Sunday, April 8, 2018

09/04/2018: Top aquaculture technology

Water filtration, movement and cleansing With a specific focus this edition on water and how the aquaculture industry can efficiently and economically process and handle it before, during and after their operations, we take a look at a number of technologies from the World Aquaculture Society hosted event, Aquaculture America 2018. 

 
Hydroburst
Image credit: Aqua Hill Aeration
HydroBurst IT CC960 & HydroSteam IT HH 223
HydroStream and HydroBurst, the patented airlift devices developed and manufactured by Aqua Hill Aeration Inc., have revolutionised airlift technology for use in RAS systems, ponds, hydroponics, aquaponics, and waste water treatment. We offer five different units to meet your various need: both in-tank, dry land and floating.

Without the use of pumps or impellers, Aqua Hill Aeration’s devices allow for the movement of water with high volume lift and aeration at a low cost. With no moving parts, these devices are non-clogging and require virtually no maintenance. forward from the trickling filter for both wastewater management and aquaculture, the Modular RBC improves almost every functional facet of the filtration process.

www.aquahillaeration.com
 
Atlantis Cage Rack Washer
Image credit: Techniplast

Atlantis: Aquatic tanks and accessories large size washer
No need for manual scrubbing or pre-treatment thanks to Atlantis, effective algae and biofilm removal. Perfect results are ensured through an engineered cycle composed by pressure, accurate coverage, detergents mix and multiple rinses. With a high loading capacity of up to 184 tanks/per (1.1L), the machine also has maximum flexibility with presentation racks and crates specifically designed to process all aquatic items.

Full process control and automatic detergent management via three on-board dosage pumps and validated pre-set cycles.

www.techniplast.it

Modular Rotating Biological Contactor (RBC)
By Advanced Aquacultural Technologies, a new spin on filtration, the Modular Rotating Biological Contactor (RBC) is flexible enough to adapt to the size of an instillation, yet at the same time, more energy efficient—all this while providing more contact time between the bacteria and water, producing cleaner more oxygenated water.

The next natural step forward from the trickling filter for both wastewater management and aquaculture, the Modular RBC improves almost every functional facet of the filtration process.

www.advancedaquaculturaltechnologies.com

View the full technology showcase, HERE.

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