In this video Jeff Shupe discusses the components of a fire attack system.
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Confirming proper pressure, pattern, and volume from your nozzle is an important part of initiating your fire attack.
Nozzle/Hose Whip is a term often used for erratic movement and kinking in smaller, 1.5 coupling hand lines at the nozzle position. Often referred to as a "nozzle weight" problem; hose construction and diameter inconsistencies are often the greatest variables.
Jerry Herbst discusses how "hose/nozzle" whip may surface in evaluation of attack line packages.
In this episode we are taking the RAM XD INSIDE and operating it off of a standpipe for situations where greater volumes of water, and increased reach and penetration are needed.