We stock 6" and 8" 24 Ga. Welded Seam Single wall black stove pipe. This pipe is used for connecting wood stoves to masonry or metal chimneys. The pipe requires 18" clearance to combustibles.

Features of 24 ga. Stove Pipe:

  • Metallic black high-temperature stove paint matches most stoves on the market
  • 24-gauge seam-welded construction ensures lasting durability and creates a rounder pipe for a better fit
  • Exclusive rib-reinforced male end fitting insures a strong joint
  • Can be used with all types of wood-burning stoves
  • Available in 6", 7" and 8" diameters
  • Limited 5-year warranty
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We also stock double wall black connector pipe which is far superior to single wall pipe and requires only 6" clearance to combustibles. This pipe is sometimes referred to as close clearance pipe

Features of double wall black stove pipe:

  • Tested to 2100°F and listed for 6" clearance to combustible materials, providing significantly more versatility than single-wall pipe
  • 400-series stainless steel inner liner provides greater durability and product life compared to single-wall pipe
  • Double-wall black stove connector features a series of venting slots, allowing maximum heat recovery
  • Can be used with all types of wood-burning stoves
  • Available in 6", 7" and 8" inside diameters
  • Painted black finish is compatible with most stove finishes
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Wood Stove Connector Pipe


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Stove pipe runs from an appliance, such as a wood-burning stove, pellet stove, or coal stove, to where the flue goes through the ceiling or wall.

It must then be connected to a safe chimney system to carry the products of combustion outside the house.

A common mistake is to assume that stove pipe should be installed with the male-end up because this is the way the smoke goes. However, if you fit it this way, you'll later find a black liquid - creosote - oozing down the pipe. Installing with male-end-down allows the creosote drippings to go back down into your stove instead of running down your pipe onto the stove or floor.

Stove pipe is pre-painted black, so tends to give off fumes when first used until the paint cures. Be sure to keep a window or door open during this time to let the fumes escape.

Single-wall stove pipe is used for most applications but only if the clearance to combustibles is at least 18" along the length of the pipe until it enters the chimney. Double-wall stove pipe is used where the clearance is less than 18" at any point along its length. Typically, double-wall stove pipe allows for 6" clearance from wall combustibles and 8" from ceiling combustibles. It's ideal when installing a newer close-clearance wood stove or appliance.

Price and ordering is per sq. foot. In Quantity box above, Enter the number of square feet desired. Select 100 sq ft  for a full box (4 ft x 25 ft) Whenever possible, pieces are contiguous - if you order 4 sq ft, you will get one piece 1 ft x 4 ft            Click here for testing standards

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