The Ecofan is a ‘heat powered’ fan designed to circulate rising warm air that radiates from a
Sited on the top of the stove (VIDEO) the fan generates
As your stove warms up, the fan starts automatically
Ecofan Technical Info
For use on freestanding wood stoves with a surface temperature between 150°F — 650°F (65°C — 345°C).
Unique Blade Design:
The unique anodised gold or nickel coloured blade has been specifically designed to deliver a very broad cross section of gentle air movement instead of a small cone of concentrated air.
Ecofans are made from anodised aluminium that will not rust. Bi-metal strips in the base of fans help prevent the fan from overheating. (800 Original design only; the 802 Airplus is no longer fitted with such strips)
IT IS IMPORTANT TO READ, and follow, the instructions on the correct placement of the Ecofan to ensure satisfactory long term use and that your stove is working within the temperature range of ‘best operation’. We recommend the use a stove thermometer to ensure you are not running your stove to hot.
Increased Efficiency and Confort:
Warm air is circulated directly into the living space rather than having most of the stoves heat rise immediately to the ceiling. This increases your stoves efficiency and your comfort level.
Ecofans start automatically and adjust speed with the stove’s temperature. As the stove heats up the Ecofan runs faster to move more air into the room. As the stove burns down and cools, the Ecofan automatically slows down and stops.
Costs Nothing to Operate:
Ecofans use only the heat from the stove. The fan is the most economical way to efficiently circulate warm air. It does not use any batteries or electricity.