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SS Chimney pipe Question

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  • SS Chimney pipe Question

    I'm building a Casa2G oven and am at the point where I need to address the roof and top of chimney. I have a 4 pitch (front to back) roof and a 24" single wall 6" SS chimney pipe coming up through the roof (with appropriate clearance).

    I want to pass through a storm collar, then I presume go to double wall pipe on the exterior (or maybe not??), ending with a chimney cap.

    So my two questions are: should I use double wall pipe on the outside run and if so, how do I mate 6" single wall pipe to double wall and where (in relation to the storm collar).

    Thanks for any advice......