- 1Wine Cabinet Cooling Units in California
- 1.1Cooling Systems for Wine Cabinets
- 2US Cellar Systems and M&M Cellar Systems Team Up in Beverly Hills, California
- 2.1M&M Cellar Systems Installs a Cooling Unit from US Cellar Systems in a Wine Cabinet in California
- 3A Wine Cabinet Cooling System Manufacturer that you can Trust
M&M Cellar Systems Installs a Cooling Unit from US Cellar Systems in a Wine Cabinet in California
Recently, M&M Cellar Systems and US Cellars teamed up again in a wine storage solution project. M&M Cellar Systems installed a wine cabinet refrigeration unit in a residence in Beverly Hills, California. The unit was an HS 6600 System, manufactured by US Cellar Systems. This unit is under US Cellar Systems’ High Static, or, HS Series, of wine cooling units.
US Cellar Systems built the HS Series of cooling units to provide the right circulation of air in a wine storage area that has narrow spaces. The Series are a split type of wine cooling systems. Their evaporators and condensers can be placed apart from each other. The HS Series refrigeration systems are so powerful that they can be installed as far as 25 feet away from a wine cellar. This configuration minimizes the noise inside the wine cellar.
Split type wine cooling systems can either be ducted or ductless. The HS Series of wine cabinet refrigeration systems are the ducted type. In the ducted type of configuration, cool air passes through a duct and into the wine cabinet.
In all the HS Series models of cooling units, US Cellar Systems uses R134a refrigerant. The evaporators in all these models have capacities that range from 1,800 to 20,000 BTU per hour.
In the Beverly Hills wine cabinet cooling unit installation project, the owner and lead technician of M&M Cellar Systems, Mario Morales, determined the right unit for the wine cabinet by calculating the heat load from the cabinet’s details and dimensions. He also considered the type and location of the wine cabinet construction. The calculation determined that an HS 6600 wine cabinet refrigeration unit was the most appropriate unit for the cabinet. The wine cabinet cooling unit was installed including a piping set, for moving liquid and gaseous refrigerant to the wine cabinet.
The installation of the HS 6600 wine cabinet cooling unit in the Beverly Hills wine cabinet involved charging it with Freon, a refrigerant that is commonly used in air conditioning. Mr. Morales also did a pressure test on the cooling system after it was charged with Freon.
Pressure reading is done to check for leaks inside and outside the wine cabinet cooling system. Regardless what cabinet cooling unit you choose, having a pressure test done is a standard operating procedure. It is a procedure done by an HVAC installation professional, and helps make sure that the wine cabinet cooling unit can handle the pressure declared by the unit’s manufacturer.
A Wine Cabinet Cooling System Manufacturer that you can Trust
M&M Cellar Systems has had many successful wine storage solution projects, and this wine cabinet cooling unit installation project in Beverly Hills is only one of them.
M&M Cellar Systems makes it a point to consistently meet their client’s needs and provide them with customer satisfaction. This is why they only use products manufactured by the best in the industry. US Cellar Systems is one of the companies that M&M Cellar Systems can confidently collaborate with.
US Cellar Systems manufactures all kinds of wine cellar and wine cabinet cooling systems. For more information about them, and their products and services, call US Cellar Systems today at (562) 513-3017!
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