Heat Powered Stove Fan


A necessity in any home

Having a warm house especially in the winter season can be something of a necessity in any home. A rather palatable solution to such freezing conditions is the use of a stove fan for room heating. The pros that can come along with the use of this equipment are absolutely massive particularly when it comes to uniformity in heat distribution in a room. This type of fan is not only limited to use with a stove in that it can also be used together with any heating device one has at home.

People with homes that have wooden stoves would massively benefit from this stove in that it ensures rising hot air radiated from the source is not accumulated near the roof of the house.

 This is vital in reducing the surface temperature hence improving living and comfort in any home. One other aspect of the device that should push one into buying is the fact that it does not consume any fuel which directly means there is no combustion required. This definitely indicates that it operates without producing any noise.

With all that in mind it is essential for one to understand both the mechanical and the electrical fabrication of this seemingly seamless equipment. One of the modes of operation is through the use of a Stirling engine. This engine basically employs variation in temperature of air. When the temperature of air rises the engine expands thus pushing its piston upwards. The opposite occurs when the temperature of air drops. This rapid variation in temperature produces a mechanical power that propels the motor in the fan which in turn produces the circular motion of the fan.

A rather complex but most common operation of stove fans is through the conversion of heat energy into electrical energy-electrical energy is needed for motor rotation. This mode employs thermoelectric power generator modules. Thermoelectric power generators are located at the bottom of the stove fan or are fixed between its pedestal and cooling fins and serve the purpose of converting heat energy into electrical energy. The latter is used to power up the motor thus producing rotation of the fan.

During fabrication, motors with low turning effects of motion are used to ensure ease of blade control. The most notable con with some stove is that some of them keep the room temperatures higher than specified thus causing damage to its modules.

A close peek into the device clearly shows that it does bring more to a home than it takes. It’s pros by far outweigh the cons therefore it would be suitable for use in any home!