Is there an AC unit that can be used as a wine cooler?

If a water-cooled option isn’t ideal for your own application, consider one of Wine Guardian’s Air-Cooled, Ducted systems like the D025. Whether your wine is stored in a residential or commercial area, this system can provide outstanding cooling and humidity control for spaces of any size.

How do I choose a wine cellar cooling unit?

Choosing a Unit: Where Do I Start? The first thing you need to do is to determine the thermal load of your wine cellar: the amount of energy required to cool space to the desired temperature in an hour. Your thermal load, measured in BTUH, decides the capacity or size of the cooling unit you need.

How do wine cellar cooling units work?

Some of units have a temperature sensor located behind the return air grills that create a carefully controlled environment. This allows them to quietly cool the air without removing the essential moisture the corks need. Only excess moisture is removed, maintaining an appropriate, relative humidity.

What is a self-contained wine cooling unit?

Self-contained cooling systems are designed to provide a subtle temperature between 50~65 °F for a properly insulated wine cellar. These temperature and humidity ranges are optimized for long term storage of wine. Temperature is controlled and humidity is adjusted using our patented technology.

How do you cool a wine cooler?

Wine Cooler Sleeve This is a modern way of cooling wine, time convenient and keeps the wine cool for up to 2 hours. Store the cooler sleeve in the freezer until use, place over a bottle of white wine, and instantly cools the wine within 5 minutes!

How do you insulate a wine closet?

While there are several options for insulating, closed-cell foam is the best way to insulate and vapor barrier your wine cellar. The advantage of using closed cell foam (polyurethane) is that when it skims over, it forms its vapor barrier. There is no need to install plastic sheeting as other options may require.

How long do wine cooling units last?

Yes. Generally split systems’ lifespans are the longest and can last up to 20 years. Ductable units last from 10-15 years and self-contained units last up to 10 years.

Do Wine Cellars need ventilation?

Does a Wine Cellar Need Ventilation? Wine cellars need proper ventilation to control the temperature and create the perfect aging conditions for wine. To achieve this, you need a cooling unit that can handle temperatures up to 55°F cooler than the temperature on the unit’s exhaust side.

How do you make a wine room?

How to Create a Wine Room at Home

  1. Build a Basement Wine Cellar. Photo via @winfreydesignbuild.
  2. Design a Kitchen Wine Pantry.
  3. Turn a Flex Space into a Wine Room.
  4. Add Wine Storage in a Mudroom.
  5. Store Wines in the Dining Room.
  6. Include Wine Storage in the Living Room.
  7. Use the Space Under the Stairs.
  8. Install Durable Flooring.

How do you chill a wine room?

Cellar Construction Tips Keep a humidity level of 50% – 80% for safe wine storage. Most CoolBot-driven coolers maintain humidity levels in this range, so there shouldn’t be a need for additional humidification or dehumidification. Keep a constant temperature set on your CoolBot and avoid major temperature fluctuations.