Filtering Liquid Honey

Hygienic filters for processing liquid honey

Apart from the work carried out by the bees themselves, collection and extraction of liquid honey is relatively simple with small and large scale producers all over the world using very similar techniques. This generally involves a centrifugal extraction process followed by a filtration process to remove any pollen granules, bee parts such as legs and wings and solid wax particles from residual honeycomb. The Self Cleaning Russell Eco Filter® is the ideal filtration solution to remove contamination from your liquid honey. Having a self-cleaning design and reusable filter media makes it a popular alternative to conventional bag or cartridge filters, due to their low running costs and minimal maintenance.

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The Russell Hygiene Filter – a sanitary standard Self Cleaning Russell Eco Filter

The Russell Hygiene Filter™ is a sanitary standard self-cleaning filter designed in accordance with EU1935/2004 regulations and BS EN ISO 14159:2008. Ideally suited for applications where sanitary standards cannot be compromised, the unit has been designed to provide superior cleaning, eliminating bug traps giving you peace of mind that your final product is contamination free.

  • Achieve consistently high capacities with the unique self-cleaning wiping system – to continuously clean the filter element and eliminate blockages

  • Completely automate the function of the filter – reduce the need for operator involvement with an automatic Filter Management System™

  • Re-usable filter element means no messy bags or filter cartridges to replace

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What our clients say

“An efficient production line with a throughput of 2,000 – 2,400 kg/hr was required, and the Russell Eco Filter comfortably delivers this. The Eco Filter is better than our previous machine as the pressure is much lower and it removes all the unwanted particles from the honey.”
Hege Bjørnbakk, Honningcentralen