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DIY Large Fruit Honey Presser Beeswax Extractor Beekeeping Machi

$209

DIY Large Fruit Honey Presser Beeswax Extractor Beekeeping Machi

Product description

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★Why choose our honey press?
It have a large capacity of over 10L and it ‘s easy to move , so you can enjoy honey making anywhere. The entire honey extractor can be easily disassembled for cleaning and maintenance.
Our honey press extractor is your best choice for a small farm who product honey, or anyone one who want to making wine by yourself. Money-saving at the same time enjoying the DIY process.

★Product advantages:
1.Large capacity, one-time honey yield up to 10L.
2.High utilization rate.
3.It doesn't spray around and can be cleaned completely.
4.Easy to move around, six small parts.
5.Retain high nutrition of food, long life span.
6.Multiple use field.
7.Easy to operate, don’t need instruction book.

★Technical parameters:
Type: Close down Mechanism
Material: Stainless steel
Outer barrel diameter: 30cm
Outer barrel height: 30cm
Inner barrel diameter: 23.5cm
Inner barrel height: 28cm
Capacity: 10L
Shipping weight: 13kg
Packing size: 41*41*35cm

★Package content:
1×Honey press (detachable)

★Operation guide:
1.Put the honey /fruit pieces into the honey press
2.Press with the pressure plate
3.Lead screw at the pressure plate in the middle of the hole
4.Rotating the handle, honey flow out
Tips: if you have the honey residue ,melt the wax residue in an iron pan until it boils. Ladle it into the machine

DIY Large Fruit Honey Presser Beeswax Extractor Beekeeping Machi

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