Hot Shot Universal Stove Blower

Item Code: 5TJ-SB1

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Overview

Warms entire rooms 5 times faster, helping you save on energy bills!

  • Whisper quiet operation - Low sone cross flow blower (50% quieter)
  • Easy to install - Clips to stoves heat shield
  • Blends with any decor - Commercial grade, high-temp jet black finish and low profile design, rests flush with short or long top stoves
Details

The Hot Shot Universal Stove Blower captures and distributes radiant heat from your stove that is otherwise wasted. The Hot Shot silently pushes room air between the "Heat Capture Chute" and the stove top, warming it along the way and then propelling it into the room. Use the Directional Chute attachment and turning vanes to direct the warmed air left or right up to 45 degrees or straight to extend the Heat Capture Chute. Easy plug in electrical, installs without tools in minutes on most stoves.

Product Note: To protect the fan motor from excessive heat, the SB1 must be mounted with the motor housing outside the heat shield of the stove. If your stove does not have a heat shield it is recommeded that you purchase the 5TJ-950-9200 Heat Shield found in the accessories below.

Additional Information
Specifications
  • Overall Measurements: 11 1/4" Wide x 20 1/8" Long x 4 1/2" High
  • Volts: 120
  • Hertz: 60
  • Watts: 25
  • Amps: 0.50 Max
  • CFM: 75
  • RPM: 1800
  • Sound: 42dB (1.15 Sones)
Additional Information Owner's Manual
Brand Tjernlund
Model SB1
Made In USA
Shipping Weight (lbs) 9.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 9
Product Type Blowers
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