Stainless steel flex chimney pipe is the go-to choice for fireplaces and wood stoves. Crafted of the reliable and heat-resistant stainless steel, this pipe offers a flexible design that simplifies installation.
Pipe sizes come in multiple diameters, the more commonly used being four and six inches. Lengths are no exception either, ranging from two to four feet with further customization possible through the use of a hacksaw. With a range of sizes, you can find the perfect fit for each project.
Affixing the pipe securely to the flue collar of the wood stove or fireplace, the plumbing can then be expertly routed outward, out through the wall or ceiling, of the house. To ensure proper stability and placement, pipe straps or hangers should be employed.
One way of joining segments of pipe together is to use pipe fittings. Elbows, T-fittings, and reducers are the most popular types of these fittings. They can be used to switch the direction of the pipe in question or connect it with a variation in pipe dimensions; either with a smaller or a larger sized pipe.
A certified technician ought to be called upon to set up a pipe, which may then be discharged via the roof or the exterior wall of the residence.