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Does any body out there know of a source for old Heatilator stovepipe? I need to replace several sections of rusted-through above the roofline pipe, and Heatilator hasn't made that style of pipe since 1999.

The stove is a Heatilator Mark 700, and the pipe is 9" inner, 14" outer.
I have contacted the folks at Heatilator, and they gave me 3 different phone numbers of folks who might have pipe, but none of them have panned out. One person in Minnesota, one in Michigan, one in Louisiana.

Thanks in advance for your efforts.

(post #113436, reply #1 of 16)

Greetings n,


This post, in response to your question, will bump the thread through the 'recent discussion' listing again.


Perhaps it will catch someone's attention that can help you with advice.


Cheers



 



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(post #113436, reply #2 of 16)

There may be a reason why it's not made any more. I don't really know what 'heatilator stovepipe' is, but if it involves extracting heat from the exhaust gases of a wood stove or fireplace, I wouldn't recommend it. Cooled exhaust gases condense creosote, which can be bulky, messy, and in the worst case quite flamable. Chimney fires result from creosote that ignites and are very dangerous.


Scott.


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(post #113436, reply #3 of 16)

Look for someone who's taking some out in your area. I got rid of some double-wall flue pipe by putting it in the front yard with a "free" sign. It's good to recycle if you can.


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HEATILATOR (post #113436, reply #4 of 16)

GOOD MORNING!

i HAVE ONE SECTION        NEW       IN THE BOX

CAYALOG NO. 913  CHIMNEY SECTION

36" LONG      9"  ID      14"   OD

Provide your regular email address and I can send pictures.  I am in Doylestown, Ohio.

donholden@aol.com

DH

 

 

Do you still have the pipe section? (post #113436, reply #5 of 16)

Looking for just what you had 4 years ago.

Heatilator Mark 700 Stove Pipe (post #113436, reply #6 of 16)

I just removed my Heatliator Mark 123 Catolog# 3036 ZC fireplace. Along with the fireplace, I have in used but excellent condition, four extentions 9" ID, 14" OD Heatilator Mark 700 stove pipe (no rust). The sections are 1 - 2ft starter section, 2 - 3ft sections Catolog# 913, and 1 - 2ft section. I also have the top cap and cover. I'm located in the Minneaplois area.

You should be replying to (post #113436, reply #7 of 16)

You should be replying to marrowsroofing.


Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity over humanity, nothing exceeds most of the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well-warmed, and well-fed.  --Herman Melville

Need to remove Heatilator and chimney (post #113436, reply #8 of 16)

Hi!  Can you tell me where to begin on taking the chimney out?  I have no instructions.

Stove Pipe (post #113436, reply #10 of 16)

Do you still have stove pipe sections? If so do you know the part number or a picture of the connection end?

Heatilator chimney pipe (post #113436, reply #11 of 16)

I am in dire need of more sections of this exact pipe.  Do you still have it?  If so I would be interested in working something out with you.

Heatilator Mark 700 chimney pipe (post #113436, reply #12 of 16)

I have 20' of this pipe. (6) 3 foot sections and (1) 2 foot section. I also have the chimney cap. I live in Central Utah. PM me if you are in need.

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do you still have this? (post #113436, reply #15 of 16)

Hi,

 

Do you still have these parts if so how much are you asking for them?

Thank you,

Loretta

heatilator (post #113436, reply #16 of 16)

would you still happen to have this Mark 700 pipe sections?

Heatalator. (post #113436, reply #9 of 16)

Normally I try to avoid these antique posts. But...the last time I delt with Heatalator (about 12 years ago) they had certain dates when they ran production of old model pipes. You needed to order them and wait til they had a production run, but you could still get replacement pipe sections. This is not obvious on line, so you'd need to contact them directly.

heatilator chimney pipe (post #113436, reply #13 of 16)

Im missing the top section of my chimney and i was hoping you still had the rain cap and some sections left and if so i would pay for them and frieght to ship them thank you for your time 

heatilator chimney pipe (post #113436, reply #14 of 16)

Im missing the top section of my chimney and i was hoping you still had the rain cap and some sections left and if so i would pay for them and frieght to ship them thank you for your time