The INOA by Eurocave offers outstanding humidity preservation, energy-saving technology, uniform temperature control, easy maintenance and an aesthetically pleasing design. The INOA is also one of the quietest air cooled cellar systems on the market! Its acoustic pressure is on average 8 dBA lower than standard wine cellar cooling systems. We’ve tested it ourselves and found it to be one of the quietest air cooled systems on the market!
Eurocave INOA 25
Eurocave INOA 50
Monitor your cellar conditions from as far as 100 ft. away! This wireless system goes where you are. You can install the remote control inside your cellar. If you choose to do so, we recommend that you place it as close as possible to the bottles. For out of cellar placement, an external sensor (supplied) must be connected to the remote control and then the remote control must be reprogrammed.
For more information please see:
Inoa Installation ManualDownload PDF, 3.5 MB
More images of various configuration options for your INOA wine cellaring system. See owners manual and installation guide for more detailed images of an INOA installation.
Various installation options are available with your INOA system. Placing the INOA outside the wine room and ducting into the cellar is also an alternative but not shown here. Please call one of our helpful sales associates to guide you through the different selections.
How does INOA differ from a standard cellar conditioners?
The INOA wine cellar conditioner is innovative on several levels – it is the only cellar conditioner to produce positive cold air. It’s also the only wine cellar cooling system to function by automatic speed adjustment. It is quieter, more economical and is more respectful of the cellar’s natural humidity. Finally, it is the only conditioner to offer such a wide choice of installation options.
How does it differ from comfort/household air conditioning?
Comfort air conditioners really dry out the air and do not offer the same operating ranges as an INOA wine room conditioner (often from 18°C to 25°C – 64°F to 77°F), which is specially designed to optimally conserve wine (9°C to 15°C – 48°F to 59°F).
Is it compulsory to insulate the room to be conditioned?
YES – not insulating multiplies the power required to condition the cellar by three. We recommend that you use extruded polystyrene, at least 80mm thick. The insulation must be completely continuous (no gaps).
I already have a cellar. How will I benefit by installing a conditioner?
A natural cellar is not necessarily a good cellar for maturing wine. For optimal wine maturation it is necessary to combat sudden and extreme changes in temperature, light, vibration, odours etc.
Won’t a conditioner considerably increase my electricity bill?
The INOA wine cellar conditioner was specially designed to save energy.
Can I install an INOA conditioner in a room which is narrow in length?
YES, although the INOA cellar appliance must be placed along the length of the room in order to optimise air circulation. The 1500mm space between the air outlet and a wall must always be observed.
Won’t the cellar cooling appliance be too bulky?
The INOA conditioner respects the appearance of your cellar because the cellar conditioner is housed outside. In this way, only the aesthetic front panel remains visible inside the cellar. Externally, the wine room cooling system presents a volume of H 1250 x W 385 x D 322 mm. For your convenience, the cellar conditioner can be installed in a high, mid or low position or placed on the ground. Whatever the position, it must be fitted to the wall.
Can the conditioner be fitted to a door?
YES, the INOA wine cellar conditioner can be fitted to a door. However, the door must be specially adapted for this use (reinforced to support 46kg in weight, etc.).