Gas Appliance Chimney Liner Sizing Chart
Chimney liner sizing charts
are provided as general size guideline for venting gas appliances. Always consult the NFPA 54 Code Book for your specific application.
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Choosing a Length
The best way to size your chimney liner is by dropping a tape measure from the top of the chimney crown and measure the distance from that point to the thimble or opening where your appliance or stove will connect to the chimney. It’s always a good idea to add an extra foot or two just in case.
Choosing a Diameter
A general rule of thumb is to see what size outlet is on your stove or appliance. In most cases, fireplace inserts require 6 inch diameter chimney liner. Wood stoves generally require between 6-8 in diameter chimney liner.
In any situation you should first consult the manufacturers instructions of your appliance before installing a liner.
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Open Fireplace Liner Sizes
The chimney liner sizing chart below uses a 10-1 ratio. A 10-1 ratio should be used for chimneys less than 25 feet in height and a 12-1 ratio for chimneys greater than 25 feet in height.
|Up to 600 sq. in
|601 – 760 sq. in.
|761 – 942 sq. in.
|943 – 1140 sq. in.
|1141 – 1356 sq. in.
|1357 – 1846 sq. in.
Below are liner sizing charts
gas/oil appliance liners:
Choosing a Diameter for non-round chimney liner
This chimney liner sizing chart will help you find the dimensions of ovalized, squarized, and rectangularized chimney liner. Start by finding the chimney liners minor outside dimension from the left side of the chart. Move across to the right to find the major outside dimension. Then move up to the topmost header. This will give you the round pipe size you will need before ovalization.
Oval Shape Liner Sizing Chart
Rectangle Shape Liner Sizing Chart
Square Shape Liner Sizing Chart
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