top of page
Sydney AOTF.jpg

Resources for the Float Community

Industry Standards

There are several organizations in the US that manage regulations for pools, spas, and other recreational waters. There are also a few organizations that continue to develop best practices for operating a Float Tank. Here are a few of those standards.

Graphic.png.png

Float Tank
Standards

The FTA has helped to develop Float Tank Standards - best practices to ensure quality, sanitation, and safety while operating float tanks.

nsf.png

NSF
International

NSF International is an organization that creates product safety standards and certifications. Standard language for float tanks is included in their NSF/ANSI/CAN 50 Standard for recreational water facilities, which can be purchased via the link below.

cmahc_edited.png

Model Aquatic
Health Code

The MAHC aims to continue developing a suggested code for health departments to use when regulating pools - include are regulations for floatation tanks.

Pool, Spa, & Float Regulations

As you've probably discovered by now, float centers will need to be approved and audited by a local health department agency. At this time, not all health departments have specific codes or regulations for float centers. A float center may be classified as a pool or spa, a tattoo parlor, or a hair salon.

The most effective way to find the regulations that apply to your center is to visit your city, county, or state's health department website. That said, we've done our best to find standards for many cities and counties in the US - please help us keep this up-to-date, by sending us any updated codes you find.

Alabama

No state code

Connecticut
Illinois
Missouri
New Mexico
Wisconsin
Arizona

State code not readily available

Florida
Massachusetts
Nebraska
North Carolina
Rhode Island
Vermont

No statewide regulations

Arkansas
Kansas

No statewide regulations. Look for county regulations.

Michigan
North Dakota
South Carolina
Virginia
California

Multiple local and county regulations exist. Call your local department of health for information

Kentucky
Minnesota
New Hampshire
South Dakota
Washington
Colorado
Louisiana

No known statewide regulations. Look for county regulations.

Mississippi
New Jersey
Oklahoma
Tennessee
West Virginia
bottom of page