Elena GosseElena Gosse, CEO of Australian Innovative Systems (AIS) will be winding the clock back 180 years to help explain her company’s cutting edge, award winning, innovative technology that is at the heart of every AIS chlorinator and its water disinfection technology.

Elena will explore the process of electrolysis and how it works as part of AIS’ Australian designed and manufactured, residential and commercial chlorine generators as part of a free-to-attend presentation ‘Chlorination without chemicals’ to be staged on Thursday 17 July at 12.30pm – 1pm at Rooms Coolangatta 3 +4, Jupiter’s Hotel and Casino on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

Elena’s talk forms part of the jam packed program that will be executed as part of Australasia’s largest pool and spa trade show, Splash!, held over two days from 16-17 July, 2014.

Just as electrolysis is a tried and trusted technology, AIS’ reputation is also tried and trusted as one of the leaders in Australia’s water disinfection industry. Over the past 20 years of operation, AIS has been awarded many times over for its continuous innovation and has seen its technology exported to over 55 countries.

Elena said that as well as exhibiting AIS’ wide range of trusted brands including: AutoChlor™, ChloroGen™, EcoLine™ and MineralChlor™ at the Splash! Trade Show she was looking forward to dispelling a few of the myths about the process of electrolysis – particularly the one that electrolysis can only be used in high salt content water.

“In 2009, AIS became what we believe to be the first company in the world (in 2009) to achieve commercial fresh water* chlorination via electrolysis with our award winning EcoLine™ system and using only the natural minerals and salts present in fresh* water.

“Our EcoLine™ systems are now working in some of the world’s leading aquatic centres, water theme parks and resort lagoons with the automatic, inline chlorination meaning clients can bid farewell to chlorine deliveries, handling and storage forever.”

AIS looks forward to welcoming guests to its Trade Show Stand 69 and Elena’s presentation.

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*Fresh water defined as water with Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) levels of 500 ppm+.

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