TCMW wrote:thxs captcaper
thats what I am doing 35' but no gable to offset.
just curious, was your 6" ss 316 or 304 inside? how did it hold up? seem like the thing to do is to keep it dry, clean and i saw someone in here said they lightly oiled the inside during off season.
great burn info.
Mine was 6 in. inside. Double walled which made it 8 in across. So 1 in of insulation around the inner 6in pipe. Inside was different SS then outside. I bought mine at Lowes..Go the Selkirk.com that makes SuperPro SSPipe and download the PDF catalog and write down all the part numbers you might need. At the Lowes plumbing dept a fellow will open the computer there and order the parts. They came fast and I returned extra stuff with no problem even though I ordered it. They had the best pricing. The pipe is twist and lock and has held up against many storms. It sticks up high and away from the roof so I got the roof bracket SuperPro offers. Also I doubled up on the wall brackets. They have quite a selection. The pipe is made by Selkirk and is called SuperPro. Can't remember what grade SS. It has held up for 6 or 7 years now fine. I have a chimney cap on it.
It's at the end of the season and threw the summer that the water or moisture might work havoc and not during the season when burning. As long as it's dry your o.k. against sulfur effects. What I did at the end of the season was to burn oil from the truck oil changes. I got a big cast pot and put some rags in there and lit it up. The smoke and oil soot coats the lining inside the pipe for the summer.