Available in Canada (Campbell River and Port Hardy-BC), Chile (Puerto Montt) and Slovakia (Roznava).
The Campbell River and Port Hardy net disinfection, repair and dip facilities consists of more than 10,000 square feet warehouse facilities on 2 acres of land in the industrial park, in Chile is approx 14.000 m2 while in Roznava are available approx 200 m2.
All nets received at the site must enter through the disinfection area to maintain the biosecurity of the site. Fish farmers like all farmers want to ensure that all precautions are taken to protect the fish from unwanted bacterial or viral infections.
Consequently, clean nets are submerged for 1 hour into an enclosed tank with 65 degree C water using an overhead crane to ensure proper disinfection.
Once the nets are disinfected they are allowed to enter the yard and warehouse area. Heat exchangers and a natural gas boiler are used to ensure the disinfection process is economically as well as biologically efficient.