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    Pellet Stove Pipe & Venting

    For stoves that use pellet fuel or corn pellets, pellet stove pipe is exactly what you need. Pellet venting is specifically designed to remove the exhaust gases and fine ash that pellet fuel creates when burnt, even though it is often not visible. Choose the pipe to fit your corn or pellet stove from our extensive selection to make sure that your stove works cleanly and efficiently for years to come.

    Pellet vent pipes are designed for stoves that use pellet fuel or corn pellets! They remove exhaust gases & fine ash that pellet fuel creates.

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    Christina
    from Stoddard, NH asked:
    January 3, 2013
    What is the procedure for installing pellet vent piping?
    1 Answer
    Because pellet stoves operate using a combustion fan system, their venting systems share many similarities to direct vent gas appliances. Like direct vent fireplaces, pellet venting can be routed horizontally to an outside wall and terminated or it can be routed vertically for a short run before terminating. It is recommended to employ a short vertical run externally before terminating, as this will prevent the appliance from leaking smoke into the room if a power outage is experienced. Having the short vertical run allows negative pressure to pull residual smoke from the appliance after shutdown. For cleaning purposes, it is recommended to keep the vent run free of any unneccessary bends or turns. This will allow you to complete the cleaning procedure more effectively and prevent the build up of ash in the vent system. Of course, each pellet stove manufacturer will differ and it is important to employ an installation that will meet their standards. Local codes should also be consulted. With this information in hand, our NFI trained technicians will be happy to put a materials quote together for you, via our vent quote form.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on January 3, 2013

    Ernie
    November 9, 2012
    How far from a window must the pellet vent pipe be from windows?
    1 Answer
    Per national code, the termination for a conventional pellet vent appliance cannot be closer than 4 feet to a door or window. Please be sure to check with your local code office, as they may have a different requirement. Local jurisdiction has final authority.
    on November 9, 2012



    eFireplaceStore.com has pellet stove pipe kits and other pellet stove venting parts to get you up and running, and we carry various pieces to service multiple brands. The type of fuel your stove uses to operate will also determine which additional parts you will need to help it continue to run well. A pellet stove uses small pellets of wood or other natural materials. As pellet fuel burns, it creates a buildup of fine ash and exhaust gas. Since ash and gases are often not visible, it is important to have the right pellet exhaust pipe designed specifically for your stove model. eFireplaceStore.com has an extensive selection of vent pipes for your corn or pellet stove. You can look through our wide assortment of venting accessories to include pellet stove piping storm collars, appliance adaptors, rain caps, wall straps, and much more. If the task seems too daunting, don't get overwhelmed. We have installation guides for your reference to help you put it together as well as specialists on hand to advise. Remember that safety is key, so a pellet stove and wood fireplace should be installed by building professionals. If you opt for an electric model, it will be simpler to install. Regardless of which type of stove you go with, eFireplaceStore.com has everything you need.
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