Buzzbee 6 Frame Electric Honey Extractor (Stainless Steel)

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Description

Buzzbee 6 Frame Electric Stainless Steel Honey Extractor made with 201 & 304 Stainless Steel.

This upgraded 6 frame honey extractor is electric powered with a strong 250W motor.

Materials
This upgraded extractor is made of 201SS for the barrel and 304SS for the inner basket.


Barrel
The barrel diameter is 68cm
Barrel height:68cm

 

Inner Basket
Inner basket size: 42 x 26cm

 

Honey gate/tap (Stainless steel)
Bottom honey gate valve

 

Power
This can be powered with 220V/110V (10 amp) and has an Australian Plug. The motor is 250W and allow to be spun in both directions.

 

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Customer Reviews

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Pierre d.T.
6 frame electric extractor

All good, arrived on time and easy assembly, exactly what I ordered. Tried it with 6 frames, moderate success, some honey was carried over winter and had crystallised, the wax here broke after a while. The fresh frames extracted perfectly.

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Trevor C.
Excellent

Very well constructed and well thought out extractor

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Allan M.
Great Machine

Easy to use- Can use Extractor with 6 - 3 - 4 or 2 frames at a time depending on how many frames you have to extract. GREAT PRODUCT.

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Neil

Extractor is fantastic, don’t need to turn frame around to extract honey just swap directions. Awesome product very happy 😃

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Keith
Good extractor

This is a robust and easy to use extractor. It does a great job extracting honey from frames. The positioning of the honey gate maximises the flow of honey out of the bottom of the unit.

It is easy to take apart for cleaning and maintenance when needed.

The only minor issue I have had with it is the legs do not lock onto the unit at the bottom of the extractor, so it wobbles a little. This was easily resolved by adding some packing between the bottom of the extractor and the legs to dampen the wobble.

I added a sturdy wooden base on caster wheels to help move the extractor around the honey shed. The extra height helped to fit the bucket and bucket-top filter screen, and the wooden base added rigidity to the leg assembly.

So far I've extracted several hundred kgs of honey with no problems at all.

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