What kind of pipe do you use for a wood stove?

Class A chimney pipe is used for wood-burning fireplaces and stoves. It is also used when transitioning stove pipe through a wall or ceiling. It is often referred to as double-wall, triple-wall, all-fuel or insulated chimney pipe.

Is single wall stove pipe safe?

Can I go through my wall with single wall or double wall black stove pipe? No, you must use factory built class A chimney pipe such as DuraTech or DuraPlus once you transition through a wall or ceiling.

How high does a wood stove pipe need to be?

A chimney must extend at least 3 feet above a flat roof and at least 2 feet above a roof ridge or any raised part of a roof within 10 feet. Sometimes getting enough vertical clearance to prevent eddy currents from affecting chimney draft is impossible. This may be because of unusual heights of nearby trees.

Can you use double wall pipe for a wood-burning stove?

Double wall stove pipe is long lasting stove pipe that provides 1/4″ airspace between inner and outer walls for superior insulation. Hotter flue temperature can be achieved with double wall stove pipe which helps minimized creosote build up in pipe as well as better wood stove efficiency.

Do you need double wall pipe for wood stove?

The reason why you must use double-wall pipe for a clearance of 18″ or under is because it is air insulated. The outside of the double-wall pipe does not radiate heat like single-wall does. The air insulation also allows your wood stove to perform better.

How long does black stove pipe last?

A single wall stove pipe will need to be replaced every two or three years if a wood burning appliance is used every day.

What is advantage of double wall stove pipe?

The benefit of having double-wall pipe is that it will last longer and your draft will improve. It is always recommended that you use double-wall pipe in a mobile home. The reason why you must use double-wall pipe for a clearance of 18″ or under is because it is air insulated.

Can I use double wall stove pipe outside?

What is triple-wall stove pipe used for?

Class A chimney pipe has many names, often referred to as double-wall chimney pipe, triple-wall chimney pipe, all-fuel pipe, or insulated chimney pipe. Class A pipe is used to vent high-temperature exhaust released from wood, coal, and oil-burning appliances such as fireplaces, stoves, boilers, and furnaces.

What is the 3-2-10 rule?

This rule means that your chimney’s shortest side needs to be at least 3 feet above the roof penetration, and its top has to be 2 feet higher than any part of the building that’s within 10 feet.

What is the 2 10 rule?

A chimney must project at least 3 feet above the roof on its shortest side and also be at least 2 feet above any roof structure that is within a 10 foot radius of the chimney. That’s it. Following this simple rule helps to ensure other structures on the roof do not interfere with the exhaustion of combustion gases.