By Far The Most Economical Way Of Distributing Heat From Fireplaces and Wood Stoves!
Feel the comfort your fireplace brings at your favorite spot on the other side of the room. How would you like getting the heat equally distributed across the room from your fireplace or wood/gas stove?
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Our Heat Powered Wood Stove Fan delivers ease and comfort, without buying expensive stove accessories or equipment. It has a Peltier module that acts as a generator which powers the stove fan’s discreet motor.
This wood stove fan only use heat from the stove which makes it completely self-powered. This globally popular wood stove fan is designed to automatically operate with a normal surface temperature of 50 °C to 400 °C.
Features & Benefits
No electricity required. Beautifully distributes the heat produced by your fireplace or wood-burning stove. The hotter the fire, the faster the blades turn. No need to buy expensive Pellet Stoves that would cost you around $1,300 to $3000.
170-190 CFM Above 900 RPM and MAX Temperature of 644 F (340 C) The only moving part is the blade assembly. You won’t even know this fan is there!
Simply dust it off occasionally. Put some light oil on the blade shaft to help maintain smooth and quiet operations.
Built-In Fire Stoking Indicator
You’ll immediately know it’s time to stoke the fire when the fan slows down! The higher the heat, the faster the blades spin.
The furnace support is anodized aluminum with high temperature resistance of up to 752°F (400°C). It does not deform even after working for a long time at high temperatures.
Note: Must be placed on top of the stove away from the flue pipe at a minimum distance of 4″.
- Power: 2200 RPM Max (Average 1732 RPM)
- Dimensions: 20 x 10.5 cm
- Power: Thermal Powered no batteries needed
- Operation: Ultra-low starting temperature – 50°C
- Adjustments: Fan speed automatically varies with temperature
- Sound Emmission: Ultra-Quiet operation
- Material: Anodised Aluminium