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How to Install a DuraTech Insulated Chimney Pipe

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Below you will find a two illustrations for how to install a DuraTech Insulated Chimney Pipe. 

They both illustrate a typical DuraVent through the ceiling installation.

The first illustration includes the chimney cap, wall strap, tee with cap, wall thimble, adapter and tee support.

The second illustrates the chimney cap, storm collar, flashing, attic insulation shield, firestop radiation shield, adjustable wall strap, chimney pipe, ceiling support box, DVL/DurBlack chimney adapter, DVO or DuraBlack pipe and an appliance adapter. NOTE: Wall bands are recommended every 6 feet.

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How to Install a DuraTech Insulated Chimney Pipe 1

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