Stehr group in Australia with counters, graders and pumps - Vaki
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Stehr group in Australia with counters, graders and pumps

21.04.2008

The Hatchery Manager Morton Deichmann selected a complete system of Vaki Heathro pump, 96 grader and 3 channel Micro for both of the hatcheries in Arno Bay and Port Augusta.

Clean Sea Tuna part of the Stehr group of companies are in the heart of Jaws country. In fact many of the scenes from the movie of the famous great white shark were shot in Port Lincoln South Australia the location of the  Stehr group corporate headquarters. The company's tuna ranching activities have also been the subject of two Discovery Channel documentary series.

As well as ranching Southern Bluefin Tuna and wrestling sharks, Clean Seas farm King Fish also known as Yellow Tail a large, pelagic fish sold into the sashimi and fine-dining restaurant markets. The Hatchery Manager Morton Deichmann selected a complete system of Vaki Heathro pump, 96 grader and 3 channel Micro for both of the hatcheries in Arno Bay and Port Augusta. Complete with wireless remote control what was previously a long and labour intensive process for grading and counting fish into transport trucks, is now a quick simple and effective procedure. The company are also experimenting with the Vaki Biomest frame system in the grow out phase to sample weigh all cages and have valuable information on size distribution, average weight and condition. So impressed were the staff with the Vaki pump, grader and Micro counting set up that Morton has challenged Vaki to come up with an automated solution to grading out deformities which is still a manual operation.

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