In this video, Chris Martin briefly reviews some simple steps that you can take to inspect and maintain your nozzles, along with your appliances. Proper preparation begins by ensuring that they are in good working order.
Chris has been in the fire service for 20 years and is a certified Indiana State Fire Instructor II/III. He worked as a student firefighter at the University of Notre Dame, where he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration Degree, majoring in Marketing.
He holds the rank as Engineer and serves as a Field Training Officer with the Clay Fire Territory in South Bend, Indiana where he has worked positions from firefighter up to Captain.
Chris has worked for Elkhart Brass since 2000, functioning in Regional Sales Manager positions both domestically and internationally.
Currently he is the Municipal Product Manager. In this role he focuses exclusively on new product development, technical training, and extensive interaction with end users and distribution to ensure that the voice of the customer is heard and understood.View All Videos
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