Model RS Chimney Fan
Eliminates smoke & odors
RS Chimney Fans
The World's Finest
Mechanical Draft Systems.
The guaranteed solution to
poor drafting wood and gas fireplaces.
If you were never able to use your wood burning
fireplace or wood
stove for fear of smoke, you can now.
Venting for wood and coal
stoves, wood and gas fireplaces, residential pizza ovens, bbq's, grills,
kitchen hoods and more.
Enervex Fan Parts
Exhausto Exodraft Enervex
Name has changed,
Parts are the same
On a mission to make that fireplace or wood
We will go over every
possible solution before we recommend an RS chimney fan. In some cases the fan
is just the less expensive choice. Can you imagine going through the
expense of lining, insulating or extending the chimney and finding the same
problems. Or the many different types of “downdraft” caps and adaptors with
vacustacks and turbines all have their selected “specific” application as a
possible downdraft cap to help solve a draft or smoke problem. It is
when you need the benefits of all at once that you know there is a
guaranteed solution by using the Enervex RS
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to learn more about Enervex Exhausto RS Chimney
and the accessories that may go with an installation
|NEW FDDS Draft Damper
||ADC 100 for Gas Fireplaces
Mechanical draft fan for installation at the chimney termination point,
vertically or for side-wall venting. Assures a negative pressure in the
entire chimney or stack system.
residential type chimney top mounted fan to be used in conjunction with
wood, gas, oil and coal fired appliances. The fan can be used with
fireplaces, fireplace inserts, stoves, ovens, BBQ's, water heaters,
furnaces, small boilers and more.
The Enervex RS chimney fan mounts
outside, atop the chimney, where it literally sucks the smoke from the
flue. It can be installed on any type chimney system, whether it is made
of steel, masonry or cast material (installation on pre-fabricated
chimneys requires a special adapter).
speed motor assures the chimney fan will never "over-draft" the heating
appliance. The speed can be adjusted to provide a perfect draft.
The Enervex fan housing is hinged and the top can be opened for easy service
and access to stack. For use with gas, wood or solid fuel.
The RS chimney fan is designed for
minimum energy consumption, using about as much energy as a regular
Standard equipment include:
fan, mounting brackets, gasket, 5 Amp fan speed control and a pre-wired
weather tight junction box.
The fan also duplicates as a ventilator: Simply turn it off to rid
your home of stale air, cigarette smoke, etc.
RS Chimney Fan
- Used with oil, gas, wood and
- Energy efficient motor is
- Cast aluminum construction.
- Low silhouette and low
- Variable speed.
- Fan opens for easy cleaning.
- Easy to install.
- 2 Year Factory Warranty.
- 10 Year Corrosion
- 6 Months Performance
- ETL-listed to UL 378
Standard for Draft Equipment.
The Enervex RS fan is a guaranteed solution? It
- Wood / Coal Stoves
- Fireplace Inserts
- Pellet / Corn Stoves
- Gas / Propane Fireplaces
- Basement Stoves & Fireplaces
- 2 - 3 Sided & Open Pit
- undersized flues
- cold outside wall chimneys
- chimney liners
- short chimneys
- high wind areas
Need Exhausto fan parts... or a replacement motor for
an Exhausto fan?
||Is it Exhausto Exodraft or Enervex?
now Exodraft, distributed as Enervex.
Prior to 2012 all fans and parts were identified as Exhausto,
made in Denmark.
Name has changed... parts are the same.
Exhausto Part Identification.
We only supply genuine Exhausto fan motors, fan blades
Learn more about Enervex,
Exhausto, RS Chimney Fans
Please take a moment to view our most
frequently asked questions about our fans.
but all the new fans say Exodraft.
Exhausto is now Exodraft, distributed as Enervex.
What happens when you have a
fire in the fireplace and a power failure occurs?
You will most likely experience the same
problems you had before the chimney fan was installed.
What if the chimney has a
constant down-draft and odor when not in use?
Run the chimney fan at a low speed.
Does the fan always have to be
on when I have a fire in the fireplace?
Yes, the motor can only be cooled when the
chimney fan is operating. You may, however, run it at a very low speed.
The fireplace spills due to
negative pressure in the house. Won’t the chimney fan add to the problem?
Any exhaust fan will pull air out. However,
proper use of the fan speed control assures the chimney fan simply simulates the
natural draft required for the fireplace to operate. Thus, the chimney fan will
not exhaust more air than a well-functioning fireplace would have done.
*It is important to
emphasize that all furnaces, water heaters and other combustion equipment be
checked for proper venting before regular use of a chimney fan.
Can the fan be recessed or
Yes, the fan may be recessed or hidden, for
example, with chimney pots, copper caps, or cupolas*
as long as the fan is allowed to vent properly.
Does the chimney fan have to
be removed every time I have my chimney cleaned?
No, the fan has hinges on which it can be
tilted open for easy access of the chimney.
Does the fan require its own
No, the fan only draws about 1 to 4 amps,
depending on the size, and runs on 110 volts, which is standard in most homes.
Can you run the wire inside
No. However, you may run it inside a chase.
Otherwise it will have to be run on the outside of the chimney.
What kind of guarantee do I
have that I will be satisfied with the fan?
Enervex offers a 6-month unconditional
guarantee, 2-yr factory warranty on motor and a 10-yr corrosion perforation
supply homeowners, builders, contractors, chimney sweeps, architects and other
Volko Supply is a direct
distributor of the ENERVEX Fan line.
We are competitively priced
and have combined Enervex's superb technical support with our own expert service
and knowledge of this product to make us your Chimney Fan source.
Fans are guaranteed to work... Let us help size and price your chimney
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If you need to mechanically exhaust smoke or fumes we have the
Help draft wood burning fireplaces & woodstoves,
gas log fireplaces, pellet stoves, kitchen hoods, indoor & outdoor bar-b-que
grills, chimineas, pizza ovens and just about any other appliance that exhausts
using a chimney or smoke pipe.
Definition of Mechanical Venting
While used for decades in Europe, mechanical venting of
fireplaces and stoves is relatively new in USA. Building codes, ANSI and NFPA
standards hardly mention "mechanical venting". And, when mechanical venting is
mentioned it is referred to as "draft inducing", which leads to "draft inducing
"Draft inducer" has become trade name for a paddlewheel fan that
is inserted into the flue between the appliance outlet and the chimney
termination. There is still a misconception about mechanical venting. Many
professionals still don't understand the difference between draft inducers and
These are our definitions that should explain the major
Draft Inducer: "A fan or ventilator that is installed
between the appliance outlet and the chimney termination. The draft inducer
creates a negative pressure on the inlet side and a positive pressure on the
Chimney Fan: "A fan or ventilator that is installed at the
chimney termination. The chimney fan creates a negative pressure in the entire
chimney system". Obviously, by pressurizing the flue the draft inducer can not
be used in any stack or chimney flue that is exposed to living quarters. Using
an in-line draft inducer almost always creates problems with warranties provided
by stack and chimney manufacturers, and if the chimney system is listed the
installation of a draft inducer will definitely void the listing. Further, the
draft inducer is neither made nor designed for use in a dirty environment with
On the other hand, a chimney fan can be used on any type stack
or chimney flue because it does not pressurize anything.