Cellar cooling units are used to ensure that the ideal humidity and temperature is provided inside a cellar you are using to store wine or beer so that they can age tastefully. Contact ADK today for all your Cellar cooling needs.
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CELLAR COOLING EXPERTSBuying Guide for Cellar Cooling Systems

Whether you are storing beer or wine for commercial purposes as part of your business as a restaurateur or for personal use, ADK is here to help.
Check Out How The Cooling Unit Actually Works

It is a good idea to check out how the cooling unit in the cellar cooling system you are looking at actually works.  The majority of cellars are specially configured with self-contained cooling systems known as forced air coolers.  With this kind of system, two fans are used.

While one fan is used to circulate cool air inside the cellar room, the other fan forces air into the condenser coils on the outside and removes warm air that has risen to the storage rooms ceiling.

This is one of the most efficient configurations you will find, particularly if you are storing wine in a room where the area’s temperature outside is normally 5 degrees or more or under the suggested temperature for wine storage.

Check Out The Digital Display Functionality

You will generally find that cellar cooling systems that are made by a high quality, brand name manufacturer come with features such as digital displays and electronic temperature controls.

These features are things you should consider as they are very helpful, in that they enable you to control the humidity and temperature inside your wine cellar, whether it’s commercial or domestic, very precisely.  As well as ensuring that the cellars temperature readings are accurate, electronic temperature controls ensure that there are next to no fluctuations in the temperature levels.

Digital displays are great to have as they allow you to read and assess the condition inside your wine cellar at any time you want.

Inspect The Noise Level Of The Cooling Unit

Noise Level is one of the things that you really need to give a lot of consideration to when choosing the right cellar cooling system for you.  There are various manufacturers out there who are always trying to limit the vibration and noise caused by their wine cooling systems.

Some cellar cooling systems make use of cutting edge absorption technology that means vibrations are not generated and compressors are unnecessary.  It is important also not to take this decision lightly, as vibration can damage your precious wine collections.

Identify Cooling Systems That Can Be Repaired Easily

You should consider your cellar cooling system to be as big an investment as your wine collection itself. Obviously, you will want to ensure that your wine ages tastefully and efficiently by purchasing a high quality, reliable cooling system.

If your cellar cooling system breaks down though, you will want to know that it can easily be replaced or even repaired by calling who employ engineers and technicians who have experience working with these kinds of coolers.

By choosing a system that can be easily repaired or replaced, you ensure your product don’t suffer from not being stored at the ideal humidity or temperature.

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