Sizing Table: 1750-2000 cu ft - 8000S

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CellarPro Wine Cellar Refrigeration 8000S Split Systems

55°F Cooling Capacity1

8000S - Low Fan Speed

BTUH 5961   Decibels 54

8000S - Medium Fan Speed

BTUH 6346   Decibels 58

8000S - High Fan Speed

BTUH 6713   Decibels 66

Cellar Size1

 Ambient

Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

1750

Cubic Feet

70°F5141 4860 4691
75°F537650024775
80°F561251444861
85°F584952884949
90°F608554315035
95°F632455765124
   

2000

Cubic Feet

70°F586155565372
75°F611657115466
80°F637358665558
85°F663060225653
90°F(6888)61785748
95°F(7146)63355844
 

CellarPro Wine Cellar Refrigeration 8000S Split Systems

60°F Cooling Capacity1

8000S - Low Fan Speed

BTUH 6392   Decibels 54

8000S - Medium Fan Speed

BTUH 6765   Decibels 58

8000S - High Fan Speed

BTUH 7183   Decibels 66

 

Cellar Size1

 Ambient

Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

1750

Cubic Feet

70°F4524 4277 4128
75°F473144024202
80°F493945274278
85°F514746534355
90°F535547794431
95°F556549074509
   

2000

Cubic Feet

70°F515848894727
75°F538250264810
80°F560851624891
85°F583452994975
90°F606154375058
95°F628855755143

The upper table is shaded to show how the 8000S cooling unit will work at maintaining 55°F, and the lower table to show how the 8000S cooling unit will work at maintaining 60°F, inside the wine cellar using various fan speeds 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.

CellarPro 8000S wine cooling units are designed to maintain optimal wine storage temperatures in wine cellars up to 2250 cubic feet with adequate insulation, and can be operated with the condenser exposed to conditions up to 110°F. For more information, click on our performance and test data.

(1) The thermal loads above 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) will increase the thermal load on the wine cellar and will require the cooling unit to operate at higher fan speeds. Warmer climates require higher insulation to enable the cooling unit to operate at lower fan speeds. 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.