FACILITIES

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Our state-of-art facilities are equipped to support a diverse range of projects from discovery through final product development and testing.

Victoria, PE

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Victoria, PE

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Salt Water

Ground water wells - Supplementation available

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Fresh Water

Ground water wells - Supplementation available

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Temperature

4-30 Degrees

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Automatic Monitoring

Oxygen and Temperature
Effluent Decontamination
HVAC
Fridges, Freezers
Mechanical & Electrical System

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Back up Systems

Redundant emergency generators with auto transfer
UPS
Oxygen

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Effluent Decontamination

Ozone + UV Treatment

The 46,000 square foot aquatic animal research facility in Victoria, Prince Edward Island includes expansive, purpose-built, wet and dry lab space. Housing 8 aquarium lab spaces and 1 dry lab with 20 discrete rooms, this facility is primarily dedicated to Health trials conducted within AQC3.

Souris, PE

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RAS

Souris, PE

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Salt Water

Ground water wells - Supplementation available

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Fresh Water

Ground water wells - Supplementation available

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Temperature

4-30 Degrees

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Automatic Monitoring

Salinity
Oxygen and Temperature
RAS Water Levels
Effluent Decontamination System
HVAC

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Back up Systems

Redundant emergency generators with auto transfer

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Effluent Decontamination

Sodium hypochlorite +UV

The 21,000 square feet aquaculture research facility was constructed in 2015, CAT expanded operations as a formal, independent contract research organization for aquaculture and related industries providing services in the areas of genomics, drug approvals, vaccine testing, and evaluation of novel feed ingredients.

San Diego, CA

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San Diego, CA

Headquartered in San Diego, California, CAT is focused on collaborative research and offers services primarily involving warm water aquatic species. Areas of research include the development and application of molecular diagnostics and genotyping, development of in vivo models and application of molecular techniques in the field of aquaculture. CAT expanded its facility in 2014 to provide additional capacity for in vivo work involving warm water species.

In August 2013 CAT expanded their facility in San Diego by 2,000 square feet and opened a wet lab facility for housing shrimp, tilapia and zebrafish in a larger capacity.

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Airflow

Inward directional airflow throughout the facility; monitored daily HEPA filtered exhausted in AQC3. Supply and exhaust interlocked in AQC3 AQC2 supply laboratories.

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Oxygen Supply

Main oxygen supply is from an oxygen generator or back up is provided by an additional oxygen generators and cylinders

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Controlled Access

Controlled access to the facility, controlled access to the wet labs and AQC3, entrance to AQC3 area by interlocked doors, and visitor access is controlled.