Sizing Table: Wine Cellars 100-400 cu ft - 1800 Series

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Cooling Unit Output

1800QT

55°F: 1380 BTUH   60°F: 1479 BTUH

Decibels 45

1800XT

55°F: 1456 BTUH   60°F: 1558 BTUH

Decibels 47

1800XTS / 1800XTSx

55°F: 1886 BTUH   60°F: 2031 BTUH

Decibels 52

Cellar Size

 Ambient

Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
55°F Cellar Temp60°F Cellar Temp
R12 R19 R12 R19

100

Cubic Feet

65°F956 912 841 803
75°F1068979940862
85°F118010461038920
95°F129111141136980
     

200

Cubic Feet

65°F1220115710741018
75°F1380125312141103
85°F1538134913531187
95°F1699144614951272
     

300

Cubic Feet

65°F1501142213211251
75°F1700154214961357
85°F(1900)166216721463
95°F(2100)178318481558
     

400

Cubic Feet

65°F1698160914941416
75°F(1921)174416901535
85°F(2146)187918881654
95°F(2369)(2015)(2085)1773
      

(1) The table is shaded to show which cooling units will work at 55°F and 60°F under various thermal loads. The thermal loads are derived from assumptions about the size of the cellar; the R-value in the six cellar surfaces (ie walls, floor and ceiling) and the ambient temperature outside the cellar.

We provide the estimated thermal loads for various-size wine cellars across a range of ambient temperatures and with different R-Values to help you select the appropriate CellarPro wine cooling unit for your cellar. The thermal loads are calculated based on the R-Values shown for all walls and ceiling, and a concrete floor. Lower R-Values in the cellar (eg from glass doors or uninsulated concrete walls) will increase the thermal load on the wine cellar. To be certain that the thermal load won't exceed the capacity of the cooling unit, email your wine cellar specifications to us and we'll be glad to assist you.