Now even FINA-standard pools can enjoy the safety and simplicity of disinfection by electrolysis, thanks to EcoLine™ Commercial, which is ending the industry’s dependence on chlorine-dosing.
AIS CEO Elena Gosse participated as a panellist at a Brisbane business breakfast this morning (28.9.17) attended by some 70 guests and hosted by the Hon Michaelia Cash (Minister for Employment, Minister for Women, Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service and Senator for Western Australia), along with Andrew Laming MP (Federal Member for Bowman).
In a major coup for Australian innovation and manufacturing, Australian Innovative Systems (AIS) has won the People’s Choice Award (Manufacturing Category) in the 2017 Stevie International Business Awards.
Any pool that stores chemicals for the purpose of water disinfection, poses a risk of a chemical leak that can cause health problems to patrons. While reports of poolside chemical leaks only make it to local media outlets, Australian Innovative Systems (AIS) believes the dangers of potential leaks deserve more attention. By eliminating the need to store chlorine, we believe that disinfection by electrolysis may help improve health and safety outcomes, even in fresh water swimming facilities.
Australian Innovative Systems’ (AIS) CEO, Elena Gosse has won the Innovation and Technology Award in the 2017 Women in Business Awards (Greater Brisbane). The award recognises Elena’s leadership and commitment to developing world-first, innovative, inline chlorine generation technology via electrolysis for residential and commercial swimming pools. AIS designs and manufactures its award-winning chlorine generators from the company’s Tingalpa headquarters.