Wine cellar insulation


Insulation and maintenance are determining factors for an efficient functioning of the air conditioner.

Wine cellar insulation

A good insulation enables to maintain a stable temperature and humidity level. The assembly of the elements of insulation should be done, preferably by locking panels or by gluing panels together to ensure a perfect continuity of insulation.

Good insulation of cellar avoids input parasitic heat and humidity. In addition to the wall insulation, we also recommend both floor and door insulation.

Floor insulation

The floor of the cellar must be able to support the wine racks and the stored wine.  Thus,  it’s necessary to choose insulation with adequate compression strength.

Door insulation: Two solutions are possible.

Insulate your existing door with the same insulation materials used for the walls of the cellar.  Provide a tight seal between the door frame and all sides of the door with a strip of foam rubber for example.

Use a specially designed isothermal door WineMaster, with polyurethane foam and a sealing foam rubber.  This door is fitted throughout its periphery with a seal that incorporates a magnetic closure.

Maintenance

The WineMaster air conditioners are designed to minimize maintenance. A simple practice is established on each air conditioner to ensure its longevity: the dust filter. Cleaning the filter ensures free air flow around the condenser.

Whenever dirty or at least once a year, it is necessary to change the filter.  A dirty filter can damage the air conditioner.  Replacing the dust filter is very easy and takes only a few minutes. So, it is recommended to replace the filter in spring and to check it again in autumn in order to optimize the functioning of the air conditioner.