B.S. National Brood, Beeswax Coated Plastic Foundation, Black - Bee Equipment

B.S. National Brood, Beeswax Coated Plastic Foundation, Black

UF-902
  • £1.76

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
  • Fits National brood frames
  • Size 335 x 200mm

Call us on (+44) 01227 833 807
if you need any help or advice on our products or email us

sales@bee-equipment.co.uk

Customer Reviews

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T.O.
National Brood, Beeswax Coated Black Plastic Foundation

Have tried various other plastic foundation, wanted to try the black waxed version. at £45 for 50 the price was right. not sure id be paying the normal price for it though. delivery and service first class as always with bee equipment.

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R.B.
National Brood, Beeswax Coated Black Plastic Foundation

Found the plastic foundation more convenient to work with than the normal wax foundation. It is easy to work with and can be stored without fear of being broken or distorted. Have not noticed any preference from the bees with regard to the type of foundation utilised. In the long run the plastic variety should be more economical as it can be cleaned, sterilised and re used.

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K.P.
Plastic foundation

Arrived in good time


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