1.The fan base and blade are made out of anodized aluminum with a view to not rust or corrode. This stove fan has been designed to deliver a very broad thermal current.
2.The stove fan generates its own power by the heat from the stove .
3.The strip of metal in the base of the fan is a Bi-metallic strip designed to raise the edge of the fan somewhat as the maximum operating temperature is approached.
4.Operating above the really helpful temperature of 660¡ã F / 350¡ã C may damage the fan and the electricity generating units.
5.Keep fan away from small children when in use.
: 1.Position the stove fan on a smooth flat surface of your stove top near the side or back of the stove.
2.The hotter the stove is, the more air the fan circulates.
3.The stove fan is designed for usage on freestanding stoves with a normal surface temperature of between 185¡ã F – 660¡ã F (85¡ã C – 350¡ã C).
4.Eliminate the fan from the stove if the temperature exceeds of 660¡ã F / 350¡ã C
5.Never care for the base of the stove fan, do not set the stove fan down on an unprotected surface when hot.
6.To move or carry the fan, at all times use the extendable care for whilst wearing gloves
7.Good stove safety practice includes the usage of a stove thermometer.
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Heat powered – no batteries or electricity required.
Efficiently circulates warm air all through the room.
Less consumption, more efficiency.
Innovative and durable design.