BioFishency’s cost-effective, all-in-one water treatment system for land-based aquaculture is a fraction of the cost of high-end water treatment systems.
The system requires minimal infrastructure and expertise. It enhances water conditions, enabling more feed for increasing fish production with minimal investment.
- 95% reduction in water use (intensive tanks)
- 2-5 fold increase in yields (extensive ponds)
- 2x nitrification (ammonia removal) for improved water quality
- Relatively low energy consumption
- Easy to install (plug-and-play installation); no special infrastructure required
- Small footprint, low maintenance
The proprietary substrate used in the system can be sold as a stand-alone product for a range of water treatment applications.
In 2018, BioFishency will begin testing eFishe, an electrochemical-based technology for a new product line of filtration systems. The first application of eFishe will involve transporting live fish/crustaceans. The advantages of this new technology —
- Overcomes many disadvantages of current recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS)
- Suitable for warm or cold water; freshwater or seawater
- Produces by-product that disinfects the water
- Quick on/off
- BioFishency aquaculture system in operation at the Company’s pilot site.
- The BioFishency aquaculture system in operation at the Company’s pilot site.
Installations: BioFishency units operational in China, Indonesia, Congo, Bangladesh, India, Singapore, Israel, and others
Distribution agreements: Bangladesh, India, Taiwan, China; cooperation with several strategic partners
- November 2018: 1st place, Fishtech, China
- April 2018: Completed $800,000 in sales in Q1 2018
- Signed term sheet to raise $1.5 million from a strategic and private investor
- Signed term sheet with the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology to license a new technology that will enable growing fish in any temperature (cold, warm) and water type (fresh, sea); will significantly improve the traditional recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS); first application will be for the transportation of live fish, with the potential for increasing the number of fish and enabling longer transport periods