Yes it is!
Type: Posts; User: MAXANT
Bee source members get special deals, just call and ask for Kristal
Why not just buy a Flow Hive, then no need for extractors! :shhhh:
We tried, didn't work. :p
I have already placed my order for 50 cord unplugging robots!
Found the show highly enjoyable!
We should have the new digs camo hats in a few weeks!!
The winter has prolonged the new factory project. Hoping to be in before summer!
Put bucket in tank, fill with water, and watch the magic!
This is exciting to see!
Very unique, and I think it will be a hit!
Sorry, we haven't sold Vulcan in 15 + years, so I cannot help you with a replacement element.
We have Chromalux and Tempo.
Can you read the info off the nut end of the element itself please.
Speed is dictated by the pulley size, not the motor or outlet size. We gear ours down to 2-3 GPM to keep air out of the honey.
You will find a slight difference depending on age. If it was older, the chains and various other parts will be mild steel vs stainless that we use now.
The chains will not be adjustable unless its...
Yes indeed! Ive seen what hard water will do the the elements. If in doubt just buy a couple gallons of distilled or purified water. Cheap insurance!
I honestly don't know what that is! Im 99% its not mine. It doesn't look like our workmanship, our our method of fab.
I can't tell you how many times people have put our sticker on homeade...
Equinox is made in Mexico. It is/was a very well made product from what I saw a few years ago (6) at a trade show.
Last I heard, the plant burned down in 09.
This is all I can come up with now for...
Just let me know when you are coming and we will lock them all up with a "Please Look don't touch" policy.
Nope, was something I always considered bringing back from the dead......
Well, to be blunt......Everything :eek: :cool:
My advice, RUN from it.
Nice theory as it looks like my 1400, but lacks ALOT of crucial parts.
Really depends on the area you live in (climate/temperature), and how wet the cappings are when you uncap!
We saturate them with oil, and dry them off prior to installing. Ideally you would want to do this every season.
Negative on buckets