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Dissolved oxygen control system, University of Saskatchewan

Institution: University of Saskatchewan Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CANADA Contact: Dr. Monique Dube Habitat: Saltwater Type of rearing unit: DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONTROL SYSTEM FOR ECOTOXICOLOGICAL STUDIES   Unit description: Custom-designed unit with a vacuum column to strip oxygen out of effluent. Control precision of ± 0.1 mg/L DO; Four treatment conditions (oxygen concentration of 2, 3 and 4 mg/L) will be run simultaneously with 10 replicate tanks (9 liters / tank) for each treatment; The temperature of the water is controlled at 25ºC ± 1ºC with a titanium electrical heater; The water...

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Notice: JavaScript is required for this content. Passive control is done without the use of probes or electronic control. Maintaining pH via the dissolution of...

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Request a quote - Aquaculture Systems Note:  You are invited to fill the following questionnaire.  It will allow you to define the main features of your water re-circulation aquaculture system (RAS). Thank you! Définitions Passive control is done without the use of probes or electronic control. Maintaining pH via the dissolution of calcium rocks is an example of passive control. Static control: Implies a stable set point, actively maintained via a probe and electronic system.  The parameter reaches a set point at its maximum...

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Note:  A Multi-tank system is composed of five shelves filled with rearing tanks.  The fish tank rack is linked to a central REBF (water Recycling with Biofiltration) system.  As for the Multi-tressor units, advanced controls can be applied on a Multi-tank system.  These are: Passive control is done without the use of probes or electronic control. Maintaining pH via the dissolution of calcium rocks is an example of passive control. Static control: Implies a stable set point, actively maintained via a probe...