Halpin, Ted
December 2003
Fire Chief;Dec2003, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p52
Trade Publication
Discusses silo types in reference to fire fighting and rescuing. Characteristics of a permit-requiring confined space; Difference of conventional silo from oxygen-limiting silo and modified silo; Ways of controlling silo fires; Factors that should be considered in removing farmers from silo fires. INSETS: VERTICAL SILO HAZARDS;NOT THE AVERAGE SILO;NEED FOR ADVICE.


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