4” Single-Wall Telescoping Stove Pipe

$60.00

4″ single-wall telescoping stove pipe adjusts from 11″-16″. This 5″ of margin is extremely useful to easily connect sections of pipe between the chimney and stove pipe plus it gives you the ability to easily remove the stove pipe and clean your flue from the inside of your space. 

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.

Use our flue parts calculator to figure out exactly how much pipe you need for your project.

Availability: In stock (can be backordered)

SKU: 4"Telescoping Category:

Made of 0.64 mm (22 gauge) carbon steel & painted with high-temp paint. Seamless construction. (This isn’t cheap snap-lock pipe!)

Single-wall stove pipe can be secured together with heat-safe self-tapping screws or our single-wall pipe clamps.

 

⚠ 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.

 

Weight 28 oz
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 14.5 in

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  1. Question

    Farley

    What clearance is needed for the single and double walled 4 inch stove pipe? Thanks!

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    • Dan

      Dan

      Our single-wall pipe requires 18″ clearance to combustibles, and our double-wall insulated pipe requires 2″ clearance. You can reduce clearance by up to 2/3 with a proper heat shield.

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    Kirk

    What does the inside of the pipe look like? I’d be using this for a coal boiler, and would not want any internal crevices to collect ash or impede clean out using a flue brush.

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      Dan

      Kirk-

      Thanks for the question. The inside of the pipe looks pretty much identical to the outside. There’s a female end at the top and a crimped male end at the bottom. There is also a telescoping joint in the middle where one pipe slides into the other. This is solid-fuel rated stovepipe, so there is no issue with using a flue brush to clean it. If you prefer a pipe without a telescoping joint in the middle, we carry this same pipe in solid 20″ and 40″ sections here.

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