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1 Flow Frames

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Existing beekeepers with a beehive can enjoy the benefits of our world-first Flow Frames.

Depending on the size of your existing hive, this option provides 3, 4, 6 or 7 Flow Frames to go in-betw...

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2 Modifying a Langstroth Box for Flow Frames

The following steps are a guide to modify a standard 8- or 10-frame langstroth super box to allow you to fit Flow Frames, it should take you 1 to 2 hours to complete.

Download the full instructions as a printable PDF and view videos below:

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3 What are the dimensions of the Flow Frames?

The Flow Frames are designed to fit a standard Langstroth deep super. The Flow Super has the same measurements as a Langstroth deep (8 or 10 frame) super.

The height of the Flow frame is 242mm; this perfectly fits a Langstroth deep box.

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4 Brood Box - Cedar

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Just like the brood boxes that are included with our stack this product with either our Western Red Cedar or Araucaria products.

The Western Red Cedar Brood Box only fits a Flow Hive or Super Classic 6 and is not compatibl... read more...
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5 How often do I need to check the brood?

This depends on your location. In our area it is normal to inspect the brood nest of each hive twice a year for disease. In some areas beekeepers check more frequently. If the hive is weak it should also be inspected. Our invention changes the honey ...

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6 Why aren't my bees filling the Flow Frames?

Bees waxing the gaps:
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7 Do I need to clean the Flow Frames?

Apart from the trough at the bottom, you don't need to clean Flow Frames unless you detect disease in them.  You will need experienced beekeepers to give you advice on disease prevention and response for your area.

The plug for the honey coll...

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8 Are the Flow Frames made from BPA free plastic?

We have worked hard to ensure that our Flow Frames are manufactured from the very best food grade materials.

The clear viewing ends of the frames, as well as the honey tube and caps, are made from a virgin food grade copolyester. The ma...

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9 Can I fit the Flow frames into my existing beehives?

Yes. We want Flow to be adaptable and as affordable as possible so we have designed it so you can use your own boxes. The Flow Frames are designed to fit Langstroth size deep boxes (although they will adapt to others) and are inserted into standard b...

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10 Does the honey in the bottom of the Flow frames ever go mouldy, ferment or crystallize? If so, what can I do about it?

We recommend cleaning Flow Frames at the end of the summer, after harvesting is finished for the year.
This is easy to do without removing the frames from the super or the super from the hive. You can squirt water into the trough and the...

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