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anyone familiar with woodbarrel, stoves, , 55 gallon drums?

 
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anyone familiar with woodbarrel, stoves, , 55 gallon drums?
, ok, specifics, ., over 10 yrs, ago, husband and mostly his friend, whos a jack of all trades, installed single wall, , pipe, , you know the black coated?, anyhows, , what im sure happened, prematurely, , is the detached metal garage we had built yrs ago, they , slip sod, work, , , , between the metal screws, , was, never right, loose, along mostly the edges, , of the garage roof, causing , rot, to ythose precious, timbers up there, , also, in the center of any roof, in the middle, , its supposed to vent at the i believe its called the ridgeline, , , well, they , just never cut out, the bubble insulation there as well, , which is , all that part needs to breathe, anyways yrs ago, i cut it, , allowing all air and humidy to rise up and out, and soon after that, , grace of god was able to get , independant contractor, to , gently powerwash off, all, , and dry good, then, , lots of lexel, on each and every screw up there entire roof., , and , they came back 3 times to really make sure, , , , i had done tons research, and this was, the best way, and , to really seal it, hopefuly forever., , anyhows, the moisture , damage i believe was done, , premeturley , on these single wall, flue pipes, , , thin layer of surface rust., well i researched, and, , got, a lot off, , and will be getting all, off i can, , also, useing wiping off , low cost, , rubbing alcohol, for later, after these winter temps are trully gone, i want , all prep, and, , hi temp 1200 degree, , flue pipe paint., , can be done by a mini roller, , , , but in meantime my question is this., , the lowest single wall, pipe, has, , , the one, neast to the barrel stove itself, right there, theres , , a small gap., so that will need repalced, for sure., in the meantime ive been , using foil tape., but we all know , , the temps., they say, , anywheres from 600-800 degrees, , , , , what im asking is, , , several routes i could go, , besides of course, getting that 1 piece, , , replaced by a contractor along with the new barrel and kit we have, but, along with, , , either a hi temp foil , metal heat tape, or, or , at that jiont, , , i know there are , collars, hi temp, i found , at least 1 online, they are collars, hi temp, metal, several inches wide, with adjustable , like , , with bolts, or wingnut type., , so one could, slip them over , but then again, that may not work, because these stove barrel kits, have a wierd concoction, , , , flange, design, so anyone know , does a hi temp, rated foil, or , stainless steel metal, tape, , at least 800 degrees or above even exsist?,, personally i want it all to be repalced, with duravent double wall, , , , you need adapters as well, see, the 2 upper sections that go through the roof, and all to the cap, is all duravent doublewall, with secured brackets up there. , anyways , , i ll be talking to independant contractors here soon, was just wanting all, options, , so if anyone knows, and i have seen, , expensive hi temp, tapes, , , its always the adhesion, you d have to, you know, but is a very good question?, , thank you all., , for any imput, you might have, oh, , , the inside flue falnge kit says 6 inch, so, that means i would need, 6 inch< either single wall, or 6 inch double wall, correct.?, ,
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Re: anyone familiar with woodbarrel, stoves, , 55 gallon drums?
Please restate your question(s) in simple form. You aren't going to get much help with just a wall of disjointed text.

If you are asking if you should replace the single wall pipe with double wall, then I would probably say yeah. Talk to a dealer.
I don't have the time or the crayons to explain this to you.



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Re: anyone familiar with woodbarrel, stoves, , 55 gallon drums?
Please restate your question(s) in simple form. You aren't going to get much help with just a wall of disjointed text.

If you are asking if you should replace the single wall pipe with double wall, then I would probably say yeah. Talk to a dealer.
 Quoting: Bennder


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Re: anyone familiar with woodbarrel, stoves, , 55 gallon drums?
cant make sense of your question.

Use shot sentances and lay it out.


Bring in a pie as well, helps us think
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Re: anyone familiar with woodbarrel, stoves, , 55 gallon drums?
I’m guessing you have no idea how much double wall flue pipe costs…

Single is fine for a metal building.
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Re: anyone familiar with woodbarrel, stoves, , 55 gallon drums?
Please restate your question(s) in simple form. You aren't going to get much help with just a wall of disjointed text.

If you are asking if you should replace the single wall pipe with double wall, then I would probably say yeah. Talk to a dealer.
 Quoting: Bennder


ok mainly im asking anyone know of a good, hi temp foil, or meatl type tape, , that might, , , also help , seal, after i get the pipe installed>, , most are rated for hi temp of 600 degrees, , the adhesion, part, , with the heat is always the porblem, , and, i will be getting some in the near future and try for myself, after the , work is done, , , just wondered if anyone knew of any , hi temp foil tapes, rated , above 600 degrees?, , i know its a crapshoot, we have to buy and try, at least there costs are not too high., , just added , protection, and always good to have on hand.





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