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    211115 Suction Screen Only (GG)Details:

    • Vita Spa Part Number: 211115 Suction Screen Only
    • Customers have purchased this screen and modified it to fit over the existing plumbing from part# 211116 which is no longer available. When modification of this screen is completed, it looks like it came from the manufacturer this way.The manufacturer just started selling just the screen after a lot of requests on our behalf.
    • If your suction screen is round and it has a screw in the center of it, then the part you need is not compliant or legal by today's standard. It has not been available since 2009. We have an individual suction screen part available. The new part is not meant to be used on your spa. It must be modified and it will work like a charm. You would need to drill a hole in the center of it for the screw to hold it in place (just like your old one) and you would need to cut the thin plastic ribs underneath the new screen, so it will fit into place. You could use dremel tool to do this.

    Why choose US?

    • Over 20 years servicing Vita Spas
    • Parts in stock Ready to ship
    • Great Customer Service and Support

    Our company prides itself with top tier customer support and 100% customer satisfaction. We service and stock everything we sell directly from our own warehouse. We are not a drop shipper and have invested thousands of dollars stocking Vita Spa Parts for the fastest order processing in the industry.

    Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act

    The Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act
    (VGBA) is a United States law named after the daughter of Nancy
    and James Baker and the granddaughter of former Secretary of State James
    Baker III
    . Graeme Baker died in a tragic incident in June 2002 when the
    suction from a spa drain entrapped her under the water. The Act was first
    introduced by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and was supported
    by the Baker family and Safe Kids Worldwide.

    Goals

    The goals of the VGBA were to enhance the safety of
    public and private pools and spas, to reduce child drownings, to reduce the
    number of suction entrapment incidents, injuries and deaths; and to educate the
    public on the importance of constant supervision of children in and around
    water.

    Federal
    Requirements

    There is a Federal requirement for public pools that
    preempts the state or local law, as of Dec. 19, 2008. and further
    regulations are in addition to it:

    Sec. 1404: Top Priority for Public Pool And Spa
    Owners/Operators
    All pool/spa drain covers
    manufactured, distributed or entered into commerce on or after December 19,
    2008 must meet ASME/ANSI A112.19.8– 2007. All public pools and spas must be
    retrofitted with covers that meet the ASME/ANSI A112.19.8– 2007 standard. All
    public pools and spas that have a single drain other than an unblockable drain
    must employ one or more additional options.

    Overall Customer Rating of 1 Reviews:
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    Dover, Delaware

    Vita Spa suction covers

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    The covers were exactly as described and fit well once modified as explained. I would use and recommend you services for future needs.