Wooden Stove Enthusiasts
VonHaus Double Stove Fan
Boost the efficiency of your stove oven or wooden/ log burner with the VonHaus Double Stove Fan.
Affordable, heat run guide stove fan with twin blades – boosts the efficiency of your freestanding stove oven or wood/ log burner to generate warmth.
Eco-helpful and self-powered - a thermoelectric module functions as a little generator to electricity the fans’ motor.
No batteries or electricity necessary
Twin Motor 6 blades for larger air circulation - operates instantly among one hundred forty - 662°F with admirer speed routinely changing according to the temperature of the stove.
Circulates 250 - three hundred CFM
Really tranquil operation, compact size, no set up needed.
Black aluminium development with six large blades and have handle
General Dimension: twelve.five X 3.nine X seven Inches (Duration X Depth X Height).
Blade Dimension: 3.one X 2.nine inches
Self-driven and value-efficient, this handbook admirer creates its personal power and is driven fully by the heat of your stove fan.
With no batteries or electrical energy required, the fan galvanises the warmth produced by your stove oven through powerful circulation – distributing the warmth horizontally and decreasing very hot and chilly places throughout your home.
The twin motor followers offer you double the circulation electrical power – maximizing the effectiveness of your stove oven twofold. Excellent for greater areas or if you want a more quickly area heat up.
Automatic Warmth Up
The fan arrives equipped with a thermoelectric module which functions as generator to power the fans’ motor – this starts off up as soon as the module detects a minimal temperature of 60°C, at which stage it starts circulating heat air around the space.
Many thanks to a rapid enthusiast speed of 1600rpm max., which circulates in between 250 - 300 CFM (cubic feet air/ moment) you will really feel the rewards in no time at all.
The admirer instantly adjusts dependent on the temperature of the stove – speeding up as the temperature rises and slowing down as it begins to fall.
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