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Chimney elbows and length questions

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by rky60, Oct 6, 2008.

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  1. rky60

    rky60 Member

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    Bought an Englander 55-SHP10.

    Have to do a corner install but am running into some chimney issues. There's an adjacent structure at the corner i'm putting it in with a lower roof line than the main house, plus a deck there.

    Can this be done:

    Offset stove in corner
    Place cleanout tee off stove adapter
    Rise approx. 5 feet up
    90 degree out
    1 foot through the thimble (i'd stop there with the vent, problem is the vent would fall from center only 13 inches to adjacent structure)
    90 degree up again
    6 feet of pipe to get 2 to 3 foot above adjacent structure
    Vent


    That's 3 90's if the tee is included which i'd assume it is, and from what i've read is probably a no no :). Any thoughts on this setup? Any help is appreciated.

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  2. bostonbaked

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  3. piscassic

    piscassic New Member

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    this is quite similar to what i plan on doing with the same stove. adapter, tee, 5' vertical, elbow, 2' through wall, elbow, then 3.5' vertical, cap. we'll see...
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