AquaLifeNet technology uses state-of-the-art water biological filtration systems to significantly reduce the ammonia levels in fish ponds.
Traditional Recirculatory Aquaculture Systems (RAS) and water treatment systems are usually expensive and complex, incurring high maintenance and energy costs. By contrast, the technology used by AquaLifeNet is inexpensive and requires low energy inputs, little space, and reduced quantities of water to produce powerful results. Its efficiency lies in its ability to grow more fish, in less space, using fewer resources, and allowing farmers to reap the financial rewards quicker. It is simple to install and use, making the technology and its benefits accessible to any farmer.
The Biofishency water filtering system makes sustainable water treatment possible for widespread use in land-based aquaculture. The system filters the water through a biological filter and recycles it back to the pond. Water is pumped to the top of the filter, allowing it to filter downwards. As it does so, it is oxygenated and enriched with O2, and cleansed of ammonia, nitrite and CO2. This enhances the water quality and enables fish to grow and feed in optimal water conditions.
In farms where the Biofishency system is used, fish yields are doubled and water wastage is cut by 85%.
The AquaLifeNet biofiltration system can be installed quickly and easily, either to upgrade existing farms or to custom-fit newly built facilities. As a low cost recirculation system, it can be incorporated into any existing RAS system. It has been tried and tested in many countries and shown to increase fish production and reduce water usage in intensive farming environments. Consequently the investment risk is low, with considerable potential for immediate returns.