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Press Releases from Fischtechnik International Engineering GmbH (5 total)

Fischtechnik International Engineering to exhibit at Aqua Nor 2009

6 August 2009 – Recirculating aquaculture system technology for turnkey fish farms and individual projects will be the main focus of Fischtechnik International Engineering GmbH’s stand at Aqua Nor 2009 from 18 to 21 August in Trondheim, Norway. Fischtechnik will also be presenting its renowned fish grading machines, systems for filtration, water disinfection and oxygenation, plus measurement and control technology. The company’s product and project development specialists will be

Water-saving recirculating system by Fischtechnik International Engineering equi …

23 July 2009 – Following a three-month planning and construction phase, Fischtechnik International Engineering GmbH has successfully completed the conversion of the research system at the Centre for Fish and Wildlife Health FIWI in the Vetsuisse Faculty of the University of Berne, Switzerland. A 90% reduction in water consumption, better monitoring of research parameters and the incorporation of new and existing components while making optimum use of the space available

Fischtechnik International Engineering grading machines perform successfully wit …

19 December 2008 – African catfish are a popular aquaculture species, but until now they have been difficult to grade automatically. Fischtechnik International Engineering GmbH (FTIE) has recently conducted a successful grading trial for African catfish and can now recommend its own grading machines for use with the species. African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) are robust, grow rapidly and have modest requirements concerning protein levels in feed or water quality. In particular

Fischtechnik International Engineering to use geothermal energy for Swiss aquacu …

2 December 2008 – From June 2009 the Swiss will be able to look forward to European perch from a new domestic production source. Fischtechnik International Engineering GmbH (FTIE) is currently building a recirculating aquaculture system in Raron in the Swiss canton of Valais. In future, 300 tonnes a year of this popular fish, known in Switzerland as Egli, will be produced and processed at the site. But what makes

Fischtechnik International Engineering to exhibit technology for recirculating a …

31 October 2008 – Recirculating aquaculture systems that enable intensive fish production at low levels of water consumption are the chief focus of Fischtechnik International Engineering GmbH’s presentation at EuroTier 2008 from 11 to 14. November in Hannover, Germany. Sustainable fish farming as a supplement to natural resources is playing a more and more important role when it comes to meeting the increasing demand for fish worldwide. Experts confirm that recirculating

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