- This kit contains a 20″ insulated section to pass horizontally through the wall instead of a 10″ section. Soft-sided structures typically need a few extra inches of horizontal distance for a successful installation.
- This kit does not contain a thimble to pass through the wall. If you have a soft-sided structure with minimal wall thickness like a canvas yurt or wall tent, you can either provide your own stove jack (must fit 6″ outer diameter pipe), or rivet a pipe boot to a ceiling trim plate with your wall material and some sealant sandwiched in between. If you have a hard-sided yurt with some thickness to the walls, you’ll want to modify a thimble with an angle grinder to match your wall thickness and enforce the 2″ clearance to combustibles required when passing through the wall.
- Since tents and yurts are typically not rigid enough to support the vertical chimney, the tee support bracket and wall support bracket included in this kit should face away from the structure, and attach to a post securely sunk into the ground.
Note: This kit does not include any of the vertical insulated pipe you’ll need between the insulated tee and the roof vent, and only includes a short section of single-wall pipe. Since every installation is a little bit different, lengths of pipe apart from the minimum required for most installations are sold separately. You will need enough insulated pipe between the tee and the roof vent to get 3′ above your roof line, or 2′ above any part of the structure within 10′, whichever is higher. If you want more than 16″ of vertical single-wall pipe inside your space, you’ll need to order that separately. Use our flue parts calculator to help figure out how much extra pipe you need in addition to the kit.
If you need assistance with calculating how much pipe you need contact us with your plans and the dimension of your space.
⚠ 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.