Uncapping fork – Plane style
Reverse uncapping fork entirely in stainless steel, with wooden handle, double steel teeth and cutting scraper.
Uncapping, the initial phase inside the honey processing laboratory, consists in removing the caps, which are nothing more than the way in which the bees close the cells where they deposit the honey.
The wax capping seals the cell to protect the honey.
The fork or knife allows manual uncapping, allowing you to move on to the next honey extraction phase.
The uncapping fork removes the capping from the frame of honey
An uncapping fork needs to be sturdy, so it doesn’t bend during processing and have a solid grip, so you can work as best as possible without getting injured.
The superior build quality guarantees incredible cutting precision.
Material: Stainless Steel and Wood