Thawing honey is a process that returns crystallized honey to its liquid form. Honey naturally crystallizes over time, with the glucose settling in the honey and forming solid crystals. To thaw honey, you heat it gently, typically at a low temperature in a special decrystallizer/heating cabinet. It is important to ensure that the honey is not heated too much so as not to damage the valuable enzymes and aromas. The temperature should ideally be below 40 degrees Celsius, which corresponds to the natural temperature of a beehive.
Our honey decrystallizer guarantees that the natural properties of honey are preserved thanks to its gentle heating technology. The optimal temperature control below 40 degrees Celsius corresponds to the natural warmth of a beehive and ensures that your honey retains its characteristic consistency and unmistakable taste.
With its 20mm insulated walls reinforced by an external HDF panel and an internal 0.8mm aluminum sheet, our unit offers excellent insulation and energy efficiency. Precise temperature control allows precise adjustment from 0 to 55 degrees Celsius in 0.1 degree increments, allowing you complete control of the defrosting process.
The flexibility of this heating cabinet is unsurpassed: Equipped with removable racks (depending on size), it easily adapts to the size of your honey containers.
Our storage cabinet ensures an even temperature distribution in the interior with ventilation openings and two air circulation systems supported by fans.
Rely on our decrystallizer to preserve the quality and purity of your honey and ensure your customers receive the best product.
- 1 hobbock or 75 glasses of 0.9 l each or 2 buckets of 20 l each
- Power supply: 230V 350W
- 1 fan
- Device weight: 30 kg
- two grids K25
Height - 760 mm
Width - 690 mm
Depth - 550 mm
Height - 690 mm
Width - 500 mm
Depth - 490 mm