Since 1988, Delta Hydronics has designed and installed numerous water heating and chilling solutions for life support systems using small equipment skid packages as well as large centralized mechanical systems for grow-out operations with mutiple heat exchangers and temperature requirements.
- Abalone farming
- Shrimp farming
- Tilapia farming
- Red Drum farming
- Trout farming
- Salmon farming
- Clams farming
- Many more
When water temperature is critical for sustained growth and general health of commercial aquaculture operations, Delta Hydronics has provided superior mechanical solutions and temperature control needed for optimal growth environment.
By Delta Hydronics based in Hudson, FLORIDA (USA).
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 applications as they meet the criteria listed above.
By MPC Containment based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA).
In either decorative fish ponds or fish farming ponds, HDPE geomembranes and Fish-Grade PVC are used to avoid soil contact and minimize water contamination. Geomembranes prevent both waste accumulation in the soil and leaching of harmful chemicals into the ponds such as ammonia, hydrogen sulphide, acidic constituents, iron and other potentially stressful compounds. This protection improves fish growth while reducing the risk of disease. HDPE geomembranes also reduce erosion, allow for easy removal of wastes within the ponds, provide a smooth harvesting surface, and offer long-term U.V protection in tropical installations. Solmax geomembranes have been used in a variety of fish ponds applications whether for decorative or farming purposes.
Here are several factors to consider when deciding which type of geomembrane to use in a fish pond application:
- Stress crack resistance
- Tensile and elongation properties
- Tear and puncture resistance
- Duration of the project
- UV exposure
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By Solmax based in Varennes, QUEBEC (CANADA).
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