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aquaculture hatcheries Applications

  • Liners for Aquaculture / Aquacultery Hatchery Liners

    MPC Containment’s Aquaculture/Hatchery Liners allow for a controlled environment to minimize disease.  The liner must not emit any harmful chemicals and in many cases, it must confirm to FDA or other stringent requirements and regulations.  The liner must have excellent puncture and tear resistance. The liner must be fabricated and installed so that it is watertight as preventing seepage can be a major cost savings.  MPC recommends Reinforced Polypropylene or PetroGard™ VI for these...

    By MPC Containment based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Algae bioreactors for aquaculture hatcheries

    Industrial Plankton`s algae bioreactors produce the base of the aquatic food chain for aquaculture hatcheries, reliably, and cost effectively. The algae produced on-site is an ideal feed for larval shellfish and shrimp. Finfish hatcheries also benefit from live algae for enriching rotifers and generating live greenwater.

    Using real-time monitoring, user friendly equipment, and datalogging, our equipment simplifies algae production, letting hatcheries focus on their livestock, and...

    By Industrial Plankton Inc. based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • O2 Applications > Aquaculture - Oxygen supply for fish hatcheries

    Oxygen supply for fish hatchery and in particular:

    • Broodstock units;
    • Larval rearing units;
    • Weaning units;
    • Treatment for seawater wells;
    • Biological filter of re-circulation systems;
    • Ozone generation for water sterilization;

    Special Know-How & Services from NOXERIOR

    We at NOXERIOR are perfectly aware that oxygen is a variable cost for your hatchery operation. A reliable estimation of oxygen requirements and a correct...

    By Noxerior s.r.l. based in Grosseto, ITALY.

  • Water quality monitoring for aquaculture industry

    A clean and pathogen free water source is essential to prevent infections from being introduced and spreading in a hatchery. Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection of water for inactivation of pathogens is recognized as a safe and effective method for use in the aquaculture industry. Continuous monitoring of water quality by measure of UV transmission (UVT) ensures the UV light is able to penetrate the water effectively and achieve the optimal dose.

    By Real Tech Inc. based in Whitby, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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