CellarPro 1800 Duct HOOD (Hot Side) with Inline Fan #7409
- 6-inch inline fan (120 CFM)
- Galvanized metal duct hood slides over the rear of the cooling unit and baffles the air intake and exhaust
- 8-foot power line provides switched power for the inline fan to match the on/off cycle of the wine cooling unit
Ducting is not included with this kit. If you prefer, we also offer a kit that includes ducting.
- Inline fan (3000RPM, 120 CFM) has a permanently lubricated, impedance protected motor
- Heavy gauge plated steel brackets
- Switched power to match the cooling unit
- Designed to fit over the rear of all CellarPro 1800 wine cooling units
- Includes an easy-access panel to replace air filters (sold separately)
- Grommet openings for the drain line and power cord
Size: 18 1/4w x 6 3/4d x 10 1/4h (in)
Weight: 8 lbs
115V, 60 Hz, 0.6 amps (Inline Fan)
Capacity: 100 Equivalent Feet
Click on one of the following links for more information:
- Duct Hood Drawings
The depth of the hood includes 2 1/4 (in) for the 6-inch dia. duct adapters. The hood is designed to slide over the rear of the cooling unit, and will overlap the cooling unit by approximately 1-2 (in).
- Rear Duct Installation Guide
- Rear Drawings - As Ducted
- Ducting Installation Best Practices
Ratings & Reviews
Wouldn't let me make a mistake - see review of the CellarPro 1800XT
by Walther H
I've built these refrigerated closets before, but on this one I built I was not sure if I needed the duct hood since I had open a large open space for the back of the unit. I ordered, but did not install the hood at first. But, after the chiller was running for a about an hour or so the large closet the chiller was venting too had risen abut 15 degrees from "normal". That was too hot and the door to that closet would have to be left open most of the time.
I attached the hood and let the intake draw from the closet and I vented the "hot" side to a large semi-conditioned air space.
What a difference it made. The closet actually got cooler since it was pulling in more fresh air and exhausting the hot air to the other conditioned space. The fan was not a bother since most of its "noise" was venting to the conditioned space.
I'm glad I bought the hood as a "just in case". I needed it.