AIS innovation on show on the Gold Coast

AIS EcoLineAIS innovation on show on the Gold Coast.

Australian owned and operated water disinfection technology manufacturer, AIS will be showcasing its range of fresh, mineral and salt water residential and commercial chlorine generators at the upcoming Splash! show at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on 17-18 August 2016.

With AIS’ technology already operating in over 50 countries worldwide AIS is putting the finishing touches on its new revolutionary fresh water pool chlorinator for the residential market – EcoLine HOME – which it hopes to launch at the show.

EcoLine HOME disinfects water via electrolysis using the natural salts and minerals already present in the water. It operates at ultra-low salinity levels of TDS 1,200ppm+ (rather than standard 5,000ppm required by salt water chlorinators). The end result is a swimming experience that is kinder to skin, hair and eyes as well as pool equipment and surrounds. It is more like swimming in fresh water than a ‘standard’ swimming pool.

The creation of EcoLine HOME follows on from AIS’ award-winning EcoLine commercial system which is in use in major theme parks, resorts and residential developments world-wide. The adaptation of the technology for residential use is another example of AIS’ reputation for innovation and excellence.

AIS CEO Elena Gosse will also be speaking at two sessions during the conference. On Wed 17 at 4.15pm  Elena will join Ross Gage, CEO of Aussie Aquatics to talk about Swim Schools water treatment needs. On Thu 18 Aug at 10.15am Elena will then take to the stage to talk about ‘Turning the tide when it comes to water disinfection.’ She will discuss the demand our cities’ leisure and recreational facilities place on water and the role innovation will play in determining our future.

AIS will be at stand #78 at the Expo.

For more information about the Show please visit


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