Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 22:02:01 PM. . By Lyla Maier.
Split Cooling versus Self-Contained Cooling: Self-contained systems are less expensive and simple to install but possible downsides include the noise it produces during normal operation and a shorter life span (around 5 to 6 years) compared to a split cooling system. The availability of a suitable adjacent room for ventilation can also be a factor but this could be solved by using air ducts to control where the warm air can be vented. One such wine cellar cooling system that uses this method is the Cellarmate Self-Contained System. Of course, there will be additional costs depending on the circumstances surrounding the installation.
This allows them to quietly cool the air without removing the essential moisture the corks need. Only excess moisture is removed, maintaining an appropriate, relative humidity. Some units have audible and visual alarms to alert you about whether the temperature inside the cellar is too warm or too cold. It’s important to find the wine cellar cooling unit that best fits your collection, your home, and your budget. If you’re truly invested in your wine, it only makes sense to invest in your wine’s preservation.
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