Sizing Table: 4000-7500 cu ft - AH18-24

CellarPro Cooling Systems AH18-24 Air Handler

55°F Cooling Capacity1

AH18

BTUH 15000   Decibels2 77

AH24

BTUH 17500   Decibels2 79

Cellar Size1

 Ambient

Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

4000

Cubic Feet

70°F10950 8725 7326
75°F1183194737991
80°F12763102738708
85°F13756111339485
90°F148181206310331
95°F159611307311258
   

5000

Cubic Feet

70°F12842101448448
75°F13885110409251
80°F149921200010119
85°F161731303311060
90°F(18544)1415312087
95°F(19911)1537213213
   

7500

Cubic Feet

70°F(18319)1325910772
75°F(19394)1415311553
80°F(20528)1510612391
85°F(21729)1612513297
90°F(23008)(18327)14281
95°F(24377)(19515)15355
   
 

CellarPro Cooling Systems AH18-24 Air Handler

60°F Cooling Capacity1

AH18

BTUH 16650   Decibels2 77

AH24

BTUH 19450   Decibels2 79

 

Cellar Size1

 Ambient

Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

4000

Cubic Feet

70°F9636 7678 6447
75°F1041183367032
80°F1123190407663
85°F1210597978347
90°F13040106159091
95°F14046115049907
   

5000

Cubic Feet

70°F1130189277434
75°F1221997158141
80°F13193105608905
85°F14232114699733
90°F163191245510637
95°F175221352711627
   

7500

Cubic Feet

70°F16121116689479
75°F170671245510167
80°F180651329310904
85°F191221419011701
90°F(20247)1612812567
95°F(21452)1717313512
   

The upper table is shaded to show how the AH18-24 air handler cooling systems will work at maintaining 55°F, and the lower how the AH18-24 air handler cooling systems will work at maintaining 60°F, inside the wine cellar 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 AH18-24 air handler cooling units are designed to maintain optimal wine storage temperatures in wine cellars up to 7500 cubic feet with adequate insulation, and can be operated with the condenser exposed to conditions up to 110°F.

(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. Warmer climates require higher insulation. 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.

(2) The decibels are listed for the evaporator / condensing unit, both ducted.