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How does a thermal powered fan work?

Our Heat Powered Stove Fans circulate the warm air created by your stove, into the room. Sitting on top of the stove, our fans gently and silently moves warm air further into your living space, resulting in less heat rising and escaping through your chimney.


Also, how does a heat powered fan work?

The heat differential between the base of the unit and the top of the fan drives the motor, which in turn drives the blades around, while the cooling fans at the rear help keep the top of the fan at a much lower temperature, making sure the fan spins maintains constant revolutions.

Subsequently, question is, do stove fans really work? One of the key differences a stove fan can make to your home is the dramatic increase in the warmth that you receive from your stove. Having a more effective flow of heat around the room also means that you’re likely to spend less money on fuel, as you will use less because heat is circulating around the room better.

Keeping this in consideration, how does an Ecofan generate electricity?

No electricity needed, Ecofans generate power by converting the heat from your wood stove into electricity. Ecofans use thermoelectric technology to convert a temperature difference into electricity. At the centre of an Ecofan is a unique thermoelectric module.

What does a stove fan do?

Stove fan. Stove fans are small fans that are usually set on top of a wood-burning stove, although they can be put on top of anything warm, like an oven. A fan will make air move past the stove and into the room, which will make the room warm up much faster. (This type of heat is called “convection.”)


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