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2 Frame Spacers - 10 Frame
2 Frame Spacers - 10 Frame

2 Frame Spacers - 10 Frame

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Apimaye-USA
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Frame spacers are handy little tools for your hives. While they are not part of the essential beekeeping supplies, they have 3 major benefits for the beekeepers. Each of our Apimaye complete hive sets include 2 pairs of frame spacers even if the hive doesn't have any frames. They are also included in deep supers with handy frames.

Why Use Frame Spacers?


The frame spacers are mainly used to distribute the frames evenly inside the hive. If the spacing between the frames is too much then the bees draw comb in between the frames and make it hard to work with. If there is little space between the frames, then there may not be any bee space for the bees. The latter is not an issue with the current frame designs where the top of the frame is wider than the actual frame. Even when frames are placed tightly there would be enough space for the bees.

When a hive with multiple boxes uses frame spacers then the frames are guaranteed to be aligned on top of each other. A better airflow and thus ventilation is provided inside the hive by making sure all the frames are aligned. Ventilation inside the hive is especially important in areas with high relative humidity. High humidity inside the hive can cause condensation and molding problems.

Frame spacers are also useful when transporting the bee hives. If the hive boxes have less than 10 frames then the frames may move during transportation. The spacers make sure each frame stays where they are supposed to, and prevent the frames to slide or drop. It is always a good practice to have box filled with the frames.

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Drew
Good to use with Propolis and Avoiding Bridge Comb.

The frame spacers also do a good job if supporting the propolis trap over the tops of the frames.

I think these also help minimize the bridge comb build between frames of stacked boxes by acting as a bridge of sorts themselves.

I find that they get glued down to wooden frames pretty good by the bees and I did break one trying to peel it up from one side, not seeing as much of an issue with the pro frames.


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