• Item Color: Yellow / Blue / Pink / Red, etc.
  • Type: Uncapping Roller
  • Size: 11.8 inches
  • Handle: Made of metal with a Plastic handle
  • Weight: 0.200 kg
  • Sample: 7-10 days are required to produce a sample.
  • Payment: T/T, Swift, Western Union, MoneyGram.
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Shipping: DHL, FedEx, TNT, UPS, Air Cargo, Sea Freight, etc.
  • Manufacturer: Bee Brothers Industry
SKU: BB-H51 Category: Tag:


The bee uncapping fork is a specialized tool used by beekeepers to assist honeybees in removing the wax cappings from honeycomb cells. These cappings are thin layers of beeswax that cover the cells containing honey, pollen, and brood (eggs, larvae, and pupae). By removing the cappings, bees can access the stored resources more efficiently, and beekeepers can harvest honey without causing significant disturbance to the colony.

The uncapping fork typically consists of a handle made from wood, plastic, or metal, with a flat, thin, and slightly curved blade at the end. The blade is usually made of stainless steel, which is durable and easy to clean. The fork design allows beekeepers to gently scrape off the wax cappings from the honeycomb cells without damaging the delicate structure of the comb.

To use a bee uncapping fork, beekeepers first extract the honeycomb frames from the hive and place them on an uncapping table or a suitable work surface. They then use the fork to scrape the wax cappings from the cells, revealing the honey, pollen, or brood inside. The removed cappings can be collected and later melted down to produce beeswax products.

Various types and brands of bee uncapping forks are available in the market, catering to different preferences and budgets. Some forks may have additional features, such as serrated edges for better grip on the cappings or ergonomic handles for improved comfort during use. Beekeepers often choose the uncapping fork that best suits their needs and personal preferences.

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Weight 0.200 kg