Increased Efficiency and Comfort:
Warm air is circulated directly into the living area rather than having most of the stoves heat rise immediately to the ceiling, thereby increasing the heating efficiency of your stove. Improved warm air circulation results in greater comfort and less fuel consumption. Many people use the fan to to help combat dry air. This can be done by positioning the fan behind a tray of water on top of the stove to boost the rate of evaporation.
Estimated fuel savings when using an of up to 14%.
The FAN starts automatically and adjusts its speed with the stove temperature. As the stove heats up, the runs faster to move more warm air into the room. As the stove burns down and cools, the automatically shuts off.
The stove fan should be placed adjacent and slightly behind the flue pipe. Never place the stove fan in front of the flue pipe or at the front of the stove.
The stove fan requires the cooler air flow from behind the stove to generate its own thermoelectricity.
The stove fan should only be used with free standing stoves and is not suitable for other types of fireplaces including inset stoves.
The stove fan should only be used with the base placed on the stove and not hung by the handle.
This stove fan will get extremely hot during operation.
Never touch any part of the fan during operation.
Only use the handle to remove/reposition the fan during operation and even then a stove glove must be used.
Make sure the stove fan is never placed on an unprotected surface until it has completely cooled down.
Children should be supervised when the stove fan is in use.
Costs Nothing to Operate:
The FAN uses only the heat from the stove. The FAN is the most economical way to efficiently circulate warm air. It does not use any batteries and can be used where there is no electricity.