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CellarCool CX Series Wine Cellar Cooling Systems

 

$995.00

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The CX series is an economical cooling solution, designed for cellar enthusiasts who are on a budget. CellarCool's cooling units ensure that the ideal humidity (50%-70%) and temperature (55°F-58°F) are maintained for the proper preservation and maturation of wines. All CellarCool wine cooling units are tested and calibrated to ensure their reliability, longevity and durability. Designed for simple through-the-wall installation.
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Why did you choose this?
Wine Enthusiast Store
It working just fine, very easy to install (if you what your doing) I didn't so I hire someone and didn't cost a arm and leg
PAUL W on Aug 31, 2015
Returning customer
Michael S on Dec 1, 2014
It working just fine, very easy to install (if you what your doing) I didn't so I hire someone and didn't cost a arm and leg
PAUL W on Aug 31, 2015
Building a new house with a new wine cellar. I have this same unit in my original cellar and it is totally satisfactory.
Andy g on Jun 5, 2015
Returning customer
Michael S on Dec 1, 2014
Building a new house with a new wine cellar. I have this same unit in my original cellar and it is totally satisfactory.
Andy g on Jun 5, 2015
Does this unit require a drain hose either inside or outside of the unit?
Paul A on Jul 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes - you will need a hose. I use it in a barn and even in super dry conditions it creates moisture - in a month I get about 20 gallons of water in 2 months that I drain into a big trash can and re use that water outside. If this is for an inside application - I would hose out to a french drain or the like.
How large should exhaust or hot air room generally be for the temperature differential?
Jessica on Jul 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The room needs to be as large as possible to dissipate the heat exhaust from a cooling unit.The platinum series has a larger differential of 60 degrees which helps if the exhaust room is outside or off an indoor none cooled space
Does power cord location "front (standard)" mean the cool side or the warm side?
Thank you,
xtype on Jun 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the power cord is located on the cool side, which is the front.
Do you have a version that can run on 220V AC supply?
JJ on Apr 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: CellarCool CX line is available in 220V power by special order only.
Any reason a cellar cooler would not work in an old cedar closet that has been converted to wine cellar. Specifically, if I left cedar walls in, would that would be compatible with my cellar cooler?
Just getting Buy!! on May 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Cellar Cool would need to go through the wall and vent into a larger interior space. The size of your room and how it is built with vapor barrier, insulation, exterior grade door etc. will determine whether this cooling unit is the right size. Cedar is not a good wood to use for wine cellars as it is very aromatic and can be toxic to wine.
Can this be used in a under stairway pantry. In south. Florida. Vented to the 24" tall space between the first and second floor. How important is it to put the vapor barrier in as the room is already drywaled and finished. The room is approx 150 cu feet.
Anthony on Jul 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello Anthony,
Ideally these should be mounted high on the wall.
Please give one of our Wine Cellar Specialists a call @ 1-800-356-8466 so they can go over your specific requirements and recommend a cooling system that best meets your needs. Thank you.
My wine cellar is a converted coat closet that backs up to my garage. So, the unit would vent into my garage, which can get warm in the summer. What's the risk if my garage gets over 85 degrees?
Ptown Wino on Nov 19, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Hello Ptown,
These cooling systems work off a 30 degree temperature differential. So, if it exceeds 85 degrees in the room you are venting into you will not be able to keep the desired temperature of 55 degrees in your wine cellar. Please call us @ 1-800-356-8466 if you have any further questions?
Thank you
I live in the mountains. In summer the exterior temperature rarely exceeds 85, so the unit should be able to cool effectively. In the winter the exterior temperature can be as low as -10 degrees F. Should I vent this unit to the outside given winter temperatures? Or should I vent it into the room containing the cellar? Does the unit only cool, or will it actually warm the cellar should the temperature become too low?
Steve on Jul 6, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Hello Steve.
This unit should only vent to an interior adjacent space that is at least 265 cuft. and does not exceed 85 degrees. It sohlud not vent outside. The unit only cools.
Thank you
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Finally something of value
I have owned a wine cellar for many years. I bought a Breezaire originally and have replaced it a few times. I thought about getting a different brand but none of them fit my opening, till now.
Adam recommended a Cellarcool stating that his customers are having good success with the product. So i gave it a try. the unit is doing a great job cooling my cellar. it is quieter than the other units, its nicer looking and runs less often. The guys at the wine enthusiast seem to know their stuff, i trust their judgment.
March 13, 2012
Few small problelms
Easy to install and seems to perform well but is more noisy than I anticipated.
June 2, 2014
Purchased
1 year ago