The mold is made of soft food-grade silicone, which allows for easy removal of the ready cups. Just melt the beeswax and pour it into the mold. When the cups have cooled down, it will be very easy to remove from the mold.
Queen bees, or future queens, grow up in larger comb cells, called queen cells. They differ not only in size, but also in shape - they are protruding and rounded. To produce queens on a larger scale, special queen cell cups are used, placed on the slat. The process involves placing a day-old larva in a cup using a metal spoon, then placing the bar with the filled cups between the brood in the colony.
Pour melted wax at a temperature of approx. 80 degrees C into the mold, scrape off the excess and leave to cool. After they have cooled down, remove the finished cups from the recesses.
75mm x 55mm x 12mm
Ready cup cell diameter: 10mm
Material: food grade silicone