2009   2010 Florida Swimming Pool Code Changes

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Virginia Graeme Baker / Safety Related . Collector tanks required on all pools and spasWading (kiddie) pools by 7/1/10Pre-1977 spas by 7/1/101978-1986 spas by 7/1/111987

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2009 2010 Florida Swimming Pool Code Changes

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1. 2009 – 2010 Florida Swimming Pool Code Changes Comprehensive Controversial Costly

2. Virginia Graeme Baker / Safety Related Collector tanks required on all pools and spas Wading (kiddie) pools by 7/1/10 Pre-1977 spas by 7/1/10 1978-1986 spas by 7/1/11 1987 – present spas by 7/1/12 Pools by 7/1/13 Per Bob Vincent, State Director, NOT a modification – grandfathered exemptions remain valid (step tile, sanitization systems, etc).

3. Collector Tank Issues Modification / Engineering Plan and fees All prior unapproved modifications must be corrected Locating collector tanks Plumbing / drain changes Therapy pumps and air blowers CPC Contractor’s license required Costly

4. Virginia Graeme Baker / Safety-Related Install safety covers on spa equalizer lines-now Install lockable fence around external equipment (heaters, filters) 5/24/10 Vakpak / Compac equipment must be locked 5/24/10 Alarms on spas with emergency shut-offs-now New rules signs for water features (don’t drink the water, don’t enter water if you are sick)

5. Florida Sanitization Rules Cyanuric Acid (stabilizer, conditioner) less than 40 ppm in spas; less than 100 in pools with a target of less than 70. Comprehensive Follow CDC guidelines on FE – if conditioner more than 50 ppm, close the pool for 24 hrs after 50 ppm is achieved. Controversial No isocyanuric sanitizer after 6/1/2011 – no more dry chlorine; bromine or liquid only. As written this is subject to interpretation – some counties may require transition to ORP-automated systems instead of erosion. Costly

6. Information Resources Florida Administrative Code Ch. 64E Section 9 County Department of Health / Environmental Health Section / Head of Engineering Prestige Pool Care / John DaQuila Blue Ribbon Group – Blue Ribbon Pool Care / Maurice Bushroe

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