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    I built a pompeii oven with a 48 inch interior diameter using the FB plans. I'm venting with clay pipe from the mouth of the oven to the top of the dome. I need to run the flue up 2 floors. Any recommendations on what diameter flue and clay pipe I need?


  • #2
    Re: flue questions

    Hey Buix5, have you had a look at Dmun's build:


    It's a smaller oven, but has a tall chimney like you describe, also a meticulously documented build. Lots of good info.



    • #3
      Re: flue questions

      I have a 40" Pompeii with an 8" round steel flue 10' high and it draws a treat with absolutely no smoke out the front arch.
      I would play it safe and run either an 8" square or preferable 10" round stainless flue if I was to install one.

      If you don't succeed the first time, try again and again until you get it right!