Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue Safety Stand Down: Intro to Fire Suppression Systems

Bill Gustin addresses Miami-Dade firefighters

In June, Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue (MDFR) hosted Safety Stand Down classes that included a course on fire suppression systems. A contractor, Sprinklermatic, plumbed a trailer-mounted diesel-driven fire pump assembly (controller, jockey pump, etc.) into the standpipe of the MDFR training tower.

ALSO: Part 2: Fire Pumps and Fire Trucks | Part 3: FDCs and PRVs | Part 4: Floor Control Valvies and Sprinkler Heads

In this four-part video series, viewers can learn more about training on fire pumps, FDCs, sprinklers, and standpipes. Watch part one below and stay tuned for the others in the days to come.

RELATED TRAINING: Fireground Operations Using Fire Department Connections (FDC)Training Minutes: Overcoming Standpipe Problems | Bill Gustin on Standpipe Operations: Q & A | Standpipe Operations: Preparation

 

WATCH Part 2: Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue Safety Stand Down: Fire Pumps and Fire Trucks

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