New decade for pure salmon technology

New decade for pure salmon technology

Helgeland Smolt selects Pure Salmon Technology, formerly known as Krüger Kaldnes, For their upcoming small facility in Kilvika in Meloy.

– After good cooperation in previous projects, we are particularly pleased that Helgeland Smolt has chosen us as a partner again. It was an important factor that we supply both process and automation equipment, thus securing the interface between equipment and control. The fact that Helgeland Smolt chose us is a testament to their confidence in our expertise and technology, says Jack Tucker, sales manager at Pure Salmon Technology, in a press release.

Pure Salmon Technology will provide complete electrical and automation solutions, process equipment and support systems for the project.

-We chose Pure Salmon technology based on their experience with RAS. We have previously cooperated with Pure Salmon Technology on other projects and have a very good cooperation with them,” says Tor-Arne Gransjøen, Managing Director of Helgeland Smolt.

-We greatly appreciate the trust shown by Helgeland Smolt in choosing us as the supplier for their next plant. I would like to extend a special thanks to everyone involved from Helgeland Smolt, especially Tor-Arne Gransjøen and Trond Mellerud, for a very positive and constructive cooperation, says Niels Brynnum, CCO at Pure Salmon Technology.

NJORD, Pure Salmon Technology’s digital platform, provides Helgeland Smolt with end-to-end control and monitoring of the facility. This will help improve operations, ensure accurate data collection and management, and enhance the focus on fish welfare. It contains a number of smart functions that make daily life easier for operators and operating staff.

Following previous deliveries of complete RAS facilities at Helgeland Smolt Reppen and Helgeland Smolt Sundsfjord, Pure Salmon Technology has now implemented NJORD for both of these facilities, and will also be part of its new facility in Kilvik.

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Sandefjord Pure Salmon Technology has now secured its second project in short order, following the recent announcement of the Grieg Seafood project on Adamselv.

– After a period in which the ground rent tax put Norwegian projects on hold, Pure Salmon Technology has used the time to complete a post-smelting design as well as an exciting automation package for the industry. That is why we are currently seeing great interest and demand for our solutions, and we look positively to the future, says Kent Kongsdal Rasmussen, CEO of Pure Salmon.

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