Are you considering the option of cooling your cellar with waste chill? If so, then it’s important to know if your existing cellar is suitable. Luckily, Euroheat Australia, Perth’s experts in hydronic heating & cooling systems with 30 years of experience, can help you determine this.

When evaluating a cellar for cooling using waste chill, there are several factors you should consider. The most important are whether your cellar has enough space for the necessary equipment and whether the walls and roof have adequate insulation.

The first step is to measure the space available in your cellar. This should include measurements of all four walls as well as any shelves or other obstacles that may interfere with the installation of equipment. Make sure to note any areas that may be difficult to access due to obstacles or narrow spaces. You should also measure the height of the ceiling and make sure that it is at least 200mm higher than the machinery that will be installed in order to ensure proper ventilation.

The next step is to check the insulation levels of your cellar walls and roof. If these are not properly insulated, then you will need to factor in additional expenses related to purchasing and installing insulation materials before proceeding with installation of a waste chill system. Additionally, if your home has an existing hydronic heating & cooling system, then you should also evaluate its condition before making any decisions about installing a waste chill system as this could affect its performance as well as energy efficiency.

Once you have determined whether or not your existing cellar is suitable for cooling using waste chill, it’s time to consider the benefits of installing a heat and chill recovery system. Heat recovery systems allow excess heat from processes such as cooking or hot water production to be used in other areas such as heating water or air conditioning rooms in your home instead of being wasted away into the atmosphere. This can result in significant energy savings and cost reduction over time as well as improved indoor air quality and comfort levels throughout your home.

In addition, when combined with a chilled water circuit or air conditioning system, heat recovery systems can also reduce energy required for cooling by up to 25%. This makes them an ideal solution for homes looking for ways to cool their cellars without breaking their budget or impacting their indoor comfort levels too significantly due to excessive noise from fans or other equipment used during operation.

Euroheat Australia have been designing & constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems for more than 30 years – so they are a great choice if you are considering installing a heat & chill recovery system in your home! Their experienced team understands all aspects associated with this type of project – from design considerations through to installation processes – ensuring you get reliable results that meet all safety standards while still providing maximum energy efficiency and cost reduction benefits over time!

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