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Improvements in or relating to combs for beehives. Ahmed Zaky Abushady September 9, 1920: GB150549-A (2 worldwide citation)

150,549. Abushady, A. Z. Oct. 6, 1919. Drawings to Specification. Bee-keepers' appliances.-A comb foundation including no wax in its construction is formed of metal, on the surface of which the cell bases, of hexagonal, square, circular, or other form, are embossed or impressed as ridges or grooves. ...


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Improvements in and relating to combs for beehives. Ahmed Zaky Abushady April 14, 1921: GB161684-A (1 worldwide citation)

161,684. Abushady, A. Z. Jan. 14, 1920. Bee-keepers' appliances.-An artificial honeycomb is built up of a series of separate members which when assembled constitute the cells. Ribbons or strips d of sheet metal, preferably aluminium, are stamped so as to form the cell walls, and are strung on wires ...


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Improvements in and relating to combs for beehives. Ahmed Zaky Abushady September 9, 1920: GB150502-A (1 worldwide citation)

150,502. Abushady, A. Z. July 24, 1919. Bee-keepers' appliances-An artificial honeycomb having no wax in its structure is made of a block of metal &c. in which the cells of hexagonal, square, circular, or other form are cast, pierced, or stamped. Two such combs may be .fitted in one frame on opposit ...


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Improved means for artificially hatching queen bees. Ahmed Zaky Abushady February 12, 1920: GB138448-A

138,448. AbushÔdy, A. Z. Feb. 26, 1919. Bee-keepers' appliances; hatching-appliances.- Queen bee cells are incubated by keeping them at the desired temperature by means of a waterbath. The cells are placed in test-tubes c which are carried by a frame b and placed in the bath a, which is heated by a ...



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