Wine Conditioning Units For Wine Cellars
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we offer a wide array of products for all your wine cellar needs.
Wine Conditioning Units are a must-have for any serious wine collector or enthusiast. By controlling the temperature of a wine cellar, these specialized units help maintain the quality and flavour of wines for years. With a wide range of units available from leading manufacturers, there is an option to suit any need and preference.
Expert Wine Cellar Installation To Achieve The Right Temperature
Monoblock wine conditioning offers a plethora of selections to fulfil diverse requirements, ranging from window frame to ceiling mounting models. This makes it an ideal selection for individuals searching for an effective method to condition their wine. The most widely used window mount installation model is the Winemaster C25 standard unit, followed by the C25S with its heating feature and the C25SR with heating and anti-frost functions. For ceiling mount, the Arm15 is the exclusive model available.
When it comes to installing wine conditioning units, there are different models to choose from; wall mount and freestanding. The WINEMASTER IN25 is a great option for wine cellars up to 25m3 and consists of two connection pipes that run from the inside of the cellar to the outside. This wine cellar air conditioning unit not only cools the area but also helps to transform an insulated room into a true wine cellar or wine room.
For moderate-sized cellars up to 50m3, the WINEMASTER IN50 is the optimal choice. Boasting one of the quietest conditioning units on the market, it offers a 30% decrease in energy consumption when compared to other standard air conditioners.
Split wine conditioning units come equipped with a variety of advanced features that help to construct an ideal wine cellar. This two-part unit is comprised of an evaporator located inside the cellar and a condensing unit mounted on an external wall or ground, hidden away by fencing or trellis. A small pair of copper pipes is then used to connect these two components.
The WineMaster SP100 is a free-standing unit that rests on the floor and is able to cool up to 100 cubic meter cellars. This system requires only a standard 13 amp power outlet for use. The WineMaster SP40 PRO has three different versions: CA (cabinet), CE (ceiling), and DU (ducting). This model is capable of cooling up to 40 cubic meter cellars.
Our Freestanding Wine Room offers the ideal storage solution to showcase your wine collection while seamlessly integrating with your living space. The advanced insulation ensures minimal noise and enhanced energy efficiency while safeguarding your financial and sentimental investments in the wine collection.
Moreover, temperature and humidity levels remain constant with protection from ultra-violet light thanks to the lockable, especially glazed doors. The Room is supplied with racking and LED lighting to ensure you can proudly display and enjoy your selection.
The Benefits of Having a Wine Conditioning Unit
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At Elextric ltd we have the accreditations, expertise, personnel and insurance in place to satisfy all levels of domestic, and commercial electrics and refrigeration installations.
Increase your chances of success and the perfect wine storage solution for your collections. Arranging for one of our engineers to visit your location for a face-to-face consultation is the best way possible for you to receive qualified and experienced advice.
Here, you win with Elextric. We have the widest range of wine cellar equipment in the UK which can often provide a choice of conditioning solutions for your particular needs; anything from an understairs cupboard to a cave underneath a castle!
When you confirm an equipment order with us, you will receive a 50% refund of your consultation fee.