Live Fish Transfer

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A load of live fish being lifted from the deck of the wellboat and emptied into the tanks of the truck. Keeping the fish in plenty of water during the lift is essential, so that they remain calm and comfortable for the short time they are being moved.

The brailer used for loading the live fish into the lifting tank. Because there’s up to 5m tidal variation in Ayr harbour, it would not be possible for the crane on the wellboat to empty the brailer directly into the road tanker. The lifting tank, with its outlet aperture especially made to fit the hatches in the transport tanks, allowed gentle and spill-free movement between the wellboat and the truck.

Client Feedback

It is nice to see the silage work continuing. We have a lot of positive feedback from growers on your assistance setting up the systems, and your training of the work crews here in Nfld. It was great to hear! I think the buy-in of the work crew can make or break a project no matter how strong the concept is.

Jonathan Kawaja
Environmental Scientist (Aquaculture) at Department of Fisheries, Forestry and Agrifoods

I have been using the Supermort model for approx. 10 years on four individual units on different salmon sites. I have found the structure of this unit to be very robust and capable of withstanding pretty much anything you can throw at it.

Donald Macleod
West Loch Roag South Farms Manager, www.scottishsalmon.com

"Ensiler is working very well, glad to have it, and see it as a valuable process"

Sheldon George, Production Manager
Labrador and Newfoundland at Cold Ocean Salmon

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