Many wood-burning stoves come with the choice of attaching the flue pipe to either a top or rear flue exit. All things being equal, it’s best for a flue pipe to go up in a straight line in order to achieve the best draw and most efficient burn from your woodburner. This is the set-up we will use here.
For the adaptor you have the following options:
- Single to twin wall adapter
To be pushed into the stove opening; sits inside the spigot of your stove and then connect to other twin wall flue pipe above.
- Single to twin wall adapter with a masking Flat masking shroud 500mm
Our flat masking shroud is designed to hide the adapter which is inserted into the spigot of your stove / appliance, where there is a step up in diameter. It is 500mm in length.
- Single to twin wall adapter - conical (for a better look)
This insulated twin wall conical adapter is used to connect the stove to the twin wall flue system; you can insert it into the stove's spigot being sure to cut the adapter down making it flush.With its tapered design it is more aesthetically pleasing than the standard adapter.
- Standard length (500 or 1000mm) with build-in adapter (for clean look)
A straight length with a built in adapter, designed to sit on top of the stove to give a clean look.
- Adjustable stove connector length (for clean look and easy maintenance)
A 500mm straight length with a built in adapter, designed to sit on top of the stove to give a clean look.
The adjustable stove connector length allows you to remove the stove for maintenance without the need to take down the whole system.