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Traditional dampers are located in the "throat" of a fireplace. They are made of cast-iron and are housed in a low-tech frame work. These cast-iron dampers do not seal well—they have a leaky, rough, metal-to-metal seal. Recent lab studies have shown that even a new throat damper can leak up to $200 of heating and cooling a year. Imagine how much energy an old, rusted out damper leaks!
Lyemance Energy Saving Dampers seal tightly to save you money. Lyemance's rubber gasket seals tightly like a storm door for your fireplace, and keeps heating and cooling dollars where they should be...in your home. Lyemance mounts on top of your chimney to keep out animals and rain, and easily operates from inside your firebox, sealing tight every time you close it—eliminating any draft.
Easily mounts atop a flue tile
Silicone Rubber Seals Tight
32' Cable Included
Easy opening with power lever assist.
Size: 17" x 17"
Fits Inside Flue Sizes: 15" x 15" to 17-1/2" x 17-1/2"
Height of Open Lid: 6-1/2"
Gas appliance warning: Don't use top-sealing dampers with gas logs. If the fireplace is converted to use as a gas appliance such as gas logs, this damper should be removed.
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
Lyemance 12117 Cast-Aluminum
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
17" x 17"
Masonry Style Chimneys
Coal, Pellet, Wood
Why are top-sealing dampers not to be used for gas fireplaces? What is the issue and is this simply a recommendation or what? I have a gas fireplace which I NEVER use and would love to put a top-sealing damper on it so I can stop having my heat go up the chimney all winter. Exactly what is the problem with using a top-sealing damper with gas fireplaces?
A. Dampers are against building code on gas stoves because they can block the venting and cause carbon monoxide to build up inside the home while stove is in use. As for you not using the stove... usually gas stoves have a direct vent system and the fireplace itself is sealed, so you are not losing anything out the vent.
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