1 New England Municipal Building Officials Preventing Drowning and Suction Entrapment through Code Compliance
2 2009 International Family of Codes Swimming Pools and Spas 2009 International Building Code 2009 International Residential Code 2009 International Existing Building Code 2009 International Mechanical Code 2009 International Plumbing Code 2009 International Energy Conservation Code 2009 International Fire Code 2008 National Electrical Code (NFPA-70)
3 Connecticut Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont 3
4 Connecticut State Building Code 2005 Connecticut Supplement which includes the 2009 Amendment (effective August 1, 2009) to the 2005 State Building Code 2003 International Building Code 2003 International Residential Code 2003 International Existing Building Code 2003 International Mechanical Code 2003 International Plumbing Code 2006 International Energy Conservation Code (adopted with changes-effective August 1, 2009) ICC/ANSI A Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities 2005 National Electrical Code (NFPA-70)
5 CT - continued Still in old 2003 language regarding suction entrapment State is in process of code revision Added section on closing pool if drain cover missing, broken or loose 36 drain separation is measured from inside cover to inside cover instead of centers 5
6 October amends the 2009 which amended the 2005 State Building Code What does that mean!!!! 6
7 CT State Building Code 2013 Amendment to 2005 Supplement 2003 International Building Code 2009 International Residential Code 2003 International Mechanical Code 2003 International Plumbing Code 2009 International Energy Conservation Code 2011 National Electrical Code (NFPA-70) 7
8 Maine MUBEC Adopted Building Code December 1, I-Code Family, but have not adopted any of the IRC Appendices, including G IBC Swimming Pools 3109, which references the ANSI/APSP-7 Standard State statutes says they must comply with VGB, Title 22, paragraph
9 Massachusetts Office of Public Safety and Security August 2010, 8 th edition of Building Code with separate amendments 2009 IBC and IRC Uses the I-Codes and then amendments can be downloaded off the web site 9
10 New Hampshire Department of Safety April 1, I - Codes with amendments 10
11 Rhode Island Department of State, Secretary of State, Rhode Island State Building and Fire Code Regulations 11 Building Code Standards Committee, in accordance with the rule making authority of Title 23 Health and Safety, Chapter of State Building Code, adopted the provisions of the International Code Council family of codes, 2009 edition, effective July 1, 2010.
12 Vermont Follows 2012 I-code language Local jurisdictions have authority on swimming pool and spa construction 2012 I-Codes for Pools and Spas are the same as 2009 I-Codes 12
13 2009 International Family of Codes 2009 International Building Code 2009 International Residential Code 2009 International Existing Building Code 2009 International Mechanical Code 2009 International Plumbing Code 2009 International Energy Conservation Code 2009 International Fire Code 2008 National Electrical Code (NFPA-70)
14 Section Swimming Pool Enclosures and Safety Devices General Definitions Public swimming pools Residential swimming pools Entrapment Protection
15 Definitions Swimming pools: Use: Swimming, recreational bathing and wading Water depth: Over 24" Includes: In-ground, above-ground, on-ground pools, hot tubs, spas and fixed in place wading pools
16 Public Swimming Pools Public swimming pools shall be. - Completely enclosed by fence or screen 4 feet high (health = 5ft) - 4 sphere can not pass through - Gates must be self-closing and self latching
17 Residential Swimming Pool The wording is exactly the same as the IRC, Appendix G. We will discuss in that section. Point of interest some other states do not adopt Appendices, but follow the IBC barrier language Slightly longer explanation on non-pedestrian gates in IBC
18 Entrapment Avoidance Suction outlets shall be designed and installed in accordance with ANSI/APSP-7. Review of standard presented in Residential section
19 Entrapment Avoidance ANSI/APSP Standard for Suction Entrapment Avoidance in Swimming Pools, Wading Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, and Catch Basins VGB requirements and the ANSI/APSP-7 standard are consistent in their suction entrapment prevention requirements
20 2009 International Residential Code Appendix G - Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs Barrier section of 3109 matches the barrier section of Appendix G
21 Appendix G - Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs AG General AG Definitions AG Swimming Pools AG Spas and Hot Tubs AG Barrier Requirements AG Entrapment Protection for Swimming Pool and Spa Suction Outlets AG Abbreviations AG Standards
22 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG101 General Design & construction on the lot of 1 & 2- family dwellings
23 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG101.2 Pools in Flood Hazard Areas AG Designated floodways - Documentation must be submitted which demonstrates construction will not increase flood elevation 24 AG Pools located where floodways have not been designated. Must provide a floodway analysis..will not increase flood elevation more than 1 foot.
24 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG 102 Definitions Swimming Pool: Any structure intended for swimming or recreational bathing that contains water over 24 inches deep. This includes in-ground, aboveground, and on-ground swimming pools, hot tubs and spas.
25 26 24 inches??
26 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG 103 Swimming Pools In-ground pools to be designed and constructed in conformance with ANSI/NSPI-5 as listed in AG 108 (Standard for Residential In-ground Swimming Pools) 27
27 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG103 Swimming Pools AG In-ground Pools Designed and constructed in conformance with ANSI/NSPI-5 (Standard for Residential In-Ground Swimming Pools)
28 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG103 Swimming Pools AG Above-Ground and On-Ground Pools shall be designed and constructed in conformance with ANSI/NSPI-4. (Standard for Aboveground/On-ground Residential Pools)
29 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG103 Swimming Pools AG Pools in Flood Hazard Areas. In flood hazard areas established by Table R301.2(1), pools in coastal high hazard areas shall be designed and constructed in conformance with ASCE 24
30 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG104 - Spas and Hot Tubs AG104.1 Permanently installed spas and hot tubs Designed and constructed in conformance with ANSI/NSPI-3 (Standard for Permanently Installed Residential Spas
31 2009 IRC Appendix G AG104.2 Portable spas and hot tubs Designed and constructed in conformance with ANSI/NSPI-6 (Standard for Residential Portable Spas) 32
32 Portable Spas and Tubs Important to remember that these are in a category of their own. They are seen more as an appliance and do not have the same requirements as swimming pools. Circulation and suction outlets are engineered by manufacturer. Circulation and suction outlets are engineered by manufacturer in accordance with UL 1563 Section 36 (suction openings).
33 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG105 - Barrier Requirements AG105.1 Application. Controls design to protect against drowning by restricting access.
34 Barriers Required to Prevent Access 35
35 Barrier Requirements AG 105 AG105.2 Outdoor swimming pool In-ground, above ground, on ground Swimming pool, hot tub or spa Must comply with the following 10 items:
36 Barrier Requirements AG Height: 48" min. from outside 2" max. opening at bottom (4" above ground) 2. Openings: 4" sphere 3. Solid barriers: No indentations or protrusions 37
37 Barrier Requirements AG
38 Barrier Requirements-AG
39 Barrier Requirements-AG
40 Barrier Requirements AG No protrusions 41
41 Barrier Requirements AG Horizontal & vertical members where horizontal members less that 45" apart (top to top): Horizontal members on pool side 1-3/4" max. between vertical members Decorative cutouts in vert. members, 1-3/4" max. openings
42 Barrier Requirements AG
43 2009 IRC - Appendix G 5. Horizontal & vertical members where horizontal members 45" or more apart: 4" max. between vertical members Decorative cutouts in vert. members, 1-3/4" max. openings
44 Barrier Requirements AG
45 Barrier Requirements AG Chain link dimensions Mesh size 2-1/4" square max. Slats fastened at top or bottom, reduce to 1-3/4 Doesn t agree with VGB 1406 Model Code language which states 1-3/4 mesh size
46 Barrier Requirements 7. Diagonal members: 1-3/4" maximum openings
47 Barrier Requirements 8. Access gates: Comply with 1-7 Accommodate a locking device Open outward Self-closing, Self-latching Other gates self-latching Release mechanism less than 54" high: Pool side, at least 3" below top of gate, & No opening greater than 1/2" within 18"
48 Barrier Requirements 8.
49 Barrier Requirements 9. Dwelling wall part of barrier Meeting one of the following: 9.1 Powered safety cover per ASTM F Doors accessing pool shall be equipped audible warning when door &/or screen are opened 9.3 Other means of protection acceptable of protection not less than 9.1 or 9.2
50 Barrier Requirements 9.
51 Power Safety Cover
52 9.2 Alarm Doors Accessing Pools Alarm must meet UL sec response Auto reset Manual deactivation for single opening Deactivation switch min. 54" high We are seeing imported products claiming to meet standard, but fall short 53
53 Barrier Requirements 10. Above-ground structure is used as barrier or mounted on structure the ladder or steps shall be surrounded by a barrier which meets 105.2, Items 1-9
54 Barrier Requirements
55 56 Pool is under 48 inches
56 Barrier Requirements AG 105 AG Indoor Swimming Pools Walls surrounding an indoor pool shall comply with AG 105.2, Item 9 (wall of dwelling serves as barrier)
57 Barrier Requirements AG 105 AG105.4 Prohibited locations Pool barriers cannot be climbable from other structures, equipment or objects
58 Barrier Requirements AG Barrier Exceptions. Spas and hot tubs with safety cover which complies with ASTM F
59 CT - AG Temporary Enclosure Must be in place prior to electrical inspection of any inground pool Min. 48" high 4" sphere rule Openings with a positive latching device
60 61 Improper Temporary Barrier
61 CT - AG Pool Alarm Be on building permit and for substantial alteration One or more families - residence Must be installed with pool 50 db alarm when 15 lbs or more enters pool Exempt: Hot tubs & portable spas
63 2009 IRC - Appendix G AG106 Entrapment Protection for Swimming Pool and Spa Suction Outlets AG106.1 General. Suction outlets shall be designed and installed in accordance with ANSI/APSP-7. (2006)
64 AG 106 Entrapment Avoidance Suction outlets shall be designed and installed in accordance with ANSI/APSP-7.
65 ANSI/APSP-7 Table of Contents 1. Scope 2. Normative references (to other standards) 3. Definitions 4. General requirements for suction entrapment avoidance systems and components 5. New construction 6. Existing pools and spas 7. Vacuum release systems
66 Section 1. Scope 1.1 General. This standard covers design and performance criteria for circulation systems including components, devices, and related technology installed to protect against entrapment hazards in residential and public swimming pools, wading pools, spas, hot tubs, and catch basins, hereinafter referred to as pools and spas.
67 Section 1.2 Alternative Methods The provisions of this standard are not intended to prevent the use of any alternative material, system, or method of construction, provided any such alternative meets the intent and requirements of this standard and is approved by the authority having jurisdiction.
68 Section 1.3 Exception Commercial water parks and their associated suction systems are outside the scope of the standard.
69 Section 4. General Requirements 4.1 Codes 4.2 Electrical components 4.3 DANGER 4.4 Water velocity 4.5 Listed suction outlets ASME/ANSI A Minimum flow rating for each cover/grate 4.7 Dual cover/grate separation 4.8 Skimmers 4.9 Wall vacuum fittings
70 Section 4.4 Water Velocity Branch Piping
71 Section 4. General Requirements 4.1 Codes 4.2 Electrical components 4.3 DANGER 4.4 Water velocity 4.5 Listed suction outlets ASME/ANSI A Minimum flow rating for each cover/grate 4.7 Dual cover/grate separation 4.8 Skimmers 4.9 Wall vacuum fittings
72 Section 4.5 Listed Suction Outlets Must comply with AMSE/ANSI A
73 Section 4. General Requirements 4.1 Codes 4.2 Electrical components 4.3 DANGER 4.4 Water velocity 4.5 Listed suction outlets ASME/ANSI A Minimum flow rating for each cover/grate 4.7 Dual cover/grate separation 4.8 Skimmers 4.9 Wall vacuum fittings
74 Section 4.6 Min. Flow Rating for Each Cover In dual and multiple submerged suction outlets (drains) each outlet must have the ability to handle 100% of the system s flow rate. Check maximum flow rate capacity for each cover for submerged outlets (wall and floor).
75 Section 4. General Requirements 4.1 Codes 4.2 Electrical components 4.3 DANGER 4.4 Water velocity 4.5 Listed suction outlets ASME/ANSI A Minimum flow rating for each cover/grate 4.7 Dual cover/grate separation 4.8 Skimmers 4.9 Wall vacuum fittings
76 Section 4.7 Dual Cover/Grate Separation Separated by a minimum of 3 feet (center to center) of suction pipes, or Located on two different planes (bottom/vertical wall) (separate vertical walls) Dual Outlets on Different Planes 77
77 Section 4. General Requirements 4.1 Codes 4.2 Electrical components 4.3 DANGER 4.4 Water velocity 4.5 Listed suction outlets ASME/ANSI A Minimum flow rating for each cover/grate 4.7 Dual cover/grate separation 4.8 Skimmers 4.9 Wall vacuum fittings
78 Section 4.8 Skimmers Vented to atmosphere through openings in lid, through a separate vent pipe, or incorporate an equalizer line 79
79 Section 4.8 Skimmers Section Equalizer lines, when used, shall be located on the wall with the center no more than 18 inches below the maximum operating level. Protected by a listed suction outlet cover/grate 80
80 Section 4. General Requirements 4.1 Codes 4.2 Electrical components 4.3 DANGER 4.4 Water velocity 4.5 Listed suction outlets ASME/ANSI A Minimum flow rating for each cover/grate 4.7 Dual cover/grate separation 4.8 Skimmers 4.9 Wall vacuum fittings
81 Section 4.9 Wall Vacuum Fittings When used, vacuum cleaner fitting(s) shall be located in an accessible position(s) at least 6 inches and no greater than 18 inches below the water level and the self closing, self latching fitting shall comply with IAPMO SPS 4. In addition the vacuum piping shall be equipped with a valve to remain in the closed position when not in use. 82
82 Section 5. New Construction 5.1 General 5.2 Submerged suction outlets are optional 5.3 Dual outlets Dual outlet separation 5.4 Three-or-more outlets 5.5 Single unblockable suction outlet 5.6 Single outlet swim jet system
83 Section 5. New Construction 5.7 Single outlet alternative suction system 5.8 Gravity flow systems Fully submerged gravity outlet Partially submerged gravity outlet 5.9 Outlet sumps in series 5.10 Other means. See 1.2
84 Suction Outlets (Main Drains) ICC codes and Pool and Spa Safety Act refers to main drains, but new language is submerged suction outlets
85 Section 5.2 Submerged Outlets Optional Pools without main drains Skimmers or overflow systems must provide for 100 % of required system flow
86 Section 5.3 Dual Outlets Listed outlets Tee feeding from common line between the suction outlets shall be located approximately midway between the outlets
87 Dual Outlets
88 Section 5.3 Dual Outlets
89 Section 5.3 Dual Outlets Flow rating of each cover/grate shall be at least equal to the system s maximum flow rate
90 Section 5.3 Dual Outlets Dual outlet separation Minimum of 3 feet measured from center to center of the suction pipe. Or located on separate planes. Minimum distance 3 Feet apart (pipe centerline)
91 Section 5.3 Dual Outlets Dual outlet separation Minimum of 3 foot of separation measured center to center of the suction pipes
92 Section 5.3 Dual Outlets Dual outlet separation Can be on different planes
94 Section 5.4 Three or More Outlets
95 96 Plan Drawing for Permit
96 Section 5.5 Single Unblockable Suction Outlet
97 Section 5.5 Single Unblockable Suction Outlet
98 99 Section 5.6 Single Outlet Swim Jet System
99 100 Section 5.7 Single Outlet Alternative Suction System
100 Section 5.8 Gravity Flow Systems Flow from a pool or spa to a vented reservoir may be partially or fully submerged Fully submerged gravity outlet Partially submerged gravity outlet
101 Section 5.9 Outlet Sumps in Series Must have listed suction outlet covers/ grates Between outlet and pump there shall be one of the listed options: One additional suction outlet located a min. of 18 inches from the tee in the suction line to the pump(s); or An engineered vent system (7.2); or Listed SVRS in accordance with
102 Section 7 Vacuum Release Systems NOTE: All vacuum release systems shall be tested on a single suction outlet with a listed safety cover in place. These devices/systems are not considered backup systems as there is no known suction vacuum release system that will completely protect against four of the five known hazards and presenting vacuum release systems as backup systems would promote a false sense of security among the users of these devices/systems.
103 2009 IRC Appendix G AG 107 Abbreviations (new) APSP - Association of Pool and Spa Professionals ASCE American Society of Civil Engineers 104
104 2009 IRC Appendix G AG 108 Standards (new) ANSI/APSP-7-06 Standard for Suction Entrapment Avoidance in Swimming Pools, Wading Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs and Catch Basins ASCE/SEI Flood Resistant Design and Construction 105
105 ANSI/NSPI (APSP) Standards 106
109 Supplemental Material on Swimming Pool Flow Rates and Velocity 110
110 Velocity and Rate of Flow Velocity is stated in feet per second (fps) Rate of flow is stated in gallons per minute (gpm) The quantity of water traveling through the circulation system is referred to as the gallons per minute and the speed (velocity) of the water is calculated in feet per second. 111
111 Velocity and Rate of Flow GPM is increased or decreased by horse power of pump FPS is increased or decreased by the size of the piping and/or open area water is flowing through 112
112 Velocity and Rate of Flow Recommended maximum velocity: 6 fps public pools/8 fps residential pools* 3 fps in branch piping during normal operation; 6 fps in branch suction piping when one of a pair is blocked* Do not exceed these recommended maximums Risk of suction entrapment Would erode pipe and fittings * ANSI/APSP-7 Standard for Suction Entrapment Avoidance
113 Velocity and Rate of Flow The open area of a main drain cover will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, but will be listed in the specifications for each cover. Each cover will also list the maximum gallons safely permitted through the cover 114
114 Water Velocity Branch Piping
115 Maximum System Flow Rate The maximum system flow rate shall be determined by one of the following: TDH calculation for the circulation system of each pump; or Simplified TDH calculation (see definition); or The maximum flow capacity of the new or replacement pump, which shall be limited by the criteria of the maximum velocity requirements
116 The Calculations Total dynamic head (TDH): The sum of all resistances in a complete operating system (pipe, fittings, valves, filter, heater, etc.) Simplified TDH calculation: A method of determining the maximum system flow rate using hydraulic calculations based on the lowest possible total dynamic head (TDH) for a circulation system. For example, using the shortest distance between the pool and the pump, omitting the calculations for fittings/valves, and using the best performance ratings for filters and heaters.
117 Maximum System Flow Using Maximum Pump Flow is Most Conservative 1 HP 2 HP
118 The Process for the Contractor 1) Determine the pool (spa) volume in gallons. 2) Determine the required (or desired) flow rate in gpm. 3) Size piping based on achieving the specified flow rate and velocities 4) Calculate the Resistance in the system (TDH) 5) Select pump using pump curve to deliver the specified flow rate
119 Verify velocity with plans submittal Builder specifies flow rate & pipe size with plans submittal. Chart shows pipe size required per flow rate specified. Pipe Size 6 fps (branch) 8 fps (trunk) 10 fps (return) Sch. 40 PVC GPM GPM GPM 1½ in in ½ in in in in
120 Verify Covers With Plans and/or Inspection Permit application can include the Manufacturer, make and model of the drain covers, including the flow ratings. You may require the covers to be on site at one of the inspection phases. They will have the following language embossed on them or permanently marked in a location that is visible when installed.
121 Verify Covers With Plans and/or Inspection Confirm: ASME A Flow rating X GPM appropriate, Designed for location (floor/wall) Life: X Years, and Manufacturer and Model.
122 Verify Drain Placement With Plans & Inspection Drain placement details should be shown on the permit application drawings. Field inspection; measuring for distance between suction pipe centers or observing placement on different planes. Field inspection; for field fabricated sumps, measure from top of pool shell floor to top of suction pipe.
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This chart performs two functions: It allows you to calculate the permanent pressure drop for any size Quickset or. This figure is useful mostly in the design process, for system calculations. It allows
DATA SHEET Horizontal Bladder Tanks Features UL Listed and FM Approved for use with various ANSUL proportioners and foam concentrates 175 psi (12.1 bar) maximum allowable working pressure (design pressure)
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