I'm planning to build a cappings melter out of a stainless steel sink, a coil of copper tube, and a hot water source.
The plan is to uncap directly into the sink, onto the hot flat coil of copper tube, where the liquified honey and wax could quickly flow away from the heat source, out the bottom of the sink and into a honey/wax separator. The hope is that this would minimize degradation of the honey while promptly dealing with cappings wax.
I'm still looking for a small hot water circulating pump. Any ideas? If anyone has a commerical model and would report the Make/Model of the hot water circulating pump they use, that would be greatly appreciated.
Anyone see problems with this plan. Suggestions?