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chimney liner sources?

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by NE WOOD BURNER, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. NE WOOD BURNER

    NE WOOD BURNER Minister of Fire

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    I have three flues that I will be relining with 6" SS insulated liner.

    Any suggestions for online sources for materials?

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  2. ddddddden

    ddddddden Minister of Fire

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    Drop a line to theheatelement @ gmail. He's a MagnaFlex rep. Took good care of me with a very nice price on an InsulFlex kit like this one. If you are thinking about insulating the liner, having it pre-made that way is the bee's knees, IMO.:)

    http://www.northlineexpress.com/chi...el-all-fuel-chimney-liner-kit-06ifdcs035.html


    There was a bit of debate about the zero-clearance status of this insulated liner. . .a non-issue in my 12 x 12" masonry chimney.
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  3. clemsonfor

    clemsonfor Minister of Fire

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    I ordered this fall from chimney liner depot. Got an insert kit. They will match any price you may find and they know their stuff and as shown on posts on this forum if your not happy they make it right.
  4. Excavator

    Excavator Burning Hunk

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    I also bought mine from chimney liner depot and was happy with their phone conversation in helping decide on things
  5. dave_376

    dave_376 Burning Hunk

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    firesidechimneysupply com the cheapest I found
  6. embers aplenty

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    I too got the Magnaflex Insulflex from the "heat element". Couldn't be happier. The price was right and it was easy for me to install. No pipe insulating needed. It's already made into it. You can save your insulating efforts for above the blockoff plate which he will already have made for you after you tell him the measurements.
  7. NE WOOD BURNER

    NE WOOD BURNER Minister of Fire

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    Thank you for the links and sources.
    The Magnaflex looks interesting. Cost times three flues would hurt.

    Any suggestions for an inexpensive insulation alternative. I was thinking someone must make an inexpensive insulation that could be poured/packed from top around liner.
  8. clemsonfor

    clemsonfor Minister of Fire

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    Someone on here, on some thread, mentioned that they used Roxul insulation in the bat form. I think they used R19 or R30. They Split the Batts and then I think used some fireproof/heat resistant stuff, I guess like they use on the normal insulation, then just wrapped the pipe with it lengthwise. I think they said for like a 20ft pipe they used like half a pack?? The packs I think are $50 so even using a whole pack its way cheaper than the blanket you buy for them.
  9. mellow

    mellow Resident Stove Connoisseur

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    I would give up wood burning before I tried to wrap a pipe in Roxul, that would take one huge chimney to stuff that down without ripping it.

    Some have gotten deals on Vermiculite pour insulation, but that would depend on the size of your chimneys if that would be cost effective.
  10. NE WOOD BURNER

    NE WOOD BURNER Minister of Fire

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    "77 F250 Highboy wood hauler"

    Now that's a Signature! Sure miss my High Boy!
  11. clemsonfor

    clemsonfor Minister of Fire

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    maybe he was running it in a brick or block chimney, not a clay flue tile?
  12. DIY_HOME

    DIY_HOME New Member

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    I was referred to from Hearth to go through Rockford Chimney Supply. They were great; helped me choose the most economical setup for my chimney. Quality product and DIY support. This is the chimney liner I purchased.
  13. sailor61

    sailor61 Burning Hunk

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    I used Rockford and was very happy with the pricing and support

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