32 mm stainless steel honey strainer with stand


This double strainer is equipped with 2 fine and very fine mesh sieves to retain impurities. It ensures a meticulous filtration of your honey.

With its sliding arms, it adapts to tanks and buckets up to 400 mm in diameter.

Its stand ensures its stability before and after filtration.

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When should honey be filtered?

After uncapping and extraction, professionals use a decanter (thanks to its chicane sieves, it retains impurities such as wax residues, pollen, dust or other waste), while amateurs transfer the honey to a maturing tank on which a honey filter (sieve or strainer) is placed on top in order to retain the largest impurities.

The honey spends about 6 days in the ripener. Over the course of the hours, fine and tenacious residues (also known as scum) will rise to the surface.

If necessary, the beekeeper can filter the honey again, using a honey filter with finer (or even very fine) mesh. This will remove the few remaining residues.

It is important to remove the scum with a skimmer or spatula before potting. Once the honey has been filtered, all that is left to do is to open the tap of the maturing machine and let the honey flow into a container (e.g. bucket or jar).

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Diameter320 mm