Features Of Wine Cellar Cooling Sysem

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Wine cooling systems come with a variety of features that vary by manufacturer. The table below summarizes all the features offered by different manufacturers.

Name & Description

The design for which the wine cellar cooling unit has been designed.

Power Supply

The design for which the wine cellar cooling unit has been designed.

Allows various locations from which the power cord exits the cooling unit.

  • Out the front
  • Out the back

Allows various locations for exhaust outlets on the  cooling unit.

Temperature Control / Monitoring Types
  • Out the front
  • Out the back

There are many options for temperature control and monitoring that measure a number of variables including temperature, humidity, power, wine inventory, bottle ages, and more.

Application Type
  • Digital Thermostat
  • Remote Control Thermostat
  • Bottle probes
  • Wireless / Remote Sensors
  • Phone Apps
  • Temp differential

Wine cooling systems are designed for different application types, residential for a home or commercial for restaurants or other types of businesses.

  • Commercial
  • Residential

Wine cooling systems are designed for different purposes.

Storage Space Type
  • Cellar for collector
  • Cellar for visual impact
  • Cellar for restaurant / serving wine
  • Cellar for aging

Wine cooling systems are designed for different purposes.

Mounting Types
  • Wine Cellar
  • Walk-in Room
  • Wine Cabinet or Wine Refrigerator

Wine cooling systems are designed to be installed and positioned in various ways in and near wine storage spaces.

Fan/Coil Unit
  • Ceiling (Recessed)
  • Ceiling (Surface mount)
  • Wall
  • Through-the-wall
  • Over the Door
  • On the floor
  • Vertical
  • Horizontal

Wine cellar cooling units can have different types of Fans and Coils for cooling.

Condenser Unit
  • Dimensions (Width, Height, Depth)
  • Cooling Power (BTUs – British Thermal Units)
  • Fan type (Multi-Directional, High Angle, Adjustable)

The Condenser Unit transfers heat into a refrigerant by pressurizing gas into a liquid.

Condenser Heat Exchange Type
  • Dimensions (Width, Height, Depth)
  • Coil Coating
  • Vibration level
  • Noise Level

Type of Heat Exchange Condensate Management/Removal

  • Water
  • Air

An added unit to control humidity and prevent drying of wine corks

Drain line placement
  • Built in
  • External/stand-alone

Allows various locations from which the drain line exits the cooling unit.

  • Line to Sink
  • Line to Plumbing
  • Line to Evaporator (1/2 inch PVC)

Cooling units are designed to operate in and manage various temperature ranges including extremely cold and extreme heat.

  • Target/Ideal Functioning Temperature
  • Extreme Heat
  • Extreme Cold

Various options are available to move heat and cold through the wine cooling system

  • Ducted (Air cooling)
  • Ductless (Liquid cooling)
  • Extra Ducting Footage (Default is 25 feet)

Some wine cellar cooling units are easier than others to install with some requiring a HVAC professional

  • Easy Self-Installation
  • License HVAC Contractor Needed
  • Flexible installation options


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