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Chimneys - Quick overview

Postby Joe-Yukon Rep » Mon Jun 22, 2009 5:00 pm

Chimneys - quick overview: All of our Eagles have 8" flue collars. The Super Jack has a 7" flue collar and the Big Jack has a 6" flue collar. It is OK for you to go up or down 1" in flue/chimney size. Other than that, the chimney size should be "engineered". It is best to have your chimney inspected and serviced professionally.
Re: Manufactured chimney pipe. We sell Simpson Duravent chimney pipe at 30% off the regular prices. We can give you an exact quote for the entire chimney system - just ask us. An entire chimney can cost from about $50 per foot up to about $95 per foot for all the pieces ( pipe, brackets, freight etc.) If you determine you need 20 feet of chimney - you could guestimate a cost of $1500 ($75 per foot) for all the parts sent to your home and you would be somewhat close. Chimney relining parts are less expensive.
Visit the Simpson website through our website (point to 'furnaces' and go from there) or go to http://www.duravent.com check the "all fuel" or the "relining" headings.
We use 2 types of Simpson chimney 'all fuel' pipe. 1. we use DVL for the smoke pipe (connector pipe) from the furnace to the wall thimble or from the furnace to the ceiling support. and 2. we use Duratech for the pipe above the ceiling support box or at and after the wall thimble.
We use 3 types of Simpson chimney 'relining' pipe. 1. we still use DVL for the smoke pipe (connector pipe) from the furnace to the wall thimble and 2 & 3. we use Duraliner (rigid pipe) &/or Duraflex (flexible pipe) for the pipe at and after the wall thimble.
All this pipe has Stainless Steel components and should meet your requirements.
This has been a quick overview and more information is available at at the Simpson site plus pictures and instructions. You will find it well worth your while to peruse their site.
We advise that you plan a 'Tee' with a clean out cap at the flue outlet of the furnace. This 'Tee' will act as a sediment trap and prevent contaminents from sliding backward into your furnace. Call us too - we are here to help you. Joe :D
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Re: Chimneys - quick overview

Postby Keith Nelson » Mon Jun 22, 2009 5:47 pm

Great post Joe..... :ugeek:
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Re: Chimneys - quick overview

Postby Joe-Yukon Rep » Fri Jun 26, 2009 8:46 pm

Thank you Keith :D
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