Mixed-Cell Raceway

Based on research by Dr. Michael Timmons and Dr. James Ebeling, the mixed-cell raceway is designed to meet the needs of the small farmer by using a recirculating aquaculture system to produce locally grown, year-round fish.

The basic design concept of the mixed-cell raceway is to operate as a series of adjacent counter rotating square/octagonal tanks, each having a center drain for continuous removal of solids.

 

The mixed-cell raceway technology is an innovative approach to growing multiple cohorts of fish in one tank, while maintaining the efficiencies of the more costly fiberglass, round tanks.