90 degree elbows

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Jesepi

New Member
Nov 19, 2021
20
NW Pennsylvania
Newbie here.
This will be a new thru the wall install. The stove pipe will be single wall. It will rise about 4' out of the stove then a 90 elbow about 2 more feet of pipe then to
another 90 into the thru the wall thimble to the T section outside. Then up into triple wall chimney pipe.
Does this sound doable ? I really have no other choice un less I run the pipe diagnally right out of the stove. then a elbow into the wall thimble.
 

begreen

Mooderator
Staff member
Nov 18, 2005
91,333
South Puget Sound, WA
What stove is this for and how tall will the chimney be outside?
 

begreen

Mooderator
Staff member
Nov 18, 2005
91,333
South Puget Sound, WA
That should work then.
 

MR. GLO

Member
Jan 26, 2021
248
Massachusetts
It think it would be better if you could get a 12 inch starter, or at least 6 inch starter and then slant it to the next 90...
The closer to the thimble the better...

i have a 6 inch starter/damper adj 90 then a telescoping section to an adj 90 into the thimble area. Using a telescoping section to help with install/cleaning...make sure the 90 and parts at the thimble connection is all screwed.
 

Jesepi

New Member
Nov 19, 2021
20
NW Pennsylvania
It think it would be better if you could get a 12 inch starter, or at least 6 inch starter and then slant it to the next 90...
The closer to the thimble the better...

i have a 6 inch starter/damper adj 90 then a telescoping section to an adj 90 into the thimble area. Using a telescoping section to help with install/cleaning...make sure the 90 and parts at the thimble connection is all screwed.
Since I am a newbie can you tell me what is a 12 inch starter ? I assume its something that goes into the collar on the stove itself ?
 

MR. GLO

Member
Jan 26, 2021
248
Massachusetts
Yes it can be several things. Adapter same size both ends, or from small to larger or vice versa, or a damper with a small section. Or just the first section of pipe. Duravent has a catalog of all the pipe. If you post a photo of the setup with dimensions of stove outlet height, ceiling height and thimble center height I'm sure somone can help you with parts.