The Premier Damper Cap
The Premier Damper Cap
The Premier Damper Cap is made of 304 stainless steel, has a removable lid for easy access when cleaning, and features an insulated damper cap! The lid provides protection from the elements, limiting ice and snow build-up.
The insulated damper cap is constructed with 1/2” thick insulation, inserted between two pieces of 24 gauge, 304 stainless steel. This fortified insulation prevents home heating and cooling costs from escalating by keeping air from escaping through the chimney flue. The damper cap is sealed tightly with a gasket, and bonded with silicone, both of which are made to withstand temperatures ranging from -85° to 450° F. The Premier Damper Cap includes a 50’ cable, and is made standard with 3/4” expanded mesh screening, with available California 5/8” mesh screening. This product comes with a lifetime guarantee.
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|LINDEMANN||OUTSIDE||FITS OUTSIDE TILE|
|STAINLESS||(IN INCHES)||(IN INCHES)|
|PDC99||9 x 9||8" x 8" - 10" x 10"|
|PDC913||9 x 13||8" x 12" - 10" x 14"|
|PDC1212||12 x 12||11" x 11" - 12" x 12"|
|PDC1216||12 x 16||11" x 15" - 13" x 17"|
|PDC1313||13 x 13||13" x 13" - 14" x 14"|
|PDC1318||13 x 18||12" x 17" - 14" x 19"|
|PDC1616||16 x 16||15" x 15" - 17" x 17"|
|PDC1818||18 x 18||17" x 17" - 19" x 19"|
Ratings & Reviews
Good in smaller size, but not 13x18 or larger
This damper cap seemed like good reliable design. However, the 13x18" version, it did not work well. The springs are so strong, it is extremely difficult to pull the cap fully closed. It takes all of my strength to pull it fully closed (and I am a fit 5'11" guy). When fully closed, it was even more difficult to get it reopened again-- so difficult that once I scraped my knuckle against the inner fireplace wall while trying to get enough grip to open it. There is no way my petite wife could use this damper. With a windy rainstorm coming, I tried to set it in a fully close position. However, the next morning, the file place floor was very wet with water dripping down the chimney flue. When I checked the cap from the roof, one of the four sides was still 1/4 to 1/2-inch open allowing rain to blow in and down the chimney. For me, that was the coup de gras-- time to send it back and get another design.