The Qualitair Q beer/wine cellar cooling system range provides a range of cost effective and reliable refrigeration units designed to maintain temperatures required for beer and wine cellars.
The units are fitted with a standard electronic controller across the range which allow room temperatures down to 4°C making the units suitable for extending the life of perishable goods such as fruit, flowers, dairy products and vegetables. Subject to correct room size at lower temperature.
The Qualitair Q indoor units utilise brewery specification 6 fins per inch evaporator coils and a powder coated mild steel casing for ease of cleaning which together with the tried and tested outdoor condensing unit has produced a winning combination. Very quiet outdoor units ideal for noise sensitive areas such as hotels. System operates on the latest environmentally friendly refrigerant gas, R410a
Cooling capacity: 3.5kW
Low noise outdoor unit
Cost effective solution
Operates down to 4°C
Quiet outdoor condensing unit
Accurate temperature control
Same price throughout UK mainland installed by our own engineers from bases in Norwich, Carlisle and Lockerbie
These prices are for the complete Qualitair Q35 Cellar Cooling Refrigeration system with all pipe work, refrigerant gas, brackets and cables. Installed anywhere at no extra cost from Cornwall to Scotland mainland. Price plus vat.
When comparing our prices with other quotes please check they include the following..
*Both indoor fan cooler and outdoor condensing unit
*Digital Temperature display
*Copper piping and pipe insulation (as required up to 9m)
*Outdoor unit wall brackets and install kit (as required)
*Disconnection of your existing cooling equipment.
When replacing a current beer cellar system, we can use your current electric supply. All old thermostats and timers will be removed, as this is all achieved by the new LCD display.
When installing a new system from scratch (i.e not replacing a current system), we require a 16amp electrical source near to where the evaporator (indoor unit) will be placed. Most local electricians can provide this for you.