AIS TO DEBUT TWO NEW PRODUCTS INTERNATIONALLY

AIS TO DEBUT TWO NEW PRODUCTS INTERNATIONALLY

AUSTRALIAN Innovative Systems (AIS) is set to dive deeper into the international market, with the launch of two new products in Singapore.

The water hygiene technology developer will introduce the AutoChlor Midi Series and Chrome chlorinators at the Piscine SPLASH! Asia Trade Show next month.

AIS CEO Elena Gosse (pictured) says the creation of the products was driven by demand from semi-commercial facilities and first home buyers.

"We have over 20 years of industry experience to draw from when it comes to creating new products and technologies," Gosse says.

"The fact that we conduct all of our research, development and manufacturing from our Brisbane-based facilities means that our team is able to identify market needs quickly and respond to them equally as fast.

"We have seen a high demand worldwide for quality, Australian-made chlorinators that are backed by full after sales support and warranty programs.

"That's exactly what AIS offers and why we'll keep innovating for years to come."

The Midi Series is a range of automatic, inline, salt or mineral water chlorinators designed for semi-commercial pools, including residential community pools, sport centres, gymnasiums and boutique hotels.

Chrome is an inline, salt water chlorine generator for residential pools that makes it easier for the user to adjust salt and chlorine levels.

"Whether a home or pool or a commercial facility, customers are increasingly concerned about the health, safety and wellbeing of swimmers and staff," Gosse says.

"They no longer want the risks associated with storing and handling dangerous chemicals and are looking for simple, effective, automatic disinfection solutions."

AIS is the only Australian water disinfection company to manufacture its own self-cleaning anodes and has exported its technology to more than 55 countries.

Piscine SPLASH! will run from May 20 to 21.

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