The Solid-State Cooling Technology Developed by Haier Debuted at CES 2016

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jan 6, 2016
References: haieramerica & prnewswire
Haier and Phononic recently teamed up to unveil a new type of solid-state cooling technology at CES 2016. As most wine lovers know, it is important to store each bottle at a specific temperature to preserve the quality of the wine inside. This technology provides a new way to chill wine in order to provide the optimal storage conditions.

Haier's new wine-cooling system is comprised of a solid-state chip and H20/C02 heat exchange technology. One of the advantages of the solid-state cooling technology is that no moving parts are involved, which creates a low-noise, vibration-free environment for wine storage. Another advantage to this technology is the ability for precise temperature control. Unlike other wine cellars, Haier's system relies on dual power control electronics, which prevents major temperature fluctuations and ensures consistent humidity levels.

In addition to helping consumers preserve the taste and quality of their wine, the new technology also offers a sustainable alternative to compressor-based cooling systems.