Aquaculture net for fish cage

aquaculture net
aquaculture net
aquaculture net
aquaculture net
aquaculture net
aquaculture net
aquaculture net
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The highest quality nets safeguards your fish AKVA group offer several types of nets for your pens. Both traditional and proven fibre nets (mainly nylon) made by our subsidiary Egersund Net in Norway, as well as the innovative and promising non-fiber EcoNets (solid PET wire). The net is the only barrier keeping your valuable farmed fish inside the pen, it is the most critical piece of equipment on a pen farm. To prevent fish escapes and other fish losses, you should never compromize on quality. Only the highest quality and designs must be used, combined with Norwegian Standard (NS9415) design and dimensioning. In order to ensure correct net specifications for your farm site, documented site environmental loads from currents, waves and wind must be used for dimensioning and design. This must be followed by professional and systematic inspections, maintenance and testing throughout the life span of the net. The end result is a net you can trust, whether fiber or non-fiber materials. FIBRE NETS - EGERSUND NET HIGH QUALITY NETS FOR ALL PENS Egersund fibre nets are designed for a wide range of round and square pen sizes. These quality nets are based on years of experience with the safety of our customers at heart. NON-FIBRE NETS - ECONET WITHSTANDS ROUGH CONDITIONS The Polarcirkel EcoNets are made for rough, daily use, from very strong but light weight PET. VIRTUALLY ESCAPE PROOF The EcoNets are virtually escape proof, predator proof and are also often used as shark nets. The semi-rigid structure also keep the net shape intact to maximize water flow and oxygen to the fish.
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