AIS Water starts construction on new $7.5million Anode Production Facility

AIS Water has broken ground on its third production facility as the business continues to forge ahead as a leader in water disinfection technology via electrolysis for swimming pools and other industries. With two production facilities already present at its Tingalpa based headquarters, the third factory will be the first dedicated Anode Production Facility in the Southern Hemisphere.

CEO Elena Gosse said the new facility will produce enough anodes and anode material to permit AIS Water to triple its production capacity, which in turn will satisfy AIS’ own growing demand and strengthen its position as a global supplier of anode material.

The new Anode Production Facility, which is expected to be operational by late 2021, will support as many as 140 construction jobs and offer 55 full-time skilled and unskilled jobs over the lifetime of the project.  It will further cement AIS’ leadership role in the swimming pool chlorinator industry as well as open the door to new industries and markets.

Local Queensland company, JBS Building and Development is designing and building the facility.

Luke Daly of SPASA being shown new facility by Elena Gosse AIS Water

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