January 2022

30 Florida Pool Prosm • January 2022 EXPO EDUCATION Proper Inground Spa Jet Design in a Variable Speed World Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. #0613690 / 2 GEN / Build/Repair Scott Roodberger, Waterway Plastics Learn to determine correct plumbing and VS pump sizing by properly designing and calculating the hydraulics for a spa jet system for inground gunite, fiberglass or vinyl liner applications. Analyze jet demand flow rate and blueprint pump size. Review how to calculate system total head loss. Unique Aspects of Hot Water Chemistry NEW Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. #0614038 / 2 GEN / Maintenance/Cleaning Wayne Ivusich, Taylor Technologies, Inc. Discuss and explore the unique aspects of hot water chemistry and testing for spas / hot tubs. Topics include water balace, sanitation/ oxidation, treament application, testing techniques, and more. VSPs and the DOE NEW Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. #0614042 / 2 GEN / Build/Repair Rocco Russo, Fluidra Receive an explanation of pump effciency regulations and VSP benefits. The instructor will demonstrate VSP programming for effciency and turnover. Driver Screening & the Importance of MVR Policies NEW Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. #0614064 / 1 GEN / Management Sean Yakicic, Amerisure Business owners with fleets of vehicles will understand the importance of implementing and maintaining a robust driver screening process as a risk management technique. Industrial Grade VFD Alternatives NEW Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. #0614063 / 1 GEN / Build/Repair Alvaro Mendoza, Commercial Energy Specialists A brief review of Federal Pool Pump regulations, cause of VFD popularity, VFD types that will meet regulation, and single phase vs 3 phase conversion and when it is used. Learn about advanced pump controls - direct control of GPM + direct control of water level. Basic Electrical Requirements Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. #0611477 / 1 PE / Build/Repair David Pruette, David Pruette Electrical Services This course is intended to explain the rules of the National Electric Code (NEC) and Florida Building Code (FBC) as related to all aspects of electrical requirements for pools. A basic understanding of the rules, terms, and applications will be provided. Changes to the governing codes as they apply to the attendees will be discussed for Florida installations. Chapter 27 of the Florida Building Code and Chapter 680 of the National Electric Code governs the electrical portion of these installations. Maximize NOT Minimize - Selling to the Commercial Market NEW Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. #0614059 / 1 GEN / Management Rick Myers, Lo-Chlor / Team Horner Group DOH sets minimum operating parameters for public pools; but as pool/spa professionals we are responsible for setting higher standards and giving customers "the best." Learn to address complex topics regarding equipment, proper protocol for modifications and communicating them. Variable Heat Pumps - the Ultimate Heating Efficiency Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. #0613688 / 1 GEN / Build/Repair Jeff Tawney, Team Horner Group Covers variable-speed heat pump technology and the benefits and savings of using variable speed heat pumps to customers. SATURDAY A Comprehensive Understanding of Performing Leak Detection Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 9:20 a.m. #0613715 / 1 GEN / Maintenance/Cleaning Darren Merlob, LeakTronics Understand how to guarantee accuracy and precision in leak detection on pools, spas and water bearing vessels. Learn proven methods and what techniques and equipment of the past are not reliable in today’s pool market. Identify the key points that separate successful leak detection services from unsuccessful services, and why. Can I do that? Swimming Pool License Scope of Work and Limitations Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 9:20 a.m. #0613681 / 1 LR / Management Dallas Thiesen, FSPA Learn the scope of work and limitations based on the license held. Look at the differences in scope of work for all Florida swimming pool occupational licenses. Learn to identify whether or not a given task is within their authorized scope of work. Creating In-Pool Entertainment Zones Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 9:20 a.m. #0612798 / 1 GEN / Build/Repair Keith Monk, SR Smith Add more fun to your customer's swimming experience by selling and building in-pool entertainment zones. This course will focus on in-pool furniture (like swim-up bars and tables in spas/grottos), landscape slides, sun shelf add-ons and sports games (like basketball/volleyball). Examples of real world installations will be included. Key Performance Indicators for your Department Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 9:20 a.m. #0613224 / 1 GEN / Management Bill Kinnard, Grandy & Associates Learn about proper management of the demand service work in their company. Will will cover specific key performance indicators that owners and service manager should track on each of their technicians to ensure a profitable, productive team of pool service professionals.