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    Three Most Common Stove Pipe For Wood Stove Installation


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    Joe talks about the three most common types of stove pipe.

    Snap-Lock Stove Pipe - The most inexpensive of the three. Snaps together to lock in place for a tight hold. Constructed of 24 gauge steel and requires an 18" clearance to combustibles. Good quality basic stove pipe.
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    DuraBlack Single Wall Stove Pipe - The most common stove pipe we offer. High quality and easy to use. Features die-formed fittings and strong spot welded seams. Constructed of 24 gauge steel and lock seamed with a painted black finish. DuraBlack is a great choice for economical, drip free, single wall stove pipe.
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    DVL Double Wall Stove Pipe - the DVL's double air insulated design reduces clearances to combustibles from 18" to 6" to walls, and 8" to ceiling. The inner wall of DVL is designed to heat up fast and stay hot longer to minimize the formation of creosote. Requires a 6" clearance to walls and an 8" clearance to ceilings, including cathedral ceilings.
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    If you have questions please feel free to contact one of our chimney pipe experts at 1-866-667-8454, and they will be happy to assist you.