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353 - 3 Blade Stove Fan 222mm Tall

353 - 3 Blade Stove Fan 222mm Tall

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353 – 3 Blade Heat Powered Stove Fan The 353 runs at an ultra-fast maximum speed of 1400 RPM. Combining speed with the height of 222mm, this fan can quickly...
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353 – 3 Blade Heat Powered Stove Fan

The 353 runs at an ultra-fast maximum speed of 1400 RPM. Combining speed with the height of 222mm, this fan can quickly heat up large rooms in no time. This is our largest fan which looks great in larger rooms and in larger fireplace surrounds. This fan is an all-around great and powerful fan. It has a beautiful design and looks great in any room, on any stove.

What is a Stove Fan?

A stove fan is designed to equally distribute warm air across the room created by a gas or wood burning stove. It has a peltier module that acts as a generator to power the stove fan's discreet motor. Our stove fans only use heat from the stove so is completely self-powered. By using a stove fan this will result in lower fuel costs and reduced emissions. The stove fan will begin to operate when the surface temperature reaches 50°C. Because of the low starting temperature, our stove fan can be used on gas stoves as well as wood burning stoves. Using a stove fan is the most economical way to effectively circulate warm air. It uses no batteries so can be used where there is no electricity.

There is a safety strip on the base of the fan which is designed to gently lift the base of the fan to prevent it from overheating and damaging the motor. The safety strip will then lower the fan back when the stove decreases to the maximum operating temperature.

Note: Must be placed on top of the stove away from the flue pipe.

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  • 1400 RPM Max (Average 1233 RPM)
  • Height – 222mm, Width 180mm
  • Optimum burn (300°C) ft/min (CFM) 300 (82)
  • Increase the efficiency of your stove by up to 33%
  • Circulates warm air over large areas
  • Fully heat powered
  • 50°C low starting temperature
  • Fan speed automatically varies with temperature
  • Very quiet operation
  • Constructed from anodised aluminium