BioFishency installation on a farm for ornamental fish, in Kibbutz Hazorea in Israel.
Fish farmers are turning to automated pond management systems to improve efficiency and profitability.The In-Situ* aquaculture system includes aeration controllers and wireless, solar-powered dissolved oxygen (DO) monitoring buoys.The In-Situ aquaculture system reduces energy expenses and operating costs while automating DO management on your fish farm. The system continuously monitors pond oxygen levels and automatically runs aerators only when necessary.
On May 2017 BioFishency has installed biofiltration units on existing 100 cubic meters concrete fish ponds.At two different farms located in the Palestinian authority near the city of Jenin. The installation designed for growing Bass and Tilapia, and for irrigating strawberry greenhouses and orchards, with the excess water.
On May 2017 BioFishency has installed three of her SPB30 systems on a farm fish located in Zhuhai, and one SPB30 system on another farm fish located in Hainan, China.
We have completed our installation in Kibbutz Lohamei Hageta`ot in Israel on February 2017. This installation below is represents the first Mini RAS system installed in a commercial fish farm in Israel. According to BioFishency CTO Igal Magen, "the 400 m3 facility is using our largest model water treatment system, the SPB 60, to grow hybrid striped bass."
The First BioFishency Mini RAS was installed on May 2016 at Sultan Fish Farm, North India. The system can grow up to 12 tons Barramundi per year. The Mini RAS includes the inovative BioFishency water treatment system and 6 fish tanks.