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Bee Venom Collector
The first Korean Bee Venom Collector developed in collaboration with Korea Farm Service Agency, it opens new opportunities for the bee-farming business.
The Bee Venom Collector made by Chungjin Biotech extracts bee-venom through the administration of an electrical shock to a live bee. This product has proven its excellence, and has been given a new device patent and a certification of new technology, guaranteeing its world-class quality.
Since this Bee Venom Collector has no substantial impact on basic bee-farming (collecting honey or pollen), or on the condition of the bees themselves, the extractor has rapidly become a source of extra income in bee-farming businesses. With the Bee Venom Collector by Chungjin Biotech, your business will never be the same.
The advantage of Chungjin Biotech’s Bee Venom Collector over other such devices is the low death rate of the bees. It is strengthened in safety, with a basic input and output of 12V and the addition of a fuse.
Moreover, it has an indicator lamp, a special feature to make it easy to use for those who are unfamiliar with the machine.
The machine is operated as follows: Place the collecting plate leveled with the wooden beehive in front of the small gate and connect a battery to the controller. When a two or more of bees are resting on the collecting plate, turn the power on. This stimulates the bees, causing them to sting the glass plate and emit their venom. After a certain amount of time, turn off the power and dry the venom, and then separate the glass plate from the collection plate and scrape the dried venom off with a scraper.
Bee-venom collected in this way can be used for medicinal purposes. Bee-venom therapy that uses bees directly is not only inconvenient but also problematic for medical use, since the injection amount cannot be controlled. However, the Bee Venom Collector can draw out only the venom that bees contain in a natural state, and is being greatly welcomed by workers in the field of medicine.
The market for honey or other bee related products is already mature, and because of climate-change, the amount of produce has declined, and bee-farming businesses are undergoing hard times. At this point, the Bee Venom Collector developed by Chungjin Biotech can lead customers into a new market.