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stove pipe deck fitting and charlie nobels

I have spent hours searching for a way to seal off the stove pipe above
deck during heavy weather. ABI makes a plate for the flu / smoke stack
that can be sealed (p/n 120242 or 120243). However, nothing is
available for the air intake (a 3" pipe and hole). I could use the
exhaust fitting that ABI makes for the intake, but it requires a 5
7/16" hole cutout and I hate to have to enlarge the intake hole just
for that.

What do people do to seal off their intake & exhaust for their stoves /
heaters in heavy seas?

Frank
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stove pipe deck fitting and charlie nobels

Frank, I''m not sure what other folks do. I am in the process of installing my wood stove in our sailboat. I, like you, have a Charley Noble and will install it on the exhaust pipe. I plan to cap it off when sailing and the stove is not in use. What I plan to do is to have a welding shop make me a cap out of stainless steel. Or to have a local heating and airconditioning company that does estensive work with sheet metal and stainless steel fabricate a cap for me. Would it be possible for you to do the same with your intake pipe? Regards, Peter
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