WAHC Track Tuesday: New Industry Technology 2018

WAHC Track New Industry Technology Who Should Attend?

Fan favorite WAHC Track, New Industry Technology is back, stronger than ever! Manufacturers, Pool Operators, Aquatic Directors, EH Officials, Builders and Designers, Facility Managers, and NSPF Instructors will enjoy these sessions and the opportunity to add to their knowledge of best practices.

What Will Be Discovered?

The New Industry Technology track features a full line-up of seasoned speakers on Thursday. Learn about the benefits of ultra-fine bubble technology, Legionella testing paradigms, filtration of surface-bound contamination and DBPs, how reflectivity affects biofilms, and chlorine dioxide treatment systems. New Industry Technology is one of our most popular WAHC tracks—be sure to add it to your agenda! 

Learn More About the Details

The below table shows the full titles, times, and speakers for each New Industry Technology session. If you are interested in more details about any session, click the hyperlinks below. 




Thursday, October 11



Benefits of Ultra Fine Bubble Technology Michael Geyer

10:00 am-10:50 am

Using Innovation and Proven Technologies to Challenge Conventional Legionella Testing Paradigms and Save Lives

Greg Rankin

11:00 am-11:50 am

Surface-Bound Organic Contamination, Disinfection Byproducts (DBP), & Swimming Pool Filtration

Vance Fiegel

1:30 pm - 2: 20 pm

The Nature of Reflectivity & How It Affects Biofilm (Photocatalysis)

John Ireland, Alessandro Orio, Innocenzo Pochini

3:00 pm - 3:50 pm

What Is Chlorine Dioxide & Why Should You Learn About It?

Ken Gibson, Dustin Kauffman

4:00 pm - 4:50 pm

The World Aquatic Health™ Conference will be hosted in Charleston, South Carolina, October 10-12, 2018. Be sure to purchase your ticket today and if you have more questions about the WAHC, please email conference@nspf.org or call 719.540.9119.



WAHC Track Tuesday
WAHC Track Tuesday
World Aquatic Health Conference
New Industry Technology
Bubble Technology
Testing Legionella Paradigms
Reflectivity and biofilms
Swimming pool filtration
Surface bound organic contamination and DBPs
Chlorine Dioxide
Aquatic Education