FISH FARMING TECHNOLOGY
Innovation and service to the global aquaculture sector
usion Marine Ltd is a leading supplier of equipment for the aquaculture sector, with a particular focus on robust and versatile fish farm pens manufactured from tough polyethylene and available in a variety of different formats and specifications. The company’s range of fish farm pens have been successfully installed in some of the harshest marine environments in the world and are suitable for a wide range of species including salmon, bream, bass, tuna, trout and many others.
friendly solution by using the material from old pens to manufacture new systems incorporating the latest designs and technologies. Fusion Marine is continually investing in new technology to ensure it stays ahead of the field. Their expertise in plastics technology has enabled the diversification of its product and service range to include pontoons and support expertise for hatchery installations and upgrades.
With almost 25 years’ experience within the aquaculture sector, Fusion Marine has forged strong relationships with customers based on a reputation for service and support, combined with excellent product quality. For example, the company works closely with customers to ‘future-proof’ their fish farm operations by providing new equipment and upgrading existing infrastructure. This upgrade and refurbishment work is proving particular popular among aquaculture companies and provides an environmentally
Fusion Marine circular fish pens are renowned around the work for their toughness, versatility and overall excellence of design. Manufactured from tough polyethylene (PE), cutting-edge technology is used in their manufacture to ensure the highest quality and most modern equipment. Available in two or three-ring formats, innovative Electrofusion and butt-fusion jointing techniques are utilised in the manufacturing processes to ensure optimum strength and integrity.
Fish pen overview
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The January February 2015 edition of International Aquafeed magazine