At the recent Consumer Electronics Show, Haier America introduced its “new alternative cooling system for wine cellars,” as reported by DigitalTrends.com.
This technology “couples a solid-state chip that is 25 times lighter and 100 times smaller than other cooling compressors with H20/C02 heat exchange technology,” according to DigitalTrends.com.
DigitalTrends.com also says that since it uses “a heat exchange system with no moving parts,” it is completely silent.
This wine cellar system comes with dual power control electronics, or “constant humidity controls,” so it “can detect temperature changes at 0.5°F increments, allowing it to maintain a truly consistent environment” meaning the wine won’t oxidize, according to DigitalTrends.com.
The wine cellar has not yet been released.