Introducing the Cable Wine Cellar Series
Glass Enclosed Cellar with Cable Racking
This modern glass enclosed wine cellar utilizes dark stained wooden components along with our Cable Series wine system. Add some contemporary flavor to your wine cellar project. Our highly experienced design consultants
can help you get started!.
Cable wine racks can accommodate a variety of bottle shapes and sizes, way more compared to standard units. That means you can store other types of liquor as well and not just wine. For someone who wants to grow a versatile collection, this is the perfect racking system to utilize. And of course, don't forget the space-efficiency factor. The racks are designed to be secured to the walls, making them highly space-efficient. WCI's Cable Wine Racking system is crafted from high end components which means you get quality wine racks that are worth every dollar you spend. Protect your wines with a high-end wine cellar cooling unit to preserve and protect your investment.
If you are looking for something different and unique, send in your room measurements and speak with a Design Consultant about our Modern Wine Cellar Series today.
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Understanding the Components of the Cable Series System
Blocking is required in the ceiling for the soffit to be secured to.
The base platform will need to be secured and run all the way to the back wall.
If base molding exists, it will need to be removed. If sitting on top of racks the table top will act as the base platform.
Installing the hooks
The platform and soffit will have pre-drilled holes for the hook locations. You will use the supplied alligator bit to install the hooks into the soffit and base.
Installing the net
The net will come pre-assembled for ease of installation. You hang the net across the upper set of hooks that you installed.
The bottom of the net has the tensioner attached to it. You can adjust the tensioner by rotating the body to the left or right. Loosen it enough to be able to slip over the hooks on the base platform. Then hand tighten each tensioner so that the nets are as rigid as you can make them.
Once tightened some of the cross clamps may rotate in or out. You might be able to hold and rotate them by hand or the cross clamp can be loosened in the back with an Allen wrench just a little to allow for you to rotate it into place and then tighten back up.