Treatment ponds with aquatic life:





Closed-loop water basins for the intensive rearing of aquatic animals, aquafarming, aquariums, fish hatcheries, ornamental or decorative ponds, and freshwater or seawater basins.


The installation of an ANAQUA unit for treating basins harboring aquatic life allows for the production of neutral anolyte, powerful non-toxic disinfectant which is environmentally friendly and effective in both salt and fresh water. It is totally adaptable, and recommended for disinfecting and maintaining the quality of the water in ponds or basins where aquatic life is present.






• Injection into basins:

Purification of water – Purification of pipes – Destruction of pathogen germs – Elimination of biofilm – Destruction of algae – Tasteless and odorless – Non-corrosive – Non-toxic – Non-hazardous to the environment


Such basins contain fauna and flora, as well as micro-organisms and sediment. Some of these elements play crucial roles in maintaining the natural balance of the basin, whereas others may have deleterious effects.


Our research in this area has shown that the use of neutral anolyte can help to eradicate all pollutants (bacteria, fungi, and algae), as well as to preserve the existing fauna (fish, crustaceans, amphibians, etc.) all while respecting the environment.


The use of neutral anolyte provides the following solutions:

• Injection into basins for the purpose of water purification;

• Destruction of algae;

• Improving water clarity;

• Aids with the sanitation of water pipes and channels;

• Serves as a replacement for pH chemical reagents and flocculation;

• Significant reduction of trihalomethanes;

• Reduction of costs (in situ production, no need for transport, maintenance, or storage of hazardous materials);

• Fish hatcheries and aquacultural farms: reduction of the growth cycle, thus producing a higher annual yield;

• Effective control of viral and bacterial diseases during their development phase;

• Reduction of antibiotics;



To treat a basin WITH aquatic life, it is necessary to continuously monitor the residual value of active chlorine or the Redox Potential (ORP) in order to determine the state of the water and to inject the appropriate amounts of neutral anolyte if necessary to maintain the conventional level of hygiene and sanitation.



TMC (contamination)

Recommended rate of dilution of the neutral anolyte

Concentration of residual

active chlorine (mg/L)

Severe (500 to 5,000 CFU/ml)



Weak (up to 10 CFU/ml)



High (50 to 500 CFU/ml)



Moderate (10 to 50 CFU/ml)



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