Aquaculture Monitoring and Control Systems
Make it easy to ensure the best water conditions for your aquatic animals, by choosing the pumps and motors that best fit your aquaculture operation. Read on to learn more about our industry leading aquaculture monitoring systems and water quality management solutions.
Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems has scientific and engineering experts to help solve your monitoring and control challenges.
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Carefully Choose Pumps to Control Electricity Costs
After feed and labor costs, electricity is the next highest fish-farming expense. That makes the selection of pumps and motors one of the most important decisions that you face.
Undersized Motors Increase Electricity Use and Operating Temperatures
Higher operating temperatures shorten motor life. You will only know if your pump is working too hard by measuring its amp draw. Our experts can help you check this.
We painstakingly select and test all of our pumps for power consumption. We illustrate ratings, specifications and power consumption clearly. We refer to “aquaculture duty,” to indicate long-term reliability and efficiency in humid, commercial applications.
Point Four™ LC3 Water Monitor/Controller
The Point Four LC3 has been fully redesigned with connectivity in mind, allowing users full access to their system, from anywhere at any time - even on the go!Learn more
Location. Location. Location. Where You Put Pumps Affects Performance
The capacity of your facility’s electrical service and where you locate pumps in relation to the water level in your tanks also affect pump efficiency and operating life.
Our team of experts—engineers, scientists and technicians—can help you identify mechanical or electrical issues, as well as recommend better ways to maintain the water quality that your fish need to thrive.
Point Four™ RIU3 Remote Water Monitor/Controller
This remote interface unit (RIU) is a single-sensor transmitter/controller that accepts inputs from any sensor providing a voltage, 4-20mA or thermistor input. Equipped with an optional backlit display, it allows the user to view readings remotely. The RIU will function as a stand-alone controller; or up to 10 units can be daisy-chained for a network connection.Learn more
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Point Four Water Monitor
This remote unit functions as a stand-alone field mounted transmitter/controller or it can be daisy chained to create a multi-linked network supporting up to 99 units. Whether you operate a small hatchery or large recirculating aquaculture systems, this unit can collect, manipulate and control all of your important water quality data.