Shepherd’s Hut Flue Kit 2
This flue kit has all of the components that you will need to install your small stove in a shepherd’s hut. This installation kit includes the following components:
- 1x Adaptor (100mm/4″ internal diameter to 125mm/5″ internal diameter flue)
- 1x 150mm of twin wall flue pipe (125mm/5″ internal diameter)
- 1x 90 degree T and cap in twin wall flue (125mm/5″ internal diameter)
- 1x Wall band (to suit 125mm/5″ internal diameter TW flue)
- 1x Wall support
- 2x Trim plates
- 2x 1000mm of twin wall flue pipe (125mm/5″ internal diameter)
- 1x 500mm of twin wall flue pipe (125mm/5″ internal diameter)
- 1x Rain cap cowl (125mm/5″ internal diameter)
- 1x Cartridge of fire cement
- 1x Cartridge of heatproof silicone sealant
Our small stove has a 4” outlet, and we use 4”/100mm diameter single wall flue. If you would like a flue kit with a 5″/125mm sizing, then please specify this in the order note.
Please note that our stove is not included with this installation kit.
In contrast to our first shepherd’s hut flue kit, this installation kit exits from the back of our small stove with the use of our rear exit kit. The flue pipes in this shepherd’s hut flue kit are designed to exit through the wall of your shepherd’s hut, before going straight up in twin wall flue. This installation kit frees up a substantial amount of space inside your shepherd’s hut, and our rear exit kit also liberates the top of the stove so that you have extra space to boil a kettle or to cook on your stovetop. If you’re looking to do a lot of wood-fired cooking then it’s also worth adding the stainless steel cooktop option to your small stove. This helps to prevent any abrasion that can be caused by your pans and it’s also removable, which makes it quick and easy to clean.
On the other hand, if you’re not tight on space and if you’re looking to do much cooking on your stovetop, then our first shepherd’s hut flue kit might be more suited to your needs. With this installation kit, you will benefit from extra heat being radiated from your single wall flue, and this setup is more straightforward and affordable.
Do I need an AD cowl?
If your shepherd’s hut 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. To eliminate this, the rain cap which is included in this flue kit can be swapped for an anti-down draught cowl.
Don’t forget to also check out our case studies page to see how other people have incorporated our small stove into the design of their shepherd’s hut!