Automatic Australia Wooden Flow Hive with 7 Plastic Flow Frames
Automatic Australia Wooden Flow Hive With 7 Plastic Flow Frames 1. Introduction of Flow Hive A Flow Hive is a standard beehive that has Flow frames in the honey storage part (super). A honeybee hive is usually made up of the brood box where the queen bee lays eggs, and the‘supers’with honeycomb...Send Inquiry
Automatic Australia Wooden Flow Hive With 7 Plastic Flow Frames
1. Introduction of Flow Hive
A Flow Hive is a standard beehive that has Flow frames in the honey storage part (super). A honeybee hive is usually made up of the brood box where the queen bee lays eggs, and the‘supers’with honeycomb for the storage of honey. A ‘Flow Super’ is a beehive box using Flow Frames that the bees store honey in.
Removable frames with a matrix that the bees build their wax honeycomb on. The design of the matrix allows honey to be harvested directly from the hive without opening the hive and with little disturbance to the bees.
2. Structure Details
Flow hive (unassambled)
Food grade plastic
Russian Pine wood
7pcs frames,1key, 3tubes, 1manual,10 screws
Roof, bottom, and bottom box and super box,queen excluder
The complete flow beehive include:beehive roof, bottom board,brood box and super box,one queen excluder, 7pcs flow frames.
3. How Does Flow Frame Works?
Flow frames fit into a standard langstroth super
Two Simple cutouts in one end of the super allow access for honey collection and end frame observation.
Flow Frame consists of partly formed honeycomb cells
The bees complete the comb with their wax then fill the cells with honey, before finally capping the cells.
When the frame is full its ready to harvest
1).Remove the key access cap and honey trough cap
2).Insert honey tube into honey trough
3).Insert flow key into bottom slot
4).Rotate flow key 90°downwards
Inside the honeycomb the cells have now split and turned into channels for the honey to flow down.
The bees remain undisturbed on the surface of the comb. If there does happen to be a bee down an empty cell it won’t get injured as there is enough space between the comb walls.
It’s literally honey on tap from your beehive!