Cool Wine Cellar is excited to introduce the new Wine Guardian CS025. Our new version of the Wine Guardian CS025 Ductless Split System has a 10.25″ wide and 42″ long profile. That can be mounted completely flush and blend in seamlessly into most wine room ceilings.
The 10.25″ wide thin-set design also makes it ideal for wine walls, small wine rooms, and cabinet applications. Airflow is directed by supply and return slot diffusers along the length of the grille. And the assembly is offered in a powder-coated black finish which can easily be painted on-site to match the ceiling décor.
- Paintable grille to match the decor in your wine cellar
- Certified to Underwriters Laboratory standards
- Split condensing unit keeps the cellar quieter
- Recycles warm stale air near the ceiling.
- Easy to install in between ceiling studs
- Specialized fans create ideal airflow
- Extremely quiet operation
- Controls temperature
- Ductless split system has a 10.25″ wide and 42″ long profile
- Outdoor enclosure included
- Made in the USA
UPGRADES & ADD-ONS
XTREME LOW AMBIENT PROTECTION
This cold weather protection package allows the SS018 condensing unit to operate in conditions down to -20°F (-29°C) and is recommended in climates where the temperature normally drops to 20°F (-7°C).
Wine Guardian® humidifiers are uniquely made to deliver superior performance and reliability. Ensuring the proper conditions for your wine collection and cellar. Our humidifiers regulate and control humidity while offering the versatility of wine cooling system.
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 essential to maintain the optimal cellar environment. We recommend purchasing a unit with a larger capacity to compensate for these unaccounted-for variables. An under-sized unit can lead to premature failure and will most likely prevent the cellar from reaching your desired temperature.