What is used for wood stove chimney pipe insulation?

Answer Mineral wool is the recommended insulation for chimney pipes. Although regular fiberglass insulation is not flammable, it contains a resin that fails at 250 degrees and falls apart at high temperat... Read More »

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What is used for wood stove pipe insulation?

Wood stove pipes are often insulated with mineral wool or other types of non-combustible materials. Polyurethane, cellulose, styrofoam and fiberglass insulation should not be used for wood stove pi... Read More »

How do i hook a chimney pipe to a stove?

Chimney pipe is made from metal and runs from an appliance to the chimney. It often is used with wood-pellet stoves, wood stoves and gas furnaces, and it can be hooked up to nearly any stove that r... Read More »

Does a pellet stove use a chimney pipe?

All wood-burning pellet stoves utilize a chimney pipe to ventilate combustion fumes and smoke. Some pellet stoves are designed as fireplace inserts that vent through a metal duct installed inside t... Read More »

Instructions on How to Hook a Chimney Pipe to a Stove?

Proper attachment of the chimney pipe to your wood stove ensures that you won't end up with a room filled with smoke. Installing the chimney pipe involves going up on the roof and inserting it into... Read More »