The difference between a fireplace and a wood heater is a standalone appliance with a flue - it can also be installed into an existing fireplace and wood heaters provide heat in one or a combination of ways:
- Radiation - Very hot surface temperatures and heat by sending their heat out in all directions
- Convection - heaters have ventilated casing around the firebox. Heat is distributed by convective currents, with cooler air being drawn in to rise between the firebox and the outer casting, keeping the outside of the unit relatively cool.
- Fan Forced - sometimes electric fans may be used in conjunction with convection models to increase convective airflow.
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