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Wine Guardian® ducted wine cellar conditioning units are the quietest, most versatile cooling systems on the market.

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The Ducted conditioning unit provides optimal temperature and humidity control for both commercial and residential cellars with a design that allows for easy installation. These units combine optimal control with the most energy efficiency in the industry.

With Wine Guardian ducted systems you create the perfect environment for preserving your fine wine – even though the system is hidden from view.

This system is versatile enough for use in any wine cellar as it has a temperature range of 5-18°C, multiple capacities for cellars of any size and configuration, a removable control panel for easy access, multiple supply-air openings for installation flexibility and high static pressure fans for extended lengths of ductwork.

Benefits of external ducting

  • Unit is located outside the wine cellar
  • Quiet with virtually no vibration in the cellar
  • Better air distribution and temperature control than through-the-wall systems
  • Flexibility in location and cellar design
  • Easier to service
  • No visible mechanical equipment in the wine cellar

Features included

  • Creates virtually no noise in cellar
  • Lightweight, corrosion resistant, all aluminium outer body
  • Remote user interface control system
  • Most energy efficient on the market

Optional extras

  • Water cooled systems
  • Low and high ambient protection
  • Drip pad humidifier and humidistat (freestanding or integrated)
  • Integral electric heat
  • Duct kits and grilles
  • Condensate pump
  • Remote monitoring and sensing
  • Factory-configures serving temperature option

 

Wine Guardian Ducted Datasheet 425KB

 

Wine Guardian Ducted User Guide 1.98KB

 

Ducted system 50Hz Specifications 113KB

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