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Cellar Conditioners - Technical Details

To be installed into a fully insulated room, material to have an insulation R coefficient greater than 2.66.

Cellar Conditioner

Heat loss is normally measured by the thermal transmittance or U value, usually expressed in W/m2K. In its most basic terms, the lower the U value, the greater the thermal insulation. We require U value less than 0.35.

The U value is the material's thermal conductivity (for example 0.021 W/mk) divided by the thickness (100mm thickness = 0.1 for the calculation). The thermal conductivity is stated on the product page of an insulation manufacturer’s website and product information documents.

You can then convert any room into a real wine cellar.

You can achieve equal to or greater than the required insulation (as described on our information sheet) using a variety of insulation materials. The materials should be plastics based and water resistant. Mineral wool is not suitable. The insulation should be installed on top of a damp course membrane. Suitable insulation materials of an appropriate thickness include: high-density polystyrene, Celotex, Super-trioso, Kingspan, Xtra-therm or Cellecta Yelofoam. Other costs you may incur include timber, plasterboard, brick, various consumables and the cost of the contractor.

The EuroCave range of Cellar Conditioners enables you to regulate any space from 10m³ up to 50m³ (cubic metres) in size and so provide yourself with a cellar that will keep well over 1,000 bottles in an ideal climate controlled environment, reproducing a traditional underground cellar.

Discreet and quiet (when circulating fan is running). Louder noise is generated when actively cooling, though this remains one of the quietest products on the market of its type.

  • Constant temperature 10ºC - 14ºC
  • Constant humidity above 50%
  • Easy to use
  • Discreet and quiet

The quoted conditioning abilities of EuroCave Cellar conditioners are given on the basis of installation to a fully heat insulated area.

Technical Details

  Dimensions in mm Power Supply Sample Volume Cooling Capacity Weight KG Electrical Power W Heating Resistance

Start up.

Running.

Refrigerant (CFC) External Temp
Inoa 25 W385 x D322 x H1250 230V / 50 Hz up to 25 m3 * 600 W 43 Kg 550 W 650 W 16 amps 3.5 amps R134a (without CFCs) -5°C to 35°C
Inoa 50 W385 x D322 x H1250 230V / 50 Hz up to 50 m3 * 1200 W 46 Kg 800 W 650 W

20 amps

4.9 amps

R134a (without CFCs) -5°C to 35°C

The Inoa generates 44dBA minimum to 65dBA maximum of noise measured at a distance of one metre.

* in a room perfectly insulated to our specification
The above details are based on an inside temperature of 12°C and outside temperature of above 25ºC