When manufacturers apply for a new ICC-SRCC certification, they provide basic information needed to get the process started. But once we get underway, we will need more detailed information about your product to confirm that it complies with standards and to generate performance ratings (if applicable). The information needed varies depending on the certification being […]
Yes, there is an annual fee required in order to renew system certifications. If changes are made to the certification, they may result in Editorial or Technical Modification changes. Inspection and self- assessment fees will also incurred during the period of certification. A Qualifying Inspection of factory facilities is required within one year of the […]
ICC-SRCC requires OG-400 certified products to be identified using the OG-400 certification mark shown below. Specific usage of the mark is established in the ICC-SRCC Rules for Certificate and Mark Use. The SRCC 400 standard also requires that systems must have an attached label explaining how the system is protected from freezing in Section 302.12.3.3.
No. A current ICC-SRCC OG-100 certification issued by ICC-SRCC is required for all collectors used in systems submitted for OG-400 certification.
ICC-SRCC’s OG-400 certification program refers to the requirements, policies and procedures associated with the ICC-SRCC certification program and are specific to ICC-SRCC. ICC-SRCC Standard 400 is a generic standard for these systems that is produced by ICC-SRCC but does not require certification to be conducted by ICC-SRCC. The current version of Standard 400 is known […]
Because of the wide variety of pool and spa sizes and configurations, the OG-400 program certifies families of system designs. This means that the certification addresses a general configuration of collectors, type (direct or indirect), pool/spa tie-in, and components. There may be variations within the size of the system within a given certification. But, all […]
The first step is to confirm that your system(s) uses an ICC-SRCC OG-100 certified collector. You can check that at the ICC-SRCC website. CLICK HERE FOR THE OG-100 DIRECTORY The next step is to complete and submit an application. CLICK HERE TO APPLY ICC-SRCC staff will then follow up directly with next steps and other […]
No. Standard 400 does not specify performance ratings, and the wide variety of pool designs, system variables and local considerations would make any generalized performance ratings impractical. The only purpose of the certification is to confirm that the system complies with the requirements of the ICC 902/APSP 902/SRCC 400 standard.
Yes, code officials commonly accept ICC-SRCC certification as proof of compliance with solar thermal standards and relevant codes. As a member of the International Code Council Family of Companies, ICC-SRCC is backed by the largest association of building officials in the country. Code officials throughout North America know and trust the ICC and SRCC names. […]
CODE COMPLIANCE. Model swimming pool codes require installed systems to comply with ICC-SRCC Standard 400 (the standard that provides the technical basis of the OG-400 program). Therefore, by certifying your system to OG-400, you are demonstrating compliance with ICC-SRCC Standard 400 and meeting these codes. An examples is the 2021 International Swimming Pool & Spa […]