CellarPro has been transforming the lives of many, supplying both residential and commercial wine cellars since 2008. CellarPro wine cooling units offers innovative designs that offer maximum configuration choices and adaptability for the widest array of installations.
They offer the two traditional self Contained and split Systems, both having options of being ducted or ductless. Quality is especially important to CellarPro. That’s why each unit is made in the U.S.A, inspected and benched tested before it leaves their California factory. CellarPro units are backed by the longest warranty in the industry, with 5 years of parts and repair on most units.
Features In All CellarPro Wine Cooling Units
The highest-quality components, like oversized compressors and Electrofin-coated coils, to provide outstanding cooling performance.
Advanced temperature and humidity controls that minimize fluctuations—even under a wide range of external pressures.
Variable-speed fans that deliver maximum cooling power when tempera-tures rise and ultra-quiet operation when conditions are less challenging. (Except 1800 Models).
Programmable LED display panels, so that you can conveniently adjust the settings of your cellar or storage environment. Optional networkable thermostat.
Commercial-grade features that allow for simplified repair and maintenance, such as replaceable and reusable air filters, easy-access valves, and removable steel cases.
All of our 110V units conform to strict UL safety standards.
CellarPro Wine Cooling Unit Types
Self Contained Units - A self housing unit traditionally mounted through a wall and with ducting. the evaporator side of the unit would be located in the wine cellar. While the condenser side sits in an adjacent room.
Fully Ducted Self Contained - Much like the self contained unit, the evaporator and condenser are housed in the same unit with one major difference. They can be installed in a remote location allowing you to use ducting and eliminating noise of the unit.
Ducted Split System - CellarPro's split systems separate the condenser and evaporator. When using a ducted split system this allows you to have both to in remote locations while saving wall space and reducing noise in the cellar.
Ductless Split System - CellarPro's ductless split systems are designed for the evaporator to be mounted on the wall or ceiling depending on the model while having the condenser installed in a remote location by a HVAC technician.
These units are fully-charged and ready to install out of the box. With self contained units, the hot and cold sides of the cooling unit are combined in one package, on opposite sides of the wine cooling unit. The cold side will face into the cellar, the hot side into a space adjacent to the cellar. Self contained systems are generally the most affordable to purchase.
The advantage of self-contained units is that they are relatively easy to install. As with all cooling units, however, it is absolutely vital to have a properly constructed wine cellar. CellarPro self contained units must have adequate ventilation. Hot exhaust air must have room to dissipate. This will prevent the condenser side of the unit from overheating.
CellarPro self contained units include the CellarPro VS Series, CellarPro 1800 Series, and the Houdini series designed specifically for glass enclosed wine cellars.
The obvious advantage of ducting a self-contained unit is that cellar owners don’t have to install the unit in their cellar. This saves space for extra bottles and ducted systems are generally more quiet.
Instead of being installed through the wall, they are installed in a remote location such as an attic. The warm exhaust air from the condenser moves to the outside of the house or into a utility room or garage, also via ducting. The cool air from the evaporator side of the system moves into the cellar via ducting.
CellarPro's family of fully ducted self-contained units includes Cellapro VSi series, and CellarPro VSx series.
Split refrigeration systems separate the evaporator from the condensing unit, allowing the noise and heat from the condensing unit to be located away from interior living areas. Some split units can be ducted, either on the cold side, on the hot side, or both.
With cold-side ducting, the cooling unit could be located away from the cellar, removing any visible equipment from the cellar. With a hot-side ducting, the cooling unit can be located in a small space with limited airflow. Ducting will bring remote air to and/or from the cooling unit.
Configurable for internal or external installations, our splits include a variable-speed fan on the evaporator with a low setting for quieter operation and a high setting for maximum power. When using a ducted split system this allows you to have both to in remote locations while saving wall space and reducing noise in the cellar.
These units are “split” into a hot side, the condensing unit, and a cold side, the evaporator, which are connected by copper tubing, called the line set. Such as the split systems that are ducted, there are split system that do not require ducting. Requiring to install the evaporator inside you wine cellar as shown in the diagram.
CellarPro's ductless split systems are designed for the evaporator to be mounted on the wall or ceiling depending on the model while having the condenser installed in a remote location by a HVAC technician.
As stated the evaporator unit mounts to the wall of the cellar. This provides maximum cooling power. The installation technician can install the condensing unit elsewhere, such as an attic or outdoors.
Split systems are more expensive to install than self-contained units. However, split systems give you the ability to reduce noise inside the cellar by having the condenser installed in a remote location.