Bee honey contains 75% sugars (Fructose, Glucose, Maltose, Sucrose and others), some water and low amount of different compounds (up to 5%) Wiki.
Basic purification is done by addition of phosphoric acid and calcium hydroxide to form calcium phosphate which is afterwards removed (after precipitation). Then is filtered through activated carbon or ion-exchange resin Sugar refinery.
I am looking for a separation process, that can separate the sugars. Is there any other technique or process for removing the rest form the sugars, e.g. some electrochemical separation? First idea would be chromatography, but I would like to separate kilogram(s) of bee honey.