American Biosystems Products Aquaculture System Treatment

Aquaculture System Treatment

Aquaculture System Treatment

ACCELOBAC® AG Product Series

ACCELOBAC® AG and ACCELOBAC® AGS are culture blends of strains of Bacillus subtilis, B. licheniformis, B. megaterium, and B.polymyxa. It contains special microbial cultures selected for their ability to produce large quantities of digestive enzymes in an aquatic envi­ronment. The high initial spore count/gram means that the product will have a long shelf life because spores are the most resistant form in the life cycle.

USES: ACCELOBAC® AG and ACCELOBAC® AGS are formulated for freshwater and brackish water systems and . They are used to reduce the accumulation of sludge. ACCELOBAC® AG is formulated on a wheat bran carrier. ACCELOBAC® AGS is formulated on a soluble salt carrier.

ACTIVITY: Individual activity levels for each product are included in the Tech Sheets below

Aquaculture Wastewater Treatment System

Our goal is to increase your productivity by helping you to adopt innovative water technology and treatment methods for water treatment, recirculating treatment, and effluent treatment and reuse. As the Aquaculture industry grows, consumers want sustainably farmed fish that is great tasting, healthy, and local. To meet these demands, American Biosystems allows producers to optimize cultivation conditions and maximize production efficiency.

Is the Aquaculture Industry Growing? 

According to Globe Newswire, the global Aquaculture market is projected to be worth more than $245 billion by the year 2027. That is extraordinary growth considering the productivity hindrances that have arisen as a result of rising global health concerns. Today, the global aquaculture market is valued at USD 180.

These projections are based partially on the 4.4% growth observed between 2020 and now, which is expected to rise to 4.7% or better over the next few years. These projections are based on world market trajectories, market influencer insights, and an anticipated spike in global demand.

How Can Waste be Reduced by Aquaculture? 

Sustainable growth of aquaculture requires profitability and development in waste management. The key to waste reduction in aquaculture is optimization. This can be achieved through superior planning, technique, and technology. These include tank design, filtration methods, radiation application, and more.

Waste management decisions must be tailored to the needs of the farm within the given watershed. Research shows that round tanks are more efficient in removing waste than rectangular tanks. Tandem drains allow for continuous removal of waste while the flow is reused or discharged. The circular flow principle has been successfully applied to retrofit raceways by modifying flow in the quiescent zone.

But most importantly, these improvements are possible through the use of the highest quality enzymes and the finest ingredients. In the same way, human health can be improved by managing the gut biome, so waste can be reduced through these means, thereby improving productivity and the quality of your end product.

Examples include, but are not limited to;

Bacillus subtillis

A Gram-positive bacterium, rod-shaped, catalase-positive, and renamed Bacillus subtilis by Ferdinand Cohn in 1872. It is found in the upper soil layers and is thought to be a common gut flora in humans.

  1. Licheniformis: Another gram-positive, mesophilic bacterium, B. Licheniformis obtains optimal growth in temperatures around 50°C. The temperature for optimal enzyme secretion is 37 °C. B. Licheniformis can remain dormant to endure harsh environments.
  1. megaterium: megaterium is a rod-like, Gram-positive, and primarily aerobic spore-forming bacterium found in diverse habitats. B. megaterium is one of the largest known bacteria with cells that often occur in pairs and chains. B. megaterium can grow at temperatures between 3 °C to 45 °C, and optimally around 30 °C. Some isolates from a geothermal lake have been found to grow at temperatures as high as 63 °C.
  2. Polymyxa: Also known as Bacillus polymyxa, B. Polymyxa is a Gram-positive bacterium with the unique ability to fix nitrogen. It is found in soil, plant tissue, marine sediment, and hot springs. It may play a role in the ecosystems of forests and may have potential applications as a biocontrol agent and biofertilizer.

The Benefits of Enzymes in Fish and Shrimp

Enzymes are indispensable components for any living organism, without them, life as we know it could not exist. Enzymes accelerate chemical reactions by reducing the amount of energy needed for reactions to begin. First, the enzyme binds reactant molecules, positioning them to react and break molecular bonds to produce the final products.

Equally essential for shrimp as they are for fish, enzymes enable and promote phosphorous optimization, protein optimization, as well as carbohydrate and lipid optimization.

Feeding enzymes to shrimp and fish is a major nutritional advance in aquaculture in recent years. Exogenous enzymes are used extensively to eliminate anti-nutritional effects, improving the use of amino acids and dietary energy, resulting in enhanced performance in fish and shrimp.

Why Choose American Biosystems? 

American Biosystems brings industry-leading knowledge, experience, and capabilities addressing the needs of multiple industries and markets.

We offer the highest quality and value in the industry by supplying the finest enzymes and quality ingredients. We are committed to being environmentally responsible while serving customers worldwide, across 15 countries

Get in touch today to learn more, and discover what American Biosystems can do for you.

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