Floating Fish Feed Pellets

by Lilian Lee saleman
As aquaculture industry developing towards the direction of scale, intensification and specialization, the requirement for aquatic feed is higher. Puffed floating fish feed pellets can meet the high requirements. Then what advantages do the floating fish feed pellets have?

  • Reduce water pollution
Puffed floating fish feeds in water won’t dissolve or sink within two hours, which can avoid the residual feeds ferment in water, lower the organics’ oxygen consumption, and then lessen water waste effectively.
  • Easy for feeding management
Puffed floating fish feed can float on the water surface, so it’s no need to establish special platform for throwing feeds, just throw feed at fixed time is OK. When fish take in feed with their heads above water, people can watch the feeding situation and adjust the feed amount timely. So using puffed floating feed is contributed to manage feeding scientifically.
  • Avoid feed waste
Puffed floating fish feed in water has good stability, and they won’t dissolve within two hours. Though fish can’t eat all the feed, people can remove and dry them, which can avoid feed waste at high limit. Adopting the puffed floating fish feed can save 8% to 12% than the powdery and common pellet feed.
  • Long retention period
After drying process, puffed floating fish feed pellets are harder and with lower moisture. In puffing process, most microbes and germs are killed. So the feed pellets can store for longer time, and easy to store or transport.

The floating fish feed pellet mills are the professional machines to manufacture floating fish feed.  As the professional supplier of pellet mills, Amisy Feed Pellet Machinery always offers you the latest news, the first-class equipment and after-sales service.

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