Wine refrigerators are so far the best in terms of storing wine. They are most convenient for wine lovers. Choosing the right wine refrigerator is important, and it depends on certain factors. Space, capacity, temperature settings, and amount of money decide which wine cooler to choose.
Wine Coolers are classified into four bases on structure and capacity and technology they use.
Compressor wine coolers (based on technology)
This wine refrigerator uses motors. Air is compressed and released to reduce the temperature of the internal environment of the wine cooler. Heat in the chambers is released through space at the back of the refrigerator, and cold air circulates to keep the temperature low and regulated.
Beer and wine refrigerators under this category have pros and cons
- With a preset temperature, the compressor detects a slight heat change and regulates it. This means that when the interior heats up, the compressor detects it immediately and cools it down to the preset temperature.
- The compressor detects and shuts itself off when the preset temperature is reached.
- You can control the temperature in different chambers of the cooler.
- It can be used in the home, apartment, business, or office.
- Wine refrigerators may produce vibrations and noises. Such vibrations may reduce the shelf life of wines.
- It is not mobile since it's made with a motor and compressor.
Thermoelectric wine cooler (based on technology)
It uses electric current to cool the interior rather than electric motors.
The temperature difference is created by an electrolyzed metal rod.
The refrigerator's interior faces the cold side of the electrolyzed metal while the exterior faces the heated side. Cold air circulates into the refrigerator through a fan.
- It doesn't make vibration noise and sounds
- Over freezing is less likely to occur
- It doesn't consume much energy
- It is not as heavy as compressor wine coolers.
- It cannot be used in environments with very high temperatures.
- it is Easily influenced by environmental temperature
Single zone wine coolers (design and structure)
This kind of wine cooler has a single storage space. A regular temperature is dispersed evenly throughout the interior space. It is made with racks that hold each bottle independently without overlapping. Single zone refrigerators can run on either compressor or thermoelectric cooling system.
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- It is less expensive compared to other types of wine refrigerators.
- It does not occupy a larger space.
- Single door refrigerators are better for a single kind of wine because of the steady temperature.
Dual-zone wine coolers
The storage areas are divided into two compartments. Each compartment can run at a different temperature. A dual-zone wine cooler can run with the compressor or the thermoelectric cooling system like the single-zone refrigerators.
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- Each chamber can run with different temperatures,
- The temperatures can be preset.
- You can store wines at different temperatures.
- It is more expensive and larger.
In brief, choosing the type of wine refrigerators to purchase depends on your preference. THE WINE COOLER CLUB has a collection of various beer and wine refrigerators you can always choose from to keep your wine and have it in the best condition.