CP 1800 Duct HOOD + Inline Fan Hot Side RETROFIT #7410
- 6-inch inline fan (120 CFM)
- Galvanized metal duct hood slides over the rear of the cooling unit and baffles the air intake and exhaust
- RETROFIT WIRE HARNESS + 8-foot power line provides switched power for the inline fan to match the on/off cycle of the wine cooling unit
6" ducting (required from start to finish) is not provided with this kit.
- RETROFIT Rear Duct Kit for CellarPro 1800 Cooling Units
- Inline fan (3000RPM, 120 CFM) has a permanently lubricated, impedance protected motor
- Heavy gauge plated steel brackets
- Switched power to match the cooling unit
- Designed to fit over the rear of all CellarPro 1800 wine cooling units
- Includes an easy-access panel to replace air filters (sold separately)
- Grommet openings for the drain line and power cord
Specs & Resources
Size: 18 1/4w x 6 3/4d x 10 1/4h (in)
Weight: 8 lbs
115V, 60 Hz, 0.6 amps (Inline Fan)
Capacity: 100 Equivalent Feet
Click on one of the following links for more information:
- Duct Hood Drawings
The depth of the hood includes 2 1/4 (in) for the 6-inch dia. duct adapters. The hood is designed to slide over the rear of the cooling unit, and will overlap the cooling unit by approximately 1-2 (in).
- Rear Duct Installation Guide
- Rear Drawings - As Ducted
- Ducting Installation Best Practices
- Wire Harness Instructions
Ratings & Reviews
Built My Own Cellar
by John Nelson
The duct/fan unit worked out well although I have a recommendation. I needed holes for the cord and the drain coming out the back rather than the bottom, so had a sheet metal fabricator drill the same holes in the back of the unit that come on the bottom. Other than that, the unit slid over the cooling unit well. I installed furnace filter material on the end of the intake duct and fastened it with the same strapping you would use to connect female ducting to a male connection. The unit is expensive, but I guess necessary.
Retrofit Duct Hood with fan
I ordered this retrofit duct kit because I was building cabinets in the room next to the wine cellar, where my CellarPro refrigeration unit was venting. However, I struggled to install it because the website and instructions did not tell you that you have to remove your refrigeration unit completely. CellarPro should make this very clear. I tried and tried to hook up the kit without doing this until I called and spoke to the company. I ended up taking apart some wine racking and making a mess of my wall to get the refrigeration unit all the way out as I had sealed it in and built around it. Once I did that, it took 5 minutes to hook up the new wiring harness and install the hood -- super easy. It works great, although as you might expect the fan makes some noise.