Re: Multiple Micron Filters... I need advice.
I asked this question at the Fl Bee College this year--micron 600 is a strain and does not remove any pollen or nutrients. It removes wax and bug parts, the undesireables.
I hope I got the correct answer because that's what I want. I still get a layer of "foam" particles on top of honey after it has settled for a day. I'm still trying ways of getting that out without pulling off too much honey. The saran wrap laid gently on top and then pulled off seems to be the best method.
I don't know what the other filters remove. I only have 600, the kind that fits in the bucket. The only other con, then your bucked holds a bit under 4 gallons. Other than that I"m happy with this type.
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