Author - Pierre Bertrand

Cap Dauphin Fishermen’s Cooperative Testimonies

Cap Dauphin Fishermen’s Cooperative Testimonies At Fisherman Coop Cap Dauphin preserving the quality of our lobster has been our top priority.  Since we have had an increase in membership over the past few years, it became  necessary to seek out way to have more storage space to accomodate the increase in our product. Since we did not want to invest into a new building. We strat looking for a company experienced in custom building/renovating existing lobster ponds.  I can readily say [...]

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Video by Cap Dauphin Fishermen’s Cooperative

Video by Cap Dauphin Fishermen’s Cooperative Cap Dauphin Fishermen’s Cooperative has been supplying Canada and the Eastern Seaboard of the United States with live lobsters of the highest quality for more than 25 years. At Cap Dauphin Fishermen’s Cooperative we understand that our clients want the best and the freshest products. As such, we work with state-of the-art equipment, from aquariums on each fishing vessel to a sophisticated irrigation system to oxygenate and refrigerate our live lobster pounds in order to obtain this [...]

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UQTR – AQUATIC ECOLOGY LABORATORY

UQTR – AQUATIC ECOLOGY LABORATORY Location: Trois-Rivières, Québec, CANADA Contact: Hélène Glément, Ph.D. Laboratory name: AQUATIC ECOLOGY LABORATORY Habitat: Freshwater Water temperature: 5° to 25° C Number of REBF systems: 6 Type of rearing units: Incubation Krescel tanks for larval rearing, multi-purpose research unit, quarantine unit, astral photoperiodic control, advanced control & monitoring % water recycling: 99.9% flow Mandate: Conception, fabrication, installation, commissioning, training        UQTR – AQUATIC ECOLOGY LABORATORY Six Water Recirculation Modules with Bio-Filtration (REBF) each having their control and monitoring unit. REBF systems recirculate water up to 99.9% of flow.  Aquanit Trickling Biofilters self-cleaning biological filters are inoculated with freshwater nitrifying bacteria prior [...]

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Université de Moncton – MARINE LABORATORY

Université de Moncton – MARINE LABORATORY Université de Moncton Location: Contact: Gilles Miron, Ph.D. Laboratory name: Université de Moncton – MARINE LABORATORY Habitat: Marine Water temperature 5° to 25° C Number of REBF systems 5 Type of rearing tanks Circular, Krescel, aquariums, raceways Pourcentage de recirculation: 99.9% Mandate Laboratory conception Space optimisation Seawater making and storage REBF systems design Electronic controlsPhotoperiod control Individually cooled and filtered aquariums REBF system fabricationInstallation CommissioningTraining      Université de Moncton – MARINE LABORATORY Each of the 12 aquarium units consists of an insulated acrylic basin with a capacity of 75 liters, a filtration system and a thermal control. The filtration system consists [...]

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University of Alberta – MULTI-PURPOSE AQUATIC LABORATORY

University of Alberta – MULTI-PURPOSE AQUATIC LABORATORY Institution: Location: Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA Contact: Donald McKay, Ph.D Laboratory name: MULTI-PURPOSE AQUATIC LABORATORY Habitat Fresh and seawater Water temperature 5°to 30° C Number of REBF systems 7 Type of rearing tanks Krescel Plus, Swedish, aquariums, wet trays % water recycling 99.9%; Mandate Aquatic laboratory renovation Planning Analysis of existing installations Space and requirement analysis Conception of recirculation systems Cost evaluation Biocontainment rooms Marine room Oxygenation Controls      University of Alberta – MULTI-PURPOSE AQUATIC LABORATORY The approach used by the consultants for this mandate was to first assess the actual facility.  This included investigating the quality and quantity of the water available to [...]

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