Spray Parks are a very big upcoming attraction. They have many features and includes LED lighted nozzles. I just backed out of wiring one, because I could not get the mayor and the construction manager on board with clearances per Art 110.26 We have been arguing over compliance with the NEC. In the first meeting with the mayor, I walked him the potential of stray voltage. This system is manufactured by Rain Deck. It is powered by two 2 hp and one 3 hp electric motors. My line of thinking is electric motors operating and mist water is an avenue for stray voltage. Preventing stray voltage in spray parks is the focus of my attention. Today I spoke with the Planning Director of Overland Park Kansas because their safety committee shut the park down. They had requested additional measures to be taken. The measure they used an additional bonding loop out into the pad. The focus was the LED lighted water nozzles. The LEDs are low voltage. Water flow is controlled by solenoids and an ECM module. After the correction was made and have reopened and open back up this season. We know that compliance with the NEC code will reduce the possibility of stray voltage. As you can see stray voltage can arise in many locations. Anybody any ideas or success stories on this to add to the thread.