The WineMaster C25SR offers cooling and heating for cellars up to 25m3 in size. This wine cellar conditioning unit also has two fans speeds. In comparison with the WineMaster C25 and the C25S, the C25SR unit is fitted with a winter system to protect the compressor during cold start. In operation this wine cellar conditioner is very quiet and efficient, helping to reduce energy costs.
The WineMaster C25SR can be set at any temperature within the optimum range for successfully ageing wines and they cool the air slowly and gently. It’s designed to maintain humidity rather than dehydrating the cellar although sometimes additional humidification may be required in extremely dry climates. The WineMaster C25SR is usually installed approximately 18 inches from the top of the room in order to achieve maximum cooling. The unit will also require an unobstructed airflow and adequate ventilation to dissipate the heat generated by the unit.
The main features of the WineMaster C25SR include:
- Winter system function for a cold start
- Heating function so that temperatures do not drop too low
- 2 adjustable speeds controlled by the thermostat
- 90% electrical efficiency with a brush-less engine
- Rubber shock absorbers for quiet operating (At 1m to 3m expect 45dB to 40dB)
- Eco-friendly with no CFCs
- Electronic thermostat with easy to read digital display
- Cold production can be manually stopped with a standby mode
- Easy installation with a wooden frame supplied as standard
- Low and easy maintenance will a single dust filter requiring cleaning and replacement annually
- Wooden frame external dimensions (mm) 374h x 514w x 150d
- Gas – R449A
- Cooling Power 500 W
- Electrical Power 400 W
- Heating Power 250 W
- WineMaster C25SR is supplied with 3pins UK plug 5 Amp fused
When choosing a place in the home for a wine cellar, temperature control is top of the list.
For those who demand perfect, long-term storage, a dedicated insulated and air-conditioned room are ideal. Almost any available space in your home can be used whether it’s a basement, an out-building or a garage. It simply needs to be insulated so that the appropriate wine conditioning equipment can be installed to control temperature and humidity.
Maintenance of your cellar and Wine Conditioning Unit
Regular temperature checks let you know your cellar and conditioning unit is protecting your wine. The conditioning unit must always have a clear air intake, and outflow, and it will provide great service for many years. The conditioning unit dust filter should be cleaned every 3 months and renewed every 12 months for hygienic operation.
All conditioning units we supply have the lowest operating noise levels in their class, the WineMaster Conditioning Unit being the quietest at 38dB in regulated testing conditions. With the introduction of the latest eco-friendly refrigerant gases, gurgling sounds may become more noticeable or frequent from time to time, and this is perfectly normal. For an even quieter, peaceful environment, ask us about our ‘Split Unit‘ options which take noise levels down to 30dB or less.
If having your own wine cellar is not an option, there is a huge range of wine storage cabinets that provide a great solution. There are cabinets for conditioning, presentation, and serving, some cabinets with individually temperature-controlled compartments, the choice is massive. Call us for advice and to help you select the perfect cabinet for your needs.
The ideal temperature for storing wine is between 12°C and 15°C. Too much of a variation on either side and wine can be permanently damaged. Temperature fluctuation meanwhile is an even greater concern. Changes in temperature caused by a bottle being stored next to a radiator can result in an expansion and contraction of the wine which can lead to rapid deterioration. Wine conditioning units incorporated into a cellar achieve the optimum wine storage temperature as well as keep this temperature constant. Multi-temperature wine cabinets are ideal for storing wine at the optimum temperature on a smaller scale.
A slightly damp cellar is ideal as the humidity stops corks from drying out. A dry cork exposes the wine to oxygen which can cause spoilage. Keeping the bottle horizontal on specialist wine racking or in a cabinet also helps to keep the cork moist and therefore keep its shape.
Cellars should be dark as ultraviolet light destroys wine. Wine cabinets with anti-UV glass doors are also perfect for protecting wines from the light.
Frequent agitation of wines is not good for your bottles, particularly the older ones, and the wine risks deterioration.
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