Maytronics to distribute Ozone Swim domestic products

Maytronics Australia

By Alice Richard
Monday, 31 July, 2017

Maytronics ozoneswim partnership

Maytronics Australia has formed a partnership with Brauer Industries which will see Maytronics become the exclusive distributor of Ozone Swim domestic products throughout Australia.

Ozone Swim is a pool water purification system that uses reduced chemical levels to eliminate chloramines, making it suitable for swimmers with allergies, asthma, eczema and sensitive skin.

“We are excited about the opportunity to join forces with Maytronics, who are a good fit to help us distribute our patented Ozone Swim technology to residences across Australia,” said David Brauer of Brauer Industries.

“We have invested considerable time and effort on research and development which has led to us to become an innovative market leader in the provision of safe, environmentally responsible solutions that will decrease your dependence on harmful chemical alternatives.”

“This is a great opportunity for both organisations to benefit from each other’s strengths,” said Dan Kwaczynski, managing director lof Maytronics Australia.

“The team at Brauer Industries manufacture the best pool water purification system available on the market and Maytronics has extensive retail network contacts to channel the product effectively nationwide. It is a very exciting time for both companies.”

Transition plans are in place for the partnership. Dealers interested in stocking Ozone Swim, or who want more information about the product, should contact Maytronics on 1300 693 657 or

Image caption: Shane Walker (left) of Maytronics collects the first Ozone Swim order from Damen Carrington of Brauer Industries.

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