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Wine Cellar Cooling Units

A wine cellar is a room dedicated to properly preserving wine bottles and barrels in order to preserve the flavors and aromas of the wine over time. Wine cellars are designed to protect the quality of wines and alcoholic beverages from potentially harmful external factors such as changes in temperature, humidity, vibration, and light exposure.

You must keep your wines in a cellar with the proper temperature and humidity levels to guarantee that they age to their best conditions, as these elements can make or break the quality and market value of your wines. You will need to invest in a high-quality Wine Cellar Cooling Unit to achieve this.

A wine cellar cooling unit is a specialized system that keeps wine cellars, wine cabinets, and other specialty refrigeration applications at the ideal temperature and humidity. For optimal wine storage, the temperature must be between 45-65 degrees Fahrenheit and relative humidity of 50-70 percent, which a Wine Cellar Cooling Unit can provide and maintain.

Installation Type
The 5 main types of wine cellar cooling systems:

1.) Ductless Split - The condenser and evaporator are separated. They are often noisy and need a lot of space for ventilation. Because it does not require any in-wall construction, this is a cost-effective alternative for larger wine cellars. This is a more expensive option if you only have a small cellar.

2.) Ducted Split - These cooling units provide you with complete control over the temperature and humidity levels in your cellar through ducts. A ducted system has the advantage of being able to be installed up to 25 feet away from your cellar, minimizing noise and vibrations while also leaving more space, depending on the installation.

3.) Self Contained - These are the easiest units to install. It's like setting up an air conditioner in your wine room. They're also affordable, and they come with built-in temperature and humidity controls. This unit is best suited for small cellars.

4.) Fully Ducted - Self Contained - This type of unit has more installation flexibility compared to Self Contained units. They can be installed up to 25 feet away from the cellar, allowing the cool air to flow into the cellar and the heat exhaust ducted outside. Noise can be eliminated with this type of system, depending on the installation.

5.) Cabinet - Cabinet cooling systems are designed to accommodate wine cabinets and other constricted enclosures.

We have created a collection page for you to decide which units to purchase. Shop for the best Wine Cellar Cooling Units at Wine Coolers Empire. Our best-selling brands are Breezaire, WhisperKOOL, and CellarCool. Buy now!
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