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This is an automatic 32-frame swing basket honey extractor using a compact design for extraction of all honey, especially Manuka honey, on single or double process.

Single process extracting assumes that the combs are full of manuka honey, so they can be loosened and extracted

The double process involves extracting the honey twice - the first time on a low speed to extract pasture honey - then put through a second time after it has been loosened. This process can lead to large forces on the extractor because of the variability in the manuka content

The 32FS is built to withstand these forces.

Features

  • Excellent recovery of honey
  • Good working height - 950mm standard, but can be customized to suit
  • Powerful top mounted motor to keep clear from floor dirt and moisture
  • Double lids for full access, with automatic opening system
  • Safety locking device on lid lifting cylinder
  • Double baskets of punched plate for strength, that are quick to load
  • Steep slope to outlet to drain out the honey
  • Robust construction to maximise life

Specifications

  • Motor: 1.5kw 3 phase, driven by single phase controller
  • Weight: 300kg
  • Size: 1400mm diameter
  • Height: 950mm
  • Outlet: 75mm RJT Male
  • Baskets: 16 double

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