Spin float honey quality
Has anyone had any honey quality issues with honey that has been run through a Cook & Beals "spin float" system. I have seen beautiful honey come out of these and have also heard of some honey that is turned cloudy with what I presume is aeration. Anyone had any direct experience with this and why it may or may not happen? It may not be accurate to assume that any problems are necessarily attributable to the spinner when, in fact, other causes might be flail uncappers, extractors, pumps or heat exchangers. Aside from the obvious issues of plugged extractors does anyone have any experiences to relate?
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