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Master Flow 6 in. x 24 in. Black Stove Pipe
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Master Flow

6 in. x 24 in. Black Stove Pipe

  • 24-Gauge single-wall steel construction
  • Snap-lock design
  • Connect wood stove to chimney
$823 /each

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Master Flow 6 in. x 24 in. Black Stove Pipe is used to connect wood stoves to chimneys. Snap seam together and install. The pipe's durable 24-gauge single-wall steel construction boasts a 400 degree-Fahrenheit maximum operating temperature, making it reliable for use in high-heat applications.

  • Durable 24-gauge single-wall steel construction
  • Fits most round pipes with 6 in. diameters
  • Snap lock design
  • 400 degrees Fahrenheit maximum operating temperature for reliability in high-heat applications

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this snap together pipe?

I am looking for black stove pipe that is not snap together.
Asked by: ThomasB
Yes, this is a crimped joint. Look in the product description. Note that a non-crimped unit with cost more and is available. For the record, I have never had a joint leak or fail using this type of stove pipe. This system is has been the standard for many years.
Answered by: Thunderstruck
Date published: 2017-02-09

What is minimum clearance to Walls

Asked by: Kp
Best to keep a heat protection panel on a wall if possible. This pipe gets extremely hot and all precautions should be taken especially piping though walls and attics. It is best to use a triple wall pipe in those applications. You will sleep better and safer.
Answered by: Thunderstruck
Date published: 2017-02-09

I Need 6 in Stock pipe for fileline septic tank

I need such pippin for feel Line for sit septic tank
Asked by: lee
Not good for in ground applications. This pipe will rust in that environment and have a short application life.
Answered by: Thunderstruck
Date published: 2017-02-14
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