The Wine-Mate 8500SSH cooling unit is a split system design with a capacity of 2000 cubic feet or approximately 8500 bottles. With this split system, the condensing unit can be placed up to 50 feet away from the fan coil to allow for extremely quiet operation.
Split system wine cooling unit - ceiling mounted design
Outdoor enclosure is included with condensing unit
Fan Coil Specs: 115V / 60Hz, 2.1A, 58 lbs.
Fan Coil Dimensions: 27.125" W x 22.88" D x 22.38" H
Condensing Unit Specs: 115V / 60Hz, 15A, UL listed, 115 lbs.
Condensing Unit Dimensions: 24" W x 14.5" D x 18" H
Coverage size: good for 2000 cubic feet or approximately 8500 bottles
Note: Split systems must be installed by a certified refrigeration technician. Purchase does not include the copper tubing.
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Split System Wine Cooling Units (2000 Cu.Ft. Capacity) Reviews
HUMIDITY & INSTALLATION: By the nature of their operation, wine cooling units will maintain a stable humidity level, lower than the relative ambient humidity. In situations where the ambient humidity is high, the cooling unit will lower the humidity to desirable storage levels. In situations where the ambient relative humidity is very low, the desired enclosure relative humidity may not be achieved without adding moisture. To add moisture to the enclosure only use slow, natural evaporation from a small porous water container. Do not use a humidifier.
TEMPERATURE & INSTALLATION: These wine cellar cooling units are designed to cool 25 degrees less than the ambient temperature of the venting side of the unit. In some cases, improper placement or installation may cause the unit's performance to be degraded. The condensing unit must have a constant supply of fresh air, less than 85 degrees F. If the condensing unit is located in a confined area with poor ventilation, the unit will not be able to reject the heat it is removing from the enclosure and a malfunctioning unit will be suspected, even though the unit is mechanically sound. Call us to discuss your installation concerns.