220V/50Hz for Non-Domestic-Use Wine Cooling Systems

220V/50Hz for Non-Domestic-Use Wine Cooling Systems


220-Volt Wine-Mate Cooling Systems are designed for long-term wine storage and are perfect for small to large wine cellars.

These units come in a variety of self-contained and split-system options, as well as multiple installation configurations. The 220V/50Hz cooling systems are for non-domestic use only.


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220V/50HZ FOR NON-DOMESTIC USE WINE COOLING SYSTEMS

220-Volt Wine-Mate Cellar Cooling Systems are designed for long-term wine storage and can be used in small or large wine cellars. Designed to mimic the conditions inside the wine caves of France, they provide the perfect balance of temperature and humidity. These units are available in a variety of categories including self-contained and split-system options, plus multiple configurations. The 220V/50Hz is for non-domestic use only.

Not every wine collector has a space that can maintain a steady temperature and humidity. This is why a cellar refrigeration system is so important. When wine is exposed to the wrong conditions, it will not age well and may become damaged. A powerful cooling unit acts as the heart and brain of your wine cellar, keeping the temperature inside the cellar cool even when the surrounding environment is warm, while also maintaining humidity.

Wine-Mate units are designed and meticulously assembled in the USA and are available for both residential and commercial use. They will maintain a cold environment between 50-65◦F and humidity range within 50-70%RH.



Types of 220V/50Hz Wine Cooling Systems:

Wine-Mate has designed many options for our customers who require a 220V/50Hz system. Whether you own a wine cabinet or wine room, we have a unit that can be tailored to meet the needs of your collection.

Split Wall Recessed Wine Cooling System: the evaporator unit can be installed inside a wine rack or between two wall studs. The remote condensing unit and the evaporator are connected by a liquid line and an insulated suction line. The condensing unit can be placed up to 75ft away from the main wine cellar, which results in minimal noise and vibration from the compressor.

Split Low-Profile Wine Cooling System: the evaporator unit can be mounted to the ceiling inside a wine cabinet or cellar. They are designed to be low profile and whisper quiet. The condensing unit can be installed outside of the cellar up to 75 ft away and is connected to the evaporator by a liquid line and an insulated suction line.

Split Ceiling-Mounted Cooling System: the evaporator unit provides a two-way air supply and is mounted to the ceiling in the center of a wine cellar. The condensing unit is installed up to 75 ft away and is connected to the evaporator by a liquid line and an insulated suction line.

Split Rack-Mounted Wine Cooling System: the evaporator unit is installed horizontally inside a rack or between two ceiling joists, making them the perfect choice for small to medium wine rooms. The condensing unit is placed up to 75 ft away and is connected to the evaporator by a liquid line and an insulated suction line.

Split Rack-Recessed Wine Cooling System: the evaporator unit is installed vertically inside a rack or wine room corner. The condensing unit is isolated up to 75 ft away and is connected to the evaporator by a liquid line or insulated suction line.

Split Central-Ducted Wine Cooling System: consists of a remote condensing unit and an evaporator unit that are connected by a liquid line and an insulated suction line. The condensing unit can be located away from the wine cellar (up to 75 ft) so that the noise and compressor vibration are isolated from the main wine room.

Self-Contained Wine Cooling System: the condenser and evaporator are located inside a single unit. This allows for easy installation without an HVAC technician. These units are perfect for smaller spaces such as a cabinet or small wine room.



What is the difference between a self-contained, split, and ducted system?

A self-contained unit includes compressor, condenser, evaporator, refrigerant control device and fans inside a box, which is mounted through the wine cellar wall and plugged to run. No certified technician is required to install the unit. A split unit consists of a compressor unit located outside of a wine cellar and a separate evaporator unit located inside the wine cellar, which is connected through a liquid copper tube and a suction tube. A certified technician is required to install the unit. A ducted unit can be a split or packaged unit, the evaporator unit is ducted to a wine cellar.



Add a Wine-Mate cellar cooling unit to your wine cellar today!

For over thirty years, Vinotemp has been providing wine storage solutions for avid wine collectors. If you are ready to construct a wine cellar and/or add a cooling system to your wine room or cabinet, we can assist you in finding the right option for your space. Please call us today at 1-800-777-8466 with any questions or email info@vinotemp.com.
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