November 2006
Fire Chief;Nov2006, Vol. 50 Issue 11, Special section p6
Trade Publication
The article presents information on several fire fighting equipment. The Rookie Sidekick LDH6 roller from fire equipment manufacturing company Deschutes River Manufacturing has been designed to manage a 6-inch large-diameter fire hose. Paraffin or candle wax should be applied on the sliding surfaces of extension ladders before putting them back on the apparatus.


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