Dave McGrail goes over in detail the Denver hose pack, a popular option for packing standpipe hose bundles.
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Learn how to deploy the New York Fold in a standpipe equipped building in this episode from Ray McCormack.
In this episode Ray McCormack reviews the New York Standpipe fold, a common hose pack used for deploying hose in standpipe equipped buildings.
Dave McGrail discusses the implications of using automatic nozzles for standpipe operations.
In this episode Dave McGrail goes into detail of what NFPA 14 (Standard for the Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems) pre-93 and post-93 means in regard to expected outlet pressures and how those pressures can affect target fire flows comparing 1-3/4” and 2-1/2” hose.
There are times when hooking to a Fire Department Connection on a standpipe equipped building you may run into trouble trying to make the hook up
A well equipped standpipe bag is a necessary piece of equipment for fighting a fire in a standpipe equipped building, and what you carry in it is critical.
When your fire building involves a standpipe system there should be a big question mark in your mind if the best strategy and tactic is to utilize it or stretch from the pumper.
The URFA Field Adjustable Pressure Reducing Standpipe Valve is the only Field Adjustable Pressure Reducing Valve designed with the firefighter in mind.
There are four main type of standpipe valve outlets and in this episode Dave McGrail and Chris Martin review design features as well as operational considerations that firefighters should be aware of relating to them.