The Conical Joint Defined
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Raw pipe ends are formed.
Pushed together by hand.
Tapped together using wood and hammer.

The Conical Joint, as Defined by Webster...


Conical Joint   n.  (1984)  : coned-shaped ends on gas vent or chimney that are pushed together to form a Class V Interference Fit that is liquid and gas tight ----
n.  (1999)  : exceeds flange systems as the most recognizable method of sealing pressure stacks in Europe ----
v.  (2014)  : act of providing the highest pressure rating in the North American history of UL/ULC pressure stacks ----

Jeremias has the only UL/ULC Listed silicone-free factory built gas vent and chimney system in North America.

Our conical design also permits use of our revolutionary 'Cut Length' that eliminates the siliconed-together telescoping lengths in the field.

As we continue to speak with consulting engineers, installers, and end-users, it is apparent to all that they appreciate our conical leak-free and silicone-free design.

Contact Larry Rohskopf or Tony Pouncey for a new Jeremias PPT to show this assembly in action!

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