5″ Stove Rear Exit Kit

$70.00

The rear exit kit allows you to exit your Dwarf 5kw out the rear flue exit of the stove. This keeps the stove top free so the entire stove top can be used as a cooking surface. The bottom of the tee also makes an easy clean-out for the flue.

Don’t forget clamps! Each section of pipe needs to be secured with either a Single Wall Pipe Clamp or three self-tapping stovepipe screws. We recommend ordering two clamps with the rear exit kit: one to secure the cap, one to connect the tee to the next section of pipe. Using clamps rather than screws will make removing the cap to clean the pipe easier.

Availability: Sold out, but more on the way! ETA January 2023 (Broccoli)

Made of 0.64 mm (22 gauge) carbon steel with welded seamless construction. Painted with black high-temp paint.

Kit Includes:

  • 5″ T – Fitting
  • 5″ Clean-out Cap

Kit does NOT include clamps, screws, or stove cement.

Tee comes approximately 7.5″ off the back of the stove

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.

 

Weight .25 oz

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  1. Question

    Dan Young

    How is this secured to the back of the stove? Do you have to screw it in, through the thick metal out on the stove?

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    • Heather McNabb

      Heather McNabb

      Hi Dan,

      The rear exit kit attaches to the flange on the back of the stove with stove cement. Some folks choose to add screws through the flue flange for added security in a moving structure, but that’s not generally necessary. If you plan to put screws through the flue flange, we recommend drilling pilot holes first.

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