Whether you’re connecting a fireplace to a flexible flu liner or twin wall flue, a high-quality stove pipe is essential. It does not only withstand the highest level of heat at the base of your ...
Whether you’re connecting a fireplace to a flexible flu liner or twin wall flue, a high-quality stove pipe is essential. It does not only withstand the highest level of heat at the base of your chimney but also ensures that harmful smoke and gases can escape.
Our range of stove pipes include both stainless steel and vitreous enamel varieties. These are both capable of withstanding extremely high temperatures and match the aesthetics of your fireplace. In most circumstances they can also be used with oil, gas and solid fuel fires.
Benefits of Our Stove Pipes
- Manufactured from stainless steel or vitreous enamel for superb durability
- Choice of both black and silver outer to match your fireplace
- Ideal for safely connecting a stove to a flexible or rigid chimney liner
- Suitable for both residential and commercial properties
Have More Questions About Our Stove Pipes?
If you have more questions about our chimney accessories, simply speak to our team online or by telephone. With over 40 years of experience in roofing, they’ll help you pick the perfect solution for your project. This is whether you’re replacing an existing stove pipe or are introducing a new fireplace.
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What is a Stove Pipe?
A stove pipe plays an essential role in any home with a stove. This is as the pipe is responsible for taking excess smoke and gasses from the stove to the chimney above.
Due to the important role your stove pipe plays and excessive heat it withstands, they are typically manufactured from high-grade steel or vitreous enamel.
What is a Vitreous Enamel Stove Pipe?
Vitreous enamel is simply a layer of glass fused at incredibly high temperatures to a metal surface. It's essential that you do not confuse vitreous enamel with enamel paint, as the latter is not able to withstand high heats.
Vitreous enamel is used on stoves due to its ability to handle high temperatures without much degradation. You may also find it being used on stovetops for the same reason.
What is a Stainless Steel Stove Pipe?
Stainless steel is simply a mixture of steel and elements such as chromium. The combination of the two materials provides unrivaled strength whilst also being resistant to rust.
Stainless steel is used on stoves due to its ability to handle high temperatures as well as moisture. You may also find it being used in plumbing applications for the same reason.