Wine Guardian’s ducted split wine cellar cooling system provides superb air distribution and temperature control for optimal conditioning of your wine cellar. The extremely quiet and virtually vibration-free system offers maximum flexibility in system location and cellar designs.
Our system makes it ideal for cellars that have little or no extra space to install a self-contained Wine Guardian system, for applications where condenser air is difficult to exhaust and for longer duct runs. We offer four ducted split models that are available in four capacities producing between 3,400 to 14,900 BTU/H in 60Hz models and four ducted split models that produce between 1,055 to 3,812 watts in 50Hz versions.
The split system operates in ambient temperatures between 0°F and 115°F (-18°C and 46°C). As with all Wine Guardian products, it is certified by ETL to UL and Canadian standards for safety and performance.
with ductable fan-coil is recommended for large residential and commercial applications. To determine if this cooling system will sufficiently cool your wine room, use our wine cooling calculator. Contractor installation is required. Max capacity of 14,150 BTU/h (4.10 Kilowatts).
[The SS200 is a 60Hz system, which is standard in the majority of North and South America; if you need a comparable 50Hz system (used in most of Europe, Asia, Africa, & Australia), see the WGS175 wine cellar cooling unit. Verify your country’s line frequency.]
This wine cellar air conditioner has many available options and accessories. Some of these include Wine Guardian’s serving temperature option and an electric heater option. The serving temperature option allows wine to be stored at serving temperature (short-term storage), while the electric heater is a factory-mounted heater designed to protect your cellar from cold ambient temperatures.
*Please note that any glass in a wine cellar, especially entire glass walls, can significantly affect the heat loss of the room and require a larger unit to cool the room properly.
Wine Enthusiast strongly recommends a full consultation with a Wine Storage Specialist before purchasing a wine cellar cooling unit. If the unit is returned due to an improper size, incorrect application or other non-warranty challenges, restocking and shipping fees will apply.