Projects completed

Over the past 5 years Technolab have designed, documented, supplied and installed over 40 OxyGuard Pacific Systems in Australia, New Zealand, China, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Pacific Islands.  The following are some of our larger and interesting systems for clients:

Geraldton Fishermans Co-Op (GFC) – Welshpool WA (2017)

Crayfish Holding Facility comprising of 3 saltwater RAS systems.  Monitoring DO, pH, Redox, Salinity and Total Gas Pressure across 21 raceways.  Full control and monitoring of return, tank blower and bioreactor operating pressures and duty/standby management.  Level and flow alarms across all systems.

Overview of facility from viewing platform

With Industry Partner – Fresh By Design – Tasmanian Eel Company – Bagdad TAS – (2016)

RAS grow out system for wild caught Tasmanian Eels (20 Tanks) DO, temp, O2 control and Emergency O2.  Sump system measuring DO, pH, Redox and CO2.  Dosing for pH and Redox.

 

With industry Partner  – Radaqua – Abu Dhabi – UAE – (2016) 

100 tonne RAS grow out facility with quarantine system (12 tanks), 26 grow out tanks for DO, temp, level, O2 control and automatic feeding system, water quality and pump control in RAS sump.

 

With industry Partner  – Radaqua – Quan-Ying Aquaculture, Fujian Province, China (2015/16)

100 tonne quarantine system with 33 measurement points for dissolved oxygen and temperature and other control and alarm points plus full control of the RAS sump etc – also a 500 tonne juvenile system with 72 measurement points for dissolved oxygen and temperature and other control and alarm points plus full control of the RAS sump etc.

   

Tassal – Russell Falls Hatchery – Tasmania (2005 – extended 2016)

This is a flow through aquaculture system for Salmon.  Over 36 measurement points for dissolved oxygen and temperature and other control and alarm points.

Pre-treatment of water (ozone) for new incubator facility

University of Tasmania – IMAS – Experimental Aquaculture Facility – Tasmania (2015)

Three systems built for research into the Salmon Industry controlling all environmental parameters, light and feeding.  With over 50 measuring points this system offers researchers full control of their experiments.

   

Petuna Aquaculture – Cressy Hatchery – Tasmania (1998 – extended 2016 and 2014)

Two systems, one recirculation system commissioned on behalf of AKVA group and a flow through system for Salmon and Trout – over 70 measurement points for dissolved oxygen and temperature and many other control and alarm points.

University of Tasmania – IMAS – Tasmania (2010 – extended in 2015)

This research system has 8 areas of research activity with measurement points for dissolved oxygen and temperature and other control and alarm points in each area.  We also fully control the WWTP for the correct disposal of research effluent.

Department of Economic Development – Snobs Creek Facility – Victoria (2009)

This native fish restocking facility has about 20 measurement points for dissolved oxygen and temperature and other control and alarm points plus full control of the RAS sump etc.

Monash University – ARMI – Victoria (2010 – upgraded in 2013)

This is an aquarium system with over 6500 small tanks over 3 different fish species used for medical research purposes.  5 separate RAS systems are controlled by the Commander system.

   

Clean Seas Tuna – Arno Bay and Port Lincoln South Australia (2010 – 2015)

Clean Seas had 4 individual Commander systems for Tuna and Yellow Kingfish for both flow through and RAS systems.  They have now consolidated the systems into 2 focusing only on Yellow Kingfish.

New Zealand King Salmon – Christchurch New Zealand (2011)

This is a flow through aquaculture system for Salmon.  Over 40 measurement points for dissolved oxygen and temperature and other control and alarm points.

Darwin Aquaculture Centre – Channel Island – Northern Territory (2002 – extended 2011)

This native fish restocking facility has about 20 measurement points for dissolved oxygen and temperature and other control and alarm points.