into a pipe far enough to insert between stove and ceiling, it is very difficult to then extend it to the proper length. Doesn't have enough of a lip to tap on with a hammer, screwdriver, or a 2x4. There are probably some manufacturers of 6" stove pipe that have a slightly bigger ID for this to slide into. The better solutions are the 2 piece telescoping pipes, as they are designed/mated with each other to allow easier sliding.
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By Ted
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Straight flue installations require this

Boy I wish I'd gotten this earlier. I've got a straight run from the stove through the ceiling and I about killed myself trying to vent the stove until I got this! It's essential in a straight vent pipe situation.

Pros

Cheap and easy to use.

Cons

None
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By Gene S.

6" Slip Pipe Worked Great

The long end of this slip pipe is made with a slightly smaller diameter just under 6". With a little thumb pressure it will fit into a standard single wall black stove pipe and freely slide so that you can make the perfect fit at the ceiling every time with no cutting of stove pipe.

Pros

reasonable price

Cons

probably not explained well in the add as to how the one end is made slightly smaller to fit inside a normal 6" pipe, and also that a little thumb pressure is needed at first to slide it in.
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