Convert your existing hive to Flow’s easy and gentle method of harvesting with our Flow Super – made from sustainably sourced Araucaria.
US $449 - US $519
Dispatches in 1-2 working days
Harvest up to 21 kgs of honey when super is full
Flow® harvesting technology
Already have a beehive? Our original Flow Hive Classic Super is now available separately, to convert a Langstroth hive to the Flow method of harvesting.
Manufactured from sustainably sourced, Araucaria, the Flow Super – Flow Hive Classic features an observation window, timber fixtures and is designed to accommodate Flow Frames without any modifications.
Our patented Flow Frame technology is made in Brisbane from durable, BPA- and BPS-free plastic.
This product is manufactured to the same specifications as the Flow Hive Classic, and is compatible with all individual components in this range. The Flow Super is also designed to be compatible with Langstroth hives – please check specific dimensions here.
“This has all come about because of our love for the bees and an acknowledgement of how important they are, not only to the food we eat, but to all life on Earth.”
- Stuart Anderson
“If we look after the bees, they’ll look after us. And the honey really is an amazing bonus.”
Crafted from sustainably harvested Australian Araucaria, a native cabinet timber highly regarded for its stability & durability. Apply two coats of exterior house paint to ensure a lifetime outdoors. Get creative!
What's in the Box?
Flow Hive Classic Flow Super
Flow Frames and Flow Tubes - 6 or 7
Your Questions Answered
The Flow Super is not a complete hive and is designed to be added to an existing hive. You will need a brood box, base, queen excluder, inner cover and roof. If you are getting set-up for the first time, we recommend a complete Flow Hive as this comes with everything that you need.
It’s important to add a slope towards the rear of the hive (3º is optimal) for harvesting. This can be added to your existing base, or you can prop up the front of the hive at harvest time.
You will also need to consider how your roof fits over the Flow Super to allow access to the Flow key access cover. The Flow Hive roof has a modified cutout to allow easy access, however, using a flat roof that sits above the inner cover can also work.
Beekeeping is a fascinating and rewarding hobby, where the discoveries are endless. Plus the honey really is an amazing bonus!
If you’re just getting started, we’re here to help – our friendly support team is on hand via email, phone, or live chat to get fast answers to your buzzing questions.
Or if you’d rather go straight to the top, join Cedar, our co-inventor, every week for a special live stream on Facebook and Youtube, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask him your questions live!
We’ll support you every step of the way with a swarm of educational resources to ensure your beekeeping journey will be an enjoyable one.
Plastic has been used in beehives as part of foundation for brood frames for many years. Our Flow Hives only feature the highest quality, foodgrade, BPA and BPS Free plastic in the Flow Super where the honey is stored. The bees complete the Flow Frame matrix and coat it with wax before adding their nectar to turn into honey. We supply and recommend foundationless brood frames to keep the brood nest as natural as possible for the bees.
Bees rarely find their way into empty beehive boxes, even though they are designed to be a perfect home for them.
Yes! The Flow Hive is successfully in use in all climates wherever beekeeping is possible, from the hot Australian summers to the cold Alaskan winters.
Beekeeping is a fascinating hobby which when approached with knowledge, skill and dedication can be incredibly rewarding.
It is important to understand some basic safety guidelines to ensure that your beekeeping experience is a safe and positive one.
Beekeeping suits and other personal protective equipment can offer excellent prevention against bee stings but are not 100 percent effective. It’s important new beekeepers exercise caution when tending to their hives and are comfortable with the fact that sooner or later, all beekeepers get stung.