The Ventum III, our triple blade stove fan, quietly and powerfully distributes warm air into your living space. The fan propels a greater volume of air to a greater distance than other models, ensuring your home is toasty warm in no time.
At 199mm high, the Ventum III fan starts to rotate at an ultra-low surface temperature, this is due to the easy start motor. The design maintains our advanced radiating fin design extrusion to generate maximum airflow. The triple blade design produces less drag than the 4 blade but more thrust than a 2 blade.
Designed to start at a temperature as low as 45°C, the fan requires no batteries or external power. Heat is conducted through the base of the fan and converted to electricity which powers the fan motor. With a durable, hard wearing black anodised finish, the fan automatically slows and stops as the heat from the stove reduces.
All Valiant heat powered stove fans are ideal for use on wood burning stoves in homes, narrowboats, or mobile homes, and can also be used on kitchen ranges and hobs.
3 year warranty - Only available when purchasing directly from us
Unique triple blade design
Produces less drag than a 4 blade fan but more thrust than a 2 blade
Ultra low 45°C starting temperature – perfect for early starting
Maximum air flow – blows up to 420 feet/minute
Thermally controlled actuator for optimum Peltier performance
Dynamically balanced fan for unrivalled motor life, balance & output
Inbuilt protection system to stop the fan overheating
Designed & engineered in the UK
Fully CE compliant
Height (including blade): 199mm Width (including blade): 180mm Base plate width: 110mm Base plate depth: 75mm Total fan depth (approx.): 102mm Weight: 535g
Enjoy a fire with less smoke, reduced chimney deposits and lower environmental pollution thanks to the original Valiant Moisture Meter. The handy device lets you know if your firewood is fully seasoned and ready to go, or if the moisture content is too high for an efficient burn.
How does the moisture meter work?
Fuel quality is the single most important aspect of making a successful fire. To burn effectively the moisture content of firewood needs to be less than 20%, whether it’s being used in an open fire or a stove.Freshly felled timber can have a moisture content of between 30% and 60%, which when burnt can cause dangerous creosote build-up in chimneys.
The Valiant Moisture Meter can also be used in timber, floors and buildings in order to detect and measure moisture content.
Test your firewood is fully seasoned
Measure the moisture content of any wood
Burning fully seasoned wood generates more heat, and reduces both chimney deposits and environmental pollution
Measure moisture content of wood fuels, structural timber and brickwork