Integrated Aqua Systems, Inc. is proud to have recently supplied new INTEGRATED Filter Modules™ for the Life Support Systems (LSS) at a new public aquarium stingray exhibit. This project involved the replacement of existing sand filters with IAS's state-of-the-art filtration technology, resulting in significant improvements in system performance, efficiency, and sustainability.
The Aquarium is a popular tourist attraction and educational facility. As a responsible steward of marine life and the environment, the aquarium is committed to maintaining the highest standards of water quality and sustainability in its operations. To achieve these goals, the aquarium sought out IAS, Inc. to upgrade its filtration system with the latest technology.
IAS, Inc.'s INTEGRATED™ Filter Modules were the perfect solution for the aquarium's needs. These modules are designed to maximize filtration efficiency while minimizing water usage and maintenance requirements. The modules utilize a combination of mechanical filtration to remove debris and harmful substances from the water, ensuring optimal water quality for the aquarium's marine life.
Replacing the existing sand filters with IAS's INTEGRATED™ Filter Modules has resulted in several significant benefits for the aquarium. The new system has increased available flow rates, allowing the aquarium to efficiently circulate and filter larger volumes of water. This has improved the overall health and vitality of the marine life in the aquarium, ensuring a more natural and sustainable environment.
Another major benefit of the new filtration system is the significant reduction in water usage for backwash. The old sand filters required frequent backwashing, which resulted in a significant amount of water being wasted. With IAS's INTEGRATED™ Filter Modules, the aquarium has been able to reduce its water usage for backwash, resulting in substantial savings in both water and energy costs.
Finally, the new filtration system has also reduced the labor required to maintain the aquarium's filtration system. The old sand filters required frequent cleaning and maintenance, which was time-consuming and labor-intensive. With the new INTEGRATED™ Filter Modules, the aquarium's staff can spend less time on maintenance and more time on providing a high-quality experience for visitors.
Overall, the project has been a resounding success for IAS, Inc. and the aquarium. The new INTEGRATED™ Filter Modules have improved the aquarium's water quality, reduced water, and energy usage, and reduced labor requirements for maintenance. We are proud to have been a part of this project and look forward to continuing to provide innovative and sustainable solutions for aquariums and aquatic facilities around the world.