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Chapter: Aquaculture Engineering - Design and Construction of Aquaculture Facilities

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Function test of the plant - Planning Aquaculture Facilities

After finishing building the plant or part of the plant, a period of function testing is necessary, starting with single components and ending with the entire farm.

Function test of the plant

After finishing building the plant or part of the plant, a period of function testing is necessary, starting with single components and ending with the entire farm. First is it performed without fish in the plant and when everything is functioning the testing can be continued with fish in the system. Sufficient time must be taken at this important stage, and when establishing advanced facilities can take up to several months. This is an important stage that is often underestimated. To put the fish into the facilities too early may end in disaster if something fails. If contractors build the entire project, the owner of the farm must not take it over before operational testing of components and the whole farm has been carried out with satisfactory results.

Project review

It is important to undertake a post-hoc review of the building process and of the chosen options. The major object of doing this is to optimise the process in later planning, and to create future optimal solutions. Post-hoc project reviews are mainly for the benefit of the planner.

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