Our systems are ideal for applications ranging from genetics research to biotoxicity studies. They are currently in use at scores of high-level research facilities across the nation — from Boston’s Children’s Hospital to Stanford University, The New York Aquarium to The Dallas Zoo. We have designed systems for zebrafish (Brachydanio rerio), Medaka (Oryzias latipes), Xenopus (laevis and tropicalis) and a host of other aquatic laboratory organisms, including: leeches, sea slugs, sea urchins, rotifer, artemia and algae growth specimens.
Available in self-contained, space-efficient, refrigerated or heated models, our high-capacity systems deliver optimum conditions and unrivaled water quality, yet require minimal maintenance. Marineland’s field-proven, patented BIO-Wheel filtration technology, our world-class laboratories, and our commitment to quality manufacturing go into every research system, freeing scientists and technicians to concentrate on research demands rather than system upkeep.
Every BIO-Wheel is carefully precultured, pretested and certified. It is then express-shipped to arrive on the day specimens are to be added to the system. This ensures that each system can be fully stocked on day one, with no break-in period, no lost research time and faster results.
And after a research system is set up, our customer service representatives and in-field service technicians are available to keep it up and running.
Designed to meet the specialized needs of the scientific research community, Marineland research systems are solutions resulting from more than 30 years of experience in the design, manufacture and operation of commercial aquatic holding and life-support systems.