Technoset bee Top feeder 4 liter syrup bee food

Raised for greater security,
Sugar-dough in the center for easy food access the swarm during the winter months.
Curved lid for holding the temperatures above the sugar dough so it does not freeze.
It has an inlet-outlet security door that makes it easier for bees in the winter months fly for pooping, protecting honey from developing diseases such as Nozema.
It has a perimeter rim protecting against rain and wind.

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Description

Technosetbee top feeders are praised by beekeepers all around the world for their superior design and robustness.

It fits neatly inside the Technosetbee roof and takes no extra space. A lot of beekeepers around the world leave this top feeder on the beehive all year round.
It doubles up as a hive mat and allows damp air to exit up through the vents and out the roof vents.

The smaller compartment (under white cover) is for feeding dry pollen patties or fondant. It has 2.3 litres of space.
It has an inlet-outlet security door that makes it easier for bees in the winter months fly for pooping, protecting honey from developing diseases such as Nozema.

The larger area is for feeding syrup and holds up to 3.5 litres if level. The bees have a 7mm passage under the blue vent covers (as shown in the photo) to take the syrup without drowning.To refill the feeder, simply lift the roof and top up without any disturbance to the bees. Alternatively, a feeder valve can be fitted to the roof to avoid even lifting the roof when topping up the syrup. A rim around the outside edge locates the feeder over top of the brood box.
Can be used on wooden brood boxes also.

Manufactured from high quality food grade polypropylene.

10 year warranty.

Weight:1.2 Kg Height: 65mm

Please note:- Stock colours may be different to the photos shown.

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