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Wood Stove Heat Powered Fan – Powerful 4 Blades Fireplace Fan
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- SAVE MONEY ON ELECTRICITY! No electricity required. Works off the HEAT produced by your fireplace or wood-burning stove. The hotter the fire, the faster the blades turn. Therefore, more warm air gets dispersed throughout your house!
- WHISPER-QUIET! 170-190 CFM Above 900 RPM and MAX Temperature of 644 F (340 C) The only moving part is the blade assembly. Say good-bye to the loud noise of electric forced-air fans! You won’t even know this fan is there – but you’ll FEEL the WARMTH!
- MAINTENANCE-FREE! Just dust it off occasionally, and put some light oil on the blade shaft to keep it spinning smoothly and quietly!
- “BUILT-IN” FIRE-STOKING INDICATOR! Because this fan operates on HEAT, you’ll automatically know it’s time to stoke the fire when the fan slows down! The higher the heat, the faster the blades spin. So when they’re slowing down and you’re not feeling the heat as much as before, it simply is telling you to stoke the fire! What could be easier?
- SAFETY PLACEMENT OF FAN - Fan should be placed on the back of the stove (not in front) 6 inches away from the stove pipe
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No Need to Sit So Close to the Fire Anymore!
If you own a fireplace or wood burning stove and you would like to get MORE HEAT throughout your house but you DO NOT want to spend more money on electricity - all you have to do is get one of these amazing heat powered fireplace stove fans, and you will be warm and toasty for FREE!
That is because this fan does not use ANY electricity. Just set it in the right place, and the heat from your fireplace or stove will turn the fans and blow HOT AIR exactly where you want it! If you have a large room or large house to heat, you already know that a FAN is the best thing for getting the heat to be dispersed throughout your living space.
It does not even require maintenance – except for occasional dusting! Plus, the fan acts as an indicator that your fire needs to be stoked. When the spinning starts to slow down, you automatically know that it is time to stoke the fire with more wood!
No assembly required. Lasts forever. Makes a great winter housewarming gift!
10 YEARS LIMITED MANUFACTURE WARRANTY
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This "Liank" branded fan is a four blade Chinese version of the original "Ecofan" Canadian-made Caframo 800CAXBX Limited Original Ecofan. I was initially planning to buying a Caframo, but the claims made in the product description persuaded me to purchase this one. Unfortunately, I find these claims are inaccurate and misleading.
First off, the description states "MAINTENANCE-FREE! No motor means nothing to wear out!" This peaked my interest and curiosity as the Caframo fan utilizes a motor that only lasts "several seasons" before needing replacement, according to its own product manual. I must admit, no motor sounds too good to be true, but there are other technologies out there, such as the Vulcan Stove Fan (Stirling Engine Powered). Sure enough, as soon as I open the box, I clearly see a small electric motor housed behind the blade. It is somewhat enclosed behind a small removable plate, so perhaps the manufacturer thought we just wouldn't notice. I can't believe this motor is somehow immune to the same stresses that cause the demise of the Caframo motor, so I wouldn't expect more than a few seasons out of this one either.
Secondly, the claimed airflow of up to 190 CFM also led me to purchase this fan. Even the most expensive, largest Caframo 812AMXBX Limited AirMax Ecofan with a 9" blade advertises only 175 CFM. This unit's blades are only about 6.75". I understand that this is in ideal conditions (max temp, etc.) but I have serious doubts that this comes anywhere near 190 CFM. For reference, this is more than a high power model bathroom exhaust fan such as the Panasonic FV-15VQ5 WhisperCeiling 150 CFM Ceiling Mounted Fan, White.
With my stove top at about 400 degrees F (about as hot as I ever get my 2-year old, high-efficiency wood stove), measured with my non-contact laser thermometer, I could barely feel any air flow. The thing spins, and it is almost silent, but it doesn't seem to do much. While I have no way to actually measure CFM, I did directly compare this against against a old, small 8" electric fan I have, on low, and it is nowhere, remotely, in the realm of comparison. I would describe this fan's air flow as if a small child was standing behind the stove, blowing over it. That's not going to do much, and neither does this fan.