45 degree out of a wall

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RobertVL

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Sep 3, 2008
20
How do you get 45 degree pipe out of a wall?

I want to cut down on the angles and run a 45 degree pipe out of a out side wall and into another 45 degree up to the roof
Instead of doing 2 90 degrees

The problem is how to get the thimble to line up , any ideas?

Thanks

Robert VanLane

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begreen

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Nov 18, 2005
89,580
South Puget Sound, WA
You exit straight only through the thimble, no angles. The first interior connector piece that attaches to the class A exterior pipe that penetrates the thimble can be an interior, 45 elbow, then a diagonal piece that heads down to the stove, then meeting a 45 attached to the stove collar or stove collar adapter.
 

RobertVL

New Member
Sep 3, 2008
20
I want to get it the pipe to stick out a little more
I was hoping to avoid 90+90+45+45


Thanks

Robert VanLane

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coreystaf

Member
Aug 3, 2008
93
Southwest CO
you cant pass through a wall or ceiling with anything besides CHIMNEY pipe, and the maximum offset for chimney pipe in the US is 30 degrees. Some manufacturers actually allow to pass thru a wall at a 30 degree angle. I believe Selkirk does, but you must have the right parts. Please don't try to run that black pipe thru your wall.
 

fossil

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Sep 30, 2007
10,568
Bend, OR
Might even be able to simply relieve the eave to allow straight up passage of the chimney, even if it doesn't wrap completely around the pipe. Straighter is better. Rick
 
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