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Sizing Table: 1250-1750 cu ft - 6000Scmr

55°F Cooling Capacity1

Cooling Unit Output

Low Fan Speed
4141 BTUH
Decibels 57

Medium Fan Speed
4789 BTUH
Decibels 61

High Fan Speed
5000 BTUH
Decibels 69

Cellar Size1

 Ambient
Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

1250

Cubic Feet

70°F3988 3750 3606
75°F418838713679
80°F438739913751
85°F458841123824
90°F478942353899
95°F499043563972
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1500

Cubic Feet

70°F460843464188
75°F482944804268
80°F(5048)46134349
85°F(5269)47464429
90°F(5490)48794510
95°F(5711)(5014)4591
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1750

Cubic Feet

70°F(5141)48604691
75°F(5376)(5002)4775
80°F(5612)(5144)4861
85°F(5849)(5288)4949
90°F(6085)(5431)(5035)
95°F(6324)(5576)(5124)
 

CellarPro Cooling Systems 6000Scmr Split Refrigeration System

60°F Cooling Capacity1

 

Cooling Unit Output

Low Fan Speed
4434 BTUH
Decibels 57

Medium Fan Speed
5135 BTUH
Decibels 61

High Fan Speed
5368 BTUH
Decibels 69

Cellar Size1

 Ambient
Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

1250

Cubic Feet

70°F3509 3300 3173
75°F368534063238
80°F386135123301
85°F403736193365
90°F421437273431
95°F439138333495
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1500

Cubic Feet

70°F405538243685
75°F425039423756
80°F444240593827
85°F463741763898
90°F483142943969
95°F502644124040
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1750

Cubic Feet

70°F452442774128
75°F473144024202
80°F493945274278
85°F514746534355
90°F535547794431
95°F(5565)49074509

The upper table shows how the 6000Scmr cooling 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 6000Scmr wine cooling units are designed to maintain optimal wine storage temperatures in wine cellars up to 1750 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 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.