Herb Isaac Sales Ltd.
Frequently asked questions
Question: How full should honey drums be?
At least 3 inches of headspace should be left out of courtesy to the establishment using the honey. Honey expands and can cause a messy dilemma for the packer. It causes cleanup costs (sewage & labor) not to mention the loss of the honey.
Question: How much do you charge to list items for sale?
No charge to list good sound useable equipment. If we are instrumental in selling your item we charge a minimum of $100. or 10% whichever the larger unless negotiated otherwise.
Question: Are Ezyloaders manufactured in Canada? No.
Ezyloaders are manufactured for the North American market in Au. and imported and distributed by Herb Isaac Sales Ltd. The manufacturer's web site is located at: http://www.ezyloader.com/
In 2008, the business was acquired by M & K Stafford Engineering Pty Ltd. The present day Ezyloader has many improvements from the original "Easyloader". Older Ezyloaders can now be returned to AU. for refurbishing and updated to today's standards. Contact us for information.
Question: Do you price Ezyloaders in our currency? Definitely.
In both instances a quote will be approximate as currencies fluctuate on a regular basis as well as freight costs fluctuate from one shipment to the next. Customs clearance extra. The actual price will be established on the day your payment is made.
*Note: Currently, the US dollar vs. the Au dollar are very favorable to make a purchase!
Question: Is the name Ezyloader or Easyloader
The name was originally Easyloader but was changed to Ezyloader many years ago. Some older machines may still have the name Easyloader printed on themů Easyloaders manufactured up until 2000/2001 were painted white after that period the Ezyloaders were painted Blue and Yellow.
Question: Which Ezyloader Models are suited to Beekeeping?
The Models 125MH, 200MH and the 300MH The lifting capacities and reach are included on the manufacturer's website. There is a link included on the Ezyloader page of our website.
Question: I call but no one answers!
Please leave us a message or email us. We are in and out of the office.
Email is sometimes the best route and fastest way to contact us.