In this firefighter training video on ventilation, Nick Papa and Pete Morotto discuss some aspects of hydraulic ventilation, including effectively ventilating with a smooth bore nozzle.
Pablo J. Boj García reviews the technique of applying water from the exterior in a structure fire and reports on test results achieved when varying the position of the nozzle and water pressure.
Most departments know how to get water from a hydrant, drafting tank, or pond, but do they know alternate ways of applying it for a faster and more efficient extinguishment?
In this firefighter training video, Forth Walton Beach (FL) Battalion Chief Shannon Stone and company discuss nozzle handling tips gleaned from real-world experience.
In this Training Minutes video, Lieutenant John Ceriello of the FDNY demonstrates the high-rise nozzle, which allows firefighters to get water on a fire in a high-rise when an external stream is not available.
The new VORTEX 2 and 2 ER (electric remote) are designed for flows up to 1,250 gpm (4,500 l/min) for water or firefighting foam solutions.
RISE has performed a series of fire tests with traditional residential sprinklers, as well as several different types of water mist nozzles and a mobile sprinkler system.
Anthony Rowett Jr. explains how there is more to the nozzle firefighter position than opening and closing the nozzle control bail.
Our roundup of recent commentaries on the Fire Engineering Training Community includes Doug Mitchell on radio training, Ricky Riley on driver training, and Benjamin Martin on micromanaging, among other subjects.
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