Class A Chimney Pipe:
High-temperature, generally pack-insulated, multi-layered pipe, which has been tested to 2100 degrees F. Used to vent solid fuel-burning appliances like stoves, furnaces, and EPA Phase II certified fireplaces.
Metal band around the pipe, above the flashing that prevents water from entering between the pipe and flashing.
Sheet metal component with a flat base that seals the penetration in the roof where the pipe passes through.
Attic Insulation Shield / Roof Radiation Shield:
Chimney component that prevents insulation from being blown against the pipe and assures the pipe’s heat clearance requirements.
Ceiling Support / Chimney Support:
Generally the first piece of chimney that is fastened to the framing of the house and supports the entire weight of the chimney system. The bottom side often has a decorative collar and is exposed in the home’s interior.
Chimney Connector / Stove Pipe:
Single or double wall pipe that connects a solid fuel appliance to its chimney system.