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IAPMO - IGC 226A - DRINKING WATER FOUNTAINS WITH OR WITHOUT CHILLER OR HEATER Organization: IAPMO
Date: 2006-01-01
IAPMO IGC 226 - DRINKING WATER FOUNTAINS WITH OR WITHOUT CHILLER OR HEATER Organization: IAPMO
IAPMO - IGC 156 - WASH FOUNTAINS AND LAVATORY SYSTEMS WITH OR WITHOUT WATER CLOSETS Organization: IAPMO
Date: 2012-03-01
IAPMO IGC 156 + REDLINE - WASH FOUNTAINS AND LAVATORY SYSTEMS WITH OR WITHOUT WATER CLOSETS Organization: IAPMO
IAPMO IGC 156 - WASH FOUNTAINS AND LAVATORY SYSTEMS WITH OR WITHOUT WATER CLOSETS Organization: IAPMO
VDE 0100-702 - LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS - PART 7-702: REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL INSTALLATIONS OR LOCATIONS - BASINS OF SWIMMING POOLS, OTHER WATER BASINS AND FOUNTAINS Organization: VDE
Date: 2012-03-01
NACE SP0214 - INSPECTION, CLEANING, AND REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGY FOR WATER PIPING IN BUILDINGS - ITEM NO. 21176 Organization: NACE
Date: 2014-06-26
Description: GROUP I: The predominant water-usage systems in most buildings consisting of potable water (hot and cold); steam and condensate systems; and waters for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) (open and closed systems) GROUP II: Waste water—sewage and drainage GROUP III: Higher quality waters—preconditioning systems and boilers GROUP IV: Fire-protection systems—wet, dry, foam, and other systems GROUP V: Architectural systems—fountains, waterfalls, and other displays Group I: Highest Water-Usage Systems in Buildings  The Group I piping systems include the potable-water system and building systems that are major users of potable water.
NPFC - COE EM 200-1-13 - MINIMIZING THE RISK OF LEGIONELLOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH BUILDING WATER SYSTEMS ON ARMY INSTALLATIONS Organization: NPFC
Date: 2016-09-30
Description: Heated Spas c. Architectural Fountains and Waterfall Systems d. Cooling Towers Including Fluid Coolers (Closed-Circuit cooling Towers) and Evaporative Condensers e.
SNZ - AS/NZS 3666.1 - AIR-HANDLING AND WATER SYSTEMS OF BUILDINGS—MICROBIAL CONTROL PART 1: DESIGN, INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING Organization: SNZ
Date: 2011-11-14
Description: Other sources, both known and potential, include cooling water systems for refrigeration equipment and air compressors, industrial heat exchangers when opened for cleaning, decorative fountains, spa pools, spray irrigation systems, and industrial water-based cutting fluid systems.
ASTM D4551 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR POLY(VINYL CHLORIDE) (PVC) PLASTIC FLEXIBLE CONCEALED WATER-CONTAINMENT MEMBRANE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: This specification covers poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) flexible sheeting which is used without mastic, bedding, or coating for construction of concealed water-containmentmembranes in applications where there is potential for costly secondary damage from water leakage and very long-term reliable performance is essential. Examples are fountains, pools, planters, shower and safe pans, tile tubs, or similar wet installations where the membrane is inaccessible once the construction is complete.
DSF/EN 60598-2-18/FPRA1 - LUMINAIRES - PART 2: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS - SECTION 18: LUMINAIRES FOR SWIMMING POOLS AND SIMILAR APPLICATIONS Organization: DS
Description: Specifies requirements for fixed luminaires intended for use in water, or in contact with water, for examples in swimming pools, fountains, paddling pools, and garden pools, and for use with tungsten filament lamps.
DSF/EN 60598-2-18/FPRA1 - LUMINAIRES -- PART 2: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS -- SECTION 18: LUMINAIRES FOR SWIMMING POOLS AND SIMILAR APPLICATIONS Organization: DS
Description: Specifies requirements for fixed luminaires intended for use in water, or in contact with water, for example in swimming pools, fountains, paddling pools, and garden pools, and for use with tungsten filament lamps.
ASTM F2666 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR ABOVEGROUND PORTABLE POOLS FOR RESIDENTIAL USE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-06-15
Description:   This specification does not cover public pools, pools used in commercial amusement parks, water fountains, water displays, or fish ponds. 1.6 The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as standard.
TSE - TS 8707 - LUMINAIRES FOR SWIMMING POOLS AND SIMILAR APPLICATIONS Organization: TSE
Date: 1993-11-23
Description: This standard covers fixed luminaires intended for use in the water or in the contact with the water, in for example, the basins of swimming pools, fountains and paddling pools, and for use with tungsten filament lamps on supply voltages 12 V.
ASME A112.19.2M - VITREOUS CHINA PLUMBING FIXTURES - SUPPLEMENT 1 - JUNE 2000 Organization: ASME
Date: 1998-11-25
Description: Fixtures referenced in this Standard include water closets, lavatories, urinals, bidets, service sinks, drinking fountains, and institutional application fixtures.
ASHRAE GUIDELINE 12 SP - MINIMIZACIÓN DEL RIESGO DE LEGIONELLOSIS ASOCIADO A LOS SISTEMAS DE AGUA DE LOS EDIFICIOS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2000-02-10
Description: This guideline is intended for use with nonresidential building systems (including but not limited to hotels, office buildings, hospitals and other health care facilities, assisted living facilities, schools and universities, commercial buildings, industrial buildings, etc.) and centralized systems in multifamily residential buildings (including but not limited to central heating/cooling systems, central domestic water systems, common area fountains, etc.). While not specifically intended for noncentralized or single-family residential building systems, some of the information may be useful for these systems.
SAE R-188 - THE ROMANCE OF ENGINES - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: SAE
Date: 1997-05-01
Description: Foreword to the Revised Edition The magnificent and splendid Versailles Palace built by King Louis XIV served as the source of inspiration for Christiaan Huygen's idea of an engine. To provide water for a mile-long canal, numerous water fountains, and diverse kinds of trees, shrubs, and bushes that were within the palace garden, a tremendous volume of water had to be drawn from the Seine River every day and transported to the palace grounds.
CENELEC - EN 60598-2-18 - LUMINAIRES PART 2: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS SECTION 18: LUMINAIRES FOR SWIMMING POOLS AND SIMILAR APPLICATIONS - INCORPORATING CORRIGENDUM MAY 1996; INCORPORATES AMENDMENT A1: 2012 Organization: CENELEC
Date: 1994-06-01
Description: This section of Part 2 of IEC 598 specifies requirements for fixed luminaires intended for use in the water, or in contact with the water, in, for example, the basins of swimming pools, fountains, paddling pools, and garden pools, and for use with tungsten filament lamps.
ASME A112.19.9M - NON-VITREOUS CERAMIC PLUMBING FIXTURES - SUPPLEMENT 1: 2002 Organization: ASME
Date: 1991-08-30
Description: Fixtures included in this Standard are water closet tanks, lavatories, urinals without integral trap, bidets, bathtubs, shower receptors, kitchen and bar sinks, service sinks, and drinking fountains. The values stated in U.S. Customary units are to be regarded as the standard.
UL 676 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY UNDERWATER LUMINAIRES AND SUBMERSIBLE JUNCTION BOXES - NINTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-08-10
Description:   A wet-niche luminaire as covered by these requirements is one intended for installation in a metal luminaire housing (forming shell) mounted in or on the wall of a swimming pool or fountain where the luminaire will be surrounded by water. The luminaire is supplied by a flexible cord of sufficient length to permit the luminaire to be removed from the niche and lifted to the deck for servicing.

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