At the end of March the Australian company FishPac, the only approved oxygen-sustained live seafood air fright transport system in the world, revealed its new stainless steel container, which will allow fish to travel to a greater distances while reducing mortality rate.
The new container was designed and manufactured in Melbourne, Australia and the company envisages that it will reduce the cost for shippers and will increase the distance at which live seafood can be transported.
The stainless steel version replaces the traditional ceramic container and thus solves the issue with breakage. In addition it also features a highly specialized sintered metal filtering process and works on higher pressure rating, which removes back pressure from the system. The overall effect is an expect rate of 0 to 1% mortality rate of transported seafood.
The new diffusers are being delivered to various freight operators worldwide to be tested with variety of seafood.
To get in touch about your next Stainless Steel project visit:
Phone us on: 01159 255 927
Or Email: email@example.com