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Chimney diameter ... is 7" enough?

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  • Chimney diameter ... is 7" enough?


    I am building a 42". I've been looking around for a steel chimney pipe. I have found one that is 7" internal diameter.

    I was wondering if that will be big enough for the 42" oven?

    Any advise will be appreciated


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    Re: Chimney diameter ... is 7" enough?

    The rule of thumb for building a fireplace in a house is that the flue shouldnt be less than 10% of the fire opening, more is better.

    Not sure if that applies to ovens, but having said that an oven is just a fireplace laying down so maybe its the same?
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