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 dimensioning of an oxygen generation system from our OXYSWING® PSA oxygen generator product range will be determining for the economical benefits you expect from an on-site oxygen generation and supply system in your hatchery.
We will provide consultancy regarding the most efficient oxygen distribution as well as technology for oxygen transfer and regulation into water under consideration of all relevant parameters. By using our in-house developed software we can calculate both the required amount of oxygen to be produced and the resulting energy consumption. Together with you will find a compromise between the use of energy and the efficiency of oxygen transfer to optimise costs.
By Noxerior s.r.l. based in Grosseto, ITALY.
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).
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.
By Poltank S.A.U. based in Sant Jaume de Llierca, SPAIN.
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 higher water temperatures.
By inVentures Technologies Incorporated. based in New Brunswick, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA).
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.
Crayfish basins are rather small usually, so Waterix AIRIT® Micro is an excellent choice. The device is lightweight but boasts exceptionally high operating efficiency and output. AIRIT® Micro ensures oxygen content throughout the crayfish basin is always in excess of 5 mg/l. This enables the crayfish maturity period to be perfect in respect to oxygen content.AIRIT® Micro can be used throughout the year or when the water starts to stratify.
By W-Rix Ltd based in Parainen, FINLAND.
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.
By Aguambiente based in La Cistérniga, SPAIN.
OxyGuard was founded as the first company in the world dedicated to providing metering, monitoring and control equipment to fish farms. The oxygen probes and multi-channel systems were revolutionary, and helped fish farming grow into the Aquaculture Industry that it is today.
Whether you need a hand-held DO meter or a system that can control your entire fish farm, OxyGuard equipment will help you run a profitable business. The return on investment time for OxyGuard equipment is short, even if you already monitor water quality the improved accuracy and stability of OxyGuard DO probes and control systems will give you considerable benefits.
OxyGuard gained a reputation for excellence that led to a demand for other products and from other markets, but the company`s main focus is still on aquaculture. Improvements and the introduction of new technology have taken place, but the company philosophy is still to provide the fish farmer with precisely the equipment that is needed.
Previously a simple oxygen measurement was enough - this is not the case today. The Aquaculture industry has grown; the demands to fish farming methods and the equipment used have grown with it. OxyGuard have designed the Commander system to meet these demands - and have made sure that Commander has the scope and flexibility to meet future demands.
By OxyGuard International A/S based in Farum, DENMARK.
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 benefits of lining shrimp ponds with geomembranes. Durable and robust, the HDPE surface prevents weeds, grasses, mud and other obstructive contaminants from entering the pond. The HDPE substrate is known to reduce the suitability of the environment for bacteria thereby reducing the need for antibiotics. Geomembranes can also protect the slopes and banks from erosion and allow for easy detection and rapid removal of sediment and waste products.
Here are several factors to consider when deciding which type of geomembrane to use in a Shrimp Pond application:
- Stress crack resistance
- Tensile and elongation properties
- Tear and puncture resistance
- Duration of the project
- U.V exposure
Please contact us if you need technical support or need to speak with a sales representative.
By Solmax based in Varennes, QUEBEC (CANADA).
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