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SuperVent Chimney Pipe - 36" x 7"
SuperVent inner liner is constructed with 300 Series stainless steel and the outer casing is constructed with 430 Series stainless steel. SuperVent chimney is intended for venting gas, liquid or solid fuel fired residential type appliances. This chimney pipe is tested and approved to withstand temperatures of up to 2100°F. Secure twist-lock design couples chimney sections together.
High temperature ULC-S629 listed and tested to withstand temepratures of 2100°F
Sectional overlap of 1⅛"
Secure twist-lock design coupls chimney sections together
I have seen insulated chimneys made from SuperVent sections enclosed and mounted up the outside of homes made to look like much like masonry chimneys.. what specs and dimensions must any such enclosure have in order for it to be safe and legal?
Asked by: realzed
The chimney needs at least 2" of air space clearance all the way around and the chimney pipe itself must stick above the chase top a minimum of 6". If using a flat roof flashing from Selkirk, the roof flashing will be ventilated. If fabricating a custom chase top, you must be sure it is ventilated (See the document "Chase Top Shroud" on the www.selkirkcorp.com website for details.) so hot air has a way to escape. The chimney should be supported and stabilized inside the chase. Besides that, the chase can be made of basically any material that is structurally sound and appropriate for the environment using standard building practices. Many people build a box out of standard 2x4's. Some insulate it, some do not. Some cover it with siding to match their homes while others cover it with brick or stone to better give the appearance of a masonry style chimney.
Please note: This information is provided for installation within the United States. For further details on installations in Canada, contact our Canadian Technical Support person at 905-661-6606.
Answered by: Customer Service
Date published: 2018-06-12
Is this 7 " unit good for a wood stove
Asked by: Denis13
As mentioned previously regarding enclosing one of these chimneys - what types of insulation can be used around a Supervent chimney inside of a chase? Will doing so help it last longer, produce a better draft, or be more resistant to soot build-up?
Asked by: realzed
Can I go from the clay chimney to a metal chimney pipe in the attic and then through the roof?