When you are trying to find the right stove fan, a comparison table can be a very useful tool to use. It allows you to see all the main specifications of the fans you are looking at so you can directly compare any models that you are considering. All of this information can help you reach a final decision about the stove fan that you are going to purchase.
Clicking on any of the column headers will let you sort the table by the features that you want to compare. You can filter this data further by using the search box to search for specific brands. If you want any further information about the products that you find in the table, then click on the model name and you will be taken to the product page.
There is also a useful infographic below the comparison table which can provide you with more guidance. You are able to share this table with your friends through a number of social media channels.
The feature that is searched for most often is the height of the stove fan. This is because many people have their wood burning stoves within a fireplace and so they are restricted with the amount of space that they have available. Manufacturers are aware of this though, so you should be able to find a fan that meets your requirements.
If you do not have your fan on a stove in a fireplace then it will spin faster than one within a fireplace. When the stove is situated in a fireplace then hot air can become trapped which means there is not such a wide difference in temperature across the peltier module. The fan does not spin as fast because less electricity is generated when the difference in temperature is less.
Here’s a tip from the Valiant Firesides:
As the air is removed from the enclosed space the fan will spin more quickly, therefore it is always best to have the fan in situ when the stove is lit.