Introducing the G2205 Stainless Steel Spigot, featuring a three-layer composite coating with an attractive pattern. It is available in two elegant color options: Matte Black and Silver Pearl.
When is it Necessary to Use Non-Conductive Spigots?
To summarize, when dealing with concrete pools, it’s essential to bond all conductive components within a 1.25-meter radius of the pool’s edge that come into contact with the general mass of the earth. This includes the reinforcing mesh, pool steel fencing, glass fencing, and metal ladders.
For fiberglass pools, conductive fittings must be bonded within arm’s reach of the pool’s edge if either point 1 or point 2 is applicable, and if exposed conductive parts of electrical equipment are installed within the pool zones (within 3.5 meters). If the exposed electrical equipment, such as the pump motor or light fittings, is situated more than 3.5 meters from the edge of the fiberglass pool, there is no requirement to bond conductive components.