Low noise Wine Cooler | Datron
The wine cooler is not just a simple household appliance, but also a real piece of furniture for the kitchen, living area, corridor or dining room.
It is therefore important to choose a low-noise wine cooler that can reduce the noise level, or even prevent it.
Fan and Compressor
To maintain an ideal conservation of wine, the wine coolers are equipped with compressor and internal ventilation system. Once the desired temperature has been set, the system begins to create the perfect climate for the wine bottles.
The compressor is activated, thus optimizing the temperature of the wine cooler and the function of the fan. The air circulation avoids the formation of odours in the wine cooler and helps the cooling system to maintain the correct temperature.
The noise level of wine coolers mainly depends on the internal climate system, which is essential for the correct preservation of wine.
The noise level can increase with some carelessness in the positioning of the wine cooler; for example, if the wine cooler is not perfectly leveled, or if the compressor rubs against something wrongly positioned at the rear.
These noise problems are very easy to fix. Therefore, it is best to place the wine cooler in the living area to avoid disturbances during night’s rest. However, since the compressor is not constantly running, the difference in noise level will only be noticed when it stops.
The low noise Wine Cooler
The Datron wine coolers are equipped with low-noise power supplies in which the decibel level varies between 39 and 47. Depending on the model, the average decibel value is 40 dB, which is classified as low. Comparing this parameter with that of a standard dishwasher, the latter is between 45/50 dB.
Our LUXURY product line is equipped with a high-tech compressor, and the power supply of these models only generates 40 dB for almost silent wine coolers.
Maintenance and noise
For correct use of the wine cooler and to prevent an intensification of the normal operating noise, it is important to follow the assembly instructions:
Do not place the wine cooler near heat sources, turn it off if the ambient temperature exceeds 40° C. Only load the wine cooler with the maximum bottle capacity provided.
Remember that hard floors and partition walls that are too close and do not allow adequate ventilation, make noise appear stronger than it really is.
Possible sources of noise:
• Large rooms with high ceilings
• Unfurnished rooms
• Very large windows
• Particularly hard floors made of terracotta, glass or stone; but also exposed plastered walls
• Plastic surfaces
Reduce unwanted noise:
• Carpets, thick curtains, and sound absorbing fabrics
• Painted furniture and decorative items that can dampen reverberations
• Sound absorbing materials used in construction, especially in the rooms with very high
Tips for your wine cooler:
• Make sure the wine cooler is perfectly levelled
• Place the wine cooler on surfaces that can absorb vibrations and noises
• Make sure that there is optimal air circulation around the wine cooler and that it has enough space