WhisperKOOL Platinum Mini Split (Max Room Size = 500 cu ft)



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  • The Platinum Mini-Split gives anyone the opportunity to have a top-quality wine cellar
  • This system cools up to 500 cubic feet with the compressor located in a remote location and the evaporator mounted in the cellar
  • The unit is equipped with the Platinum Series controller utilizing Advanced System Protection Technology
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Item # 840 75 01
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I recently moved to a house with this WhisperKOOL installed in the wine room. Does it require a filter change or any other routine maintenance? Thanks!
Paul on Mar 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello Paul,
Yes there is a filter that is washable and reusable on the evap side. On the condenser you can have a tech vacuum or blow off any dust or debris. Should be done every 3 months.
how loud is the evaporator unit in terms of db ?
kaisch on May 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I haven’t measure the sound pressure level, but it’s equivalent to a small window air conditioner. Of course, there’s no compressor noise, only fan.
We are in Texas and this house has spray foam insulation. Is there any reason the condenser could not be set in the attic?
null on May 22, 2012
BEST ANSWER: The only reason you would not put it in the attic would be the temperature in the attic.
The system has a maximum exhaust environment of 110 degrees
Where do I plug in the liquid measuring thermometer?
Bob on Nov 16, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question, the liquid thermometer plugs into an outlet on the evaporator.
Does the freon lineset get installed thru the back of the evaporater or can it be routed thru the side. We have no wall to penetrate that does not have a room on the opposite side of the wall. All the rooms are finished on three walls. We can only run the lineset out the wall with the entry door opening so side penetration on the evaporater for freon lines is a must. Also, can we drain into a bucket as the customer has no accessable drain.
timsubzero on Aug 3, 2011
BEST ANSWER: The lines only go in through the back, so if you have to have them come from the side, perhaps you could build out the evaporator off the wall so the lines could come from the side and elbow in.
The condensate drain can be run to a bucket, but they will have to monitor the water level and dump the water if it gets to high.
Let me know if you have any additional questions!
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So far all is great and the temp. is holding at a steady 55 degrees. The units both inside and out is very quite! I'm extremely pleased that I decided to go with this system.
July 31, 2017
over 2 years ago