In order to dissolve oxygen into the water, we use technology proven to be reliable and energy-efficient. We recommend one oxygen saturator per tank for easy regulation and monitoring of dissolved oxygen levels.
Gas-X is a ceramic diffusor for dissolving gasses into water. The ceramic elements are mounted in a solid aluminum caste that is anodized for seawater, and are special made for use in landbased fish farming. Gas-X has a low back pressure ...
Pressure: 1 bar
NetOx Net is a diffuser grid that supplies oxygen to fish pens; to reduce stress, improve feed utilization and growth during low oxygen levels. NetOx is the most widely used diffuser hose for emergency oxygenation in Norwegian fish farming. NeOx ...
... allows the complete and uniform distribution of all the nutrients and oxygen over the entire volume of water. In aquaculture, this minimizes the mortality of plankton and monitors the occurrence of algal blooms. ...
... of marine products. A homogeneous volume of water in temperature and oxygen is created, thus enabling the storage of all aquaculture products.
floating compact enrichment system pioneering technology safe operation / maintenance free motor located above the water surface low energy costs - very effective clogging free available in two size 0.37 and 0.55 kW
SOLVOX® C is a pressure dissolver for fresh and sea water. Designed to increase the concentration of oxygen in water, it is made from corrosion-resistant glass-fibre-reinforced plastic (GRP) with high-quality stainless steel fittings. ...
Pressure: 1, 1.3, 0.7 bar
Output: 10 l/s - 375 l/s
Lifting height: 1,900 mm - 2,900 mm
Closed cylindrical oxygenator, working at low pressure, treating water flows from 10 to 375 l/s, and able to dissolve until 400% of the saturation, with a pressure of 0,65 bar. Made in Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP)
Roots Blower is used in aquaculture on the working principle of blowing the oxygen into the water. Roots blower uses the high pressure to transport the oxygen so that aqua animal can get enough oxygen they needed. It ...