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Flue gas motor/exhaust blower for Kalor pellet stoves

We only sell tested spare parts from well-known manufacturers. This also applies to these smoke extractors for Kalor pellet stoves. If you are in doubt about which model you should use then email / call, we will be happy to help.

The exhaust blower is an important component of a pellet stove, as it helps to remove the exhaust gases produced during the combustion process. The exhaust blower is typically located near the top of the pellet stove and is connected to the flue pipe. The blower helps to create negative pressure in the flue pipe, which draws the exhaust gases out of the stove and into the flue. Here you can watch our video of, how to change the motor***

Problems with the Flue gas motor on the pellet stove

If you're experiencing issues with the exhaust blower on your pellet stove, there are several potential causes. Here are some steps you can take to diagnose and troubleshoot issues with the exhaust blower:

  1. Check for blockages. If the exhaust blower is not working properly, it may be due to a blockage in the flue pipe or exhaust vent. Check the flue pipe and exhaust vent for any obstructions, such as debris or bird nests. Remove any blockages that you find.

  2. Check the blower motor. If the exhaust blower motor is not working, it may need to be replaced. You can test the motor by disconnecting it from the stove's electrical system and using a multimeter to check for continuity. If the motor is not working, you will need to replace it.

  3. Check the blower fan. The blower fan is the part of the exhaust blower that actually moves the air. If the fan is damaged or not functioning properly, it may need to be replaced.

  4. Check the electrical connections. If the exhaust blower is not working, it may be due to a faulty electrical connection. Check the wiring that connects the blower motor to the stove's electrical system and make sure all connections are secure and free of corrosion.

  5. Consult with a professional. If you're not comfortable working with electrical or mechanical components, or if you're unable to diagnose the issue with your exhaust blower, it's best to consult with a qualified technician who can help you troubleshoot and repair the problem.

It's important to keep your pellet stove's exhaust blower in good working condition to ensure safe and efficient operation. Be sure to follow all manufacturer's instructions and consult with a qualified professional if you're experiencing any issues with your exhaust blower.

Pellet stove Flue gas installation

Installing a flue gas engine for a pellet stove is an important task that should be done properly to ensure safe and efficient operation. Here is a general guide to help you install a flue gas system for a pellet stove:

  1. Choose the right location for the pellet stove. The stove should be installed in a well-ventilated area with a nearby power source.

  2. Choose the right type of flue pipe. Pellet stoves require a special type of pipe that is designed for the high-temperature exhaust gases produced by the stove. The pipe should be made of stainless steel and have a minimum thickness of 24 gauge.

  3. Install the flue pipe. The flue pipe should be installed vertically and should not have any sharp bends or horizontal sections. It should also be at least 3 feet higher than any part of the roof within 10 feet of the pipe.

  4. Install a termination cap. The termination cap is the final piece of the flue pipe and is installed at the top of the pipe to keep rain and snow out. It should be designed for use with pellet stoves and should be secured in place with screws.

  5. Install a draft inducer. A draft inducer is a fan that helps to create a negative pressure in the flue pipe, which helps to draw the exhaust gases out of the stove. It should be installed in the flue pipe near the stove and wired into the stove's electrical system.

  6. Seal all joints. All joints in the flue pipe should be sealed with high-temperature silicone or gasket material to prevent leaks.

  7. Inspect the installation. Once the flue pipe is installed, it should be inspected for any leaks or obstructions. You should also make sure that the termination cap is securely in place and that the draft inducer is working properly.

It's important to note that the installation of a flue gas system for a pellet stove should be done by a qualified technician, as there are many safety considerations that must be taken into account. Additionally, local building codes and regulations may dictate specific requirements for the installation of flue pipes and termination caps. Be sure to consult with a qualified professional and follow all manufacturer's instructions when installing a flue gas system for your pellet stove.