EcoSea will launch a new center in Western Japan consisting of ten 30m diameter submersible pens. The system is fully automated with 24/7 monitoring and feeding. The pens are nearly always submerged and surfaced only for maintenance. As the site is subject to intense typhoons, submerging the pens will protect them from damage, being in an offshore location will ensure good quality pen environment without harming the surrounding area. The presence of typhoons makes it necessary to have a detachable feeding system that can berth in port during high seas.
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