It consists of a framework, net, and anchor cable fixed system, forming a cylindrical or three-dimensional space at sea, where various saltwater fish are stocked. The main difference from traditional aquaculture is that cage net aquaculture directly utilizes existing marine space. There is no need to excavate fish ponds on land as in traditional aquaculture, nor is there a need to introduce seawater or extract groundwater to fill the ponds. Therefore, it completely avoids problems such as soil salinization or land subsidence.

Circular Cage Net


Square Cage Net

By harnessing the natural tidal variations, we facilitate water exchange within the cage nets. This provides a natural source of clean water and maintains a stable oxygen environment.

Net Replacement

After a period of aquaculture, various types of cage nets will become contaminated and accumulate many organisms. Once the nets are polluted, it leads to stagnation in the exchange of water inside and outside the cage nets. From experience, this is proven to be one of the significant factors contributing to the outbreak of fish diseases. Therefore, it is necessary to replace and clean the nets regularly.

Fish Washing

Fish that live in water also need baths. To prevent the problem of fish lice, we need to bathe the fish every 10-15 days. By utilizing the difference in osmotic pressure between fresh water and seawater, the fish lice will naturally detach and die. We solve the problem in the most natural way possible.