Male to Male Liner Coupler

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Male to Male Liner Coupler

Male to Male Liner Coupler

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Are you in a tight spot? For tight clearance relining situations, this male to male chimney liner connector is just...

Are you in a tight spot? For tight clearance relining situations, this male to male chimney liner connector is just the ticket! This component will require screws or rivets.

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Are you in a tight spot? For tight clearance relining situations, this male to male chimney liner connector is just the ticket! This component is not dripless, and will require screws or rivets. The smooth butt welded seam makes this part slide together like butter, crimped on both ends.

This coupler is male on both ends. If you are using flexible liner, the liner itself slides over the coupler. For rigid liner, two female ends are required to fit the coupler.

High Temperature Sealant is a great choice to go along with this coupler.

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Product Details:

Are you in a tight spot? For tight clearance relining situations, this male to male chimney liner connector is just the ticket! This component is not dripless, and will require screws or rivets. The smooth butt welded seam makes this part slide together like butter, crimped on both ends.

This coupler is male on both ends. If you are using flexible liner, the liner itself slides over the coupler. For rigid liner, two female ends are required to fit the coupler.

High Temperature Sealant is a great choice to go along with this coupler.

Product Overview Video

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flyer304
Used for rigid pipe to reverse piping direction

Was redoing piping from my Wiseway non electric pellet stove that I am running 4" Rhino Rigid pipe to my Selkirk Its Class A chimney. needed to change direction with some of the pipe and the Female to male connections and to connect to the true flow that was being used as an increaser from the 4" to the 6" where it connected to the DSP. everything fit together fine. ran a bead of high temp silicone at the joints and a couple screws and we're back in business and looking alot neater than what I hastily put together last year.

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JT
The perfect thing

We had some pieces of flex top join and this was a flawless solution. Also much safer than trying to join flex without a connector.

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