3″ Black Single-Wall Stove Pipe


High quality single-wall stove pipe. Comes in (2) lengths: 20″ – 40″. Perfect for safely venting your small wood stove with a 3″ flue outlet.  Use our flue parts calculator to figure out exactly how much pipe you need for your project.

Don’t forget clamps! Every pipe joint needs to be secured with either a clamp or three stovepipe screws. We recommend ordering a pipe clamp along with each section of flue pipe.

The female end of this pipe also fits nicely over our Direct-Air kit for a more robust air supply pipe than aluminum dryer vent from the hardware store.  The Male end of this pipe fits inside the Salamander Hobbit direct air kit.

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Made of 0.64 mm (22 gauge) carbon steel with welded seamless construction. Painted with black high-temp paint. (This isn’t cheap snap lock pipe!)

Clearance from combustibles on single-wall pipe = 18″
(This can be reduced by 66% with a heat shield)


⚠ Warning: California Proposition 65

Use of this product can expose you to chemicals including soot, creosote, wood dust, and wood smoke containing carbon monoxide, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.  For more information, visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


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    Is this compatible with the Cubic Mimi Cub?

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      The Cubic Mini Cub and Grizzly use an odd-sized flue flange that is just a bit smaller than a standard 3″ stovepipe. If you want to use standard size pipes with the Cubic Mini, we carry a Cubic Mini Adapter here that will step up from the Cubic Mini flue flange (or the top of Cubic Mini’s stainless double-wall connector pipe) to a standard 3″ female end. From there, you can attach our 3″ single-wall pipe or our 3″ single-to-double adapter, or another standard size 3″ stovepipe and build the rest of the chimney in the standard pipe size.

      Note, though, that we don’t have an adapter to step back down to the smaller Cubic Mini size. So, if you use the adapter to step up to standard 3″, you need to continue in standard 3″ all the way to the chimney cap.

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