Brian Brush takes us from the playpipe with an ISO stack, onto the INDY Stack, and then to the 1-3/16″ tip. He reviews how improvements in design and changes in today’s modern fire environment have contributed to the evolution of the 2-1/2″ smooth bore tip.
Brian Brush is a Firefighter in Edmond, Oklahoma. With 20 years in the fire service from rural volunteer to metro sized departments Brian brings a wide scope of experience to his program ensuring it will apply to all.
Brian is a FDIC instructor, writes for Fire Engineering and provides training Nationally through Fire By Trade.View All Videos
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