We are delighted to announce that from May 21st, 2018, the new Distributor of the Linn range of aerators and fish farming equipment is Simon Moore Water Services Please contact them with new product enquiries, equipment sales and spare parts, and they will be pleased to assist you. Telephone: 01305 251551 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Unit 2, […]
Rooted aquatic weeds have been a big problem for lake and fishery managers since aquatic herbicides were withdrawn from legal use. We can now off a complete, environment-friendly, long-lasting solution – see our Weedbed Destruction Service
The latest brochure (2017-2018) can be downloaded here The new brochure is packed with even more equipment: aerators the most efficient oxygen-enrichment equipment fish transport tanks and accessories automatic feeders nets, pumps,…..
What is Springflo ?
Springflo (UK patent 2248231) is a unique and highly versatile biofilter medium. It now has a brand new surface texture, designed to increase the surface available for settling friendly microbes and suspended solids. Springflo provides a surface on which purifying bacteria will readily grow. These nitrifying bacteria detoxify the water by converting the harmful ammonia produced by fish into relatively harmless nitrate.
Springflo is a thin plastic ribbon made from a special blend of polypropylene and calcium carbonate. Our trials show that bacteria grow on this media very quickly (unlike some PVC materials). This shortens the time for the system or pond to become “mature”.
|Springflo is approximately 7mm wide||Under the microscope, the ridges + rough texture|
|can be seen – part of the secret of its success|| At high magnification, particles of mineral|
(calcium carbonate) are evident
To maximise the surface area available for bacteria to grow on, the surface is embossed with a fine, wavy groove pattern. This nearly doubles the surface area for bacteria to grow on. More bacteria = greater purification capacity. The surface texture causes drag as water flows over it, helping bacteria and fine particles to settle on it.