Materials include two pieces of 1-liter plastic bottles, small air pump with silicone airline tubing, light source, syringe or silicone airline tubing, rock salt, and the cysts. A rigid airline tubing is also required, which can be obtained from damaged under gravel and box filter hose attachments. If not available, you can use a small rock and a rubber band and attach it to the end of the silicone airline tubing.
For the filtering material, some use coffee filters, but I use flannel which really works well. Those that come in blue or yellow color are great since you can perfectly see the brine shrimp being filtered. A hydrometer is optional but recommended.
The steps below were provided by Golden Lake Brine Shrimp.
1. Siphoned brine to planela cloth 2. Silicone hose for siphoning 3. Canned brine shrimp 4. Camera film plastic bottles for repacking brine 5. 1 liter plastic bottle 6. Syringe with silicon hose attached