Modern air-tight homes may not always have the air flow required for gas and wood-burning appliances. That's why Condar developed this Air Supply Ventilator. By installing this ventilation aid through an outside wall - a process that usually takes thirty minutes or less - you can easily bring in the air you need. There's no major construction, ductwork, batteries, or electrical wiring required.
Once it's been set up, the Condar Air Supply Ventilator is just as user-friendly. You can close it manually when you're not using your appliance and you have the option of painting its tough ABS polymer shell to better blend in with your decor. And, most importantly, this air supply ventilator features a built-in bug screen. After all, your home needs additional air flow, not uninvited guests with lots of legs.
So if your fireplace, insert, or stove requires more air, don't worry. A Condar Air Supply Ventilator can provide the ventilation you need without any construction or budget headaches.
Provides filtered air required for vented gas, vent-free gas, and wood-burning appliances
Installs directly through an outside wall - no ductwork, batteries, or electrical wiring is needed
Adjusts for walls up to 14" thick
Tough ABS polymer construction
Can be painted to minimize impact on a room's decor
When is this ventilator open? Is it when it is pulled open or pushed out?
By eFireplaceStore on December 15, 2014
The internal damper is closed when the slide control is pushed fully forward, toward the wall.
By Darryl from Mars, PA on November 28, 2012
I have a Lennox fireplace and a combustion air kit installed in a tightly insulated 2 year old home. I still have smoke issues. Could this item be attached to the existing exterior duct? The duct is 4 inch diameter. How is it powered? What is the cfm?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 28, 2012
This ventilator is actually a passive device that is installed into an outside wall and allows combustion air to flow into the room where the fireplace is located. There is no electricity involved, but negative pressure will draw air through the ventilator when the fireplace is being burned.
A manually controlled damper is used to seal the ventilator when the fireplace is not in use. It is best to install the unit in the wall, as near to the fireplace as possible, as this will have the greatest effect on pressure equalization.
By Bill from Staunton. VA on October 23, 2014
How much air in CFM does this return?
By eFireplaceStore on October 29, 2014
Engineering at the manufacturer advises that the maximum air flow for this product is 190 CFM.
Condar Air Supply Ventilator
5 out of 5 Stars
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
January 2, 2012
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Installation was very easy, I put it to the right of our fireplace and it really works great, what a difference. Our house is air tight and the fireplace would always back-up some even with the doors closed. But now we can run it with the doors completely open if we want or close the doors and enjoy long burning fires. It really is a great product.
Adjustable damper and it looks great.
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