16. April 2019

pH-management in a fish farm

pH affects the toxicity of substances in water. A typical pH-drop leads to a two- to threefold increase in the level of toxic free CO2, initiates the formation of H2S, and increases the toxicity of several metals, including copper (Cu2+). Conversely, an increase in pH-value will raise the concentration of unionized ammonia (NH3), which is also toxic to fish. Therefore, regulation of alkalinity and pH is an essential tool for controlling the toxicity of the water’s components. Read more
3. April 2019

Improved data representation software

We are pleased to announce the introduction of our new software platform that allows us to display and process all the data generated from the Blue Unit Lab Station. Our goal with the new software is to provide our customers with easy access to all data, fast overview of the water quality and to be a helpful tool in decision making.   Read more