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Old 03-02-2009, 11:48 AM   #1
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how many degrees is too much?


ha ha! fooled you! you thought i meant temp, didn't ya? hehheh

ok, i may decide to simply MOVE my existing propane furnace when i get to that point a foot and a half or so to make the hallway 42" instead of relocating it as i asked about in a previous thread. my question is, how many degrees, if any, can i tilt the exhaust pipe and still be legal?

tnkz in advance 2 all you hvac guys!

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Old 03-02-2009, 01:11 PM   #2
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Use ells, then you don't need to " tilt " it.
Also hope that your drawing is disproportionate to the actual install. Other wise, your chimney doesn't terminate high enough above the roof.

2" above anything within 10' of it.

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so... 2 45s is ok? and yes, it's not proportionate, just a sketch. the roof passed already.. Po)

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45's are fine.
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