Three reasons why ozone in aquaculture improves water quality and increase aquaculture productivity. As recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) operate by reusing the fish tank water it is essential to control the water quality. Many studies show that treating RAS systems with ozone increases productivity as fish health and survival is increased.
RK BioElements have over the years gained a very strong position in aquaculture, where experience shows that RK BioElements help to create optimum growth conditions with a healthier population, higher production and value added as a result.Danish know-how is world leading in aquaculture with recirculation, including biological water purification. Existing EU rules in the field are among others based on the results from the Danish model fish farms, most of which use RK BioElements in their recirculation systems....
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 environmental...
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.
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.
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.
Research project where no chemicals are used in water treatment and water is only added to replace any evaporated water. The fish are grown in a tank with closed water circuit. The waste produced by fish are utilized by growing algae. The grown algae are returned for fish feed. Our method allows efficient and environmentally friendly fish farming that can be placed near the consumer.
applications that include:
Agricultural and landscape irrigation
Industrial water processing
Industrial wastewater treatment
Municipal water treatment (drinking and waste treatment)
Prefiltration to protect costly media and reverse-osmosis systems