Brian Brush explains why it is important to not get hung up on the “Spray and Pray” qualities of a nozzle stream when evaluating nozzles in a wide open space or parking lot. Instead, he discusses that streams need to be evaluated how they will be used, in an interior application. Knowing how they handle in tight quarters, air movement implications, and what reach can be expected is critical to interior stream evaluation.
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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