Meetings first Tuesday each month. Lunch 11:00 a.m, meeting 11:30 a.m. CEUs issued. Santa Ana Elks Lodge, 212 S. Elk Ln., Santa Ana, CA
September 5, 2017
First Tuesday of every month
Santa Ana Elks Lodge
212 S. Elk Ln.
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Google Map (click here)
Time: 11:30 am
Cost to Attend:
Member Cost: Only $20.00
Non-Member Cost: $25.00
Join at the Meeting! Cost of membership recovered in about 1 year.
Includes a nice lunch!
(special dietary requests accepted up to 7 days before event)
Doing the NEC High Dive Pools, Spas & Fountains
(based on the 2014 CEC)
“A person immersed in a pool and is dripping wet has a large amount of low-impedance exposed skin. Lying or walking on a concrete deck, they are extremely vulnerable to any differences in electrical potential. All indoor pools, in-ground pools, and above-ground pools with depths greater than 42 inches require equipotential bonding.”
Which of these pool parts DO NOT require equipotential bonding?
- Conductive Pool Shells
- Perimeter Surfaces
- Metallic Components
- Underwater Lighting
- Metal Fittings
- Electrical Equipment
- Fixed Metal Parts
- Pool Water
If you got the WRONG answer before you looked it up – you need this class!
If you thought about changing your answer AFTER you looked it up – you need this class!
If you got the right answer and THEN looked it up – you need this class!
If you tried to look it up and gave up before you found the answer – you need this class!
If you are still reading this message – you WANT this class!
There are significant changes to Article 680. Some rules are a LOT DIFFERENT than they were. We’ll cover them all.
Freebies will be made available at this class!
→ A very useful inspection handout
→ Pools eBook from Mike Holt
Bring your Code questions and a guest to the meeting.
Scott will enjoy the question and your guest will enjoy the meeting.
You might feel the same way!
Bring questions! Bring opinions! Bring somebody!
Yes, CEUs for this event!!