With bigger tanks than the Z-Hab system, the G-Hab system is a nice fit for labs where larger species of fish are being used. Also a great choice for toxicology-related studies in which plastic tanks may not be ideal.
Oversized, 5-stage, state-of-the-art filtration ensures optimal water quality.
Low water level safety shut-off and alarm with optional programmable logic controller (PLC) control panel.
Aeration provided to each individual tank.
Heavy-duty, 316L stainless steel frame with leveling feet.
Filtration bypass allows service while system runs.
Automatic water exchange saves time and reduces labor.
3-tier rack can accommodate 10-, 30- or 55-gallon glass tanks.
Central PLC control panel (optional).
Culture volume: 680 liters (180 gal) as shown.
4 tank water exchanges per hour.
Total water volume: 870 liters (230 gal) as shown.
Weight with water: 1,182 kg (2,600 lbs).
115V/10 A/60 Hz.
230V/5.1 A/50 Hz.
1st Stage: 120-micron filter pad.
2nd Stage: Submerged-bed biological _filtration.
3rd Stage: 50-micron filter cartridge.
4th Stage: Activated carbon adsorbs volatile organics and contaminants.
5th Stage: UV disinfection dose of 110 mJ/cm2 at end of lamp life.
Aquatic Habitats® automated water quality monitor/control/alarm system.