Save your bills on heating bills and warm up your home!
Self-Powered Silent Operation Heat Powered Thermoelectric Fan
It is a self-powered silent stove fan that doesn’t require any external power or electricity, wood stove fan adopts anodized aluminum materials to ensure good thermal conductivity then it uses thermoelectric technology to generate power to push warm air escaping into the room, which does not only helps you warm home but also lowers the fuel consumption of log burner. You just need to put the stove fan on the flat surface of the stovetop.
Heat powered wood stove fan helps keep away from the cold winter weather
Why would want a stove fan?
Stove fan or not stove fan?
If you have a large living room with a stove in, you may find that sitting in front of the stove is lovely and warm, in fact, it can be too warm, however, if you sit in other areas of the room you will find cold. No matter how you try add firewood or close windows and doors, the stove doesn’t seem to want to heat other areas of the room.
Get 6 blade fireplace fan from Reffmov, you will never be bothered by these problems. Wood burning stove fan adopts thermoelectricity working principle Efficiently circulates warm air throughout the room, more warm air will be pushed in horizontally rather than simply rises up to the ceiling or being trapped around the stove, burning the same amount of wood when using heat powered fan room heating efficiency is greatly improved.
Heat powered stove fan-a great accessory for your wood burning stove
Ideal gift for winter
Heat powered-no batteries or electricity required, save on electricity bills.
6-blade fireplace fan-works most efficiently between 428-572°F, a working distance further than a 3-blade fan.
Silent operation-newly proofread blades low noise (<25 DB) operation.
Premium anodized aluminum materials-no corrosion or rust in high temperatures and higher thermal conductivity efficiency.
Overheating protection- raises the edge of the fan slightly as the temperature is approached 470°F to protect the motor.
How to get the wood stove fan start?
Put the stove fan one the stove surface, keep the fireplace fan 4 inches away from the hottest point of the chimney.
Check whether the temperature of the fireplace reaches 176°F with the included thermometer.
Wait about 90-120S, it will start slowly and as the temperature rises, it gets faster.
If it stops working after a while, you can take it off to cool down and try again.