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Wine Guardian Ducted System Climate Control

When selecting which climate control system will be the most appropriate for your wine cellar, there are three key questions you must ask yourself:

  • What is the size of my cellar? You must select a unit that is suitable for the cubic space of your cellar.
  • What is the heat load of my cellar? This will vary depending on the materials used to build cellar, the size of it and any other heat generating equipment in the cellar.
  • How much space is available for the unit and for ducting? Consider whether you want equipment to sit in the cellar, adjacent or even in the ceiling or bulkhead. Also, what space is available for ducting.

Here is a summary of the different types of climate control systems available:

 
  • Self contained unit to be mount inside cellar or directly outside cellar (in wall, adjacent room or outside undercover).
  • (Air) ducting from unit to exterior or large well ventilated space.
  • Self contained unit that can be located in ceiling, bulkhead or up to 8m away from cellar.
  • (Air) ducting from cellar to unit and unit to outside (or large room).
  • Evaporator and Condenser.
  • Evaporator can be located in ceiling, bulkhead or up to 8m away from cellar.
  • Condenser can be located anywhere in home or outside.
  • (Air) ducting from cellar to Evaporator. Refrigerant piping from Evaporator to Condenser.
  • Self contained unit that relies on constant source of water (tank or pool) for cooling.
  • Can be located in ceiling, bulkhead or up to 8m away from cellar.
  • (Air) ducting from cellar to unit and specialised water coil from unit to outside.
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