Compliment your home with a handcrafted Stove Fan

Warpfive Stove Fans are fascinating eco-friendly devices which operate purely on heat and do not require any form of electricity. A Warpfive Stove Fan will improve the heat circulation within your home, saving on heating fuel and providing you with a more comfortable living environment. It will quietly circulate the heat generated by your wood burner or multi-fuel stove throughout your home resulting in increased heating efficiency, improved comfort and a reduction in operating costs. Frequently a room will become overly warm close to the heat source, while the remainder of the room is insufficiently heated. A stove fan will assist in spreading the heat evenly and efficiently around the room thus increasing your comfort levels and saving heating fuel. Operation is quiet and totally free – simply add heat.

What makes our stove fans so special? They are miniature Stirling engines which run quietly using only heat as fuel. These amazing engines are meticulously hand-built and crafted from brass, stainless steel and aluminium. Every engine is individually laser engraved with a unique serial number and is bench tested to ensure that it meets our strict quality standards. Our commitment to excellence enables us to offer an international lifetime guarantee on every Warpfive engine. In addition to Stirling engine stove fans, we also offer a Warpfive Stirling Engine kit. This kit will provide hours of fun and entertainment for model and Stirling engine enthusiasts. Detailed step-by-step instructions will guide you through the building of a beautiful fully functioning Stirling engine.

Warpfive Stove Fans are designed and precision engineered in Great Britain, and use the principles of the Stirling engine which was invented in 1816. A Stirling engine works by moving a sealed volume of air from the hot bottom plate to the cool top plate of the engine. As the air moves from the cool plate to the hot plate it is rapidly heated, it expands and pushes the piston up. As the air is moved from the hot plate to the cool plate it cools rapidly and contracts, this creates a vacuum which pulls the piston down. This same volume of air is rapidly heated and cooled many times per second. As the piston is connected to a crank shaft it causes the crank to rotate and this produces the mechanical power to rotate the propellor.