Fully Ducted Phantom 5000
1250 Cubic Feet
- Proven cooling performance
- Liquid-temperature-measuring bottle probe
- Quiet operation
- Optional UV Light Air Purification System
- Numerous ducting options
- Remote KDT Plus controller/thermostat
- Quick-to-access components for ease of maintenance
- Corrosion-resistant drip tray
- Black powder-coated paint scheme
- Suitable for operation in ambient temperatures as high as 110°F
The Phantom 5000 combines powerful cooling capacity with flexible installation options. If space is at a premium in your cellar and you need a powerful, fully ducted unit, the Phantom might be for you. The Phantom’s powerful blowers can be reoriented to the right, left, or top of the unit. This grants you the option of installing the unit in any ducting configuration that best suits your needs, even in a limited space. An available UV light upgrade protects your unit from mold and other microorganisms.
This self-contained ducted unit combines the capacity and flexible installation options with a completely customizable blower configuration. By simply removing the exterior metal panels, the Phantom’s powerful blowers can be reoriented to the right, left, or top of the unit. This grants the customer the option of installing the unit in any ducting configuration they desire. The Phantom’s fully ducted configuration has another advantage: low noise levels in the wine cellar.
The unit is intended to be installed in an attic or a utility room adjacent to the cellar. This system uses WhisperKOOL’s liquid-temperature-measuring bottle probe. By monitoring liquid temperature instead of air temperature, the bottle probe ensures that your wine cellar maintains optimal wine-aging conditions. This system can be ordered with our 24-volt thermostat conversion kit. The Phantom combines sleek, modern design with quietness, customizable installation options, and proven performance.
The BTU/h value shown here is a theoretical number. There are often circumstances under which a cellar design may require a larger unit due to variables not accounted for in the formula. For example, these variables could be building materials (such as glass, stone, concrete, etc.) that do not offer the insulation capacity required to maintain the optimal cellar environment. We recommend purchasing a unit with a larger capacity to compensate for these unaccounted-for variables. An undersized unit can lead to premature failure and will most likely prevent the cellar from reaching your desired temperature.
1250 cu. ft.* (Each wine cellar is unique and has specific cooling requirements. Heat load calculations should always be performed prior to selecting a cooling unit. See our Cellar Wizard.)
326 with blowers in top orientation;
312 with blowers in side orientation
15.75”H x 15.75”W x 37”L (without duct plenums);
22.75” H x 15.75” W x 48”L (duct plenums on top of unit);
15.75” H x 22.75” W x 48”L (duct plenums on side of unit)
115V (20-amp dedicated circuit required)
10” Return • 8” Supply (evaporator & condenser)
1/2″ ID clear plastic tubing
Unit is installed in an attic or utility room. Max. duct length is 50 combined feet for evap and condenser sides (25-ft. supply and 25-ft. return) with a maximum of three bends per side.
55°F temperature differential between cellar environment and condensing unit intake air.
Remote digital display with 50-ft. cable and 50-ft. liquid-temperature-measuring bottle probe
Two-year limited warranty (parts and labor)