The use of waterproof membrane in aquaculture Part 2
The previous blog mentioned many application scenarios of waterproof membranes used in the seafood aquaculture industry, and this article will continue to supplement other application examples.
Protection of Outflow Ditches
Inland aquaculture fish ponds often require external pipelines and ditches to guide different water sources and aquaculture parts, and the most common design is to use underground pipelines or dig cement ditches to guide. However, due to the water permeability and stability of the structure, the speed and quality of the water flow will affect the life of the trench pipeline, which will cause many unstable factors. Now, more and more farmers use thicker waterproof membranes to set up, and its impermeability and material stability are gradually recognized.
Processing Plant Pipeline
In addition to seafood farm farming areas, post-processing and shipping factory areas also require suitable padding. Whether it is in the work area or in the transmission pipeline, the waterproof membrane can provide a perfect working environment for the processing plant by using the smooth surface, water impermeability, non-toxicity, easy cleaning and other characteristics of the waterproof membrane.
Water Storage Supply System
In order to maintain the salinity of the water in the seafood farm, it is usually necessary to store a large amount of fresh water and discharged wastewater. Most plastic rigid tanks and other above-ground structures can hardly provide the same area as an underground pond, especially in an open system that does not circulate. The discharged wastewater must be specially treated to avoid ammonia and sediment, and then recycled again. The waterproof membrane can build an above-ground pond with a larger surface area to make the filtration and sedimentation process easier and faster to observe.
Simulate Pristine Habitats
Many seafood farms are also trying to create environments similar to pristine habitats to allow fish to grow more smoothly. Similar soil and aquatic plants are often used to create an ecosystem that can stabilize water quality and provide a self-circulating source of fish for farmed fish. When constructing such pools, a waterproof membrane can be used as a liner, which can reduce the impact on the entire internal ecological structure caused by the outflow of water, and build a stable artificial habitat model.
There are many other fields related to the application of waterproof membranes in aquaculture. If you don't know which waterproof membrane you should use, why don't you come and talk to us!