Aquatic habitats require the regular disinfection of circulated water. Unlike other disinfectants, ozone doesn’t create harmful byproducts or chemical residues. Aquaculture can live longer and be healthier when exposed to ozone.
Fish diseases can be prevented and eliminated with ozone disinfection in aquaculture systems. Water disinfected with ozone will have more dissolved oxygen because ozone oxidizes organic pollutants. Fish farming is a fundamental requirement for intensive water quality, which is ensured by this process. As well as large holding tanks and nurseries, ozone systems are easily adapted to smaller holding tanks and nurseries as well. Reducing mortality rates and increasing the yield of healthier products are two benefits of improved water quality.
In addition, fewer chemical additives are used for water treatment and vaccines and antibiotics.
Aquaculture systems that incorporate ozone and recirculating water can benefit from better site selection, reduced water usage, a reduction in waterborne disease levels, and substantially improved water quality.
The presence of ozone contributes to the reduction of Total Suspended Solids (TSS) and Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC), as well as regulating Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD)/Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD). Taking these factors into account decreases in effluent volumes, stronger environmental standards, and higher productivity are the inevitable results. After losing the ability to oxidize, ozone has only a remaining residual time of 20-25 minutes, during which it again turns into oxygen.
Aquaculture and Aqua farming can be improved by using the our ozone generator with Oxygen Concentrator to eliminate the following key problems:
- The requirement to maintain adequate levels of dissolved oxygen (D.O)
- Diseases and infections
- Water quality should be maintained
- Consumables, chemicals and aeration cost a lot
How Does Ozone Generator Work in Aquaculture?
A venturi nozzle is used in ponds and tanks to inject oxygen into water under pressure. After being saturated with oxygen, the water is then distributed along the bottom surface of the tank through high velocity mixing.
A dissolved oxygen (DO) analyzer and probe can be used to control the oxygen flow rate manually or automatically. The oxygen system can be automatically turned on or off by ‘closing the loop’ with a signal received from the DO meter. The gaseous oxygen dissolved in the water is directly absorbed by the fish’s gills and skin for respiration. It is believed that stable growth in fish requires a DO concentration of 5 or 6 parts per million (ppm) or 70 percent saturation.
Aquaculture facilities like trout, striped bass, tilapia, and shrimp raise a variety of fish, including trout, striped bass, and tilapia. Ozongenerator has extensive experience in oxygen supply to aquaculture facilities. Your oxygen system can be designed to meet your specific needs based on an assessment of your facility’s operating needs.
Aquaculture and fish farming can benefit from the use of ozone as a disinfectant instead of chemicals containing chlorine. Ozone is a highly effective water treatment agent because it will dramatically improve the water’s environment. It will break down chlorinated byproducts that have already formed. Typically, fish farming involves raising fish in enclosures or tanks for commercial purposes. As the world’s fish demand grows, fish hatcheries and farms play an increasingly important role.
Fish farms must be able to supply this demand by farming more fish in smaller tanks and fewer ponds. Accordingly, as fish density increases, so does the potential for infection by waterborne bacteria and viruses. The problems with aquaculture caused some operators to use strong antibiotics to maintain the fish. These drugs have sometimes gotten into the environment as a result.
Even so, many of these fish farming operators are still using antibiotics, which is harmful to human and animal health. Aquaculture can only be disinfected with ozone since no residue is left behind.
- Ozone (O3) is a very effective disinfectant that can be substituted for chlorine and bromine in aquaculture / fish farming.
- Utilizing ozone as a water treatment agent has the advantage of dramatically increasing the water environment as compared to other treatment agents.
- As a result of using ozone, chloramines and trihalomethanes that contain chlorine and bromine will not form in the environment.
- As a result of using ozone, chlorinated byproducts will be broken down.
Aquaculture refers to the process of cultivating fish for food in tanks or enclosures for sale. Providing the world’s demand for fish is increasingly dependent on fish hatcheries & fish farms. If fish farms are to be able to meet this demand effectively, they must practice intensive farming techniques that allow them to farm more fish in the same or smaller tanks. Water-borne bacteria and viruses pose a risk to fish as their density grows.
Some aquaculture operators, in order to keep their fish alive, use strong antibiotic medications (even though a high percentage of their fish still die prematurely). Sometimes, these drugs have entered the environment.
Additionally, it is controversial whether these drugs can be found in human food products. In most fish farming operations, antibiotics are still used, and many of them are deemed hazardous to human health and to fish farming. To kill bacteria and viruses in aquaculture, ozone is the ideal disinfectant
The Ozongenerator Aquaculture solution is exactly what you’re looking for. Our ozone generators and accessories come in a variety of capacities which allow you to select the best according to your needs. You can go through different ozone generator options here.
Besides the quality of our products, we also have extensive experience in aquaculture application as our products are exported worldwide.