The water supply and irrigation industry provides drinking water treatment to residential, commercial, municipal and industrial sectors of the economy. This industry requires products and solutions for soil vapor extraction/groundwater remediation; chemical, biological and mechanical odor control; and fluid handling and filtration.
WHAT MAKES A GEMTUBE UNIQUE
• Proven technology at commercial scale
• Track record since 2007
• Prevention of oxygen built up
• Suitable for fragile species
• Very low energy consumption < 100 Watt
• Reliable and Easy to operate
• Prevention of bio-fouling
• Results can be extrapolated to large scale
• Turn key
• Hygienic construction design
• CIP cleanable
• In cooperation with GF-piping developed UV-stable
PVC pipes and components
• Jointly patented by LGem and GF-Piping
Fodder Solutions has fresh fodder feeding solutions catering for all sizes – from hobby farmers with a small herd right up to large commercial installations. Our systems come in the form of both transportable units and more permanent systems feeding thousands of kgs per day.
Nicolon Shade Cloth Fabrics shade horticultural plants grown in commercial nurseries and greenhouses. Manufactured in widths ranging from six to 17 feet (1.80 to 5.20m), Nicolon shade cloth fabrics add beneficial cover for agricultural crops and livestock and can also function as industrial debris nets.
Ultraviolet disinfection systems in hatcheries, fish farms and aquariums have enabled operators to farm or keep greater yields of healthier stock.
Water quality is key to commercial aquaculture operators. Poor water quality will have an impact on the ability to successfully hatch eggs, raise juvenile fish and grow strong, healthy stock, so naturally a large investment is made in water cleansing systems. Chemical methods, while effective at killing some water-borne microbes, can leave harmful by-products in the...
Greenhouse-grown plants represent an increasingly important segment of the horticulture industry. Greenhouse operations produce a variety of annuals and perennials in a controlled environment. These plants are then sold at independent garden centers and mass merchants before becoming fixtures in consumers’ homes and commercial landscapes. Studies have shown that plants can reduce stress, clean air, decrease utility bills and improve the overall value of a community. Greenhouse Management is the leading...
Global aquaculture production has been steadily growing in recent decades, increasingly contributing fish and other edible aquatic organisms of commercial importance entering national, regional and international markets. The growing demand for such products has stimulated the development and expansion of aquaculture production systems both on land and in all water bodies.
UV disinfection is popular for treating water used in horticultural applications, as it introduces no chemicals or by-products which can stress plants and lower crop quality.
Leading OEMs manufacture specific UV systems to continually disinfect the water being used in various soil based and soil-less plant cultivation techniques, such as hydroponic systems. UV disinfection does not affect the pH or chemistry of the water and neutralises many organisms problematic to commercial horticulturalists such as fungi,...
The wholesale nursery market plays a vital role in the green-industry supply chain. With hundreds of thousands of acres planted across North America, nursery operations of varying sizes provide containerized and field-grown trees, shrubs and perennials. Nursery growers make significant capital investments in their crops, many of which are in the ground or in containers for years before they’re ready for market. These nursery products grace home and commercial landscapes, city parks and urban forests....
Corn is a popular animal feed, and is a good representative of the feedstock commercial market. Algae has a much shorter yield-cycle than corn, and thus significantly reduces total growth time (from planting to harvest) and also greatly improves total annual yield. That is, with algae, you get multiple harvests in a single year rather than just one with corn, while at the same time also reducing costs. Nitrogen and Phosphorous are important components of animal feed.
Aquaculture is the fastest growing meat protein industry in the world. Microbial Discovery Group’s in-depth understanding of water quality, feed conversion, and disease prevention creates strong value-add partnerships.
Similar to any other farming system, the aquaculture industry must confront environmental problems resulting from the industry’s intensification and commercialization. The need to produce and yield more tends to push these systems to the brink of failure. Success stems from...
The sugar cane is a plant which assimilates easily the solar radiation, having a efficiency near the 2% of energy conversion incidental in the biomass. This capacity increases the commercial possibilities to the profit of numerous products to extract, in most of the cases of higher value and economic importance than sugar. The cultivation of sugar cane presents itself as an opportunity of high value against other types of cultivations. Nevertheless, this crop also suffers the problems of water shortage. Taking...
AviTrac® is an innovative and patent-pending technology, developped by AgriProTech company. AviTrac® emits distress calls and predator calls in order to create a stressful environment for any pest birds. It is efficient on many species such as crows, pigeons, starlings, seagulls ... It can be used in many areas : agricultural fields, barns and stables, town centers, private buildings or commercial areas.It is ideal for any outdoor or indoor location invaded by birds. It is ideal for any outdoor or indoor...
Our ozone wash-down systems are currently in use in numerous seafood food processing applications such as retail fish markets, wholesale seafood plants and commercial fishing boat fleets. Water is pumped through the Ozone wash-down system and mixed with Ozone. Ozonated water is then sprayed as a disinfectant directly onto the cleaning surface or product upon demand, destroying pathogens and bacteria which cause spoilage, giving greater shelf life, saving money, and reducing liability by destroying deadly bacteria.
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...