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Rock-Vent Pellet Pipe Tee Connectors

The Rock-Vent Pellet Pipe Tee Connections are used to connect directly to a pellet stove (in conjunction with the Stove Adapter) or to turn vertically after passing through a wall pass-thru. 304L Stainless Steel inner wall / Galvalume outer wall with a choice between unpainted or painted black finish.

As low as $93.99

The Rock-Vent Pellet Pipe Tee Connections can be used to connect directly to a pellet stove (in conjunction with the Stove Adapter) or to turn vertically once the pipe has passed through a wall pass-thru. The Pellet Vent Tee Connectors are equipped with a quick-connect clean out cap for easy access for cleaning. Constructed from 304L Stainless Steel inner wall / Galvalume outer wall. Available in unpainted or painted black finish options.

If you are using the Tee Connector to connect directly to the stove, you will need the Stove Adapter component. If you are putting a pipe section in between the Tee Connector and the stove, you will need to use the Stove Adapter at the end of the pipe section to directly connect to the stove. Please see "Related Products" section below for these components.

Standard Tee vs. Pellet Tee

The Standard Tee is used when the Pellet Vent pipe diameter size matches the exhaust hole size. For example, if the exhaust hole on the pellet stove is 3" and you are installing 3" Pellet Vent, the Standard Tee is the one for you.

The Pellet Tee is used when installing 4" Pellet Vent pipe with a pellet stove that has an exhaust hole of 3". For example, some installations require a 3" exhaust hole size be vented with a 4" Pellet Vent system. If the stove's exhaust hole size is 3" and you are venting with 4" Pellet Vent, the Pellet Tee is for you because it features a 3" horizontal take off with a 4" vertical body.

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