NaturalShrimp issues patent for ammonia control in RAS
The company was awarded a new patent that expands the company’s electrocoagulation technology as applied to aquaculture both domestically and internationally.
NaturalShrimp was awarded a new patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office that expands the company’s electrocoagulation technology as applied to aquaculture both domestically and internationally.
The original United States patent 10,163,199 “Recirculating Aquaculture System and Treatment Method for Aquatic Species” was awarded jointly to NaturalShrimp, Inc. and F&T Water Solutions, LLC on December 25, 2018. NaturalShrimp, Inc. acquired the assets of F&T Water Solutions, LLC on May 20, 2021, therefore providing NaturalShrimp, Inc. with 100% ownership of patent 10,163,199.
NaturalShrimp’s solely owned new patent 11,297,809 “Ammonia Control in a Recirculating Aquaculture System” includes enhancements to the original patent based on new novel improvements realized since applying the electrocoagulation technology for shrimp production over the last several years. This new patent further strengthens the legal protection of the company’s electrocoagulation technology platform as applied to aquaculture both domestically and internationally.
“The issuance of this second patent reinforces NaturalShrimp’s leadership role in applying our customized electrocoagulation technology for maintaining water quality within recirculating aquaculture systems,” said Tom Untermeyer, CTO of NaturalShrimp. “We will continue to apply for more patents as needed to protect our technology for the company and for our shareholders.”