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Blower & Fan Kits - Wood

Fireplace blowers and fan kits designed to be used with wood burning fireplaces, inserts and stoves.

Convection20

Convection wood blowers improve efficiency and comfort by taking otherwise lost heat and distributing that heat into your living space. Convection blower kits are often make and model specific, so please consult with your owner's manual before purchasing.

Convection
Centrifugal13

Centrifugal blowers might look like their squirrel cage counterparts, but the way in which they move air is slightly different.  Often encased in a scroll or shell, wood fireplace, insert and stove applications use this design for their ability to draw air into the wheel radially and then move air perpendicular to their intake. 

Centrifugal
Crossflow & Tangential7

Tangential blowers, otherwise known as crossflow, Transflo® or squirrel cage blowers, are used in a wide variety of wood fireplace, insert and stove applications for their ability to spread air evenly across their entire frame.  Kits are usually application (make, model) specific, but universal and low-profile blowers are available where no specific blower kit option is specified by the manufacturer.  We carry both aftermarket and OEM options, so if you have any questions regarding fitment or installation, please consult with us directly.

Crossflow & Tangential
Axial1

Axial fans are fans with a series of blades that rotate around a central axis.  These fans were most widely used in older wood fireplace applications with lower pressure non-sealed environments.  Many of today's newer wood fireplaces have sealed enclosure designs, so centrifugal style blowers are used more often.  However, axial fans still play a role in several fan kit applications and may be exactly what you need for your fireplace.

Axial
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Need help finding the correct blower or fan kit for your fireplace? Let our experts help you track down the correct replacement blower, fan kit or part for your application. We typically only need the fireplace or stove's make and model to determine exactly what you need. This information can usually be found on gas fireplaces by removing the lower access panel and finding your fireplace's name tag or identificaton card. Wood inserts will often times have the same identificaton card, while freestanding stoves and others might have this information printed on a rear panel or door.

Once you've located your fireplace's brand and model information, simply use the Find Your Blower tool above, or the Help Find My Blower at the top of the page.

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