Superpro 2100 Is The Most Advanced Insulated Chimney Available Today. Made with a completely new stainless steel which makes it more durable and more resistant to the effects of the products of combustion and environmental elements.
Consider these outstanding safety features:
SuperPro 2100 is the ultimate in safety and quality with a heat tolerance of 2100°F. While typical woodstoves generate about 900°F in the stack, and coal only about 135°F, you need the extra safety of the “Pro” in case of dangerous chimney fires. The SuperPro 2100 is the only component chimney which gives customers this level of safety—and at a price comparable to other systems offering only a fraction of the protection.
Versatile, Easy to Install
The SuperPro 2100 Professional Chimney has deluxe chimney support components that will enhance any installation. Brass trims are used to embellish the chimney support component parts that can be found inside the home.
Installation of the “Pro” requires only a few hours and a minimum of tools. Whether professionally or owner installed, the “Pro” is ideal for today’s practical-minded homeowner. For the homeowner who wants the very best for his home—uncompromising safety, versatility, beauty and economy—SuperPro 2100 is the finest available in today’s marketplace.
NOTE: Locking bands are required on 2100°F systems.
The SuperPro 2100 factory built chimney is suitable for use with all wood burning appliances in accordance to the American National Standards Institute, Inc. and the National Fire Protection Association (ANSI/NFPA 211) Standard for Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents, and Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances. The SuperPro Chimney meets the Type HT requirements of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Standard ANSI/UL 103.HT. The listing of the SuperPro 2100 Chimney in the UL List of Equipment and Materials is recognized by all building codes and equipment installation standards. All SuperPro 2100 Chimney items, chimney sections, tees, and elbows are listed by UL and marked in accordance with their requirements. The minimum 2" clearance to combustible enclosure walls is prominently shown on the UL labels provided on all component parts. The minimum clearances shown are proven safe during the UL fire tests conducted with the component supports and spacers in actual contact with combustible framing. Proper installation must be followed with the instructions provided with each support assembly.
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