I have a used Pocono top vent that I am trying to figure out how to install.
It is being powervented out a double hung window about six feet behind the stove.
I have the swg 4hds powervent, and I purchased the 6RC barometer, a manometer, some pipe, a tee, some wonderboard and stainless sheet for the window hole. I think I need the powervent oil and an elbow.
I am very confused as to how to install this. I am just concentrating on the physical layout for now.
Does the baro go in line just before the powervent, or should it come off a tee? From the manual, it seems that it should preferably be in a horizontal area, and certainly not at the flue outlet.
So does this sound right: From the stove back, the Pocono flue collar to straight vertical pipe, to elbow, to tee for ash trap, to horizontal pipe, to baro completely enclosed inline, directly into powervent, through the wonderboard, installed with the mounting plate on the inside of the room (with red silicone sealer)?
Or does the baro need to be able to let in cold air and therefore use a tee like on my oil furnace?
Thanks for any help.