Honey creaming and decrystallization machine, 100 L (140 kg), 230 V


Honey creaming machine is a mixing and stirring machine for production of creamed honey. Heated and insulated sides and bottom. Made of stainless steel, and fitted with fully automatic controller.  100 L (140 kg)

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Honey creaming machine 100 L (230V) with automatic controller

These devices are designed to carry out the honey creaming process.

The right design of the mixing blade made of acid-resistant stainless steel allows for the exact creaming of honey.


The process of creaming should take place in repetitive cycles “work – rest”

»Mixer operation – 15 min

»Mixer stop 1 h.


Correctly creamy honey has a texture similar to butter.


It is possible to make devices according to individual orders.


Creaming honey

Fresh honey is thick and transparent. After some time it undergoes natural crystallization. The proper temperature of crystallization is 16-18oC. At higher temperatures, the crystallization process is slower and the crystals reach a larger size.

Heating honey to a temperature of 40 ° C, and maintaining it for several days, causes honey to pass from the crystallized state to the liquid.

The creaming machine has a special mechanical mixer that allows you to carry out the recrystallization process, after which honey will achieve an ideal “spread” consistency, similar to chocolate creams for children. This process involves cyclic aeration and intensive mixing of honey for several days until the right consistency is achieved. Aeration occurs during mixing.

Mixing is carried out several times a day for a period of about 10-15 minutes. You can, for example, add honey crystallized to the liquid honey at the beginning. “Creaming” is aimed at the production of many small nuclei of crystallization and preventing the growth of already existing honey crystals. It is a mechanical “grinding of honey” crystals. This honey stored at a constant temperature retains this consistency for many months.


Additional information

Weight 29 kg