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DuraVent

Model 6DBK-48

Internet #202269771

Store SKU #699214

DuraBlack 6 in. x 48 in. Single-Wall Chimney Stove Pipe

$9.98 /each
  • Welded seam ensures drip-free operation
  • DuraBlack offers a limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible with wood-burning stoves

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Durably crafted with 24-Gauge steel, the DuraBlack Single-Wall Chimney Stove Pipe completes your venting system when used with one of DuraVent’s chimney products such as DuraTech, DuraPlus or DuraPlus HTC. This pipe works with wood-burning stoves to safely vent smoke and byproducts away from your home. Offering an economical, drip-free, single-wall stove pipe solution, the DuraBlack system is constructed with die-formed end fittings and features adjustable lengths that eliminate the need for cutting and crimping.

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  • 24-Gauge frame offers lasting durability
  • Vents smoke and byproducts from a wood-burning stove safely to the outside
  • Compatible with most wood stoves
  • Requires 18 in. clearance from combustible components for optimal operation

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Installing single wall black stove pipe

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Westhampton, NY
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September 26, 2015
I am installing single wall black stove pipe in my living room. I think the smaller end of the pipe should point down into the lower pipe. Is that correct and could you send me a picture of how the two pipes should look when connected?
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December 6, 2015
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Your question is a broad one, so there isn't space here to go into all of it, but there are some rules. A straight stack from heater to cap is best, both for updraft and for cleaning and safety from flue buildup. If you have to use elbows, tilt the run of the pipe between them, up a few degrees to help with all those factors. Usually code requires that this only be in the open-air part of the stack in Read More
Your question is a broad one, so there isn't space here to go into all of it, but there are some rules. A straight stack from heater to cap is best, both for updraft and for cleaning and safety from flue buildup. If you have to use elbows, tilt the run of the pipe between them, up a few degrees to help with all those factors. Usually code requires that this only be in the open-air part of the stack in the room with the appliance, and from there on through all your framing you convert to the insulated pipe, which is oh, say six or seven times as much cost? But DO IT: the heat that a single pipe carries through it can super-dry and even ignite especially older lumber, and you do the math: spend more on pipe, or lose the house? Also CRITICAL: ALWAYS intersect the pipe with the upper piece INSIDE the lower piece, allowing for falling ash and creosote inside the stack. Read Less
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October 22, 2015
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You should start with a stove top adapter piece with the crimped end going into the stove.
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Can this stuff be easily cut and connected or am I better of paying more for for adjustable pipe?

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Yes, the stove pipe can be cut easily with a metal cutting blade.
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Can this be used as chimney Liner?

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October 27, 2015
Have a fireplace would like to install a wood burning insert, need to know if this can be used as chimney liner.
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December 8, 2015
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Chimney liner is stainless double walled not cheap ! From stove to liner is what this type pipe is made for ,
not to line a chimney !
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have a wood nurning stove and a forced fan heater. both leak when it rains. what do i need to fix the showers in my bed room!

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Assuming the leaks are coming through your roof, your trouble probably has to do with how the flashing is installed where it comes out the roof surface. Finding roof leaks is like detective work: you follow the evidence. Looking down from on the roof, however you manage to get there, it isn't usually hard to see the path of a leak going in from its water stains, or an even more obvious gap or crack in Read More
Assuming the leaks are coming through your roof, your trouble probably has to do with how the flashing is installed where it comes out the roof surface. Finding roof leaks is like detective work: you follow the evidence. Looking down from on the roof, however you manage to get there, it isn't usually hard to see the path of a leak going in from its water stains, or an even more obvious gap or crack in the path of the roof's natural drainage that allows water where it doesn't belong. Fixing roof leaks can be straightforward or quite tricky, depending on a hundred factors: how steep, what kind of roofing, what kind of metalwork around the pipe, etc. But one rule is that water flows downhill, until it can soak into something, then it goes wherever it can. Another rule I follow is: better to do real repairs with new flashings, than just smearing in more caulking for a patch. Good luck, you'll figure it out, I bet. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by the better alternative, but not a great finish on it Clicking "yes" to say I would recommend this pipe, is a way of saying: more so than the alternative, which is the kind that comes as a sheet you have to squeeze together at the crimps before installing. This is a bit heavier pipe, the intersecting crimps at the end fit together very nicely; the only thing is, especially with an elbow, it takes a long time for the burning paint smell to go away, and some of the paint with it. A straight stack with no elbows, preferable anyway but not always practical, might not experience this. But on the elbow just above the stove top on mine, the paint is already half gone after a couple of autumn months' burning and I still smell it sometimes from what is left of it. December 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did Not Fit Like another review, I bought a wood stove from HD (Englander 2400 SF model) and this pipe did not fit. The outside diameter of the pipe is slightly larger than the inside diameter of the stove's outlet. Unlike the other 1 star, the pipe I had was in excellent condition, and I am really bummed it didn't fit because the pipe is very sturdy and has a welded seam. Looks like I am stuck using the cheap stuff from lowes/tractor supply. September 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by packing and shipping issues When I received my chimney pipe it was oval in stead of round. Perhaps it needed a stronger box. I made it as round as I could and used it anyway. July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stove Pipe I have used other brands of pipe in the past, but have found Duravent to stand out amongst its competitors. Form, fit and function is second to none. January 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The right size, right price, and excellent quality By far the cheapest cost for same product sold elsewhere. High quality, fit perfectly, easy to install January 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by These 4 foot pipes are the best you can get This is so much better than those 2 foot pieces that have to be assembled along the seam on the side. That seam can come apart so a solid pipe is better. You can cut the pipe if you need less than 4 feet. Its great stuff. June 4, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap Junk Bought a $1,000 wood burning stove from HD & bought this pipe for venting. First off, two of the three pieces had dents around their ends. Secondly, not only did the pipe not fit into the stove outlet (too wide) but I couldn't even get the pieces to fit into each other! Totally worthless junk, but I got what I paid for. January 25, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It was what I expected at a fair price. Decent quality and price. Arrived on time, in good condition, and worked as expected. April 29, 2014
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