galvinized exhauast piping ? is that ok to use

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Smoke Blower
Original poster
Jan 10, 2011
fond du lac, wisconsin
iv have a old chimney ven tin my garage and that's a class b vent and was wondering if i can go galvanized exhaust from the smoker to it with out worrying about those nasty fumes of zinc i do not have and galvanized parts in my smoke just the exhaust i would like to user it on ..any suggestions?
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Hello Brad.  So long as you maintain an air flow from your intake to the outlet; which you will do to maintain temp and control the smoke, you will be fine using that galvanised on the exhaust stack.  Good luck.  Keep Smokin!

Local heating dealer had them I think it was like 10-15 dollars and he installed it in the pipe for me. Google 3 or 4" dampers see what you can come up with, I will check also and let you know

Good luck
I know this is a very old post but I used a galvanised Steele pipe to connect my iq 110 to. I did however put about6 Coates of high temp pain't on it. The pipe does not go all the way to the pit. It stops right at vent. Here is a pic.
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