Internet #202269771

Model # 6DBK-48

Store SKU #699214

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

  • Welded seam ensures drip-free operation
  • DuraBlack offers a limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible with wood-burning stoves
$ 19 98

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Product Overview

  • Welded seam ensures drip-free operation
  • DuraBlack offers a limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible with wood-burning stoves
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.
  • 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
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Welded seam ensures drip-free operation
  • DuraBlack offers a limited lifetime warranty
  • Compatible with wood-burning stoves
Model #: 6DBK-48
Sku #: 699214
Internet #: 202269771

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.

  • 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
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Specifications

Dimensions

Pipe Diameter (in.)
6
Product Depth (in.)
6
Product Height (in.)
46.75
Product Length (in.)
6
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Accessory Type
Pipe
Features
Non-adjustable
Gauge
24
Orientation
Horizontal,Vertical
Pipe Type
Section
Product Weight (lb.)
7.5lb
Returnable
180-Day
Use
Chimney
Wall Construction
Single Headed

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

Specifications

Dimensions

Pipe Diameter (in.)
6
Product Depth (in.)
6
Product Height (in.)
46.75
Product Length (in.)
6
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Accessory Type
Pipe
Features
Non-adjustable
Gauge
24
Orientation
Horizontal,Vertical
Pipe Type
Section
Product Weight (lb.)
7.5lb
Returnable
180-Day
Use
Chimney
Wall Construction
Single Headed

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

Do screws come with the pipe or I buy separate?

Do screws come with the pipe or I buy separate?
Asked by: arty009
Screws need to be bought separately. It does not come with screws. You should use 3/8 " - 1/2 " stainless steel sheet metal screws. Most hardware and home improvement stores sell standard, stainless steel sheet metal screws. With these screws you have to drill a small pilot hole to install them. Or you can buy self tapping stainless steel sheet metal screws, which makes it much easier to install.
Answered by: Happyman
Date published: 2019-10-06

Can this be used outside

Can this be used outside
Asked by: Don
I opened it up and used it for a bunny tunnel. It worked great because it didn't fall apart, and gave my bunnies a place to play.
Answered by: TAZ
Date published: 2020-02-19

Is it garvanized?

Asked by: Paul
Yes it is galvanized, but with the intense heat, acidity and water vapor properties of wood smoke, it still rusts out in 2 to 3 seasons of use.
Answered by: frankentek
Date published: 2018-11-17

Installing single wall black stove pipe

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?
Asked by: Jamie
This is a serious question, and a little thought says that you place the pipe with the uncrimped end OVER the stove outlet. This will prevent smoke and deadly fumes from entering your home. Doing it the other way around allows gases to escape, especially when first starting your fire, when there is limited draft. Also, the pipe outdoors would collect water and channel it down the inside of your pipe, IF you place the crimped end down into the lower pipe. These observations are my own opinions, from having used wood stoves for 40 years. Good luck, and seek a professional's opinion if you are still uncertain about the installation.
Answered by: Hotwater
Date published: 2020-02-28
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