Elena Gosse, CEO of Australian Innovative Systems (AIS) will be participating in the Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association (ASCTA) Convention to be held at the Sofitel Hotel Gold Coast, Queensland from April 26th to May 4th, 2014 as both a guest speaker and exhibitor.
Elena will explore the subject of innovative technology for chlorine generation and water disinfection at an industry networking breakfast hosted by the Australian Leisure Facilities Association, Queensland (ALFAQ) and held in conjunction with ASCTA on Friday May 2nd, 2014 from 7am – 8.30am at Sofitel Hotel Gold Coast. AIS will also exhibit its multi-award winning technology during the the ASCTA trade show.
Elena said that she was looking forward to the convention and the breakfast event and especially to meeting some of the leaders in the Australian swimming coach, swim teaching and aquatic industry fields.
“These people are at the ‘coal face’ of our technology, Elena says.
“They are working in the aquatic centres and literally immersed in the facilities’ pool water every day. They are interacting with their customers whether they be leisure swimmers, learn to swim students or competition athletes and are seeing firsthand the challenges associated with water disinfection and water and air quality on a large scale.
“Like ASCTA we are dedicated to industry education, innovation and best practice and in AIS’ case we are passionate about innovative, water disinfection technology and improving the water and air quality in aquatic facilities.
“Through our award winning technology and the tried and trusted method of electrolysis, we are able to let centres bid farewell to the endless and hazardous cycle of ordering, transporting, storing and handling regular supplies of liquid or granular chlorine and manufacture their own chlorine onsite and inline, or onsite and off line with a simple plumb in and turn on system.
“This helps stabilise TDS levels and improves air and water quality as well as reducing maintenance and general wear and tear of the centre’s equipment.”
Elena said that millions of litres of water in home and municipal pools, aquatic centres, competitive swimming facilities, hotels, resorts and water theme parks remained clean and clear thanks to AIS’ ingenuity and the company’s goal was for every aquatic centre to adopt AIS’ Australian designed and manufactured technology.
To register for the ALFA Breakfast and Elena’s presentation visit here: http://alfaq.org.au/?p=494
Costs are $25.00 for ALFAQ members and $35.00 for non-members
For more information or to register for the ASCTA Convention and Trade Show visit here: https://www.ors.net.au/asctaCONVENTION.html