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BioFishency SPB™

Sustainable, single-pass water biofiltering systems

A highly-efficient Full Water Treatment (FWT) system based on proprietary technology, BioFishency SPB™, (Single-Pass Biofilter), is an innovative, all-in-one, plug and play biological filter for ammonia removal. Ideal for use with sea and fresh hot water species, BioFishency SPB is designed for existing and new RAS developments with water restrictions or to increase productivity with minimal investment.

Highly-efficient, BioFishency SPB supports comprehensive ammonia, CO2, and solids removal, in addition to enriching 02 throughout the process. Easy to install and operate, BioFishency SPB seamlessly converts a flow through set up into a RAS system. Eco-friendly, BioFishency SPB uses only 20% of the water required and delivers higher quality of discharged water, with an exceptionally small carbon footprint.

 

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The 4-Element

SPB Water

Treatment Process

1
Solids removal
2
CO2 removal and Atmospheric O2 enrichment
3
Total Ammonia Nitrogen (TAN) removal, utilizing a proprietary substrate with high nitrification rate
4
Specially designed and coated biomedia (filtering beds) with a huge surface area (3,900m2/m3) that uses trickling filters

spb water treatment system

advantages

Pazzel
Easy, plug-and-play installation
Wheel
Low maintenance
Can be used to upgrade existing infrastructure or new RAS project
Sustainability
Increases sustainability for a variety of aquaculture systems and methods (extensive, intensive, recirculating)
Energy
Relatively low-energy consumption and small footprint
Bulb
Small investment; short payback period especially compared to other products and systems

INVESTORS

trendlines
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The Trendlines Group
http://www.trendlines.com/
An innovation commercialization company that invents, discovers, invests in, and incubates innovation-based medical and agricultural technologies to fulfil its mission to enhance the human condition. Intensely hands-on investors, Trendlines is involved in all aspects of its portfolio companies, from technology development to business building. Trendlines is traded on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX: 42T), and in the US, as an American Depositary Receipt (ADR) on OTCQX International (OTCQX: TRNLY).
AQUA LOGO
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As a global investment fund based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, Aqua-Spark invests in sustainable aquaculture companies to generate return on investment, and foster a positive social and environmental impact. Funding supports small to mid-size organizations that are working towards the delivery of safe, accessible aquatic life, including fish, shellfish, and plants via sustainable processes.
zemach
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Zemach Feed Mill is one of the largest animal feed producers in Israel, with an annual production of over 250 K MT. Established over 50 years ago, the company is the most diverse feed company in Israel, producing feed products for a variety of animals, including broilers, turkeys, layers, cows and sheep (dairy and meat), fish, and household pets.
rdg
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As the largest mariculture company in Israel, Ardag grows fish from brood stock, through fingerlings and farming, to wholesale, at its fish farms in Ashdod and Michmoret, and its commercial hatchery in Eilat. Producing several species of marine fish, Ardag boasts a genetic program for seabream, and promotes innovation in the domestication of marine species. Ardag co-owns Israel’s Caviar Galilee farm that exports the globally-acclaimed Karat Caviar brand.
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Founded in Haifa, Israel, in 1901, The Technion is a science and technology research university, among the world’s top ten, dedicated to the creation of knowledge and the development of human capital and leadership. Technion graduates, researchers, professors, and students have played pivotal roles in the enrichment of knowledge and the human condition on both local and global scales, accounting for more than 50% of the startup founders in Israel’s wildly successful high-tech sector, and at least 50% of the nation’s engineers.