A fireplace grate blower is a system that increases the flow of heated air in your room and house. While these come in a couple different kinds of one being a fireplace insert and another ordinary less expensive form is a tubular toaster.
Fireplace grates with blowers work on a very simple principle. Take in a cool atmosphere and heat the air in the tube and blow it out with a fan to the space to disperse the heated air thus increasing the space temperature.
A fireplace by itself will contribute warmth into a room but the true efficiency is extremely low. Some badly designed hearths will permit all the heat to go up the flue, not promote the house heating. I have been in 1 home where the fireplace shot with its draft, heat from the house up the flue. You can click at http://www.spi-intertrade.com/product_1121671_en for more info about the blower.
With a fireplace, the blower will greatly increase the fireplace efficiency several times. The return on investment will be seen immediately in your heating bill.
The procedure itself is straightforward. The unit is set into the hearth. Remove the old cast iron fireplace grate; then, install the new blower. This unit does require electricity and you might want to have an electrician run a power outlet suitable for the application. When ready to use, build a fire right onto the grate.
The exceptional heat-resistant tubing is made just for this. The fan is then turned on and the air coming from the air intake will be heated to as sexy as five hundred degrees. The air is then pushed back into the room. This will raise the temperature within the room.
Other helpers from the procedure for the house could be the use of ceiling fans for flow and something as cheap as a box fan to move warm air from one space into another.