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Posted by Harold Kestenholz on February 14th, 2001 07:37 PM
In reply to power venting a water heater by Craig Brougher on February 14th, 2001 10:44 AM [Go to top of thread]

You have tried the inexpensive items. To prevent acidic moisture corrosion, you need high-quality stainless steel products. This corrosion is a byproduct of high efficiency. High efficiency appliances remove heat to produce that higher efficiency; when the vent gases fall below dew point, they corrode. Plastic products were meant for that purpose, but were found to have cracking problems in cold climates.

Below is a list of manufacturers and suppliers of stainless venting products and competitors.

http://www.heat-fab.com/content/product/saftvent_desc_con.html

http://www.slantfin.com/boilerpdf/V-40.pdf

http://www.tjernlund.com/oilsidewall.html

http://www.tjernlund.com/gassidewall.htm

http://www.fieldcontrols.com/swg.html

http://www.fieldcontrols.com/indoor.venters.html

http://www.weyrkeep.com/duravent/

http://www.selkirkusa.com/

http://www.ncsg.org/members/sweeping/10-96.htm

http://www.ncsg.org/members/sweeping/04-89.htm

http://www.exhausto.com/US_Home/rsselct.htm

http://www.americanchimney.com/relining.htm

http://obc.mah.gov.on.ca/opinions/part9/plast-ve.htm

http://www.landrassocinc.com/landr%20linecard.htm

http://www.homesteadheating.com/index.htm

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