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Zephyr PRW24F02BG – Wine cellar – 24 inch – 15.25 cu. ft. capacity


Data sheet - Zephyr PRW24F02BG

Item# : D110.PRW24F02BG

The Zephyr PRW24F02BG stands out as a top choice for wine enthusiasts and foodservice professionals in search of a space of their own. Boasting a width of 24 inches, this cellar offers an impressive capacity of 15.25 cubic feet, making it one of the largest and most versatile in its class on the market.
What further sets it apart is its design with two distinct cooling zones. This feature enables users to store different types of wine under optimum temperature conditions.
Its black stainless steel exterior, both robust and aesthetically pleasing, blends harmoniously into high-end wine bars, gourmet restaurants or upscale home kitchens.
Integrated LED lighting highlights the wine collection, creating a warm and welcoming ambience while allowing customers to easily admire the available bottles. The double-glazed tempered glass door provides excellent thermal insulation while offering a clear view of the interior.
In terms of performance, the Zephyr PRW24F02BG excels. Its advanced cooling system maintains bottles at the ideal temperature for optimal wine preservation. Precise temperature control for each zone allows users to easily adjust storage conditions to suit the specific needs of each type of wine.

24-inch dual-zone cellar
PreciseTemp™ technology; uses multiple internal sensors for constant temperature
15.25 cu. ft. capacity holds up to 138 bottles (750 ml)
Active cooling technology controls a fan for even cooling
Vibration-damping system to reduce noise and vibration
Lighting: 3-color LEDs (cloud white, deep blue, amber)
Double-glazed glass door for better heat and sound insulation
Low-e coating to reduce UV and infrared transmission
Finish: stainless steel + glass
Temperature range: 40° – 65°F
Width: 23 7/8 inches
Height: 69 1/2 inches
Depth: 27 1/2 inches
Weight : 265 lbs
Volume : 15,25 pi³