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Through The Wall conditioning units are perfect for small to mid size cellars, with 2 sizes available these are ideal for cellars upto 40 m³ and have a sleek modern design to match the unique style of today’s wine cellar.

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The Through-The-Wall  (TTW) wine cellar conditioning unit from Wine Guardian® offers a contemporary that will match the unique style of today’s modern wine cellar. This small wine conditioning unit is available in two capacities, perfect for small to mid-sized cellars. The innovative system offers exceptional airflow and maintains optimal temperature and humidity with the quietest operation inits class.

Specifications

WG15 –

  • Capacity – 850 CU. FT.
  • Length – 25″ – Width – 14¼ ” – Height – 157/8 “

WG25 –

  • Capacity – 1500 CU. FT
  • Length – 25″ – Width 14¼” – Height – 157/8″

Standard Features :

  • Commercial-grade, corrosion resistant components for long term durability
  • The only TTW system that displays both temperature and humidity and controls temperature
  • Quiet and efficient operation
  • EasyMount™ one-piece wall bracket and support frame included

Additional Standard Features:

  • Integrated condensate evaporation system
  • Drain Overflow connection
  • Aluminium, corrosion-resistant cooling coil
  • Power cord connections on both sides of system to connect power from front to back of unit
  • Engineered for ideal airflow, including adjustable louvers for optimal cellar air circulation
  • Can be mounted flush with the wall or racking

Available Options:

  • Hot air discharge and duct adapter kit
  • Remote monitoring and sensing
  • Alarm and communication capabilities
  • Factory configured serving temperature option (WG25 only)
  • Integrated electric heater

 

 

Wine Guardian TTW Datasheet 418KB

 

Wine Guardian Through-The-Wall User Guide 1.99MB

 

Through-The-Wall System Specifications 157KB

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