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Black Stove Pipes

Typical Use & Summary:

  • Connects directly to an appliance such as a stove
  • Runs to the wall or ceiling and connects to a masonry chimney or Flexible Chimney Liner Kit
  • Can connect to a Class A Insulated Pipe when transitioning to pass through combustibles
  • Single Wall Stove Pipe needs an 18" clearance from combustible materials
  • Double Wall Stove Pipe needs a 6" clearance from combustible walls and 8" clearance from combustible ceilings

You Might be Looking For:

  • Class A Insulated Pipe
    Used when you don't have a masonry chimney or need a closer clearance to combustibles

  • Triple Wall Black Stove Pipe
    It doesn't exist. When people say triple wall stove pipe, they usually mean double wall.

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Single Wall Black Stove Pipes

Use Single Wall Black Stove Pipe from your stove to a thimble or ceiling transition box, never inside a combustible wall or inside a chimney chase. An 18 inch clearance to combustibles is required and these pipes feature an unheard of fume-free finish. Our Single Wall Black Stove Pipe is manufactured from heavy duty 22 gauge cold rolled steel (the thickest in the industry!) and ensures a perfectly round pipe to pipe fit with smooth welded seams for easy installation. 

Double Wall Black Stove Pipes

Use Double Wall Black Stove Pipe from your stove exhaust to a thimble or ceiling transition box when you have less than 18 inch clearance to wall combustibles, and never inside a combustible wall or inside a chimney chase. The double wall construction keeps the outside cooler and thus reduces wall clearances to 6 inches and ceiling clearances to 8 inches. Our Double Wall Black Stove Pipe is manufactured with our substantial 24 gauge black steel outer pipe and 430 stainless steel inner liner. Features an exclusive Thermal Web design to create a free airflow that cools the outer pipe like no other pipe in the industry.