A chimney fan is an electric fan for high temperatures. It is fitted onto the chimney and ensures that your fireplace, fire or wood burning stove receives enough air to burn all day cleanly and without any problems. The chimney fan creates a negative pressure in the chimney, eliminating the problems experienced when lighting solid fuel fires. Safety cut off solenoid valves can be used also.
- Soot and smoke odours in the room
- Allergic reactions to wood smoke
- Sooty stove doors
Fan assisted gas fires allow you to always have control of the chimney draught regardless of the weather conditions or other influencing external factors. A chimney fan system consists of a chimney fan combined with a control to regulate the speed, which puts you in control of the chimney draught. The chimney fan is easy to mount on top of the chimney and can be opened for cleaning and maintenance.
- Able to fit a fire with a gas or solid fuel safely within an area served by air conditioning, extraction or climate control type systems
- Chimney fans can be located on a wall, on a roof, in a wall, and recessed.
- Can be disguised or concealed in sensitive area where planning or regulations may not all
- Fans tolerate constant temperatures up to 250 ℃.
- Cleaner combustion and improved fuel economy
- Healthier indoor climate
- Fast and easy lighting of the fire
- No smoke or odours inside your house
- Prevents condensation in the chimney
- Reduces the risk of chimney fires significantly
Where is the chimney fan located?
A chimney fan is positioned on the top of the chimney and ensures the right draught for the fire or wood burning stove. If you have a brick chimney, you can conceal the chimney fan. The chimney fan is electric and is controlled from inside the house. The control unit is installed in the most practical location for you.
How does a chimney fan work?
A chimney fan creates a negative pressure in the chimney. When the chimney fan is switched on, a draught is created in the chimney and the fire burns cleanly and without smoking.
Noises from the fan?
The high construction quality of the fan and the uniquely balanced, high quality ball bearings ensures an extremely quiet solution. You might still hear a slight hiss due to the very air that moves in the flue pipe.