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Gael Force Fusion Blog

Innovation the key behind success at Fusion Marine

It has been another busy year for Fusion Marine with the international fish farming sector ordering fish containment pens and a wide range of other specialist aquaculture systems from their diverse range. It has been an important year in other ways too with Fusion Marine moving its administration office from Barcaldine to new modern facilities at Malin House at the European Science Park in Dunbeg, Argyll. The move will enable the company to benefit from the synergies created by being part of the cluster of scientific expertise at Dunbeg, aiding in aquaculture research and development programmes. It will also ensure Fusion Marine can share its [...]

October 26th, 2017|Categories: Blog|

Triton and Oceanflex offer flexibility to future proof farm infrastructure

One of the advantages of our Triton and Oceanflex salmon pens is their ability to be extended so as to cater for future expansions in production. This involves cutting the existing polyethylene (PE) pen, adding in a new section, and then re-welding to a new and larger size, minimising capital outlay and future proofing the initial infrastructure investment. We use the most advanced, traceable and quality assured PE jointing systems, which ensures the strongest possible pens made from the highest quality materials and designed for challenging marine environments. The ability of Triton and Oceanflex systems to be easily extended is a major attraction as it [...]

September 22nd, 2017|Categories: Blog|

Upgrading to the highest standards makes for good containment

Good containment is not just about purchasing the best possible equipment, but also ensuring that it is well maintained and regularly upgraded whenever required, says fish pen manufacturer Fusion Marine. For example, the Argyll-based company has been busy over the last few months completing pen upgrades for a number of its customers. These include adding sinkers to pens for Scottish Sea Farms at their site on Lismore, and for Cooke Aquaculture Scotland in Orkney. The Lismore project was aimed at improving net volume in a strong-current environment to ensure optimum quality of the salmon, whilst the Orkney project was a focused on tensioning across the [...]

March 1st, 2017|Categories: Blog|