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Best Wood Stove Pipe | Dia. 2.36in (6cm) (18)

Wood stove pipes, also known as chimney pipes or stove flue pipes, are essential components of a wood stove system. They play a critical role in safely venting the smoke and combustion by-products produced by the wood stove from camping tents.
POMOLY's wood stove pipes are offered in stainless steel and titanium, they are high quality, adaptable and come in a variety of sizes, the most common being a 2.36 inch diameter wood stove pipe.
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Everything You Need to Know Before Choosing Wood Stovepipe

1. Materials:

Wood stove pipes are typically made from one of three materials: stainless steel, galvanized steel, or titanium. Stainless steel pipes are highly durable, resistant to corrosion, and can withstand high temperatures. Galvanized steel pipes are less expensive but may not last as long as stainless steel. Titanium pipes are known for their lightweight and durable properties, making them ideal for backpacking or portable wood stoves.

2. Single-Wall vs. Double-Wall:

Wood stove pipes come in two main types: single-wall and double-wall. Single-wall pipes consist of a single layer of metal and are generally less expensive. They are suitable for use in well-insulated spaces or when clearance to combustible materials is not a concern. Double-wall pipes, also known as insulated pipes, have an inner and outer wall with an air gap in between. This insulation helps to keep the outer wall cooler and reduces the risk of heat transfer to nearby combustible materials.

3. Pipe Diameter and Length:

The diameter of your wood stove ducts is an important consideration because it affects the airflow and ventilation within your system. Common diameters range from 2 to 6 inches, with 2.36 inches being a common size for tent furnaces. The length of the ducts depends on the height and configuration of the installation. You can decide based on your tent and camping site.

4. Pipe Joints and Connections:

Wood stove pipes are typically designed with male and female ends to allow for easy connection and secure fitting. The joints between the sections of the pipe should be properly sealed to prevent smoke leakage. Various methods, such as using high-temperature silicone or locking bands, can be employed to ensure a tight and secure connection.

Remember, proper maintenance and regular inspections are crucial for the safe and efficient operation of wood stove pipes. 

If you need a wood stovepipe that is 2.76 inches (7cm) in diameter, check out: Dia. 2.76in

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