In the latest version of our lice skirt FiiZK has revolutionized the way lice skirts are made
In the latest version of our lice skirt FiiZK has revolutionized the way lice skirts are made. 3½ years of product development have resulted in a skirt that gives extreme value for money. There are three things that are essential to this:
- The most effective production line in the business gives us the possibility to deliver large quantities on a short notice.
- Cost cutting measures all over makes our lice skirt a low-cost option.
- Continued focus on producing the best possible quality makes it the safe option.
The lice skirt does not necessarily look much different than before, but we have looked at every single detail to find better and easier ways of production.
- Tested and tried in tough conditions
- Superior against abrasion
- Floats better at sea
- Slimmer design
- Maximal UV-protection
- Short delivery time
- Better cost benefit value
Sea lice are, along with escapes, considered the biggest challenge for the aquaculture industry today. We are seeing major sea lice infestation on fish residing in the upper water layers. Shielding of the upper portion of a cage may therefore reduce sea lice infestation significantly.
Advantages with permanent skirts:
- 50-80 % less sea lice infestation
- Fewer delousings
- Less use of chemicals
- Less handling of fish
- Reduced need for cleaner fish
FiiZKs skirts are tailormade to the individual locality. Factors as our customers‘ needs, cage size, durability and design are important. This way we can deliver a product that makes the job for the fish farmers as easy as possible.
Perma skirt has been approved as permanently attached supplementary equipment by the Norwegian engineering and certification company Aquastructures. It is verified that perma skirts satisfies the requirements set in NYTEK Regulation and NS 9415: 2009. Drawings, calculations and designs are examined. The equipment is evaluated and documented for use within the specified limits of Aquastructures AS in:
Analysis of perma skirt. Doc no. TR-30678-1751-1
Methodology for modelling perma skirt. Doc no. TR-30678-1751-2