Why intensive fish farming?Image

Production in closed water circuit - adding fresh water to 3% of the tank!

The optimal breeding conditions - 'feed rate' of 0.9!

Granulated food of EU production - feeding machine or by hand!

Available Options Report - 1t/year, 2t/year, 3t/year, 5t/year, 10t/year, 15t/year and more

The layout diagram of intensive fish farming

Intensive fish farming - a recirculation system as 8-10t/year

  • biostupně volume of ca 30 m3
  • secondary settlement tank volume ca 50 m3
  • breeding tank volume ca 60 m3
  • production 8-10t/year
  • the volume of fresh water ca 5%
  • Handle the production 8t/yearca 3 tons
  • oxygen ca 0.5 kg / h / t

Intensive fish farming STM ® system consists of a breeding tanks, wastewater biological treatment with a secondary settlement tank aerotorem. The water from the breeding tank, called "breeding" water flows with base network to the drain channel and further to the wastewater system STM ®. Here, the breeding water is biologically purified by a weir flows into the secondary settlement tank for sedimentation of the biomass. Biomass along with the return sludge is pumped back into the biological effluent.

The clarified water flows from the secondary settlement tank for oxygen enrichment in the oxidizer ev. directly to the breeding tank. The circuit is thus closed.

In the case of production of fingerlings and feed to the outdoor rearing is the radius of the breeding water and stick fry always separated from breeding fish market.

Appropriate types of fish - eel, trout, carp, tilapia and catfish

In the case of breeding thermophilic species of fish (tilapia, eel, sturgeon, catfish), the water circuit is provided breeding water heating. The line can thus be advantageously installed near a source of heat, optionally in combination with a heat pump or solar collectors.

Quality fish

Fish meat is easily digestible and rich in proteins. The taste is neutral fish meat and its flavor is intense breeding unchanged.

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