Minggu, 04 Agustus 2013

S.R. Smith 68-209-58662 Frontier II Jump White Stand with 6-Foot Frontier II Diving Board, White

S.R. Smith 68-209-58662 Frontier II Jump White Stand with 6-Foot Frontier II Diving Board, White


FEATURES:
  • Board and stand combination
  • High-strength steel is powder coated for long product life
  • Board has a matching, SureFoot non-slip tread for maximum safety
  • Contains the diving board, stand, and all necessary hardware required for installation.
  • S.R.Smith has been the leading diving board manufacturer for over 75 years


S.R. Smith's Frontier II diving board and accompanying jump stand combination adds big jumping fun to your backyard adventures. Intended for light to moderate use on a residential pool, the Frontier II board is built to last, with a durable acrylic outer surface that resists scratching and fading and a powder-coated steel base. S.R. Smith diving boards have been thrilling kids for more than 80 years (view larger). Parents will love the high-grade, slip-resistant sand tread, which keeps kids and adults alike from missteps as they approach their dives. As a bonus, the board and stand come with an instructional diving video to ensure maximum diving safety. The Frontier II diving board comes in three colors—white, taupe, and white with a taupe stand—in your choice of 8-foot or 6-foot lengths. All Frontier II boards carry a weight limit of 250 pounds. Key Features and Reminders High-grade, slip-resistant tread Scratch- and fade-resistant acrylic outer surface Powder-coated steel base Supports up to 250 pounds Contact a pool industry professional for installation assistance Make sure minimum in-ground residential swimming pool requirements are met SR Smith Residential Board and Stand Selector Chart StandsBoards Cantilever
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ANSI/APSP/ICC-5 2011 Standard for Residential In-Ground Swimming Pools It is important to ensure that the stand and board meet the minimum specifications for in-ground residential swimming pools. View larger Table 1: Minimum diving water envelope for swimming pools designated types I-V Pool types Minimum depths at point Minimum widths at point Minimum lengths between points A B C D A B C DWA AB BC CDDEWE 0 Manufactured diving equipment is prohibited 1 6' 0" 7' 6" 5' 0" 2' 9" 10' 0" 12' 0" 10' 0" 8' 0"1' 6" 7' 0" 7' 6" Varies6' 0"28' 9" 2 6' 0" 7' 6" 5' 0" 2' 9" 12' 0" 15' 0" 12' 0" 8' 0"1' 6" 7' 0" 7' 6" Varies6' 0"28' 9" 3 6' 10" 8' 0" 5' 0" 2' 9" 12' 0" 15' 0" 12' 0" 8' 0"2' 0" 7' 6" 9' 0" Varies6' 0"31' 3" 4 7' 8" 8' 6" 5' 0" 2' 9" 15' 0" 18' 0" 15' 0" 9' 0"2' 6" 8' 0" 10' 6" Varies6' 0"33' 9" 5 8' 6" 9' 0" 5' 0" 2' 9" 15' 0" 18' 0" 15' 0" 9' 0"3' 0" 9' 0" 12' 0" Varies6' 0"36' 9" Notes
1. Minimum length between points CD may vary based upon water depth at point D and the slope between points C and D
2. Drawings are not to scale
3. Negative construction tolerances (see para. 5.1.1) shall not be applied to any of the dimensions shown in the Minimum Water Envelopes given in Table 1
4. Pool types designate minimum water envelope sizes as specified by the diving board manufacturers Table 2: S.R. Smith Residential Pool Specifications Pool types Max diving board length Max height over water Cross sectional dimensions at point A Cross sectional dimensions at point B DBL** HOW** F G H J K LM N 0 Diving equipment is prohibited I 6' DB/6' JB 20" 2' 9" 5' 0" 4' 0" 7' 2-1/2" 7' 6"6' 0" 3' 9" 2' 1-1/2" II 8' DB/6' JB 20" 2' 9" 3' 10" 4' 2" 7' 2-1/2" 7' 6"6' 8" 3' 9" 2' 1-1/2" III 10' DB/8' JB 26" 2' 9" 4' 4-3/4" 4' 4-1/2" 7' 5-1/2" 8' 0"6' 7" 3' 11-1/2" 1' 7-1/2" IV 10' DB/8' JB 30" 2' 9" 5' 10-1/2" 3' 10" 7' 8" 8' 6"8' 3" 5' 7" 2' 7" V 12' DB/8' JB 40" 2' 9" 6' 2" 3' 11-1/2" 7' 9-1/2" 9' 0"8' 1-1/2" 5' 9" 2' 1" Notes
1. Abbreviations: DBL=diving board length, DB=diving board, JB=jump board, HOW=height over water
2. Important: The walls of a Type I pool, when defining the maximum diving water envelope, shall be plumb
3. All dimensions are minimum, except where noted as maximum
4. One half (1/2) the width shown at each point shall be available on each side of the diving equipment centerline
5. Minimum water depth under tip of diving board (point A) is important to maintain.

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