Let me finish the taping, you stay here :lol:It's a scaled down size of Perry s uncle Leo"s honey house.
Now I got to go do some work taping drywall today.
Here's a request for some of you bigger beekeepers. Say you process anywhere from 100 to 1000 supers a year. How is your honey house laid out? What works best for you for work flow? What materials did you choose to help with easy cleanup?This may be a shameless way to get ideas but hey, I've never been shy. :lol:
Given some of the obvious talent on this forum in the design department (regarding t-shirt logos), I thought it might be interesting to put all of everyone's experience and dreams together, and come up with the "perfect" design for a honey house.
There would only be a few parameters, a few helpful guidelines to keep in mind: 😉
First, let's say you have an uncapping tank that measures somewhere around 33" by 20", with a drain in one end.
Second, let's say you have an extractor, say a 20 frame radial, about 32" across, that loads from two sides. :lol:
Third, let's say you have water-jacketed clarifier/sump, say about 42" by 15", give or take.
Fourth, you probably have a honey pump, which doesn't take up much space.
Fifth, let's say you have a circular bottling tank that is about 22" across.
The rest would be taking into account storage of full supers, empty supers, doors, sinks, etc.
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This could be a template for anyone thinking about setting one up.