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No Electricity Required Heat Powered Stove Fan Eco Fan for Wood Stoves Gas Stoves Pellet Stoves

No Electricity Required Heat Powered Stove Fan Eco Fan for Wood Stoves Gas Stoves Pellet Stoves

No Electricity Required Heat Powered Stove Fan Eco Fan for Wood Stoves Gas Stoves Pellet Stoves

  • Handle time 1 day,delivery time 6-12 work days,1 year international warranty
  • Inbuilt protection system to stop them overheat.No Noise.Do not require particular maintenance
  • Fast start from temp 50°C(122°F),do not exceed 350ºC(662ºF). Do not put in front of the chimney,the high temperature may cause damage.The optimum position is at the side or back part of the stove top.A thermometer is recommended to use together
  • The fan is heat powered,if your stove is heat insulation on the top,please do not buy,the fan will can’t work efficiently or even totally can’t work on your stove.
  • Please note that it doesn’t operate like a electric blower fan.When you use a electric blower fan on your stove,you may feel breeze as you stand in front of it.With this heat powered fan,you don’t notice the breeze but will feel the overall room temperature rise.It silently moves the air above the surface of the stove increasing the efficiency without using electricity.So please do not take it as a product quality problem.

The new design of Heat Powered Stove Fan N430 is bigger size.No electricity required,just place it on the top of your stove,with a surface temperature between 50-350°C (122-662°F),the fan will create its own electricity with the heat and circulate warm air 220CFM (cubic feet per minute) throughout the whole room with 17% fuel cost saving.
Features:
1) Circulates warm air throughout the room
2) Self-powered by heat,speed automatic controlled by temperature of stove top
3) Don’t need electricity,no running cost
4) Larger size,height 210mm
5) Start to work at temperature 50°C(122°F)
6) Safe,its inbuilt protection system to stop them overheat
7) Maximizes efficiency of stove
8) Silen

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