Wine-Mate Buyers Guide
Step 1. Select the cooling capacity
A. Use guidance
You may select a cooling system using the cubic feet of the wine cabinets or rooms. The following table gives the guidance based on 55°F air temperature and 80°F environmental temperature with R11 insulation and no glass.
Cooling Unit
Up to 90 cu ft
1500 BTU/h
Up to 200 cu ft
2500 BTU/h
Up to 650 cu ft
3500 BTU/h
Up to 1000 cu ft
4500 BTU/h
Up to 1500 cu ft
6500 BTU/h
Up to 2000 cu ft
8500 BTU/h
B. Use load calculation
If you need a precise selection, you may use the heat load calculation to determine the proper cooling unit. Both oversize and undersize will affect adversely your wine storage. Use the Wine Cabinet or Wine Room Heat Load Calculator to determine the required cooling capaicty (BTU/h) of your project.

Wine Cabinet Heat Load Calculator:

Wine Cabinet Heat Load Calculator

Wine Room Heat Load Calculator:

Wine Room Heat Load Calculator
C. Let us figure it out
You also can send us the cellar dimensions. wall thickness, insulation R value and environmental temperatures, and let us figure it out for you. Contact us now

Step 2. Select a system type
Wine Cabinet systems are generally self contained and vary from 1500 BTU to 8500 BTU capacity
wine room
Wine Rooms can either use self contained units when ventilation is adequate. or when it is not there are two options: split systems and now ducted units
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