Designed for wine cellars up to 600 cubic feet and for internal or external applications. Split systems allow noise from condensing units to be placed away from living areas so you can forget it’s there. An additional benefit of a split system is separate evaporator and condensing units, removing the need for holes in your cellar walls.
|Room Capacity:||600 cu. ft.|
|BTUH (high fan speed):||2,491/63 dbA|
|BTUH (med. fan speed):||2,398/55 dbA|
|BTUH (low fan speed):||2,144/51 dbA|
|Warranty (system):||2 Years|
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What’s included in my shipment?
- Installation guide
- Split cooling system
- Advanced digital controller
- Power cord
- Any Uprades Purchased With Unit
Only a few small openings for the line-set and drain line are required to connect the evaporator and condensing units. Inside the cellar, the evaporator unit is designed to mount on the wall near the top of the wine cellar. Outside the cellar, the condensing unit is attached to the evaporator unit by a line-set (sold separately) that can run up to 100 equivalent feet (and up to 30 vertical feet).
External installations require our outdoor hood (sold separately). For exposure to environments below 40°F, our compressor heater modification is required. Access to the left and right side of the evaporator unit is required for installation. All split systems must be installed and charged on site by a qualified HVAC professional. Line-set equivalent feet must be calculated in accordance with ASHRAE guidelines; refer to our Line Sizing Chart for more information.
CellarPro Split wine cellar refrigeration systems offer a choice of wiring:
- The Condensing unit can be electronically controlled by and wired to the Evaporator (single power source on the Evaporator side), or
- The Condensing unit can be controlled by a Solenoid valve (dual power source, one each to the Evaporator and Condensing units.) The first choice (with electronic wiring) will allow the Condensing unit to be used in temperatures down to -20°F.