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wtb old style heat-n-glo pipe

Post in 'It's a Gas!' started by gilly270, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. gilly270

    gilly270 New Member

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    i am looking for a 24"a snorkle kit for the old style heat n glo 5 & 8 dv pipe, any one have anything collecting dust in the warehouse.
    who the heck installs 14ft of horizontal with a 1 ft rise?

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  2. DAKSY

    DAKSY Patriot Guard Rider Staff Member

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    I'm pretty sure the "Old Style" HnG pipe you're talking about was actually
    Simpson Dura-Vent 1200 series pipe. I'd try a Simpson dealer...
  3. Wood Heat Stoves

    Wood Heat Stoves Minister of Fire

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    i'm pretty sure the stuff he needs was made by hht, and has different ends than simpson

    i have one 24" section here, but its ends are beat up...
  4. gilly270

    gilly270 New Member

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    yes the h-n-glo pipe was made slightly different than the simson 1200 series so you could only use the hht pipe.
  5. gilly270

    gilly270 New Member

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    Dave, do you have a 24" pipe length or a 24" snorkle termination?
  6. Wood Heat Stoves

    Wood Heat Stoves Minister of Fire

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    24" lenght, the ends could be straightened out i'd say
  7. DAKSY

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    Ok. I stand corrected...
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    Wood Heat Stoves Minister of Fire

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    ^^ha, got ya for once :)

    i only knew for sure because i have an old stick here
  9. fireplace tech

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    that sounds like what we call d.v. pipe and yes there is an adapter through hht that can go from the old to the new , the pert # would be ad1 or ad2. if you are unable to find i can assist you . but i am pretty sure we still have some collecting dust .
  10. jtp10181

    jtp10181 Minister of Fire

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    Which old style of 5/8 pipe?

    There was VP pipe which has tab locks, the same as the current DVP but the locks go the opposite direction
    Before that there was a DV cinch pipe which had crimps on one end, or maybe this was only for Heatilator?
    At some time there was also what might be called DV-D which is a twist lock pipe by Simpson Duravent, and the OD is 8-5/8" (larger than the current 8" pipe).

    The only thing that you will find a snorkel for is the Simpson pipe. I might be able to order one if that's what you have, there would be no returns though, and it will be expensive. There was a never a snorkel cap made for the other two types of pipe that I am aware of.

    Can you take the current cap off and get a part number off the back of it? This would tell me what you have exactly.

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