The Cube-LT is a wine cellar cooling system made up of three modules. First, a water
loop acts as a mediator
between these three modules to pump heat out of the wine cellar. This same water
circulates continuously in a
loop between the three modules, but it should be noted that this system does not consume
water and is not
connected to the water supply of the building.
Then, a compressor unit, located away from the wine cellar, usually the mechanical room
or the garage,
constantly cools the water in the system's air conditioning loop. This water is then
routed to the diffuser in
the wine cellar via the control box.
The control box continuously monitors the conditions in the wine cellar and via its
control algorithm, adjusts
the cold water supply to the diffuser in the wine cellar.
The diffuser in the wine cellar, RC4LT, pumps the heat in the wine cellar and rejects
this heat in the cold
water loop which then returns to the compressor unit.
This cooling loop, like a standard system, is done without refrigerant gas (which can
affect the health of the
occupants of the house in the event of a leak) and at a higher temperature, thereby
reducing the thermal shock
to the bottles near the diffuser. In addition, this higher temperature air conditioning
eliminates the drying of
the air due to the compressor.
This system is therefore the most suitable for the glazed cellar on the ground floor. In
this type of
installation, all the bottles are close to the cooling system and are at risk of
suffering from thermal shocks
generated by the operation of a standard system. In addition, by having the compressor
unit remote, this system
does not emit noise outside the wine cellar.
A state-of-the-art system for storing wine without making noise outside the wine cellar.
*** The noise level of an air conditioning system (dB) for a wine cellar is rarely the
main irritant. Like the
torture of the drop of water, it is the stop/start every 10-15 minutes that pushes the
owners of "through the
wall" type systems to unplug, after a few months, their device. In the case of a wine
cellar within the living
space, ''split'' or ''ducted'' type systems are the only option to consider to stay