Temperature is one of the critical factors in storing wine, and it is equally important to maintain temperature stability. The composition of the wine will be affected by the temperature change, and the cork will also expand and contract with the temperature change, especially the poor long-term cork. Most wine cabinets are equipped with a heater or PTC that raises the internal temperature to maintain temperature stability regardless of changes in ambient temperature. The air inside the cabinet is also protected by a built-in fan to ensure uniformity and consistency of temperature distribution at different locations within the wine cabinet.
Frequent vibrations can interfere with the stability of wine sediments. Precipitates naturally occur with the storage time of the wine but maybe re-returned to a liquid state due to vibration and suppressed. In addition, vibration can also destroy the structural components of the wine. The high-tech silent shock absorber compressor refrigeration system inside the wine cabinet is equipped with an anti-vibration rubber gasket. The temperature control is more precise, and there is no condensation, and the famous wine is carefully protected.
Relative humidity of 65% is the best environment for long-term storage. However, it is also good to keep the relative humidity between 55% and 80%. If the humidity is low, the air will enter the bottle through the dried cork to oxidize the wine, and the wine will also penetrate the cork; if the humidity is high, the odor will be generated, and the label will be damaged.
UV damage to organic compounds can make wine premature or aging, especially tannins, which mainly affect the aroma, taste and structure of the wine so that it tastes or smells like garlic or wet wool; therefore, the wine is best stored in no light. Places, especially for expensive wines, pay attention to avoiding sunlight, especially lighting because these two lights contain particular harmful light waves below 400mm. However, our white LED lights are not only lighting equipment, but because they do not provide ultraviolet light waves, they are the best choice for many wine lovers. Another advantage is that they do not conduct heat to affect the temperature of the wine.
In a humid environment, the flow of air is mainly to prevent the growth of bacteria. The infiltrated cork is prone to harmful odors, and the strong smell penetrates the cork to change the original quality of the wine. The fan inside the box absorbs the fresh air and evenly evacuates the air to prevent bacterial growth.
For safety, unplug the power cord before cleaning.
Maintenance of the wine cooler: