By Kriss Garcia and Reinhard Kauffmann
Using fans to bring a fire under control is effective and safe when employed correctly in structures that lend themselves to such a tactic. Learn when, where, and how to deploy a positive-pressure attack.
- Understand the difference between positive-pressure attack (PPA) and positive-pressure ventilation (PPV).
- Know the conditions in which fans should not be used.
- Know when the Diagnostic Barometer of Interior Conditions indicates that the fire situation is conducive to PPA.
- Know to what the three “E”s in the “Big Threee” refer.
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