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Tag: aerators

May 21 2014

Use of impeller aerator in Chinese aquaculture

Credit: Khamis killei John (South Sudan) The impeller aerator shown in the photo is widely used in China; it has a strong capacity of adding oxygen to the surface and bottom waters. This type of aerator is used to aerate pond size 2-4 mu (1 ha = 15 mu) depending to stocking density of fish …

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Aug 22 2013

Historic development of Egyptian aquaculture (locally-made aerators)

The photo shows the first aerator unit introduced into Egyptian aquaculture during late 1990s. This single aerator was designed by the farm owner who is by nature a mechanical engineer whereas the manufacturing of this diesel-operator aerator was done in local workshop. Afterwards, the trade of imported aerators has flourished.

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Nov 28 2011

A typical semi-intensive shrimp farm in India

Credit : G. Venkata Raju (India) –  (gvraju_fisheries@yahoo.co.in). The shrimp farms are mostly square type and are well established with pumping system, monk type sluices, aerators, drainage system, etc to facilitate the semi-intensive farming. Note: We decided not to watermark the photos in order not to upset its  clarity. However, we trust you will notify us …

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Permanent link to this article: http://fishconsult.org/?p=1666

Nov 19 2011

General features of aquaculture dvelopment in Jordan

Credit: Ebraheem al Zubidue (Jordan) Water scarcity in Jordan necessitates the adoption of intensive aquaculture practices which  are carried out in cement or fiberglass tanks are used and whereas aeration using various types of aerators while liquid oxygen is used in a project.  Aquaculture production in Jordan (about 450 tons) is composed of tilapia and …

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