Langstroth Brood Frame, Assembled, with Yellow Beeswax Coated Plastic Foundation
Our beeswax coated plastic foundation will stand up to season after season, extraction after extraction. The deeper cells feature textured interiors and sharper cell edges that encourage quicker acceptance.
It is recommended that this product is used in every frame location, if given the choice bees will brace against pure wax foundation.
Tip, after two seasons use a wide scrapper our ( HD-615 ) to clean the plastic foundation back to the rib, then place the box and frames back on the hive above a crown board with just one hole in the crown board open. The bees will usually clean the residue from the plastic frames leaving the plastic foundation ready to use.
If you think the frames need to be cleaned more thoroughly this can be done with either a small steam cleaner or by soaking in soda and bleach.
The plastic foundation can also be melted out at low temperature provided it is left in the frame, use some caution when using heat on the plastic foundation..
Once cleaned re coat with wax using a small sponge roller .
- Requires no reinforcement
- Impervious to wax moth damage
- Food grade plastic
- Use year after year with proper care
About this item
Really good quality, packaged well and great product all round.
Delivered quickly. After adding the new frames to the hive, most of the frames were drawn out over time and the bees have taken to them well. Great product and service. Thanks.
Excellent product, price and service. Thank you !
All arrived in good order and efficiently
as usual fast and efficent great product
i bought this to try it for my self some friends said it was great some not impressed when they arrived they looked real quality but when i looked at the plastic comb sheets there wasnt realy very mutch wax on it i tried a couple of frames in one of my hives but after two weeks its had no work the bees and loks the same as when it went in , i also at the same time rewaxed two other frames now these have had a lot of work done on them and where quite drawn out ,so i will now rewax the other sheets and place them in my newest hive thank you regards gary