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Sizing Table: 400-600 cu ft - Split 3000Scmr

55°F Cooling Capacity1

Cooling Unit Output

Low Fan Speed
2253 BTUH
Decibels 54

Medium Fan Speed
2605 BTUH
Decibels 58

High Fan Speed
2720 BTUH
Decibels 66

Cellar Size1

 Ambient
Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

400

Cubic Feet

70°F1810 1676 1596
75°F192117441636
80°F203318111676
85°F214418791717
90°F225619461758
95°F236920151800
Divider    

500

Cubic Feet

70°F211119581867
75°F223820351913
80°F236621121958
85°F21902006
90°F22672052
95°F23452100
Divider    

600

Cubic Feet

70°F235921922092
75°F22782143
80°F23622194
85°F24462244
90°F2296
95°F2347
 

CellarPro Cooling Systems Split 3000Scmr Wine Cellar Refrigeration System

60°F Cooling Capacity1

 

Cooling Unit Output

Low Fan Speed
2412 BTUH
Decibels 54

Medium Fan Speed
2793 BTUH
Decibels 58

High Fan Speed
2920 BTUH
Decibels 66

Cellar Size1

 Ambient
Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

400

Cubic Feet

70°F1593 1475 1404
75°F169015351440
80°F178915941475
85°F188816541511
90°F198517121547
95°F208517731584
Divider    

500

Cubic Feet

70°F185817231643
75°F196917911683
80°F208218591723
85°F219619271765
90°F230719951806
95°F242020641848
Divider    

600

Cubic Feet

70°F207619291841
75°F220020051886
80°F232220791931
85°F244621521975
90°F257022272020
95°F267123022065
Divider    

700

Cubic Feet

70°F231421562059
75°F244822372108
80°F258223182158
85°F23982205
90°F24802255
95°F25612303

The upper table shows how the CellarPro split 3000Scmr refrigeration unit will work at maintaining 55°F, the lower table at maintaining 60°F inside the wine cellar using various fan speeds and under different 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 split 3000Scmr refrigeration units are designed to maintain optimal wine storage temperatures in wine cellars 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 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.

Cells shaded blue indicate loads that exceed the capacity of the cooling units shown in this table.