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 farm...
By Delta Hydronics based in Hudson, FLORIDA (USA).
The Aquaculture industry is one of the fastest growing segments in the agricultural industry accounting for over 1.13 billion dollars in the USA alone. However, this industry is suffering with several water quality challenges requiring sustainable aquaculture water treatment solutions to enhance fish health, and population yield while meeting environmental discharge regulations. The challenges facing aquaculture companies include emerging growth rates of specific bacteria and viruses, water usage, and environmen...
By Genesis Water Technologies, Inc. based in Maitland, FLORIDA (USA).
Maintain healthier ponds, increase stocking densities, and generate higher yield with optimum oxygen transfer. Maintaining the proper level of oxygen dispersion in your systems is critical to the success of your operation – and the life of your fish. Poor dissolved oxygen levels, fluctuating water temperatures, and stratification all can negatively affect fish health and pond production.
By Aeration Industries International (AII) based in Chaska, MINNESOTA (USA).
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.
Crayfish is a very demanding species when it comes to the quality of water. One of the most important facts is the sufficient content of oxygen concentration in water. Actually the crayfish is just as demanding as salmonoids about oxygen content. During warmer seasons oxygen content of the water should be at least 5 mg/l (oxygen saturation at least 50 %). In the winter the crayfish can adapt to short periods with 2 – 3 mg/l content if all the other environmental conditions are favorable.
By W-Rix Ltd based in Parainen, FINLAND.
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