Microbubbles help to keep oysters pathogen-free

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In the perpetual battle against pathogen development, France Naissain has decided to invest in the Coldep system for the purification of its oysters.

The goal is to further enhance the purification of products before shipment. A low-energy technology is used to filter seawater. The injection of compressed air into a closed-water circuit under vacuum creates microbubbles that capture viruses or bacteria present in the water. The system removes organic particles and re-oxygenates the water, while minimising the use of pumps that consume significant electricity. This is good news for oyster farmers and for the environment.

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