New Thermal Isolation hives

Discussion in 'General Beekeeping' started by pvchive, Aug 10, 2010.

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  1. pvchive

    pvchive New Member

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    Welcome everyone, I'm from Hungary

    I got 120 colonies of bee, i made myself my wood beehives, but i found it not so good as i want it to be. I begin to work an another one, an isolant type of a beehive, and it seems it work nice. I found more than 30% brood, and the produce of honey was too much higher as in an other hive. Also i can see that the bees feel so much better inside that type of hive as in the older one. I would like to have about this a discussion with You, becouse i think that effectiveness will interest You too.
    I'm waiting for Your observation.

    Your's sincerely: pvchive kid
     
  2. pvchive

    pvchive New Member

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    People i see that u visit my post, but no observation?
     

  3. rgy

    rgy New Member

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    no clue what an isolant hive is. got a picture?
     
  4. pvchive

    pvchive New Member

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    Yes rgy, i can send you picture but only in private. Admin will be angry if i link here something.
    One sec i send it to you in private.
     
  5. riverrat

    riverrat New Member

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    I see you are new to the forum welcome. Please be an active contributing part of our community. If you truly want feedback on a product and you are not here to make a quick buck off the forum and then disapear you are more than welcome to post your link. As long as your not selling these and you just want opinions and observations on your design. We just dont need spammers
     
  6. pvchive

    pvchive New Member

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    Thx riverrat, than i can link my site?
    then can be found photos and a description about the hive.
     
  7. Iddee

    Iddee New Member

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    You can link your site and also link the forum on your site. Bring your friends in and have fun.
     
  8. pvchive

    pvchive New Member

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    Thx so my site is: **removed by admin**
    dont be afraid to download the files it says evrything.
    and guys did you heard about polyhives? becouse rgx told me he didn't know what is it :)
     
  9. Iddee

    Iddee New Member

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    Click on the link and tell me what you get. I got a blank page.
     
  10. pvchive

    pvchive New Member

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    see working on that problem

    for me it's working but im from hungary and it is a hungarian server.
    gimme a min a try to correct it.
     
  11. pvchive

    pvchive New Member

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    try it now if it's not working i try to upload it to an other site, maybe an idea to where?
     
  12. Walt B

    Walt B New Member

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    Got it. I think the site is **Removed by Admin**. The only way I can get it to work is to click on the link **Removed by Admin** and you get a message that says page won't display. Then, in the browser, delete the period before "pcvhive" and it displays.

    There an English Power Point presentation. Seems you're selling these hives?

    Walt
     
  13. pvchive

    pvchive New Member

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    yes but i want to give it as a preview.
     
  14. pvchive

    pvchive New Member

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    collegues!

    i makeing a new site soon it will be finish, until there any qestion with the polyhive?
     
  15. riverrat

    riverrat New Member

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    i am unable to open it. Would love to take a look at it
     
  16. Walt B

    Walt B New Member

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    I got on it once with the instructions above, and then not again. :oops:

    I suspect he'll get it sorted out. The same initial post was on the British Beekeeping Forum. ;)

    Walt
     
  17. Bens-Bees

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    I get a security warning... something about potentially harmful software...

    So perhaps just a description will have to work for now... how does an isolant type beehive vary from a wooden Langstroth type hive?
     
  18. Charles

    Charles New Member

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    This post has been locked and links removed due to potentially harmful software. OP if you feel this is in error feel free to send me a PM
     
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