A 45 Degree Elbow is used whenever you need to offset the stove pipe to avoid an obstacle like a beam, peak of the ceiling, etc.
Note: a straight installation is always best and elbow offsets should be used only when necessary.
- Built to last our single wall stove pipe is made of 21 gauge steel which is 9% thicker than 22 gauge steel and 27% thicker than 24 gauge steel
- Painted with high temperature black paint for a long lasting beautiful finish that won't chip or peel
- Requires 18" clearance to combustible materials including walls, ceilings, wood mantles, etc. Can not be run through walls, ceilings, and should not be used outside where exposed to the elements.
- Can be connected to any brand of Class-A insulated chimney pipe.
Our single wall stove pipe is made of 22 gauge high quality steel and painted black with high temperature paint for a beautiful finish. Welded seams means each section of pipe comes assembled and ready to install. Pre-drilled holes and metal screws are provided to secure each section of stove pipe to the next.