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4000S & 6000S 220V: Sizing Table - Wine Cellars 14-35 cubic meters

13°C Cooling Capacity1

Cooling Unit Output

4000S/Sh 220V   High Fan Speed
2875 BTUH
Decibels 67

6000S 220V   High Fan Speed
4390 BTUH
Decibels 69

Cellar Size1

 Ambient
Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

14

Cubic Meters

21°C2111 1958 1867
24°C223820351913
27°C236621121958
29°C249421902006
32°C262222672052
35°C275023452100
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21

Cubic Meters

21°C280126162503
24°C295727102560
27°C311228032616
29°C326928982672
32°C342529932730
35°C358230882788
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28

Cubic Meters

21°C339531813052
24°C357632903118
27°C375633983182
29°C393535883248
32°C411636173314
35°C429637263380
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35

Cubic Meters

21°C398837503606
24°C418838713679
27°C438739913751
29°C(4588)41123824
32°C(4789)42353899
35°C(4990)43563972

15°C Cooling Capacity1

Cooling Unit Output

4000S/Sh 220V   High Fan Speed
3115 BTUH
Decibels 67

6000S 220V   High Fan Speed
4707 BTUH
Decibels 69

Cellar Size1

 Ambient
Temperature
 Thermal Load (BTUH)
R12 R19 R30

21

Cubic Meters

21°C2801 2616 2503
24°C295727102560
27°C311228032616
29°C326928982672
32°C342529932730
35°C358230882788
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28

Cubic Meters

21°C339531813052
24°C357632903118
27°C375633983182
29°C393535883248
32°C411636173314
35°C429637263380
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35

Cubic Meters

21°C398837503606
24°C418838713679
27°C438739913751
29°C458841123824
32°C(4789)42353899
35°C(4990)43563972
 

The table is shaded to show how the 4000S and 6000S cooling units will work in a 220V / 50Hz environment under various thermal loads using the high fan speed. 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.

In 220V / 50Hz environments, CellarPro wine cooling units are designed to maintain 15°C temperatures in wine cellars up to 35 cubic meters with adequate insulation, and can be operated with the condenser exposed to conditions up to 46°C.

(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.