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|Posté le: Sam 5 Mai - 08:05 (2018) Sujet du message: Air conditioning for a wine cellar
The job we are doing at the moment has a particularly extravagant wine cellar. Half of it is existing, and half of it is new. The new part is completely sealed from damp coming in, has limestone floor tiles, and mickelmersh brick internal walls. The ceiling is the block and beam floor of the room above which is insulated. The old part of the cellar has some concrete walls, some brick walls. The floor is part concrete where the new cellar was joined in, otherwise it's just dirt with brick paving throughout the old part. The target temp is 15 degrees. The temp wasn't far off, but humidity was high so they have been running dehumidifiers which of course brings the temp up and it's up around 18-19 degrees now. Initially they were going to just install a permanent dehumidifier, but as the temp is slightly high, they are now considering an air conditioning unit.
Anyone any ideas? What do I need to find out? Presumable dimensions will be needed? The old part of the cellar isn't so critical, but the new part is where all the collectible stuff is stored which needs to be kept properly.
Looking forward to the suggestions.
Any help will be apprecited.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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