Accurately count and size shrimp post-larvae using the shrimp post-larvae application on the XperCount.
By XpertSea Solutions Inc based in Quebec, QUEBEC (CANADA).
MPC Containment’s Aquaculture/Hatchery Liners allow for a controlled environment to minimize disease. The liner must not emit any harmful chemicals and in many cases, it must confirm to FDA or other stringent requirements and regulations. The liner must have excellent puncture and tear resistance. The liner must be fabricated and installed so that it is watertight as preventing seepage can be a major cost savings. MPC recommends Reinforced Polypropylene or PetroGard™ VI for these applications as they meet the criteria listed above.
By MPC Containment based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA).
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.
Intensive use of extractive fishing is threatening important species and forces governments to impose temporary stoppages whilst the profitability of fishing fleets is decreasing and ship-owners are seeing their livelihoods threatened.
As a result of this and in order to satisfy the continually growing demand for fish to feed the world’s population, it has been necessary to breed different types of fish, crustaceans and molluscs in fish farms.
Fish larvae feed on multicellular microorganisms -Rotifera and Artemia-, which in turn require a balanced and natural feeding on microalgae. This is the only way to achieve healthy farmed fish which compare favourably with those found in the wild.
By AlgaEnergy, S.A. based in Alcobendas, SPAIN.
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