Stove Pipe Company

Stove Pipe Company, Unit 4 The Power Hub, St. Peters Street, Maidstone, Kent ME16 0ST

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Tel: 01622 691676
Email: naturalfires@hotmail.co.uk

 

How to fit your stove pipe

Fitting from the top outlet

Using a 45 degree bend

Fitting from rear outlet

Using a 90 degree bend or Tee Piece

Using an increaser

Using a flue damper

Using adjusting stove piping

Cutting your stove pipe

Fixing flue liner connector to stove pipe

Using stove pipe wall supports

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How to fit your stove pipe

Our stove pipe can be fitted using either end to slot into the collar of the stove, our stove collars do vary slightly in size.

 

Fitting from the top outlet

Using fire cement or heat resistant sealant cover the inside of the stove pipe and place the stove pipe inside the collar, for extra support you can drill and screw the stove pipe through the stove collar, although on top outlet fixings it is usually sufficient to use fire cement or heat resistant sealant.

 
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Using a 45 degree bend

The stove pipe fits together snugly and can be sealed with fire cement or heat resistant sealant; it can be drilled and screwed for extra support.

 
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Fitting from rear outlet

Remove rear closing plate and replace with stove collar, seal inside of collar with fire cement or heat resistant sealant.

 
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Using a 90 degree bend or Tee Piece

Place the 90 degree bend or tee piece into the stove collar , these can be fastened by drilling and screwing for extra support. Tee pieces must have the removable sweeping hatch placed at the bottom for sweeping the flue. 90 degree bends with sweeping hatches remember to leave good clearance for removing sweeping hatch for cleaning.

 
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Using an increaser

This device is used to increase the stove pipe size, this is simple to fit to the collar of your stove using fire cement, heat resistant sealant or drilling or screwing for extra support.

 
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Using adjustable stove piping

This product is very simple and effective to use, slide the adjustable stove pipe into the stove pipe you have assembled then adjust the bracket to the appropriate height of your requirements.

 
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Using a flue damper

To fit the flue damper you need to drill a hole in both sides of the stove pipe for the damper arm to pass through then reassemble to damper plate inside the stove pipe or alternatively you can purchase a pre-assembled stove pipe with a damper unit.

 
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Cutting your stove pipe

This stove pipe is easy to cut with any angle grinder, the stove pipe cuts without chipping any of the enamel coating.

 
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Fixing flue liner connector to stove pipe

The larger female end of the stove pipe is more suitable for connecting the flue connector, our stove pipe can be fitted using either end. The male end of the stove pipe is used upwardly then this can be removed easily with an angle grinder to fit a flue connector.

 
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Using stove pipe wall supports

This is a simple and effective device for supporting stove piping when using bends or long runs of stove piping. Place the bracket of the wall support around the stove pipe then drill and screw the raw plug end of the wall support shaft and then connect the shaft of the support onto the stove pipe bracket.

 
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Stove Pipe Company
Unit 4, The Power Hub
St. Peters Street
Maidstone
Kent ME16 0ST

Tel: 01622 691676


Email: naturalfires@hotmail.co.uk



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