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IOP Conference Series. Earth and Environmental Science ; 980(1):012037, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1730602

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The fishing communities in Sungai Rasau village, South Kalimantan, Indonesia, have several joint business groups that mostly process their fish catch into salted fish products and shrimp paste for sale in the market. The fish drying technique still uses traditional methods that rely on sunny weather, this is not effective because the weather is difficult to predict due to climate change globally. This means that high rainfall affects fish drying production activities. If left unchecked, this certainly results in a decrease in the quantity and quality of salted fish production and affects their income and welfare. To maintain and improve the quality of raw materials for fisheries production, the solution is the use of appropriate technology, namely making salted fish processing equipment or dryers that are energy efficient and not influenced by weather factors such as rain. Using this tool can improve the quality and quantity of production. The form of activity methods carried out includes (1) coordination with related parties to foster local fishing groups;(2) identifying problems and determining solutions;(3) solar fish dryer design;(4) making efficient technology fish dryers that effectively and efficiently utilize solar energy. At the time of implementation of the dryer, the measurement of water content using TDS obtained results that the water content of mackerel has been reduced to about 10%

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