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  1. Bee Forum
    I have been using a wand for the past couple of years and now realizing I need a faster vaporizer. I would like the provap 110 but it is a bit pricey for me. My next option is the Lorob. I know there a quite a few out there. Does anyone have experience with the cheaper models like the Blythewood...
  2. OAV results

    I have started this showcase to display what my treatments look like and the results I achieve.
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  3. Creating an exterior OAV treatment device

    Greetings, This is how I build the Burrell Creek Bee Supply OAV from start to finish. It is my intention to show what you will need to purchase and how to complete every step along the way. I have comments turned off to keep this posting uncluttered so please PM me if you have questions or...
  4. Equipment/Hardware
    I've been looking for directions and a parts list to build Johno's easy vap. (I know he no longer builds them) Can someone point me in the right direction. Thanks
  5. For Sale
    Offered for sale are new OA VAP 110.04 Oxalic Acid Vaporizer 110VAC Aluminum housing and insulated handle. Heater on/off switch with control light. Set to °F or °C, customer can change this at any time. Solid construction, grounded three prong plug. Use at proper grounded outlet, inverter or...
  6. Commercial Beekeeping
    Wondering if I could get some data to back up these products. I have purchased the Hot Air Vaporizer by Lega and didn't do any research prior to buying it. After I got it I was disappointed in the quality and haven't put it to use just yet. Sounds like the Vaporizer by Lega is inconsistent...
  7. Bee Forum
    Hello, I am a relatively new beekeeper and am planing to use oxalic acid vaporization as a varroa mite prevention. Unfortunately, I've seen a few on my bees, whenever they were hanging out in front of the hive bottom board. I don't think the mite count is too many, because observing them almost...
  8. Bee Forum
    So my husband came up with an oxalic acid vaporizer that takes 30 seconds per hive. It works every time and does not have the heating up and cooling off time lapse like the others. He currently has made and sold 12 units. We will be working on a patent so I would prefer to not post a picture...
  9. Commercial Beekeeping
    If you use the VMVaporizer, we released a new step-by-step video on how to use it. If you have comments/suggestions, PM me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jY3f8BzLw-k Thank you, Edward
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