Circuits zebra fish

Circuits zebra fish

The racks "Z.P.O." , "Z.P.M.", "Z.P. PRION": circuits zebra fish pathogens open, mixed, prion
vue panoramique de la salle d'experimentation zebra fish

vue panoramique de la salle d'experimentation zebra fish


5 independent circuits (1 rack Z.P.O., 3 racks Z.P.M. and 1 rack PRION)

5 Mixed pathogens (1 ZPO to one shelf with 20 water inlets, 3 ZPM to one shelf with 20 water inlets circuits that can be used for recycling or Lost Water (EP), 1 ZPM PRION to one shelf with 20 Incoming water circuits that can be used in recycling or Lost Water (EP)

- 1 rack Z.P.O.

- 3 rack Z.P.M.

- 1 rack Z.P.M. PRION (with effluent treatment system incorporated in the rack)

With bins of different volume (1.5 L, 3 L, 10 L)

Technical description

Thermally regulated closed circuit with temperature control. Heating system via an air handling unit (C.T.A.) in combination with a thermo-plunging resistance system.

Cabinet with stainless steel frames with aquariums of type Aquatic Habitat

Maximum capacity of accommodation: 1 ramp of 18 aquariums of 1,5L

Water treatment

Specific water treatment system with automatic mixing of city water (2/3) and osmosis water (1/3) allowing the regulation of the conductivity of the mixing water at 200 μS / cm² +/- 10%


Regulated temperature (27 ° C)

Filtration systems

Foam and pozzolan balls


Adjustable lighting ranges (on programmed clocks) with progressive ignition and extinction for the entire "zebra fish pathogens" experimental room housing all independent circuits.



Centre des recherches INRA de Jouy en Josas

Domaine de Vilvert, bâtiment 234
78350 Jouy en Josas, France
Tél. : +33 (0)1 34 65 28 53

See also

  • Nature des prestations : système de balnéation thermorégulé en zone d'expérimentation
  • Expérimentations à la pisciculture expérimentale de l'IERP
  • Nature of services: thermoregulated balneotherapy system in experimental area
  • Experimental experiments at the IERP experimental fish farm

Modification date: 13 September 2023 | Publication date: 24 March 2017 | By: IERP ; Setha KETAVONG ; Dimitri RIGAUDEAU