|Product Depth (in.)||5 in||Product Diameter (in.)||6 in|
|Product Height (in.)||5 in||Product Length (in.)||60 in|
|Product Width (in.)||60 in|
|Duct Type||6" Round||Gauge||30|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings|
A: No, this is 30 gauge pipe, check the gauge recommendations for the wood stove. If you have any inquiries about Master Flow products please email MasterFlowTech@gaf.com
A: 5" lengths ae the longest we manufacture. Check the installation instructions for the proper procedure on venting the hood. Typically the sections need to be screwed and sealed at all joints and seams, the local codes may vary. If you have any inquiries about Master Flow products please email email@example.com
A: Depends on where the vent goes. If it is in an attic that gets cold you need a tape rated for the cold weather. Other wise a quality tape like a 324A Premium Foil or Foilmastic Sealant Duct Tape should work you still need 3 fasteners to a joint though.
A: no, tape is great for this. Make sure you don't use the cheap lowest grade stuff though as it will tear and leak, buy the higher end stuff(just a few more bucks) so you don't have to do it again
A: No, the aluminum tape should be sufficient to hold it in place.
A: It would depend on the local code. Always seal seams with building code approved sealant or duct tape
A: No. The aluminum tape should be more than adequate.