Turnkey aquaculture systems for your high quality fish.
We have been cooperating with companies in the fish farm engineering sector for many years. We plan and build turnkey aquaculture facilities for the breeding and processing of high quality food fish, such as eel and sturgeon.
Our services in the field of aquaculture facilities range from the construction of the halls to the creation of the fish farming tanks, the technical areas with "white tubs", the administrative and social areas, the processing, hygiene, cold and deep-freeze rooms to the containers for the water treatment and outdoor facilities.
- Our aquaculture facilities are specialized facilities designed to support the cultivation and breeding of aquatic plants and animals. These plants can be used for a variety of purposes, including the production of seafood such as fish, shellfish, and seaweed, and the production of crops such as seaweed and other aquatic plants.
- In general, aquaculture facilities can be located on land or in water and typically consist of tanks, ponds or other enclosures in which the aquatic plants and animals can be bred and cared for. Aquaculture facilities not only provide a suitable environment for the plants and animals, but often also include equipment for feeding, monitoring and maintaining the health of the aquatic life within the facility.
- Aquaculture facilities play an important role in supporting the sustainable production of aquatic plants and animals that can help meet the growing demand for seafood and other aquatic products.
We are happy to create ideal framework conditions for the breeding of juvenile fish, the keeping and processing of fish ready for slaughter or for the production of caviar.
The built-over areas of fish farms amount to approximately 3,000 to 6,000 square metres per unit. The quantities of fillet of fish and fresh fish processed in these facilities range from 100 – 150 t per year for sturgeon, and approx. 5,000 – 8,000 kg per year for caviar.
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