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Hydraulic Ventilation

Mon, 10 May 2010|

Joe Berchtold looks at fog or hydraulic ventilation, in which the engine company uses a hoseline to vent a fire room.



It. Until -- and welcome to train. -- today's segment we're gonna cover -- bank or I got mentally. I -- ventilation is probably one of the most effective means of moving smoke from a structure. You can't beat the using -- is that collided argument -- in the building and used to extinguish the fire. It is also the most effective means of removing smoke from the structure. It will also allow firefighters. The look for any heat hot spot while keeping a line readily available and accessible -- those hot -- reappear while they're performing -- mentally. -- -- -- -- -- The fact the person must constantly look around his surroundings. And make sure. That's excellent safe environment and that fire has not re -- -- re being built in any one area. If it does at this point it will then shut down their -- mentally -- go what page over all the small fire and then return the -- mentally. It must be -- to coordinate with all the companies operating on fire program. Also companies operating outside fire as a line will now be placed outside we're shooting outside the structure. This would not be good. You command both located opposite the window you're botnet. Firefighters our inside the burning -- They're inside the room that's on fire. They're now going to take the line. And walked over or roll over to the wind up. They don't play the line outside. And then going to open a line on a tight pattern. Staying low and fall back into the structure. I think for backing I don't see -- -- -- -- body that if it will then open the lines go wider spot patterns just -- it covered at of the wind up. This is the most effective means of removing -- smoke from the structure. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Firefighters continue to do it until they feel that they successfully removed most of the -- all the smoke from the -- At the -- on the back of -- we'll continue to monitor safely in receipt. You look for any heat and fire were fired every single because now the fresh -- people think that -- Iraq. If this is that our firefighters will shut down -- -- mentally and extinguish the fire an -- back spot Bentley. Bipartisan ought to be -- aware of the screen now exiting the window and where stone is there any wires outside their command -- Where the water is we don't. Once they successfully removed the vote from the -- -- environment. They'll go back with tight pattern they'll fall back up for the window and it and -- place inaugural outside the window and -- the line down. It is to prevent any excessive or unnecessary watered -- inside the truck. They've now successfully completed a successful -- that belief -- or I acknowledge that belief in. Thank you for watching training minute -- Gilbert home.

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