If you’re a homeowner in Australia and have been considering ways to improve the quality of your wine, you may have heard of cellar cooling and wondered if it’s suitable for your needs. In short, yes it is! Cellar cooling is the process of controlling the temperature and humidity levels in a cellar or other confined space to create the ideal environment for storing wine. Waste chill can be used in conjunction with a wine preservation system to achieve this goal.

Waste chill is a form of energy recovery which captures heat from one area and transfers it elsewhere – in this case from a warm source such as an air conditioning unit or hot water system, to a cooler area such as a cellar. The cool air from the cellar is then circulated back into the warm area, creating an efficient closed-loop system that reduces energy consumption and cost.

Using waste chill with a wine preservation system can help maintain optimal temperatures for storing wines over long periods of time without affecting their taste or quality. It also offers significant energy savings compared to traditional methods of cooling; studies have shown that using waste chill can reduce energy consumption by up to 30%. In addition, it helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions, making it an environmentally friendly option.

The design and installation of cellar cooling systems require specialist knowledge and experience; something which Euroheat Australia has in abundance. As Perth engineers & installers with over 30 years’ experience designing & constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems, they understand what it takes to create an efficient waste chill system that meets your needs while creating minimal disruption in terms of cost and installation time. Their team will work closely with you to come up with the best solution for your home – whether that’s installing an existing model or designing one customised to fit your unique requirements.

By opting for Euroheat Australia’s design & installation services, you can rest assured that your wine preservation system will be installed correctly and efficiently – saving you money on energy bills while helping you get the most out of your wines over time. So why not get in touch today and see what we can do for you?

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