WhisperKOOL Platinum 4000 Wine Cellar Fully Ducted Split Cooling System (Max Room Size = 1000 cu ft)



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  • The Platinum Split sets the new standard for in-cellar split systems
  • New design improves airflow efficiency 25% and operates 10% quieter, all while being 35% smaller than our previous split system evaporator
  • The system continues to use our liquid bottle probe for monitoring the actual temperature of wine
  • Ensures the wine is being kept at 55°F
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What is the decibel level of the unit that sits outside? We have a maximum db level in our neighborhood. Thanks.
Laura on Nov 18, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The dBA rating for the evaporator is 54, and 65 for the condenser.
What is the airflow rating for sizing of the ductwork? We are looking to condition three wine cabinets with a total volume of 380 cubic feet and will be ducting supply air to the top of each cabinet and return air back from the base of each cabinet.
Pete on Oct 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Please give us a call at 1-800-356-8466. We will like to go over your application and get specifics.
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Going with a ducted system was the best choice for cooling my new cellar. My neighbor's cellar has a unit that vents into his game room and I knew a system like that wasn't for me. We had the cold side of the system installed in the storage room and the cold air ducted right into the cellar. When i am showing friends my collection they cant even tell the room is being cooled, other than the nice 55 degree temperature.

The only downside was my house was already built. They had a tricky time running the cooling lines and I had to pay a little more than originally thought for install, which came out to $1260 (plus tip for the poor guy). On my next home we will have it installed during the build process.
December 13, 2011