Use this comprehensive, yet simple, approach to planning for the first-arriving engine fire attack, apparatus setup, and spec. Faced with exponential fire growth, limited staffing, and rapidly changing fire conditions, all departments should be evaluating their fire stream systems from the source to the nozzle. The foundation of this concept consists of our three most common tools: the 1¾-inch attack line, the 2½-inch attack line, and the deck gun.
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Since 1918, Akron Brass has been building life-safety products with a standard of excellence that remains vital to what they do today. That commitment, that pride, has lead them from their humble beginnings in Akron, Ohio to a position as a global leader in fire & rescue.
Akron Brass is a customer-driven, manufacturer of firefighting and emergency response equipment with a core focus on handline nozzles, monitors and valves. Their extensive product portfolio means you will see Akron Brass products from bumper to bumper. The company has remained committed to moving the fire industry forward, developing innovations that increase job safety and efficiency.
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