BioFishency Taps into the Shellfish Market

BioFishency filter Taiwan

The BioFishency water treatment filter installed at the Taiwan pond.

In recent months, BioFishency completed numerous installations in Africa, Asia, and Israel. Most of the installations were for ponds growing different types of fish such as catfish and bass. The BioFishency system is also suitable for shellfish growers. A recent installation in Bali, Indonesia, was for a shrimp farm.

In May 2017, BioFishency installed another water treatment system (the SPB30) on an aquaculture farm in Linbian, near Pintuan, Taiwan – known for its seafood restaurants –  hence the importance of shellfish farming in the area.

This installation was in cooperation with the Agritech Asia Company, which specializes in the import of advanced aquaculture and agricultural technologies from Europe and Israel. The farm consists of a 1000 m3 pond containing 230,000 one month old Vanamei prawns. The pond has two modern aerators and minimum water exchange.

BioFishency plans to expand its installations in the lucrative shellfish market in additional locations.

BioFishency installation - Taiwan

Successful completion of BioFishency installation in aquaculture facility in Taiwan.

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