Stove Fan | Eco Stove Fan for Multi-Fuel Stove Tops

Click to EnlargeStove Fan | Eco Stove Fan for Multi-Fuel Stove Tops
Product Code: ecostovefan1
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Price: £110.50 £92.50
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Excluding VAT Price: £77.08
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The Heat Powered Stove Fan runs without Electricity

Distribute Heat from Stove Top with this NO Electric or Batteries Eco Stove Fan | for Wood Multi-Fuel Burners with Tops.

The Heat Powered Stove Fan is designed to circulate the warm air created by a stove operating with normal surface temperature between 205 degrees centigrade and 345 degrees centigrade.  The stove fan does not use batteries or main power.  Improved warm air circulation results in greater comfort and less fuel consumption.

Price is for 1 x Heat Powered Stove Fan

Buy TWO and get an even BIGGER discount (see listing for 2x)


Increased Efficiency: Warm air is circulated directly into the living area rather than having most of the stove heat rise immediately to the ceiling, thereby increasing the heating efficiency of your stove.

Unique Blade Design: The unique anodized Golden or Nickel coloured blade has been specifically designed to deliver a very broad cross section of gentle air movement instead of a small cone of concentrated air.

Easy Operation: The stove fan starts automatically and adjusts speed with the stove’s temperature.  It runs faster to move more air into the room as the stove heats up, and automatically slows down and stops as the stove burns down & cools.


Getting the Most From Your Stove Fan

For optimum performance, placement of stove fan on stovetop is critical.  Be sure to put the stove fan on the stovetop so that cool air will be drawn over the ‘cooling fins’. The stove fan should not be used directly in front of the stove.  Place the stove fan at the back edge of the stove.




Read this information carefully to learn how to operate and maintain your stove fan properly in order to avoid injury or product damage.

Proper Usage: The stove fan is designed for usage on freestanding stoves with normal surface temperature 205 degrees centigrade to 345 degrees centigrade (400 degrees Fahrenheit to 650 degrees Fahrenheit).  Temperature above 345 degrees centigrade (650 degrees Fahrenheit) will damage your stove fan.  A heat sensitive spring will gently tilt the fan as your stove’s temperature increases.  Good stove safety practice includes the use of a stove thermometer.  NOTE: Overheating will reduce the stove fan’s effectiveness and may damage the power generator and invalidate the warranty.  Remove the stove fan from the stove if temperature exceeds 345 degrees centigrade (650 degrees Fahrenheit).

Handling the Stove Fan: The base of the stove fan will get hot when used.  Hold the unit firmly by the handle at all times.  Do not touch the base of the stove fan.  Never set the stove fan down on an unprotected surface as the hot base could potentially damage that surface.

Children: Accidents can occur if children are not properly supervised around your stove or stove fan.  Children should be kept away from your stove and never allowed to handle the stove fan.  Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them.  Always use caution and supervise children around your stove.

12 months limited warranty

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