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...
By W-Rix Ltd based in Parainen, FINLAND.
Pumps with both vacuum and pressure up to 3 bar (43 PSI). Samson Pumps is the leading supplier of liquid ring pumps and system components for: Processing of live fish aboard trawlers and at seawater farms. Processing of fish produced for industry. Processing of fish waste. Processing of fish feed. Trimming of fish.
By Samson Pumps A/S based in Viborg, DENMARK.
Chlorine dioxide has a number of advantages over other biocides commonly used in the fish and fish processing industry. Chlorine dioxide in solution can be added to water/ice that is used in processing and packing any fish. The slow release of chlorine dioxide gas from the water onto the surface of fish as the ice melts helps to prevent spoilage and odors during transport. It maintains the microbial quality of water even in presence of high organic load, thereby impacting upon quality maintenance and substantial...
By Applied Oxidation LLC based in Chattanooga, TENNESSEE (USA).
Durable, reliable & easy to maintain
It is no secret that DESMI pumps are reliable, easy to maintain and durable (robust). That is why our pumps are well-suited to the sometimes harsh environment they are exposed to.
Pumps from DESMI have been used for fish farming for more than 30 years and our knowledge of materials for both fresh and seawater means that we are able to deliver highly efficient pumps which can help to reduce production costs throughout the process regardless...
By DESMI A/S based in Noerresundby, DENMARK.
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