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    Step 5: Which different cooling techniques do you have


    Step 5: Which different cooling techniques do you have

    Thermo-electric (Peltier)

    A Peltier system is often cheaper. This system is often used for the smaller wine coolers and is quiet, vibration-free and does not use coolants. It cools down to a maximum of 15 degrees (relative to the ambient temperature) and generally consumes more energy. The Peltier system is not suitable for built-in installation. In addition, it may not be placed on a heat source (such as a radiator or other refrigerator) or in direct sunlight. Provide a free space of 10cm all around for good ventilation.

    + Cheaper
    + Quiet
    + Vibration free
    + Does not use coolant

    - Consumes a lot of energy
    - Because of the energy consumption the system produces a lot of heat, this makes the cabinet not suitable for built-in installation.
    - Lasts less long


    A compressor works a bit like the cooling system of a refrigerator. The vibrations of the wine refrigerator are therefore comparable to a refrigerator. Coolant evaporates and thus extracts heat from the environment. As a result, your wine is always at the right temperature! This system is often used for the larger wine climate cabinets.

    + Cools very well
    + Large temperature range
    + Suitable for built-in installation
    + Long lifespan

    - More expensive
    - Because of the coolant less environmentally friendly
    - Vibrates through the compressor, not pleasant for storing wine longer 

    Absorption cooling

    Two liquids are combined to cool the wine. The wine cooler does not need a compressor to cool and is therefore vibration-free. This makes a wine cooler with absorption cooling perfect for storing wine for a longer period of time to mature and age (wine storage cabinet).
    + Vibration-free
    + Noiseless
    + Very suitable to use wine for a longer period of time
    + Cooling by liquid, so less use of electricity
    - More expensive
    - Cools less well at high temperature
    - Cools relatively slowly

    Help selecting & advice

    Step 1: Store or cool wine
    Step 2: How many temperature zones
    Step 3: How many wine bottles
    Step 4: Placement of wine cabinet
    Step 5: Different cooling techniques
    Step 6: Air Quality
    Step 7: Convenient additional functions
    Tip: Best serving & storage temperature


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