Full Depth Single Super Package with Wooden Frames
Price excludes GST
All options Explained Below:
Undipped - This means your high quality Russian Pine boxes are assembled with stainless screws but is in its natural state and will need some kind of protection from the weather.
Dipped - The box has been assembled with 24 stainless steel screws then dipped in hot Microcrystalline for 9 to 10 minutes to preserve the timber for a long life outside. Microcrystalline is similar to Paraffin Wax but is a higher quality and has a melting point of 80 degrees. Paraffin Wax has been commonly used for beehive boxes but it will melt at 60 degrees and can leach out of the timber boxes on a hot summer day. This will leave them susceptible to rotting!
33mm - Your Russian Pine frames will be assembled and have an endbar size of 33mm. 33mm Gives you plenty of space in the brood box with 10 frames giving you more flexibility on how you place your frames and also allowing for the wax and propolis build up on the frames. This is often used in brood chambers as they get clogged up the most.
35mm - Your Russian Pine frames will be assembled and have an endbar size of 35mm. 35mm means that 10 frames will fit in a standard super with a near perfect fit. This will give thicker built out frames and also consistent spacing between the frames. This is often used in honey supers to get the thicker frames and more yield.
Medium Brood - This means your Russian Pine frames have a sheet of Medium Brood foundation fitted to each. It is 212mm high and is a thinner style often used in the brood chamber. The beeswax is professional produced promising only the best.
Manuka Special - This means your Russian Pine frames have a sheet of Manuka special foundation fitted to each. It is 212mm high and is a thicker style often used in the brood and honey chambers. Being thicker it gives more durability to the frame once drawn out and also gives the bees more wax to work with while drawing it out. The beeswax is professional produced promising only the best.