Discussion created on 04/07/2015

Generating and maintaining Dissolved Oxygen

Hi, I have a small catfish farm using 30 pieces, 3000 liters tanks. I dont do recirculatry. I change the water every two days. I want to improve the dissolved oxygen so that the fish will be very healthy and digest food fast to enhance rapid fattening. I have heard of oxygen and ozone generators. Are they applied for this purpose? I also saw solar aerator using a tube and stone, is it effective or i should just stick to the changing of water?

Thanks, Michael

MICHAEL
Agriculturist
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April 7, 2015

How do you empty and fill the tanks?

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Gail Pedra Gail Pedra
Horse breeder
May 5, 2015
http://www.ozomax.com/Product-Applications/aquaculture.html
http://www.ozonesolutions.com/info/ozone-and-aquaculture

Hi I have attached 2 links for you.

Ozone is your best option as not only will it originate your water, it will keep the water free of harmful bacteria . Read and enjoy. Ozone is an initial capital outlay, here after its the cost of power.

I have worked with ozone and horses for years (2006 started) and every day ozone I learn and experience more of its incredible power.
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G P G P
General Manager
March 21, 2016
We have been utilising ozone and also microbubble oxygenation in australia for improving water quality in agricultural applications for many years.
The benefit of microbubble technology is the increased contact time of the dissolved gas.
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