WGS025 Ductless Split Wine Cellar Cooling Unit
The WGS025 Ductless Split wine cellar cooling system is a cutting-edge system versatile enough for either surface-mounting or through-the-wall mounting in small cellars.
The WGS025 is a 50Hz system, which is standard in the majority of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, & New Zealand. Unit capacity is up to 680W.
The WGS025 Ductless Split wine cellar cooling system is a cutting-edge system versatile enough for either surface-mounting or through-the-wall mounting in small cellars which have no room for mechanical equipment or are unable to accommodate ductwork. Use our product advisor tool to determine if this cooling system will adequately condition your wine room.
[The WGS025 is a 50Hz system, which is standard in the majority of Europe, Asia, Africa, & Australia; if you need a comparable 60Hz system (used in most of North America and South America) see the SS018 wine cellar cooling unit. Verify your country’s line frequency.]
The WGS025 wine cellar cooling system comes with a variety of options and accessories. The Low Ambient option protects your wine collection from low (below 4°C to a minimum of -18°C) ambient temperatures. The Electric Heat option is a factory-mounted heater which is available to protect your cellar from getting too cold. Our Serving Temperature option allows wine to be stored at serving temperature (5°C to 18°C) instead of storage temperature. Pairing the WGS025 with our freestanding humidifier allows for humidity control within the cellar.
Condensing unit is patented. US Patent No. D791295. EU Patent No. 003189349-0001.
0.10 – 0.68 kW
3 – 34 m³
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Documents and Resources
- Ductless Split Datasheet
- Ductless Split Manual
- Ductless Split Quick Start Installation Guide (Multi-Language)
- Ductless Split Specifications Sheet
Low Ambient Protection
Protects the system from cold temperatures below 5°C (40°F).
Extreme Low Ambient Protection
Condenser protection in extreme climate conditions. It is required for continuous operation in climates that fall below 20°F. Enables the system to operate in temperatures as low as -20°F.