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Recently obtained a used Atlanta Stove. Got it for free, (if I bought the house). So it cost me $52, 800 for the stove.
I figured I coudl use it in carpentry shop and now I need to know the best way to vent it. Very unfamiliar with vent pipe and such but I heard from the guy I purchased the house from that it is a very good wood burning stove. I currently use a kerosene torpedo heater and it does work good but $$$$ to run it.
The outlet is a 6" hole that comes out of the back of the Stove. I want to avoid cutting a hole in my roof of my shop. It is metal and I just dont want to cut a hole in my roof. I have a thick wall to my shop since I built wood framed wall over the red iron framing. I believe it is about 14 inches thick frominside to outside finished. I have OSB walls on the inside and yes the shop is insulated directly under the metal exterior.
Shop height is 12 sidewalls.
My confusion comes from double wall or not, Black flu pipe or not. Clearances, especial coming through the osb walls. Proper hieght above shop, joint connection and such.
Can some one guide me the right way please.