WhisperKOOL Extreme 3500ti Through Wall Wine Cellar Cooling System

Starting at: $4,885.00


28”L x 14.25”W x 15.75”H

Product Description

Manufactured by: Vinotheque


Note: No additional shipping charge is added during the checkout process for options and accessories.


Like the Through-Wall system, the WhisperKOOL Extreme Cooling Series is mounted through the wall of the wine cellar where it is visible in the wine cellar environment. The Extreme Series cellar cooling units operate most effectively when vented into an environment with a maximum temperature of 110°F and are less quiet than a split or a ducted system. To maintain proper humidity levels for your wine environment a separate humidification system is required. These wine cellar systems can also be mounted through exterior walls with an optional exterior housing unit added. Extreme Series units do not require a licensed HVAC/R installation technician.


Dimensions: 28”L x 14.25”W x 15.75”H


  • Cu. Ft: 800
  • Lead Time: 1-2 weeks

Key Features:

  • Select 3-speed fans
  • Operate in exhaust environments up to 110 degrees
  • Simple installation – fits between wall studs - no HVAC technician required
  • Advanced electronic control system
  • Liquid bottle probe – liquid measuring thermostat
  • Condensation evaporator
  • 55°F degree temperature differential
  • Advanced electronic control system
  • Exterior venting with optional external grille
  • Optional humidity control available

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Pre-Order Checklist:

  • Consult a wine cellar professional to ensure proper unit application
  • For through the wall installations, ensure that the exhaust area is adequate for heat dissipation and noise
  • Cellar is properly lined with a vapor barrier
  • Dedicated 20 amp circuit
  • Drain line accommodation
  • Cellar volume (LxWxH) is less than or equal to units recommended capacity
  • For cellars that have windows or cement (not recommended), an oversized unit will compensate for the cooling loss