Aquaculture quickly warming to the benefits of nanobubbles


Offering more productivity at less cost, the technology is a good fit for an industry that’s increasingly turning to more intensive systems

In aquaculture, water quality is paramount. No matter the aquatic species being produced and the farming system that it’s occupying, from hatchery through to final grow-out, water quality is among the most determining factors when it comes to productivity, cost-effectiveness, yield and end-product value. 

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