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PELLET VENT KIT

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by mikemrq, Jan 13, 2008.

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  1. mikemrq

    mikemrq New Member

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    Installing my 55-SHP10L pellet stove from Lowe's in my basement. Going through a block wall must I use the Wall Thimble or can I just run the pipe through the block without the thimble?

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  2. turbot2112

    turbot2112 New Member

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    you can run it through the block without the thimble as long as there is no sheetrock over the block
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    mikemrq New Member

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    I have Owens Corning in the basement; I was going to cut an 8 inch hole in the panel and install a trim ring and run the 3 inch pellet pipe through the block. That should be a big enough space in the panel to avoid the heat from the pipe. Any better ideas, or is that good?
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    turbot2112 New Member

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    i would think that would be fine
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