• More lbs of 02 per hp than any other system used in open ocean fish farms
  • World’s first aeration system specifically designed for ocean going fish farms
  • Portable or Stationary High Efficiency On Demand Aeration
  • Proven Common Sense Technology
  • Zero to 100,000 lpm / 25000 Gpm Actual improved water injection Rate
  • Zero to 30 kph delivery speed-Fully Adjustable
  • Zero to 850 CFM Air Injection- Up To 100% Oxygen Transfer
  • Able To Penetrate The water column down to 20 meters
  • Major Oxygen increase to 10 meters, 2mg/l up to saturation at 0 to 6 meters
  • Never miss feeding days again
  • Able to Saturate immediate area of treatment
  • Very fast redeployment
  • Ideal For Restoring Polluted Lakes and Rivers

AquaCannon Aeration System

The AquaCannon was developed by Seeley’s Cove Research Centre in response to the escalating crisis of low dissolved oxygen levels in areas of the world’s oceans used by industrial, mega ton fish farms. This problem leads to, at the very least, poor feed conversion rates - slower growth/higher production costs and, in many cases, the outright fatality of tons of fish per site. It should be noted the fish farms are not the cause of the low oxygen. Low oxygen levels, regardless of the cause, are a serious problem worldwide. Read More

Lake and River Restoration

This has been a complicated issue for many years, and finding an environmentally responsible and sustainable solution that works has been very elusive until now. The combination of two innovative technologies that synergize to add value in order to meet or exceed environmental needs is now available for the first time. “World First” technology in high capacity, yet portable Oxygen transfer equipment is brought about by the AquaCannon. It is the only system capable of consistently delivering 25,000+ GPM (36 million gallons per 24 hrs) of highly oxygenated water to the locale. Read More

Dead Zones

The number of oxygen-deprived "dead zones" in the world's oceans has been increasing since the 1970s and is now nearly 150, threatening fisheries as well as humans who depend on fish, the U.N. Environment Program announced in unveiling its first-ever Global Environment Outlook Year Book. These "dead zones" are caused by an excess of nitrogen from farm fertilizers, sewage and emissions from vehicles and factories. In what experts call a “nitrogen cascade,” the chemical flows untreated... Read More