Here are some of our projects, customers and partners. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our projects, or did not find description of the project you are looking.

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Akvafarm

Akvafarm has been producing smolt since 1985. They recently installed a CO2 degasser, and thanks to GasBuster they are sustaining their level of production on half the amount of water consumption rate. The GasBuster was chosen because of the simplicity, the reliability and the automatic cleansing.

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Helgeland smolt

One of the worlds largest production facility for smolt, Helgeland Smolt in Nordland/Norway, has chosen the KUBEhatch as their water treatment system for the hatchery. KUBEhatch is a self-operating, plug- in recycling plant that is compact, efficient and very stable. The supply consisted of the KUBEhatch 15 000 with 15 CompHatch hatching closets, which provides a capacity of more than five million eggs per batch.

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Sisomar AS

Sisomar installed a new hatchery with 13 CompHatch hatching systems and a work lift ultimo 2014, which has lead to increased turnover in the first feeding units. The facility is thereby much better utilized, with a large amount of eggs on a small footprint area. Sisomar has so far not increased their production, but the flow in the facility has improved, which leads to fewer working hours and simplified operations.

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Vartdal Fiskeanlegg AS

Vartdal Fiskeoppdrett has bought eight large GasBuster CO2– aerators to their new post smolt facility. The delivery includes 2 ex of GB-20.01 aerators for a 28-meter tank. 4 ex of GB-10.01 to their 14 meters and 2 ex of GB12.5-03 as aeration for incoming seawater. Start-up is scheduled to winter 2016.

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Tassal Group Limited

Tassal Group chose CompHatch due to its small footprint relative to the amount of eggs it could incubate. Another important factor was the fact that each tray has its own separate water supply, which allows picking dead eggs and alevins without losing water exchange. Tassal Group reports that the system works very well, and that the alevins benefit from the well-designed substrate that they fall into on hatching.

Tassal Group currently have 20 CompHatch units installed at Rookwood Road Hatchery and 9 units at Russel Falls Hatchery in Tasmania.

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Firda Settefisk AS

Firda Settefisk has purchased 21 GasBuster CO2 aerators for their two facilities in Botnane and Nordalsfjord. Per April 2016 six of them have been installed, which has improved the current in the tanks in question. The new system ensures 70 – 80 percent removal efficiency of CO2. In comparison, the old system only removed between 25 and 30 % of the CO2. The amount of water spent is also reduced. Since the GasBuster has an automatic cleaning system this almost eliminates the labor cost for operation management and maintenance. These are the main reasons why Firda Settefisk will make use of this water treatment technology at all their facilities.

Specifications:

Botnane: Five GB2.5-01 for 8 meter diameter tanks. Two GB 20-03 each for sharing between two 15m diameter tanks. Two GB 10-03 for individual aeration on two 15meter diameter tanks.

Norddalsfjord: Ten GB 2.5-01 for individual aeration in 8 meter diameter tanks. Three GB 20-03 each for sharing between two 15meter diameter tanks.

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Lerøy Midt AS dep. Kvernviklaks

Lerøy AS dept. Kvernviklaks have installed 4 pcs GasBuster 5-03 CO2 – aerators for indoor use. Each GasBuster aerate water for 2 pieces Ø 8-meter tanks.

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Marine Harvest Norway AS dep. Steinsvik

The recycling system KUBEhatch 12 000 allows Marine Harvest in Steinsvik to regulate the hatching process by planning the temperature regime. The system may be set as low as 2 degrees Celsius, and this increases the flexibility at Marine Harvest. They can now decide when they want the hatching period; by decreasing temperature the process slows down; if they increase the temperature the hatching comes earlier.

The recycling system has a capacity of 3,6 million eggs per batch.