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asked in category: General Last Updated: 20th March, 2020

How hot can a flue pipe get?

The typical cause of a chimney fire is the combustion of creosote inside the chimney. There are many ways to combat or prevent this, and one of them is to keep the flue warmer than 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures above this point are too hot for creosote to condense on the surface of the chimney flue.

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Likewise, how hot can stove pipe get?

I usually get the pipe to 500 - 550 upon initial start up and close down the air to run the stove top temperature around 450. I would like to run the stove top temp to 600 as Jotul says the best range is 400-600. **All temp readings are the surface temperatures.

how hot does double wall pipe get? These pipes only need a 2-inch clearance to combustibles because they remain cool on the outside, while their internal design allows them to withstand temperatures as high as 1,700 or 2,100 degrees Fahrenheit for a limited time.

Also know, what temperature is too hot for a wood stove?

Recommended wood stove temperature range is between 110 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. It's important to note that today's stoves allow for efficient controlling of airflow. By controlling how much air gets in, you dictate how slowly the wood burns. Burn wood too quickly and you're wasting heat.

How hot does triple wall stove pipe get?

Double- and triple-wall insulated pipe is listed as Class A vent pipe and must meet either UL standard 103 or 103HT. UL standard 103 requires pipe capable of safety operating with an internal temperature of 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit and withstanding a maximum temperature of 1,700 degrees Fahrenheit.

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