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|50 Piece/Pieces bee smoker for Bee supplies
|US $2.1 - 12 / Piece
|bee smoker for Bee supplies 10pcs/carton
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|50000 Piece/Pieces per Month bee smoker for Bee supplies
|Bee Smoker For Bee Supplies
American style smoker Content Heigth :19cm Content Diameter: 10.4cm Packing: carton Package: 10 pieces/carton
The bee smoker is for clam down and driving the bees. It is composed of smoker box and net box. Put the paper, grass or cotton inside then light it, push the smoker box to blow the strong smoker.
Big Smoker Content Heigth :23cm Content Diameter: 10.4cm Packing: carton Package: 10 pieces/carton
This standard grade smoker is great for hobby level beekeeping. It will give you good service, and its size is fine for moderately sized apiaries. We use a number of different manufcturers for this grade product. The actual model you receive may look slightly different from this picture, but it will have approximately the same dimensions and performance.
This smoker is ideal for the beekeeper who spends many hours with their bees. The stainless steel chamber is 4? in diameter and the full length (with dome) is 11?. As with our smaller sideliner smoker, wire cage prevents contact with hot chamber, oxygenator can be removed and there is a hook for storage or hanging on hive.
Standard Stainless Steel Bee Smoker
With a higher capacity than the standard 4x7" smoker, this smoker will give you a longer burn time for larger apiaries but at a lower price than the top quality models.
Calm your bees with this smoker. It is made of stainless steel and comes with a shield so you don’t have to burn your hand when you pick it up. Premium version features high quality metal, leather and craftsmanship.
Smoker guarder for USA Stainless steel size: 4"x 7"
Stainless steel smoker with shield, rounded top and removable inner can.
Other size can be customer made according to requirements.
To produce large quantities of cool thick smoke, coals must be above the grate and unburned materials must be above the coals. Suitable smoker fuels include burlap, corn cobs, wood shavings, pine needles, cardboard, punk wood, bark, sumac bobs, cotton rags, dry leaves, and bailer twine. An alternative liquid smoke is available that you mix with water and spray onto the bees with a mister-type applicator—under ideal conditions and when robbing is not likely, misting with sugar syrup works as well as smoke.
Smoker by galvanization
A bee smoker and hive tool are essential for working bees. The smoker consists of a metal fire pot and grate with bellows attached. The size of the smoker is a matter of individual preference. The 4 x 7 inch size is probably the most widely used. Plan to purchase/use a smoker with a heat shield around the firebox to avoid burning clothing or yourself if you intend to support the smoker between your legs as you work a colony. Some beekeepers like the model with a hook to hang the smoker over the open hive body as they inspect it, thus keeping the smoker handy at all times.