6-11″ High Temp Silicone Tent Stove Jack


This high-temp silicone tent stove jack creates a safe, water-tight seal when passing your chimney pipe through a soft-sided structure like a tent or a yurt.  Fits our 4″ and 5″ insulated pipe (6″ and 7″ outer diameter) out of the box with no trimming.  Can be trimmed to fit larger pipes up to 11″ diameter.

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SKU: 6-11IN-TSJACK Categories: ,

Finally, a tent stove jack large enough to fit Class A chimney pipe! Smaller stove jacks have been used for years to safely vent portable “hot tent” stove chimneys through a cloth tent, but they’re too small to accommodate stove chimneys used for serious heating. Whether you’re setting up a canvas wall tent for cold-season glamping or a cozy off-grid yurt for year-round living, a safe, air-tight, and water-tight chimney installation is a must!

Our 6-11″ High Temp Silicone Tent Stove Jack adapts our most popular 6-11″ gray silicone pipe boot for use with a soft-sided structure like a tent or yurt. A set of stainless steel rings secures the boot to the roof or wall of your soft-sided structure, creating a durable, weather-proof seal.

Installation is easy: use one of the mounting rings as a pattern to mark the position of each bolt, and then cut the bolt holes in your fabric wall or roof.* Bolt the stove jack in place using the included hardware with a mounting ring on each side. Finally, cut away the fabric wall material from the inside of your stove jack and install your chimney pipe.

*Optionally, add silicone caulk (not included) between the exterior of the tent fabric and the pipe boot flange for added protection from water penetration in roof installations or driving rain. It’s probably not necessary for most tent wall installations, but wouldn’t hurt.

Pitch Limitations:

4″ Insulated Pipe: 7/12 with 2″ clearance, 7/12 with zero clearance – limitation due to boot’s inability to bend at steeper angles
5″ Insulated Pipe: 2/12 with 2″ clearance, 7/12 with zero clearance

Any combustible materials must be removed to 2″ away from the insulated pipe passing through the roof.wall. A non-combustible surface (e.g. a metal roof with no wood sheathing underneath) can be cut closer to the pipe, but not touching.


⚠ 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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