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Harman P-43 and Metal Fab question

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by iron stove, Apr 7, 2011.

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  1. iron stove

    iron stove Minister of Fire

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    Finally decided on upgrading to a Harman P-43, and have a vent question. The dealer carries all sorts of pipe, but doesnt do Metal Fab, which is what ive used for my old pipe. Which stove adapter do I need to get to go from the Harman, and into my 3" Tee, and do I need 6" of extra pipe to clear the back of stove, or will the adapter and tee clear?

    Thanks !

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  2. Delta-T

    Delta-T Minister of Fire

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    I used to deal in metal fab, you will need the extra 6" to get past the hopper and the the 3PSA stove adapter should work just fine.
  3. iron stove

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    My old stove had a pair of flanges with 4 bolts and a soft fiber gasket between my Tee and the actuall stove. East to unsrew and move stove for cleaning.

    DO I have to silicone the 3PSA to the stove, or what ? Want to be able to easily disasemble for cleaning. I usually silicone all the joints of the pipe.
  4. Delta-T

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    yes, silicone the 3PSA to the stove, you can unbolt the stove's flange via the 3 bolts (1/2" i believe) right in front of where the pipe will connect.
  5. iron stove

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    Perfect, Thanks foir the help Delta !
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    CJ-SR4ever New Member

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    Im not sure if the height of the t300P is the same as the P-43. If it is it should be a breeze to install, if not you may have to adjust the pipe a bit.
  7. iron stove

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    Around .25-.5" diffrence. That was one reason I went with the Harman. There were other stoves at the top of list, but one was venting further left, and another 10" higher, would have been a mess to repipe.
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