Heated Honey Tank

(1 customer review)

$805.00 +GST

Store and warm your honey just enough for easy bottling in this quality, stainless steel construction heated honey tank. Also known as a Honey Settling Tank. Temperature control range of 30°C – 110°C

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The Heated Honey tank can store and warm your honey, just enough for easy bottling. It is made with  quality, stainless steel construction.

This tank is ideal to prevent crystallization of honey before bottling.

Heat honey to desired temperature.

Gently heats the honey to ensure a good flow. The heating element is between the inner and outer drum. Ensures constant heat 360 degrees. Far better than the older type models with a heat probe. The inner tank is filled with water.

It can also be used to heat wax to purify. Wax melts at approx. 63 to 64 degrees Celsius.

Constructed of food grade heavy gauge 304 stainless steel. Hygienic and easy to clean. Guaranteed not to rust.

Features and Benefits

  • Temperature control range of 30°C – 110°C
  • High quality brass and steel hardware
  • 304 Stainless Steel tank
  • 35 Litre Capacity (Approx)

Additional information

Weight 17.25 kg
Dimensions 75 × 55 × 55 cm

1 review for Heated Honey Tank

  1. Fabian (verified owner)

    The fixtures were nothing like the photos, and appeared to be of poor quality, the knob for the lid was missing ( I have sourced my own) there is no cap/vent for the water filler (I don’t know if there is supposed to be one as there was no instructions) but an open hole doesn’t seem right to me, the glass tube was loosely packed together with the other fixtures with no padding or separation as a result the end of the glass tube was cracked (once installed it hasn’t affected operation) the unit was advertised as being fully adjustable from 35/36 degrees the dial starts at 50 degrees, there was no installation or operation instructions at all, i like the drain position in the bottom of the tank and not an inch up the side like others I’ve used that leaves honey/ wax behind that becomes a job to remove, I have used this tank a few times now and it does the job but it’s all trial and error on temperature settings which is time consuming.

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