Make an investment in your apiary by investing in a solid Quarti extractor. 

This extractor is ideal for sideliners or for anybody looking to ramp up their honey production. We have been selling this machine for a number of years and we confidently say that we can stand by it for its reliability and value for money. Two of the staff at HBS run this extractor themselves, so if you have any questions, please drop us a line. 

This extractor is manufactured by Quarti Beekeeping in Bergamo, Italy. We are privileged to be exclusive importers of Quarti products in Australia. It's our belief these extractors are best available in Australia for value and quality.

The extractor drum of this 12 frame radial extractor is manufactured from food grade stainless steel. For safety, the perspex lid incorporates a delay switch, so the machine will not operate without the lid open. Frames in a radial extractor do not need to reversed, as in a tangential machine. This simple, uncluttered, elegant design is the absolute best for convenience and reliability, with easy operation and cleaning.  

  • All size frames can be extracted - full depth, WSP or Ideal 

  • Tangential frame option

  • Reversible rotation

  • Stainless steel food grade tub

  • Metal gears with brake

  • Sheet metal legs

  • 150 Watt motor, manufactured in Italy for a long life

  • Plastic Quarti honey gate will give years of leak free use

If you are a serious hobby beekeeper or small sideline business, this is the machine for you. If you are running 10 to 20 hives, this machine will make your life a lot easier. 

 

More information about the motor:

  • Electronic programming with membrane control panel

  • Start/stop button, speed, and direction control

  • Memory for two extraction cycle programs

  • See this video for a demonstration of the motor

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Good product was damaged in shipping though.

By: on 21 October 2021
Seems like a good product with sturdy build and good autofunctionality, it came damaged in shipping with a dent in the side of the machine I have photo evidence of about a baseball sized dent. Going to try it out this weekend
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