100mm Twin Wall Insulated Flue Pipe – AD Cowl
This twin wall insulated flue part has a 100mm/4″ diameter. It’s made in the UK to the highest specification by Midtherm, and it has a beautiful stainless steel finish.
An anti-down draught cowl will help to eliminate any issues with the draw of your flue, which could be caused by stormy weather, or if your structure is surrounded by trees or other buildings.
Midtherm flue parts are only compatible with other flue parts from the Midtherm range.
Please note that any new orders for flue parts could take up to 10 working days to be delivered. If you need flue parts before this, then please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss availability.
This twin wall insulated flue pipe has a 100mm/4” internal diameter, and it works brilliantly with your Hobbit stove, Hobbit SE or Little Range Cook Stove! All of our stoves have a 100mm/4” outlet. This means that you can connect directly into the top or rear of our small wood burning stoves with a 100mm/4” single wall flue pipe, which can then be converted into twin wall flue. Alternatively, you could connect your stove to an adaptor, which can be connected straight into a twin wall flue system.
An AD cowl is the final piece to your flue system, and it will be inserted at the very top of your flue. If your structure is surrounded by trees or other buildings, then there might not be a consistent flow of air across the top of your flue. On stormy days you might experience down draught problems, where the flue draw momentarily stops. This can potentially lead to smoke being blown back into the stove, and the AD cowl helps to eliminate this from happening.
Our twin wall insulated flue pipes can also be used as part of an installation kit. Twin wall flue parts tend to be used outside of your chosen structure, and just before your flue system exits your room. However, using twin wall flue inside your campervan, shepherd’s hut, tiny home, canal boat, yurt or horse box will enable you to position your flue system much closer to combustible materials, which is particularly useful if you’re tight on space!
Twin wall flue parts can be placed just 50mm away from combustible materials, whereas single wall flue will need to be placed at least 3 times its diameter away from combustible materials, and 1.5 times its diameter away from non-combustible materials. This means that our 100mm/4” single wall flue pipes will need to be situated at least 300mm away from a combustible surface, and at least 150mm away from a non-combustible surface.
If you need your flue system to exit through the wall of your small space – rather than through the roof – then we’ve designed two different wall exit kits, which both utilise twin wall flue parts. Using one of these flue systems is also a great solution if you’re looking to install your small wood burning stove into a kitchen, where you might not be able to connect to a chimney.
You can take a look through our case studies to see how other people have installed their small wood burning stove, and you can check out our blog for lots of useful articles and videos which will guide you through your installation process. If you’re still stuck, then please feel free to contact us, as we offer a bespoke flue consultancy service free of charge to help you install your Hobbit, Hobbit SE or Little Range Cook Stove into your chosen space!