Selkirk Pellet Piping with Outside Air Included?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Drew1024, Aug 11, 2008.

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  1. Drew1024

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    Anyone use the selkirk direct temp pellet piping for their installs? Seems interesting because the piping is a 6 inch outer with looks nice cosmetically, and also brings outside air in with a 4 inch inner. This means you only need one hole in your house, that being the termination. Never heard of selkirk, though, thoughts?
     
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    I used it, going on 3 years now and I burn (used to anyway!) a lot of corn which can be tougher on the vet due to acids forming. As you mentioned, it looks more like a traditional wood stove vent and only 1 hole. What type of stove do you have? One thing I learned the hard way was that once you put the peices together, you're not getting them apart any time soon! Selkirk is a huge manufacture of venting of all types among other things.
     
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