Matt black, single wall, stovepipe. Its enamelled interior and exterior ensure the durability of the colour and increases its resistance to high temperatures and condensation. At 1mm steel thickness the stovepipe can be easily cut to the required size using fine-grain grinding disks.
A black stovepipe is used to vent the stoves exhaust out of the living space and into a chimney liner or chimney system. This is commonly called "connector pipe". For use as flue stove connection for domestic and commercial heating appliances to flue/chimney.
The first part will slot inside the collar via the male spigot at the bottom end of the pipe.
By building regulations the single skin flues must terminate at least 450mm below combustible ceilings (otherwise 150mm) Also the flue must be three times it's diameter away from combustible materials - ie for a 150mm single skin flue pipe you must have a 450mm circle around the centre line of the flue in which there are no combustible materials.