Tapcomb® Frames

Size Guide

Size Guide


Size Guide

 No. of Tapcomb® Frames Langstroth Super size
3 Tapcomb® frames 8-frame Langstroth "hybrid" super
6 Tapcomb® frames 8-frame Langstroth super
7 Tapcomb® frames 10-frame Langstroth super

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    Our frames are made of high-quality food grade plastic that's both BPS and BPA-free. Each frame is built to be 30% complete, so worker bees quickly start doing what they do best — drawing out the rest of the comb with their own natural wax.

    They finish and fill the comb. You harvest the honey. Thanks to Tapcomb®, both tasks have never been easier. Watch as fresh, local, honey flows straight from your beehive into your jar.

    Our innovative frames can be combined with existing frames in a Langstroth super, or you can chose to fill your Langstroth with Tapcomb's® frames exclusively. View our 'Size Guide' in pictures above.

    Find out what makes a Tapcomb® system so special compared with other flow hive systems here

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    1. Tapcomb's® patented frames
    2. Tapcomb® honey harvest tubes
    3. One high-torque Tapcomb® key
    4. Our easy-to-follow manual
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    1. Dimensions – 482 x 51 x 247mm
    2. Weight - 3.2lbs per frame
    3. Arrives fully assembled
    4. Made of high-quality food grade plastic that's both BPS and BPA-free





Tapcomb's® unique system allows for honey extraction on tap while keeping the beeswax caps intact. This results in minimal disturbance to the bees.

All Tapcomb® hives come with a Queen excluder, this will stop your Queen from entering your hive super and laying any larvae in your Tapcomb® frames, we wouldn't want any bee juice to get in your delicious honey.

During harvest, the comb's cells split internally. This means each cell’s wax cap isn’t broken. Since the cells remain sealed, you won't lose any honey from leakage and bees aren't crushed or disturbed. Simply attach a honey flow harvest tube, insert our high-torque key and twist. Then step back for the most thrilling moment of the show.

Local honey. Flowing down the frame. Out of the beehive. And into your jar

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70% beeswax to create a Tapcomb hive

At Tapcomb® we knew that beeswax was incredibly important to the health of the beehive, that's why we designed our frames to incorporate as much beeswax as possible. Tapcomb® really raises the bar. Our frames are only 30% complete; bees build the other 70% with their own wax. 

Beeswax is essential in the curing of honey, nectar in its purest form is 80% water, bees will use their wings to fan air over the cells until much of the water evaporates. Beeswax has also been found to aid communication within the hive.

Making wax combs is part of the lifecycle of a worker bee and something they are quite literally born to do.

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