Homemade Honey Extractor
An easy-to-build homemade honey extractor using only a few local materials.
A Kendrick Henry Design
3-D Model Created with Rhino
The prototype utilizes standardized honey frames fastened to a simple wooden brace that spins inside of a 30 gallon barrel.
In turn, releasing the fresh honey from the frames. Now, you can drain the honey from the bottom.
Together with a handheld drill and a 25” threaded rod, the honey frames are held in place by 2 lateral braces made from hardwood.
They have cut outs at each end to fit the honey frames and are held in place with a metal wire. Hexagon nuts on the threaded rod allow the braces to be adjusted very easily.
Lower the honey frames into the barrel and spin until the honey has been fully extracted.
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Author: Kendrick Henry
Farmer + Architect
"Native to Africa and India, Moringa Oleifera is an ancient tree that has been consumed for thousands of years as a staple food vegetable. Even today, the nutrient rich leaves are used to help combat malnutrition.A daily serving of moringa leaf powder can boost the immune system and can prevent many illnesses."