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Flue pipe 80 mm for pellet stoves

We are a professional supplier of smoke pipe chimneys for pellet-burning stoves - We have over 20 years experience. Fast deliveries with track & trace info to your mail within 24 hours in weekdays. All our chimney pipes are verified CE certified. 


Pelletstove CE ceritified flue pipes 80 mm

A pellet stove can be a cost-effective and efficient heat source. However, it's important to note that the installation of a pellet stove and its corresponding chimney pipe must be done in accordance with local safety regulations to ensure the safety of its users.

It is correct that a CE marked chimney pipe is required when installing a pellet stove. This pipe meets European standards and has been tested for safety and performance. A CE marked chimney pipe can increase the efficiency of the pellet stove and reduce the emission of harmful gases.

It is important to select the correct size and type of chimney pipe for your pellet stove and to install it correctly. It is recommended to consult a professional installer to determine the appropriate size, type, and installation method for the chimney pipe, as well as to ensure that it complies with local regulations and requirements.

Chimney spareparts for Pelletstove

When installing a flue pipe for a pellet stove, it is important to use the proper gasket and joint sleeve to ensure a secure and airtight connection. Here are some steps to follow when using a rubber gasket and joint sleeve for a Ø80 millimeter flue pipe:

  1. Clean the ends of the flue pipe and ensure that they are smooth and free of any debris or burrs.

  2. Place the rubber gasket on one end of the flue pipe. Make sure the gasket is properly centered and fits snugly around the pipe.

  3. Insert the joint sleeve into the rubber gasket. Make sure the sleeve is properly aligned with the pipe and gasket.

  4. Push the second flue pipe into the joint sleeve until it is fully seated. Make sure the connection is tight and secure.

  5. Clean the pipe and pipe support regularly to prevent the buildup of creosote and other debris. Use a stiff brush or chimney cleaning kit to clean the inside of the pipe.

  6. Inspect the pipe and support for any signs of damage or wear. Replace any damaged or worn components immediately.

Important: It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and local building codes when installing and maintaining a flue pipe for a pellet stove. Using the proper gasket and joint sleeve, as well as regularly cleaning the pipe and support, can help ensure safe and efficient operation of the pellet stove.

80 mm smoke pipe extension for pellet stoves

A smoke pipe extension, also known as a pipe extension or pipe length, is used to extend the length of the smoke pipe in a pellet stove installation. It is typically required when the distance between the stove and the chimney or vent system needs to be increased to ensure proper exhaust ventilation. Here are some key points to consider when using a smoke pipe extension:

  1. Length and Diameter: The extension should match the diameter and length specifications of the existing smoke pipe. Common diameters for pellet stove pipes are 3" or 4", but it's important to check the manufacturer's recommendations for your specific stove model.

  2. Compatibility: Ensure that the extension is compatible with the type of smoke pipe you are using, whether it is stainless steel or black steel. It should also have the appropriate connections to fit securely with the existing smoke pipe sections.

  3. Installation: When installing a smoke pipe extension, it is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and local building codes. The extension should be securely connected to the existing smoke pipe sections using appropriate joints or connectors. It is crucial to create a tight and secure seal to prevent any leaks.

  4. Support: Depending on the length and weight of the extension, additional support may be required to prevent sagging or stress on the pipe. Use proper pipe brackets or supports as recommended by the manufacturer.

  5. Clearances: Ensure that the smoke pipe extension maintains the required clearances from combustible materials as specified in the stove's installation instructions and local building codes.

It is crucial to consult the manufacturer's guidelines and local building codes to ensure a safe and compliant installation. If you are unsure about the installation process or have specific requirements, it is recommended to seek assistance from a professional installer or technician.