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Old 10-06-2013, 09:09 AM
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Yippee!! Dome completed with vent and flue.

Let me once again thank all those that have given me valuable assistance along the way to Pizzadom.

It may not be as grande as some of those I tried to copy, but the hard bits done.

I shall leave it for a week or so before curing the oven and maybe it will be next spring before I do the outer insulation, winter is on its way here and is expected to be the worst for 100 years.

I really wanted to cure the oven before the on set of minus 25 degrees C being worried about the dampness in the bricks freezing and cracking.

The chimney flue will eventually go through the roof of the barn but it may have to be angled to veer it away from the ridge tiles and a beam that is in the way.

Will putting 2 90 degree bends in the flue line make a problem for the draw?
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Old 10-06-2013, 09:23 AM
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45 degree bends are recommended can you do 4-45 degree bends at spaced intervals instead of 2-90s. that would be better. It looks to me as if you should be able to get away with 2-45 degrees before your roof and get a significant offset, the first 45 could be right at the top of the oven.
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Old 10-06-2013, 10:18 AM
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Hi Chip,
I've not seen 45's but I've just remembered that there is a local guy who makes guttering in these parts and he could perhaps make one to measure of any angle desired, In fact now I think about it I might get him to finish the flue and put it through the roof at the same time.
A couple of months back I saw him on the side of the road with a puncture so I stopped to assist, his jack had broken and so I used mine, so I think he owes me one for a bit of discount anyhow.

Just taken a couple of photos to try show the little problem, it might be he can put it straight vertical but it going to be right on the ridge tiles as you can perhaps just see, the other photo shows where it will miss the ridge and other beams if vertical cant be done.
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Old 10-06-2013, 12:23 PM
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45s are available in insulated or uninsulated here in the states. You may also be able to get an adjustable elbow in uninsulated.
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Old 10-06-2013, 12:27 PM
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Here is an adjustable stainless single wall on eBay.
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Old 10-06-2013, 11:37 PM
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Two major problems, three if you count the undersized flue.

The first problem is that the flue looks like its made of gal and will last about 10 fires if you are lucky, the other problem is taking a single flue past all that timber in the roof.
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Old 10-07-2013, 05:24 AM
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If you lower the connection point, it will help you clear the ridge framing and keep your angled run of pipe further away from your roof sheathing. You want a minimum of 2" clearance between your flue and combustibles.
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And, as mentioned, get rid of that flue if it's single wall. That should be a double or triple wall SS flue
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:20 AM
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Many Thanks guys for your concerns, I shall take on board what you say.

will use the local guy to knock something up, when I see him.

No fire laws here regarding chimneys and nearly every house in the country burns wood, as far as I'm aware only Sofia the capital has mains gas to some properties.

That being said I do not disregard safety when messing with fires.
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Old 10-08-2013, 01:07 PM
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To save costs you can use a double insulated flue just where it passes through the roof instead of the whole height of the pipe.
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