Eco Friendly Wood Burning Stove Heat Powered Warm Air Nickel Fan
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- Heat Powered Wood Burning Gas Stove Top Silent Warm Air Fan In Nickel
- This Fan Creates Its Own Electricity From The Heat Of Your Stove. The Unique Blade Has Been Specifically Designed To Deliver A Broad Cross-section Of Gentle Air Movement Instead Of A Small Cone Of Concentrated Air.
- It Is Designed To Circulate The Warm Air Created By A Stove Operating With Normal Surface Temperature Between 205-345 Degrees C. The Stove Fan Does Not Use Batteries Or Mains Power. Improved Warm Air Circulation Results In Greater Comfort & Less Fuel Consumption
- The Stove Fan Starts Automatically And Adjusts Speed With The Stoves 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 And Cools
- Suitable For All Gas And Wood Burning Stoves.
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This innovative fan increases the output of a wood stove by circulating the warm air it generates directly into your living space. By preventing heat from escaping directly into the roof, the amount of fuel required to achieve a room temperature is reduced, giving increased comfort at lower running costs. It also reduces the impact of burning solid fuel on the environment, especially as it requires no power itself. In 1821 Thomas John Seebeck discovered the thermoelectric effect, (now commonly known as the Seebeck effect). He discovered that an electrical pulse is generated when two dissimilar metals at different temperatures meet. The thermoelectric module in this fan harnesses the technology that has developed from this law. As the base of the fan heats up, the metal in the bottom of the unit warms along with a heat sensitive spring. Meanwhile, the temperature of the different metal in the unit's top surface is kept down by the fans cooling fins. When the heat sensitive spring reaches a sufficient temperature it tilts the unit forward, bringing the two layers of metal together. This creates the electrical pulse that turns the blade on the fan. The greater the differential in temperature of the metals, the greater the electrical output, meaning that your fan turns faster the more the stove (and therefore the base of the fan) heats up.
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The fan? Superb little beast. I'd been considering a ceiling fan to move the heat around from the log burner wheN someone told me about these fans.
Does the job so well, silently and no running cotst. Highly recommended.
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