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Caframo Ecofan AirMax 812 Heat Powered Wood Stove Fan

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Traditional heating and modern technology come together in this exceptional tool, which is perfect for the stove owner who wants to make the most of his low-cost heat source. This fan is easy to set up (ready to use out of the box) and operates using the heat from your stove as its power source. It uses no electricity and costs nothing to run, but is still powerful enough to move 175 cubic feet of air per minute. For those living in remote locations with unreliable electrical service, or as a security measure in the event of a power outage, this fan is the perfect solution. For energy efficient, low cost use with stoves that generate a surface temperature between 185 and 650 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • For use with wood burning stoves
  • Powered by stove's heat and blows silently
  • Warm entire room more quickly at 14% lower costs
  • Ready to set up
  • Dimensions: 3.25 X 4.75 X 9.75 inches
  • Ecofan blade design is efficient for high performance, even at low temperatures
  • 175 CFM blowing capacity
  • For surface temperatures between 185 and 650 degrees
Manufacturer: Caframo
Part Numbers: 812AMKBX, 812AMXBX, 812AMBBX
Elite Deals Item Number: FSD-802CA-BBX
UPCs: 062503812054, 062503812177, 062503812047

Caframo Ecofan UltraAir 810 Heat Powered Wood Stove Fan
37 Reviews
If you experience frequent electricity outages in cold weather, you know the importance of having a backup system for keeping your entire home warm. With this cordless, highly energy efficient fan, you can enjoy the power of a blower any time your stove is hot. Simply set up the blower (pre-assembled ...
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from Edmonds, WA asked:
March 4, 2013
Cold you please give me the dimensions on the Caframo Ecofan AirMax 812?
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This fan's base measures 4.75" wide and 3.25" deep. The entire fan is 9.75" tall and the blade diameter is approximately 9".
Submitted by: Magan on March 5, 2013

Product Reviews
173 Reviews
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99% Recommend this product (171 of 173 responses)
By Curtis Finney
United States
December 10, 2013
A Great Conversation Piece That Also Does the Job!
I was a little worried this fan would not do what was promised but am pleasantly surprised with it. It is a great conversation piece as many of my friends who own stoves saw it and 2-3 have ordered their own. I believe the design itself draws attention and they are surprised to hear it does not require electricity to run. Although it does not move air like a plug-in fan would, the air movement is enough that within a few hours our bedroom which is down the hall and through a door (and always cold) was warmer and stayed warm as long as the fire was going. As long as there is a fire in the stove the fan continues to move warm air.
ProsElectric free-no wire or plug to worry about melting. As fire dwindles the fan slows. Unlike a plug-in that runs even when the firebox has cooled. Quiet Industrial design that is cool to look at.
By jerry
July 25, 2014
Great price,great product.
this fan gives about half again output as the one i had before and at a better price.
By Virginia Hughes
June 25, 2014
As Advertised
This fan really does what its advertisement describes. It doesn't produce a ton of airflow, but it definitely circulates the heat in the room.
By Rose Bryant
June 21, 2014
Silent Running
This fan makes absolutely no noise, and it is great fun to watch it start and stop completely on its own. I would definitely purchase it again.
By Joshua Sanchez
June 12, 2014
Doesn't Work for Propane Stoves
According to what I?€™ve been told, this fan does a good job if you have a wood burning stove. But mine is propane, and the outside of the stove has to get pretty hot to make the fan work. My propane stove doesn?€™t get hot enough. So, just be aware of that before you order one.
By Shaun
Northern Idaho
June 5, 2014
Circulates air, but not as well as forced air fan
We purchased this fan mid-winter, after the cheap electric fan that came with our stove stopped working. The advantages are it is quiet, will work even during a power outage, and it shuts down on it's own (as the stove cools, the fan gradually comes to a stop). However, for us it did not work as well as an electric forced air fan. It did not put out nearly as much heat. Most of the time this was not a big issue. However, since it was a really cold winter, on the days it dropped below zero we really noticed it. This may be because our stove was designed to work with the electric fan, which would push out the hot air trapped in the space between the back of the stove and the heat shield.
By d.w.hudson
April 24, 2014
Wonderful Product
Exactly as advertised. An electric fan you don't have to plug in. Starts when the wood stove heats to sufficient temperature, then circulates the warmth until the heat drops below the minimum to keep the unit operating.
By Thomas Stevenson
Woolrich, PA
April 6, 2014
Performs as Described
I am pleased with this fan - uses no electricity - functions great.
By kathy
Colorado Springs, Colorado
April 5, 2014
Super Little Fan
Great little fan for dispersing heat. The Ecofan has greatly improved the efficiency of our wood stove. We love it. Would highly recommend it.
By Kathy
Berlin, MD
April 2, 2014
Great Fan!
This little fan works great and gets the heat from the woodstove moving into the air and not up to the ceiling! I am so glad I purchased this!
By Karen
March 31, 2014
We Like It
We like this fan. I don't think it is as efficient as an electric fan for the stove, but it does move the air and is very quiet. We wanted one because we don't like the noise of a fan and because if the power goes out it will continue to work.
By Linda
March 28, 2014
Caframo Ecofan Airmax 812 with Gold Blades
This is amazing! There is air movement any time there is any amount of heat in the stove, even when you think there is no heat if there ii hot embers the fan is moving air. less heat the slower it turns. We purchased the gold blades, following review recommendation, so the blades could be seen when they are turning, I can see that the black blades could be an issue with being seen. We were so surprised in the difference the fan made with keeping the area warm. This has been a really cold odd winter and we have been very comfortable with our thermostat set at 65, there is no way we could have done that before we purchased the fan. Before our purchase we read reviews and were like hmmm...if it works half as well as we are reading it will be worth the purchase. We were shocked at the difference it really did make. Would strongly recommend it! well worth every penny!
ProsNo electric used
By Nancy Price
New Mexico
March 19, 2014
No Regrets
Even though this product did not work per se with my gas stove (particularly because it is too small), I am not disappointed. I knew there was a chance it would not work.
March 16, 2014
Great Fan
The fan works like a charm. Moves heat around better than expected. Great price for a great fan!
ProsNo maintenance required. Just place on stove and let the fan do the work.
By lou
toms rivernj
March 15, 2014
Very Good
ProsVery Good
By Jim
March 11, 2014
AirMax 812
Pretty cool !! Moves air good too.
By Terry
Richland, or
March 3, 2014
Works Great
Does what I wanted it to do at the cabin.
By Monte
Pine, CO
February 26, 2014
Cool Tech
This is a most amazing device. A fan with no wires or batteries that literally runs off the heat of your stove. Right out of the box, I set it on my stove and built a fire. At about 275 degrees on a flue thermometer, it slowly starts to turn; rather eerie actually. I have the large one and with a fire stoked and going, it puts out a significant breeze which I direct toward a stairwell. With a hot, roaring fire, it sounds almost like it wants to take off, serving as a warning you're getting too hot. One cool thing is the next morning with no overnight stoking, the stove is still warm to the touch and the fan is turning about 3-5 rpm. Like it doesn't want to quit. I highly recommend the fan, it seems well made, and in the event it stops working, probably with many hours of use, replacing the electric motor, will restore the fan.
ProsWell made and a cool-looking design Does actually move some air No wires Large Wow factor, runs on heat!
ConsExpensive but worth it. Rotating blades are a slight danger (no guard), for homes with kids. A guard could probably be offered as an accessory but it would ruin the aesthetics of the design.
By Carrie
Nokesville, Virginia
February 26, 2014
This little thing is AWESOME!!!!! Literally had to open a window the first time using it. Cuts down on the amount of wood you put in the stove at a time that's for sure. Definitely recommend it, however the dogs not that happy about it.....can't find a cool place to lay down .
February 26, 2014
I purchased the Ecofan AirMax 812 about a month ago. I use it on my garage wood stove, and must say, love the thing. Very high quality, plus does a great job of distributing heat. Once I build a fire, it starts very fact.
ProsQuality and performance.