3" x 36" PolyPro Single Wall Straight Pipe Zoom

3" x 36" PolyPro Single Wall Straight Pipe

SKU:3PPS-36

Brand: DuraVent

DuraVent
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Specs

Vent Type: Straight Pipe
Vent Construction: Single Wall
Fuel Type: Gas
Length (Inches): 36"
Diameter (Inches): 3"
Material: Polypropylene
Warranty: 10 Year Limited

Description for DuraVent 3PPS-36

Use to vent condensing appliances. 2"/60mm of overlap at the joint. Listed to ULC S636. Locking bands are required at all joint connections 2"-4" diameters.

PolyPro. is engineered for use with category II and IV condensing gas/oil appliances and heating equipment, including tankless water heaters, high efficiency water heaters, condensing boilers and warm air furnaces.

Application
PolyPro is a polypropylene vent pipe for use with ANSI Category II and IV gas-burning appliances, including high efficiency water heaters, condensing boilers and warm air furnaces. PolyPro is listed by Intertek to the ULC SC636 standard in Canada as a Class IIA, IIB and IIC vent system suitable for exhaust temperatures up to 230F / 110C, and a maximum positive pressure of 15 in-w.c.

Materials and Construction
Rigid pipe constructed of 2.2mm (minimum) thick polypropylene. Flex is double-wall polypropylene. EPDM or optional Viton Gaskets.

Clearances
0" clearance to combustible for exhaust temperatures up to 194F / 90C, and 0" clearance for vertical installations up to exhaust temperatures of 230F / 110C and 1/4" / 6mm clearance to combustibles for horizontal installations at exhaust temperatures up to 230F / 110C. PolyPro concentric vent system components, including concentric Horizontal Termination and Vertical Termination, are listed at 0" clearance to combustibles for exhaust temperatures up to 230F / 110C.

Listings
Listed with the appliance in the USA and Canada, check with appliance manufacturer. Intertek / ETL listed to ULC S636 Listed as a Class IIA, IIB, and IIC vent system.

3" x 36" PolyPro Single Wall Straight Pipe

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