|Product Depth (in.)||6 in||Product Diameter (in.)||6 in|
|Product Height (in.)||24 in||Product Length (in.)||24 in|
|Product Width (in.)||6 in|
|Duct Type||6" Round||Gauge||30|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings|
A: No, a single wall, 30 gauge pipe should not be used for this. Heavier Gauge Pipe is used to vent boilers, furnaces and hot water heaters. You can check with the product manufacturer's for their requirements.
A: If you want to have a return inside a studded wall you will need to change over to a rectangular duct equivalent to the 6” round one. Calculate the 6” area using geometry (pie…3.16) and then buy the rectangular duct that is at least the same area or larger that’ll fit inside your walls. Once down to where your return vent needs to be you will need to create the opening and create a terminal box to connect the grill. You will need some metal bending tools, to cut and put back drywall etc etc. If you are not skilled in these areas you ought to contact a handyman company proficient in this area. Alex Alexandria home Improvement
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A: A 6” duct will likely not fit inside a wall as studs are usually only 3.5” in depth. A 6” duct is adequate but only as an additional supplemental return, typically an 8” or larger is used. Boxing in a return duct is fine but make sure you screw any joints together and then seal the joints with aluminum duct tape.
A: The crimping side is the male end. It goes inside a non crimped pipe
A: The crimping process runs the metal through and crimps both the metal all at once inside and outside. The crimped end should fit in a non-crimped end. If you have any other inquiries about our Master Flow products please email email@example.com