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Stove Fans and Stirling Engines




Stirling Engine Thermodynamics

Written on Aug, 08, 2017 by admin | No comments yet

Our ongoing research and development into Stirling Engine performance has resulted in the addition of a number of performance upgrades which increase thermodynamics in the Winter 2017 range. The photograph in Fig 1 is taken with a thermal imaging camera and shows the...

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Stove Fan with metal cowling

Written on Jun, 21, 2016 by admin | Comments: 2

Warpfive Stove Fan Research and Development At Warpfive Stove Fans we are in constant pursuit of  new and unique Stove Fan design .  This persistent search for peak performing models that are creative and unusual, result in a variety of distinctive Stirling engine...

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Warpfive Stove Fan with Copper Fan Blade

Written on Mar, 16, 2016 by admin | Comments: 2

Take a look at this awesome custom copper fan blade which we recently created at Warpfive Stove Fans We took our small Stove Fan – the Warpfive Sidewinder, and added a copper fan blade.  The Warpfive Sidewinder is small enough to fit into most restricted spaces,...

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Copper Propeller Warpfive Stove Fan

Written on Dec, 06, 2015 by admin | No comments yet

At Warpfive Stove Fans you can now add a copper propeller to any of our Stove Fan designs.  We frequently have customers who require something a little different and even more special than our standard product range, so you are also able to order a copper propeller for...

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Red Stirling Engine Fans Warpfive

Written on Nov, 25, 2015 by admin | No comments yet

Warpfive Stove Fans Red Stirling Engine Fans Designer Edition. Red Stirling engine fans  are now also available from Warpfive Stove Fansfor the Steelhead  and the Sidewinder versions. These beautiful hand-crafted engines will compliment your home while circulating the...

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Warpfive engine generates electricity

Written on Mar, 11, 2015 by admin | No comments yet

Here we show how a modified Warpfive engine generates electricity in order to demonstrate the power, speed, silence and precision of our engines. The modifications consisted of the addition of a water cooling jacket, radiator, water pump and radiator cooling fan. The...

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