WineMate manufactures State-of-the-Art Cooling Systems specially designed for Wine Cellars, Cabinets, Wine Rooms and Walk-In Vaults using the best quality components and craftmanship. WineMate Cooling Units ensure that the ideal humidity (50%-70%) and temperature (55°F-58°F) are maintained for the proper preservation and maturation of wines. All WineMate Wine Cooling Units are tested and calibrated to ensure their reliability, longevity and durability. Energy efficient and quick chilling, these Units use only environmentally friendly R134a refrigerant.
Split Systems offer a solution to unusual site problems and provide the flexibility needed to create an ideal installation. With the WineMate 8500SSD split system, the exhaust (condenser) module can be placed up to 50 feet away from the wine cabinet, while the cooling (evaporator) module feeds cold air into the enclosure through a copper pipe. The 8500SSD is a ceiling-mounted wine cooling system that runs at 8500 BTU and can cool a volume of 2000 cubic feet (8500-bottle capacity).
Rated Capacity of 8500 BTU/hr
For Enclosure Up to 2000 Cu. Ft. or Approximately 8500 Bottles
Ceiling Mounted Design
Designed and Used to Provide a Stable Temperature Between 55°F~65°F for a Properly Insulated Room at a Normal Environment
Maintains Humidity of 50-70% RH Even When the Environment Becomes Dry or Humid
Temperature and Humidity Optimized for Long Term Storage of Wine, Fur and Tobacco
Condensing Unit Can Be Placed Away From the Wine Room as Far as 50 Feet, Which Will Bring an Extremely Quiet Operation
Uses Environmentally Friendly R134a Refrigerant
Copper Tubing Not Included
ETL and NSF Listed (Fancoil)
UL Listed (Condenser)
Warranty: 1-Year Parts and Labor
|Fancoil (Split Systems)
|Condenser (Split Systems)
|Electrical Requirements||115 V / 60Hz|
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