FLOATS Oyster farming

FLOATS

Floats allow us to keep the poche on the surface (especially in shallow areas, or where nutrients are on the surface). We can also work in tidal areas, putting a float on one side, working the Horizontal Suspended system (FlipFlop).

Contributions

Product suitable for various cultivation systems, especially in surface flotation and in a Horizontal Suspended System.

Features

• ZAP012-3 model dimensions: L700xW110xH50mm
• Dimensions model ZAP012-4: L800xW135xH50mm
• Material: High density PU Floats

Videos

What is an Oyster Bag? Intermas

Intermas describes here what an oyster bag is. It explains the advantages and benefits of the two types of mesh: diamond and square. You will discover the different options that exist, such as its closure system, its customization, its technical features (weight, dimensions, mesh size, welded, reinforced, open, preconformed, etc.)

Horizontal suspended system for Oyster farming

A tidal culture method where intermas oyster bags are suspended horizontally from a longline, installed two by two and separated by posts driven into the seabed at regular intervals, usually shallow and in tidal areas. This technique ensures a good water flow circulation due to the movment of the tide.

Floating Bags Oyster System

Oyster farming system afloat at the water surface. The floating system with rectangular or cylindrical floats can be handled easily by removing and replacing floats attached on sides or the bottom using cable ties or elastics. When approaching winter time, this growing method allow to sink oyster bags under the ice and protect oysters of rough weather.

AP6 Suspended oyster growing system

Horizontal suspended system for Oyster farming

Oyster Rack-and-bag culture system

Floating Bags Oyster System

Our Oyster growing Systems

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