In this article, we’re going to be discussing the different which are available, and the benefits/drawbacks of each specific type.
Therefore, after reading this post you’ll fully understand the differences between each type, and have more information to decide which system is best for storing your red and , and which suits your needs and requirements better.
Therefore, without further ado, let’s talk about the different types of refrigerators.
Types of Fridges
There are approximately 12 different , these include:
- Single zone
- Dual zone
- Tri zone
- Quad zone
Compressor wine coolers are units that have -based cooling systems. With these systems being more powerful, they are most often these are used in larger-sized . Additionally, they’re often better suited to housing bottles of , because they’re less prone to fluctuations.
Thermoelectric wine fridges are units that have systems. As suggested above, these systems are less powerful when compared to -powered systems, and therefore they’re usually used in smaller-sized systems. Additionally, due to the fact they have fewer moving parts, they’re very quiet in operation and experience fewer vibrations.
Freestanding wine fridges are suitable for placement in a freestanding position. This in other words means that the should be placed slightly away from other appliances/walls/surfaces, so as to not prevent it from getting adequate airflow. This is because they usually have rear-facing vents.
A built-in most commonly has its vents located on the front. Because of these front-facing vents, the unit is able to be placed in a location without much room, where a conventional freestanding unit cannot be placed… For example, it can be integrated into a kitchen worktop as an under , to store your bottles.
As the name suggests, these units are small enough in size that they can be placed on a kitchen/bar countertop. Countertop usually have a fridges of around 4-15 Bordeaux-sized bottles.
This unit type has 1 zone, where all of your is kept. The disadvantage of this is that you can’t store each type of at its , but instead, come to a that is mutually beneficial.
Dual zone wine fridges are units that have 2 zones, each of which can have its thermostats controlled separately. This makes such a unit perfect for , collectors and/or a who wants to store their collection of white and within one physical unit, but at settings.
Similar to a dual zone unit, a triple-zone zones that have their settings independently controlled. This means you can store your collection of , and in the same unit. has 3
Therefore, these are fantastic or restaurant/bar environment. cooling systems for a commercial setting, or even for a serious . These are usually large in size and are therefore placed in a
Although quite rare to find, these units have four separate cooling zones, which in turn means that your can store multiple varieties of within a single unit. This kind of is ideal for commercial usage, and would simply be too much for a casual , in both size and capacity.
Having such a facility means that you have the ability to independently store your collection of , rose , red and within one unit, whilst ensuring all of the bottles are stored at their settings.
A large can be one that has more than a 50 .
A commercial is usually one that has a when compared to a traditional which could be used within someone’s kitchen. Instead, these units are often more expensive, and are made from better-quality materials, as they’re depended on by businesses (bars and restaurants) that hold a lot of stock in them.