N'FINITY 3000 Wine Cellar Cooling Unit (Max Room Size = 650 Cu. Ft.)
Item # 840 03 30
If using the one out the back plug the one in the front with the supplied plug.
There are many factors that may affect this.
The room that it is venting into needs to be at least same size as the cooling capacity of the unit.
For the most part, the air coming off the back is approximately 85 degrees.
Please give one of our Wine Cellar Specialists a call @ 1-800-356-8466 to further discuss.
Basically what this means is that the room you are venting into should not exceed 85 degrees if you want to keep 55 degrees in your wine cellar. This unit is made to cool up to 1000 cubic feet, so you should not have a problem cooling your space. Please contact one of our storage consultants so they can go over the proper way to build out your wine cellar.
So if the outside air is going to be less than 85 degrees year round and above 50 degrees year round you can have the unit exhaust and intake directly outside.
Right on the site - there is click thru for the manual. Once you click on the manual is available in PDF format. I can also e-mail you the link.
While this system will help maintain humidity it will not control or add it.
Please feel free to contact one of our Wine Cellar Specialists @ 1-800-356-8466 to discuss all available cooling system options for your specific needs.
It cannot be vented through a duct, however we offer a factory duct kit that is specific to this unit.
Please call one of Wine Cellar Specialists @ 1-800-356-8466 to further discuss.
(1) how I am going to do the drain ? and how much water is generates in a day or a week?.
(2) can the exaust go outside the house through a 6" duck, that is already installed .
The N'finity cooling system really should mount 3-6" from the ceiling only. The amount of condensation depends on several factors of the cellar. Please call one of our Wine Cellar Specialists @ 1-800-356-8466 to discuss your situation.
I will run a drain line from the unit to a pump, and would dearly love not to have the line visible from outside the wine cellar. Ideally, I would drain it "into" the wall, though I could see where that might be a problem if the drain line clogged or started to leak...
My second choice would be to drain it on the inside of the wine cellar, and then run the drain line through the walls to the utility room and the pump.
Any help with this?
It's installed in my basement, my living room is directly above and we can not hear it operate. The Grand Cru we had before (4200) was poor in every way, would never buy again.
So far so good with this N'Finity, just hope it lasts longer.
house. Very disappointed !
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