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Metal Double Honey Strainer
Metal Double Honey Strainer
Metal Double Honey Strainer
Metal Double Honey Strainer
Metal Double Honey Strainer

Metal Double Honey Strainer

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  • WHAT IT IS: This is a double pack of nesting stainless steel metal honey strainers to be used when extracting and getting honey ready to sell or give away.
  • FOOD GRADE MATERIALS: We use stainless steel in our honey strainers to prevent rust and to keep honey pure and free of contaminants. This is not only better for your honey but also easy to clean and dishwasher safe. 
  • NESTING: Both metal strainers sit on top of each other, nesting so the course filter removes the large pieces of comb or bees and the finer strainer gets the smaller pieces without clogging quickly. The fine filter has extendable arms so the filters can rest on top of a 5 gallon or similar bucket.
  • MULTIPLE FILTER OPTIONS: The course filter has a micron size of 1875, which is large enough to quickly let honey through, but keep course pieces out. The fine filter has a micron size of 650, keeping the smaller pieces of comb and wax out but large enough to let all pollen granules and natural enzymes through. 
  • EXTRACT HONEY DIRECTLY INTO IT: Place the filters over a bucket and drain honey directly from the extractor into the strainers, allowing the honey to drip through the filters and into the bucket. Getting 2 sets of strainers (4 total strainers) greatly speeds up harvesting if extracting more than 30 frames. 

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