For more than a decade Oxymat has been the preferred oxygen supplier to all major fish farms within recirculation technology. Knowing fish farming to the bone; Pure oxygen is essential in all modern fish farming. Pure oxygen dosed in correct way ensures faster growths rates, better FCR, less stress and diseases and better prices selling the fish due to higher quality. We understand the environment of fish farming and the need for a 100 % reliable oxygen source. Oxymat has delivered oxygen generator systems for...
OGSI Leads the Way in Onsite Oxygen Technology for Aquaculture
The OGSI oxygen system is an efficient and cost-effective means by which to increase the dissolved oxygen (DO) level in an Aquaculture system. The system was developed by OGSI. It enables fish farms to dissolve oxygen in any size tank. Farms are able to increase stocking densities. The fish are also healthier and have better taste when raised in an oxygen rich environment.
Oxygen supply for fish hatchery and in particular:
Larval rearing 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 dimensioning of an oxygen generation system from our OXYSWING® PSA oxygen generator...
These industries that purchase Surface Aerators include municipal wastewater plants, wineries, breweries, aquaculture farms, dairy farms, horticulture nurseries, hog and cattle feedlot operations, mining operations, chemical companies, food processing plants, and miscellaneous industrial wastewater operations among others. In addition VaraCorp sells hazardous duty aerators to frac pit operators. VaraCorp’s air turbine surface aerator can transfer 4.7 pounds of dissolved oxygen per horsepower hour according...
The PurGRO2 iLS gas transfer system is unique in its ability to create and maintain stable "controlled atmospheres" in water. This patented system and technology deliver signifi cant added value to multiple markets. In aquaculture, where oxygen is the source gas, PurGRO2 iLS creates and maintains an atmosphere in fresh and salt water of stable dissolved oxygen, at normal total gas pressures. Unlike more conventional forms of oxygenation, PurGRO2 is temperature independent, and actually delivers more oxygen with...
Water treatment in life support systems either in aquaculture or aquariums is fundamental for incoming water and recirculating water process. Our range of filters are designed in order to get the best water quality, controlling parameters such as: Suspended particles, toxic substances present in water, dissolved oxygen, pathogens and other microorganisms.
Salmonoids are especially demanding about water quality and high oxygen content. The oxygen concentration should be kept at least 5 mg/l throughout the year. This ensures good condition of fish and facilitates quick maturity without disturbances.
Sufficient oxygen content near the basin bottom (2 mg/l) prevents leaching of nutrients and in particular phosphor into the water. Dissolved nutrients have a detrimental impact on water quality and – at worst – can cause growth of cyanobacterium. Furthermore,...
Intensive commercial shrimp farming began in the late 1960s led in part by technological advances and growing market demand. Today, shrimp farming is so intensive (in some cases close to 300 000 shrimps per hectare) that it requires industrially prepared shrimp feeds, fertilizing the ponds to stimulate the growth of organisms, aeration to prevent oxygen depletion and regular tidal water exchange. Solmax geomembranes have been used in some of the largest shrimp pond projects in the world. There are several key...
Improve your yields and control costs across your entire farm through automated oxygen monitoring and remote systems control. Continuous oxygen monitoring lets you fine-tune feed ratios to minimize fish stress, disease and mortality. Plus, save time and money with more efficient data collection and systems management.
The waste water from these companies usually has a high demand in oxygen chemistry (DOQ), normally due to proteins and fats. They have high concentrations of chlorine, sulphate and sodium because, in many cases, the processes involve seawater.