Zennox Four Blade Stove Fan
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- Save energy; No need for batteries or mains power, the fan works entirely from the heat produced by your stove
- Self-regulating; This clever stove fan operates automatically between 65 and 350 degrees Celsius, it regulates its speed depending on the temperature of the stove to ensure you always have the correct warmth generated around the room
- Innovative; Not only does this fan save you money, it’s also durable and silent
- Lightweight; Made from aluminium and weighing only 540 grams, it also features a safe carry handle
- Guarantee; 24-month guarantee
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Zennox Four Blade Stove Fan
Warm your home quickly and efficiently with a little help from this cordless stove fan, helping to cut down on your fuel bill. This eco-friendly stove fan has no running costs whatsoever as it uses the heat from your stove to generate the power it needs using a thermoelectric module that powers a fan motor and distributes warmth around the room in no time. The fan is silent in operation and automatically starts and runs faster as the temperature increases.
For best results, the stove fan should be positioned facing forward at the rear of the stove top, as far away from the flue pipe as possible. Designed to be used on the top of freestanding woodstoves with a surface temperature between 65 and 350°C.
As the base of the fan heats up, the metal in the bottom of the unit warms along with a heat sensitive spring; this creates the electrical pulse that turns the blade on the fan. The greater the difference in temperature of the metals, the greater the electrical output, meaning that your fan turns faster the more the stove (and therefore the base of the fan) heats up. Clean with a soft damp cloth after the fan has cooled sufficiently.
Also available to purchase is the Zennox Double Stove Fan with Six Blades.
Dimensions: L15 x W9.5 x H22.5cm
Working temperature: 65-350°C
Clean with a soft damp cloth after the fan has cooled sufficiently
Delivery InformationDelivery on this product is available to most UK Mainland addresses.
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Natural Wood Characteristicts
As wood is a natural material it may be affected by the following:
Shrinkage & Warping
The timber used in the construction of your garden building will have retained some of its natural moisture content. The moisture content of the timber will vary, depending upon prevailing environmental conditions, which will result in the components either naturally expanding or contracting. As the components dry out shrinkage may occur. A good waterproofing treatment from the start is the best protection to minimise the effect of moisture loss/intake.
Damp & Mould
During the winter months, cold and damp conditions can result in an increased amount of moisture within your garden building, especially when used infrequently. Condensation can form on the timber and other items stored within your garden building. If left this moisture is likely to cause mould and mildew. To prevent the build-up of moisture, we recommend leaving the door or windows of your building open from time to time, to allow the fresh air to circulate. We also advise against storing wet or damp items in your garden building as this will also increase the level of moisture in the building. If mould or mildew does start to form within your building we recommend using an anti-mould cleaner to remove it and to prevent it spreading, which if left untreated could permanantly damage your garden building.
Splits, Cracks & Knots
Small splits and cracks in some components or holes may appear where knots shrink and fall out. This will not affect the structure of your garden building however if you wish to fill them this can be easily done using any good quality wood filler
Sap is naturally occurring in wood and may appear in some boards of your garden building. If you wish to remove the sap, we advise waiting until it is dry and then using a sharp knife to carefully remove it. If the removal of the sap causes a hole in the timber, we recommend using a good quality wood filler to fill it.
Please be aware that these are natural timber characteristics which in most cases will not impact the structure or function of the garden building, therefore are not considered as product defects (as outlined within our Terms & Conditions). If you require further advise or information please contact our friendly Customer Services Team.