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How to Keep Your RAS System Running Smoothly for Optimal Production


By Greg Beckman, Vice President and Senior RAS Designer Constance Beaulaton, Sales Manager Land-based Aquaculture Rick Jones, Aquaculture Engineer

How to Keep Your RAS System Running Smoothly for Optimal Production

 

Speakers:
Greg Beckman, Vice President and Senior RAS Designer Constance Beaulaton, Sales Manager Land-based Aquaculture
Rick Jones, Aquaculture Engineer


RAS is getting a lot of buzz right now and recirculating aquaculture systems can offer enormous benefits for hatcheries and nurseries.

But in talking to our customers, we hear time and time again that getting a system dialed in and operating at peak efficiency can be tricky.

Watch our on-demand webinar where we answer the most pressing questions about RAS systems so you can keep your system in peak operating condition and maximize fish performance.

Here’s a play-by-play so you don’t miss the content that’s most relevant for you:

1:16 – For people who are just getting started with RAS, what are some of the most common mistakes that you see?

4:20 – How can I deal with a disease outbreak within a RAS system?

9:59 – What’s the best way to deal with captured solids?

14:41 – What’s the proper way to seed a biofilter?

20:30 – What’s the best way to maintain a RAS system that’s not in use?

21:36 – How often should pumps be rotated out of service so they can be serviced?

27:10 – Where is the best place to add oxygen to a RAS system?

31:43 – What type of UV treatment would you recommend?

35:45 – What dose should I set my UV at? And does the dose change for freshwater or saltwater?

40:38 – How do you design and/or maintain a RAS system to minimize off-flavor?

If you have a question about managing or maintaining your RAS system, contact Innovasea at www.innovasea.com/land-based-aquaculture/ras-design/.


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