Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Wood Stove Pipe Silicone Stuff, a Video Review

I'm currently testing a new sealant for my wood stove pipes. I think, in retrospect many of the issues comes from the bend, the elbow. But by doing it this way, my roof stays in tact, with no leaking issues.

Still, the window option is working, but a little more fanaggling.

If the heat on these pipes is a little intense, then I let it cool a bit before adding more wood. Its pretty fast.

1 comment:

  1. I bought one of these from ChimneyHeaters.com . I installed and it works fine. Heats my 2000 square foot house. I have the pump connected to a UPS but I am not sure how long the pump will run if the electric goes out. I had it installed all winter and did not have to turn on my Electric heat once which saved me about 200 euro a month here in Romania.The Electric is not stable here so I had to rush to take out the fire a couple of times
    because the water pump had stopped and the pressure valves were going off. The UPS will
    solve that but I don't know how long a UPS will keep my central pump going. I will attach a pic of what chimney heaters are in case you are not familiar with them. The pump is a Grundfos and has three speeds.