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Discussion in 'Building plans, blueprints, and finished projects' started by Marbees, Jul 15, 2012.
Wondering if anyone on this forum, built one of these?
The complicated part would be the water jacket!
If not for that, why couldn't someone build something similar out of wood? Paint it with Cam Cote and there you have it.
Do you have "Plans"?
If so I would like to see
as to your question "No Not Yet " :grin:
What is this???
No plans needed, one in picture is ~60x24x14 or (1500x600x350mm) Thomas - France.
Bigger than http://www.dadant.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=406
Just bend to size sheet of ss 304, ga 16 or 18, weld corners, and that's it.:smile:
Could be heated by water or oil, I prefer water. This Watlow immersion heater could be used
It would be nice to have it on casters for mobility.
They are known as clarifier's or sumps, used to seperate a lot of the wax from the honey as it comes out of an extractor.
Usually honey and smaller pieces of wax from uncapper and honey from extractor are directed to one end of this tank, baffles will separate most of the wax that can be scooped from the top, honey flows to the other end where it's pumped
http://www.mannlakeltd.com/beekeeping-supplies/page103.html to pails, barrels or settling tanks.
Also, in this set up a float switch could be installed, so when honey level raises to the certain level, the pump wil kick in.
nice safety gadget to prevent honey overflow:shock: