Hatchery Products and Services
Cooperation between the Natural Resources Institute Finland and IT company Vatjus-Micro Ltd has produced a real-time broodstock management application that they claim is both cost- and time-effective.
AquaGen recently reported that it has opened a Scottish office at Stirling University Innovation Park. The opening marks a strengthening of the market efforts and technical support for its customers in Scotland and Ireland.

A new optical oxygen sensor produced by Czech manufacturer GRYF HB is now available. According to the manufacturer, the XB4-S Optical oxygen sensor is capable of operating in both salt and fresh water conditions and is designed to be coupled with GRYF HB’s XBase System of industrial, laboratory and portable quality measuring and control systems. It can be retro-fitted to most of the existing systems with no further modifications.

'h'-unit™ is a natural, environmentally sensitive water aeration system capable of restoring the healthy balance of active bacteria in your water while eliminating organic pollutants.

Permalon® is a non-toxic polyethylene membrane ideal for lining ponds, lagoons, tanks, raceways or other facilities where water management is an investment. This alloyed product is specifically engineered to resist punctures and tears to help minimize water loss and land deterioration. Reef Industries’ liners are available in heavy-duty, internally reinforced constructions and are available in 20 mil and 30 mil thicknesses constructed to suit an array of environments.

With an Argus system, hatchery managers are able to operate their entire facility as a single entity, with seamless integration of all their equipment systems and processes. Extensive central management capabilities ensure optimum operating efficiency and precision integration of critical parameters such as oxygen saturation, water quality and flow management.

The “BioScribe” is a portable electronic device that has been developed in New Zealand for the purpose of recording statistical information about fish stocks and populations. The information typically collected with the BioScribe includes the length, sex, weight and species of fish being assessed. The BioScribe is also able to read miniature radio frequency identification (RFID) or PIT tags that are embedded in the fish or externally tagged.

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