Artemia production made easy
The hatching of Artemia cysts is affected by external factors such as light, temperature and bacteria.
INVE continues to work on inventive & groundbreaking technologies that facilitate the harvesting of high quality live feed, that suppress bacterial growth and that allow cysts to be hatched in suboptimal light conditions. These ready-to-use solutions are developed to safeguard biosecurity, ensure high efficiency and quality, and maximize the return of investment.
Easy, efficient and sustainable cyst separation
Cysts coated with a layer of non-toxic, magnetic material can be separated from the Artemia nauplii in a easy and simple way after hatching, freeing the Artemia nauplii in an efficient way from the indigestible cysts and shells.
This specific SEP-Art technology is patented by INVE.
- Simple harvest
- Non-toxic waste
- More and high-quality nauplii
- Faster harvest and nauplii collection
SEP-Art tools are available in three different levels of automation to fit all hatchery sizes and needs.
Allowing cysts to hatch in the dark
Allowing cysts to hatch in sub-optimal light conditions.
Cysts upgraded with the SMArt technology are insensitive for sub-optimal light conditions during the hatching process, which allows the user to obtain maximum output under these inferior hatching conditions.
- Optimized hatching output at sub-optimal conditions
- Energy saving
Making Artemia disease protection a reality
An innovative cyst coating that suppresses the growth of opportunistic bacteria such as Vibrio spp. during the hatching process.
- Cleaner, more active nauplii
- Decreased bacterial levels
- Increased larval survival
- Lower contamination risks